Arbroath 2, Berwick Rangers 1
Albion Rovers, Arbroath and Stranraer were looking to top the Third Division last night, and by the time the final whistles blew at Cliftonhill and Galabank it was Arbroath who emerged as the top dogs as they beat Albion Rovers 2-0.
Stranraer earned revenge on bottom side Clyde for their defeat on Saturday and moved to the top of the table by defeating the Bully Wee 3-1 at Stair Park. The visitors' Ricky Waddell went close after eight minutes with a fierce left- foot shot and the home side responded with Armand One forcing John Hutchison into a fine save on 21 minutes.
Morton v Falkirk
SEVEN teams still have legitimate title claims after leaders Arbroath lost 3-2 at Elgin City
Steve Jones is looking to continue on the goal trail for Motherwell after getting off the mark in the Scottish Cup win at Stranraer. Jones scrambled home the opening goal of the fifth-round tie at Stair Park following a Steven Saunders cross in first-half stoppage time.
Motherwell manager Stuart McCall was satisfied with, if not overly enthused by, his team's work after they beat Third Division Stranraer 2-0 to move into the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
STEVE Jones and John Sutton scored late in each half to steer Motherwell past Stranraer and into the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup.
Jones 45, Sutton 82
Scottish Cup fifth round
At Stair Park, today, kick-off 3pm
PAUL Murphy went fromsinner-to-saint as Stranraer came from behind to beat Stenhousemuir in a pulsating fourth round replay at Stair Park.
Three games beat the freeze with ever improving Elgin City coming from behind to throw the title race wide open by defeating leaders Stranraer 2-1 at Borough Briggs.
STENHOUSEMUIR and Stranraer will have to replay at Stair Park to see who hosts Motherwell in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup after this goal-less tie.
A TEAM outside the Old Firm has been guaranteed a place in the final of the Scottish Cup following today's fifth round draw.