Championship and League One Cup finalists decided

Dryburgh Athletic and Rossvale have reached the Championship and League One cup final after winning their semi-finals at Kelty Hearts.

Dryburgh were 30 seconds from a penalty shootout against Ayr United after a tightly contested 120 minutes when Stacey McFadyen latched on to a ball at the corner of the box and poked it under Charlotte Ferguson in the Ayr goal to set up a third final appearance in a row.

Rossvale goal machine Megan Whiteford scored a hat-trick in a 5-2 win over Renfrew Ladies in the later game, grabbing the second final spot for the Championship leaders.

Sarah Wardlaw and Lauren Coleman also scored for the Glasgow side, with Renfrew skipper Emma Baird and Holly McIndoe scoring for Renfrew.

The two winners will face off on the 21st April at the Indodrill Stadium in Alloa.

In League One, Falkirk beat Bonnyrigg Rose 3-0 at home, while Stenhousemuir won by the same scoreline against Airdrie Ladies. In the battle of the bottom two, a last minute goal from Hunt earned bottom side Dundee West a precious point and kept them three points behind their opponents Giffnock Soccer Centre. Queen of the South beat Edinburgh Caledonia 5-0 in Dumfries.

Heart of Midlothian picked up two trophies in the Women’s Youth Scottish Cup2, their 14s besting Celtic in a penalty shootout and their 18s also beating Celtic in rearranged finals after they had been frozen off in November.

In the 16s final, Rangers ran out 3-1 winners over Celtic in extra time, after it had been 1-1 in the 90 minutes.

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