Hibernian have defeated Bonnyrigg Rose 4-1 to go top of their League Cup group and bring the weekend’s action to a close.
A double each for Ewan Henderson and Joe Newell was enough to get all three points back to Easter Road on Sunday.
Aiden McGeady also missed a first half penalty for the Premiership side who are now a point ahead of Falkirk who have played a game less.
Elsewhere in the competition Kilmarnock manager Derek McInnes was left frustated despite a 3-0 away win at Montrose.
Goalkeeper Zach Hemming and centre-back Ash Taylor both went off injured in Saturday’s group game.
McInnes has been without Chris Stokes, Blair Alston, Scott Robinson and Kyle Lafferty, while forward Fraser Murray was also missing at Links Park.
St Johnstone, who won the competition two seasons ago, were held to a 2-2 draw at Queen of the South with the home gaining the bonus point through a penalty shootout win.
St Mirren won 2-0 at Cowdenbeath and Livingston won 2-1 away to Cove Rangers despite going to down to ten men.
Ross County beat Dunfermline 1-0 in the Highlands to complete the Premiership interest as Dundee and Hamilton both won 3-0 away to Stranraer and Forfar.
Arbroath beat Edinburgh City 3-1 and Clyde recorded a 2-0 home win against Greenock Morton.
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