Montrose boss Paul Hegarty was delighted his side avoided a Scottish Cup shock as the Gable Endies won away at Preston Athletic.
It was a case of job done for Montrose manager Stewart Petrie as his men eased their way past Stirling University and into the third round of the Scottish Cup.
Leighton McIntosh is fired up to turn the heat on Scottish League One defences after returning from a spell in the cold of Iceland.
Raith Rovers boss Barry Smith stressed that injuries were a factor after the Kirkcaldy side crashed to a third straight defeat in seven days.
Cowden ended their five-game losing run on Saturday with a point against Annan in a game they really should have won.
Gary Locke lauded the class and professionalism of Raith Rovers veteran Rudi Skacel after the Hearts legend climbed from the bench to inspire a dramatic draw against the Jambos.
Scottish football’s big guns will be in today’s Scottish Cup fourth-round draw, and Montrose will be in there with them after a fully-deserved draw with Championship side Queen of the South.
East Fife manager Darren Young praised returning skipper Kevin Smith after he inspired East Fife to a Scottish Cup third round win.
Brechin City will go into the hat for the Scottish Cup fourth round draw after a hard-fought 3-2 win against a plucky Buckie Thistle side at Victoria Park.
Forfar crashed out of the Scottish Cup at the hands of Highland League outfit Formartine United and could have little complaint.