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St Mirren's Cody Cooke scores St. Mirren's first. Pic: Roddy Scott/SNS

St Mirren 3 - 2 Alloa: Ten-man hosts stage dramatic comeback win

Kyle McAllister’s timing could not have been better. Just a day after returning to St Mirren on loan, and with just three minutes remaining of a compelling, topsy-turvy Scottish Cup tie, the winger jigged in off the right touchline before unleashing a shot with such precision that it broke Alloa Athletic hearts.

St Mirren
Dunfermline's Aidan Kenna puts his side ahead at East End Park. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Dunfermline 2-2 Alloa: Pars suffer second-half collapse

This one hurt for Dunfermline – really hurt. Having put together a few decent results recently, two-nil up at half time and playing some delightful football with it, they collapsed in the face of a typically spirited comeback by Jim Goodwin’s part-timers, who snatched an equaliser right at the death through Alan Trouten.

Dunfermline
Edinburgh City's Blair Henderson. Pic: SNS

Edinburgh City 2 - 2 Alloa Athletic (Edinburgh win 4-3 on pens)

Edinburgh City’s remarkable season continues to notch up records and break new ground. Currently leading the way in League 2 just 12 months on from looking like they might be headed back to the Lowland League, they advanced to the semi-finals of a national cup competition for the first time in their history following a gutsy comeback and penalty shoot-out win over an Alloa Athletic side sitting two divisions above them.

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