Brian Rice praised the impact of debutant Andy Dales after Hamilton secured their place in the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Hamilton eased into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup thanks to a comfortable 5-0 win against League Two side Edinburgh City.
Hamilton striker Andrew Winter grew up watching his referee father taking abuse around stadiums in Scotland but it failed to put him off football.
Scott Martin has no qualms revealing his medal ambitions as he prepares for Hamilton’s William Hill Scottish Cup tie against Edinburgh City on Saturday.
Boss Brian Rice wants Hamilton to make a long-awaited impact in the William Hill Scottish Cup this season.
Edinburgh City missed the chance to move to the top of Ladbrokes League Two following a 2-1 defeat at home to play-off chasing Queen’s Park.
Cove Rangers left it late to maintain top place in Scottish League Two with a 2-1 win over Stenhousemuir.
Despite defeat to Edinburgh City, Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley was pleased with his players.
If Jordon Brown gets a chance in Cove Rangers’ top-of-the-table clash against Edinburgh City tomorrow he’s determined to make the most of it.
Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley says he hopes to have a few players back fit for Saturday’s trip to play rivals Edinburgh City.
Leaders Cove Rangers maintained their advantage at the top of Ladbrokes League Two with a 3-1 win at Cowdenbeath.
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes reckons his shock troops are capable of claiming another Scottish Cup scalp.
Cove Rangers’ Harry Milne wants every team to leave the Balmoral Stadium feeling like Edinburgh City this season.
Cove Rangers captain Mitch Megginson is delighted to be “in the history books”.
Cove Rangers lived up to the hype, hammering nine-man Edinburgh City 5-0 on their SPFL debut.
Cove Rangers chairman Keith Moorhouse says tomorrow will be a proud and emotional day as the club play their first Scottish League match.
Mitch Megginson does not want Cove Rangers to let the occasion affect their League 2 debut against Edinburgh City.
Cove Rangers midfielder Jamie Masson thinks Saturday’s League Two opener with Edinburgh City has the potential to be a cracker.
Jamie Masson says Cove are going into the new campaign to “compete for” the League Two title.
Cove co-manager Graeme Mathieson is delighted they will start their inaugural season in the SPFL at home.
Jason Brown is hoping he can help Peterhead to League Two glory and savour “one of the best feelings in the world”.
Co-manager Graeme Mathieson says Edinburgh City are Cove Rangers’ inspiration as they prepare to push for promotion.
It's likely Ryan Dow may leave Peterhead in the summer – and if that’s the case he’s desperate to depart with the first winners’ medal of his career.
Peterhead increased their lead at the top of League Two – but Jim McInally felt they threw away two points against Clyde.
Greg Fleming insists Peterhead’s previous promotion pain gives them extra motivation to win League Two this season.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally says “it’s a big couple of weeks coming up” in the League Two title race.
Willie Gibson insists there can be no let-up from Peterhead in pursuit of title glory.
Shane Sutherland believes Peterhead showed their squad strength against title rivals Edinburgh City.
Peterhead captain Rory McAllister has been given extra motivation to win League Two after becoming a dad for the second time.
Scott Brown wants to make it as tough as possible for Peterhead’s rivals to catch them by dumping Edinburgh City tomorrow.