It was a weather-hit Second Round weekend, with twelve ties succumbing to the freezing January temperatures. However those matches that did beat the cold weather more than entertained.

The Headlines

Friday night's match under the Hampden floodlights saw the battle of the Queens, as Queen's Park hosted Queen of the South. Goals from Willie Gibson, Aidan Fitzpatrick and Connor Shields saw the Doonhamers into Sunday's Third Round draw.

A Ryan Strachan free-kick late, late on in the game saw Paul Hartley's Cove Rangers side seal victory over his old club Alloa. It was an end-to-end encounter, which finished 3-2 to the visitors.

Tranent Juniors opened the scoring away to East Fife, before a second-half blitz of goals from the home side saw them seal their place in Sunday's draw.

Linlithgow Rose took Forfar Athletic to extra time, but the League One side proved to be too strong for The Rose, with three goals in the first period of extra time.

It was a close affair between Fraserburgh and Banks O'Dee, but strikes from Scott Barbour and Lewis Duncan saw the Broch win through.

The first evening kick-off saw Kelty Hearts face Stranraer at Stark's Park. Goals from Nathan Austin and Kallum Higginbotham saw Kelty lead at the break. Stranraer's second-half comeback culminated with Ruari Paton scoring from the spot with the last kick of the match.

In Saturday night's televised match, Dens Park played host to a dramatic encounter, as Dundee equalised in the last minute of injury time to take Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic into extra time.

Despite Bonnyrigg taking the lead again in extra time, Dundee fought back to seal a 3-2 victory and progress to the Third Round. 

Second Round Results

Queen's Park 0-3 Queen of the South
Alloa Athletic 2-3 Cove Rangers
East Fife 5-1 Tranent Juniors
Forfar Athletic 4-1 Linlithgow Rose (AET)
Fraserburgh 2-1 Banks O'Dee
Kelty Hearts 2-3 Stranraer
Dundee 3-2 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic (AET)

Postponed Fixtures

Monday, 11 January
Camelon Juniors v Brora Rangers (First Round)

Tuesday, 12 January
Arbroath v Falkirk
Buckie Thistle v Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Dumbarton v Huntly
Elgin City v Ayr United
Formartine United v Annan Athletic
Greenock Morton v Dunfermline
Keith v Clyde
Partick Thistle v Cowdenbeath
Peterhead v Stenhousemuir
Stirling Albion v Raith Rovers

Wednesday, 13 January
Nairn County v Montrose

TBC
Camelon Juniors or Brora Rangers v Heart of Midlothian

Highlights & Third Round Draw

You can watch all the goals from today's games on our Scottish Cup YouTube page from Sunday afternoon.

The draw for the Third Round takes place on Sunday morning at 11am. You can watch this on the Scottish Cup YouTube channel and Facebook page

The numbers for the draw are:

  1. Aberdeen
  2. Airdrieonians or Edinburgh City
  3. Arbroath or Falkirk
  4. Buckie Thistle or Inverness Caledonian Thistle
  5. Camelon or Brora Rangers or Heart of Midlothian
  6. Celtic
  7. Cove Rangers
  8. Dumbarton or Huntly
  9. Dundee
  10. Dundee United
  11. East Fife
  12. Elgin City or Ayr United
  13. Forfar Athletic
  14. Formartine United or Annan Athletic
  15. Fraserburgh
  16. Greenock Morton or Dunfermline Athletic
  17. Hamilton Academical
  18. Hibernian
  19. Keith or Clyde
  20. Kilmarnock
  21. Livingston
  22. Motherwell
  23. Nairn County or Montrose
  24. Partick Thistle or Cowdenbeath
  25. Peterhead or Stenhousemuir
  26. Queen of the South
  27. Rangers
  28. Ross County
  29. St Johnstone
  30. St Mirren
  31. Stirling Albion or Raith Rovers
  32. Stranraer­