St Mirren fire four goals past Dunfermline Athletic to advance through to the Scottish Challenge Cup semi-finals, while Peterhead and Queen's Park also go through.
, St Mirren and Peterhead have all advanced to the semi finals of the Scottish Challenge Cup with quarter-final wins over Queen's Park , Dunfermline Athletic and Stenhousemuir respectively. Elgin City Scottish Championship outfit St Mirren fired in three goals in the opening 45 minutes of their tie against League One side Dunfermline, adding a fourth just before full time.
The Saints went in front through
with 10 minutes gone, while Calum Gallagher and Stephen Mallan extended the lead for Scott Agnew 's side. Ian Murray
Mallan recorded a brace by firing past Pars keeper
two minutes from time, giving the Saints a 4-0 victory. Sean Murdoch
Peterhead, similarly to St Mirren, struck three times in the first half against fellow League One side Stenhousemuir to record a comfortable victory.
opened the scoring for Peterhead after 17 minutes, before both Jamie Redman and Rory McAllister struck in the final ten minutes of the opening period. Steven Noble
all-Scottish League Two affair, Queen's Park scored two first-half goals against Elgin City through and John Carter . Chris Duggan
Elgin pulled one goal back early in the second period as
breached the Queen's Park defence, but they were unable to find a leveller as they dropped out of the Cup at the quarter-final stage. Darryl McHardy
play current holders Livingston in the competition's last quarter final on October 20.
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