Brechin City will play in the Championship next season after they defeated Alloa 5-4 on penalties in the second leg of the play-off final on Saturday to win promotion to Scottish football’s second tier after an 11-year absence.
The Brechin City promotion dream simply refuses to die.
Brechin City are 180 minutes away from Championship football thanks to a "phenomenal effort" against troubled Raith Rovers.
Raith Rovers captain Jason Thomson admitted that he was ashamed by the team’s performance in the 5-0 defeat to St Mirren on Saturday.
Dunfermline sent their fans home happy as they rounded off their home campaign with a 3-1 victory over play-off bound Morton at East End Park.
Dunfermline captain Andy Geggan and manager Allan Johnston accused Falkirk substitute Myles Hippolyte of conning referee Gavin Duncan into awarding a game-changing penalty to the Bairns.
Raith Rovers midfielder Ross Matthews had plenty to celebrate on Saturday.
A second-half penalty from Kallum Higginbotham helped Dunfermline to a well-earned draw against title favourites Hibernian at a packed East End Park.
Iain Davidson is in no doubt of the magnitude of the task that faces Raith Rovers after defeat to Falkirk left them fighting for their Championship lives.
Raith Rovers captain Jason Thomson admitted the Kirkcaldy side are deeper in relegation trouble after the 1-1 draw with Queen of the South on Saturday.