Another thrilling Scottish Cup weekend comes to a conclusion, with a tremendous 50 goals scored across the 16 ties. It wasn't just action on the pitch that took place, however. Here's some of the things you might have missed over the weekend...
One of the results of the day came at the Reigart Stadium as Highland League Formartine United knocked out League Two Albion Rovers. It wasn't all doom and gloom for the home fans, however...
The temptation was clearly too much for Rovers' Gary Fisher:
The biggest win of the weekend came for Brora Rangers, as they put six past Coldstream. Despite that, Coldstream could hold their heads up high after a good run in the competition – and the longest journey of the Second Round.
Meanwhile, in Banff, the University of Stirling Ultras were out in force for their tie against Deveronvale:
The fans did not travel to Princess Royal Park in vain, as the University of Stirling made history by making the Third Round for the first ever time with a 2-1 win. And the bus back...
History was also made by BSC Glasgow, as they also reached the Third Round for the first time and won their first ever away match in the competition.
There was plenty of drama at Forthbank, as Queen's Park raced into a 2-0 lead against Stirling Albion. Following a goalmouth scramble, there was some debate as to who scored the goal for the Spiders...
It's safe to say that everyone wanted to hear from one man and one man alone: Jordan Hart. Unfortunately, the high of saving a penalty to ensure qualification for the Third Round must have made interview duties slip Jordan's mind.
QPTV 📽🗣| Unfortunately we have no player interview to bring you this week. Hero of the moment @JordanHart21 must have been on that much of a high that he forgot to appear for interview 👀🙌⚽️— Queen's Park FC (@queensparkfc) October 20, 2018
The shortest journey of the weekend was an Edinburgh Derby, as Edinburgh City took on Civil Service Strollers. How far did they travel? 1.6 miles, which as we're sure everyone knows, is the equivalent of 3,843 Scottish Cups laid end to end. Obviously. The Edinburgh City fans were out in force all over the globe:
Following the conclusion of Saturday's matches the draw for the Third Round took place at Hampden Park. With a trip back down from Deveronvale, the University of Stirling bus watched on with interest.
Home tie to Elgin in next round pic.twitter.com/70jxmLOSsI— Stirling Uni F.C (@StirlingUniFC) October 20, 2018