|L||LossiemouthLossiemouth||4-1||Newton StewartNewton Stewa||26 Sep, 2009||Scottish Cup|
|L||BroraBrora||2-1||Newton StewartNewton Stewa||4 Oct, 2008||Scottish Cup|
|D||Newton StewartNewton Stewa||1-1||BroraBrora||27 Sep, 2008||Scottish Cup|
|L||Newton StewartNewton Stewa||0-4||Linlithgow RoseLinlithgow R||29 Sep, 2007||Scottish Cup|
|Last Five Games||Date||Competition|
|L||SelkirkSelkirk||3-0||Preston AthPreston Ath||26 Sep, 2009||Scottish Cup|
|L||East StirlingshireE Stirling||4-2||Preston AthPreston Ath||26 Oct, 2008||Scottish Cup|
|W||Preston AthPreston Ath||3-1||Gala FairydeanGala Fairyde||27 Sep, 2008||Scottish Cup|
|L||Golspie SutherlandGolspie Suth||3-1||Preston AthPreston Ath||29 Sep, 2007||Scottish Cup|
|L||Brechin CityBrechin||2-1||Preston AthPreston Ath||9 Dec, 2006||Scottish Cup|
Rangers have hit out at the Scottish FA after both themselves and Hibernian escaped punishment over the Scottish Cup final pitch invasion.
Hibernian have confirmed they have issued sanctions including life bans to fans identified as being involved in the crowd trouble at the cup final.
Several Rangers players were assaulted as thousands of Hibernian fans ran onto the Hampden pitch following their dramatic 3-2 triumph.
Hibernian's 114-year wait to win the Scottish Cup is over after skipper David Gray headed in a stoppage-time winner to beat Rangers 3-2.
Rangers won through to the William Hill Scottish Cup final with a 5-4 sudden death penalty shootout victory over Celtic at a breathless Hampden Park.