The BBC's school drama Waterloo Road has just wrapped filming at the former Greenock Academy.
Ayr United visit Cappielow. Morton are in second place, one point behind Stranraer. Ayr are in ninth place, one point behind Stenhousemuir. But in three games Ayr have defeated Morton twice, with one draw.
Morton have lost their last two starts. They have not lost three successive league matches this season, not since the dark days of February and March 2014 when they lost six in a row and were relegated.
If Morton do not finish top, they will have to win two promotion playoffs to get into the Championship, a chance of 1 in 4. It'll give me more to write about in May, but from a fan point of view it would be better if they just finish first and earn automatic promotion.
[Morton win 2 - 1, thanks to some last minute heroics from McManus and Forbes. Stranraer also win, so Morton are still one point out of first place.]
More Scottish Junior Cup quarterfinals:
Hurlford United [3 - 1] Pollok
Yoker Athletic [2 - 3] Linlithgow Rose
Celtic and Dundee United meet for the fourth time in fifteen days. March 8th they played to a draw in their Scottish Cup quarterfinal. March 15th Celtic beat the Tangerines 2 - 0 to win the League Cup. March 18th Celtic knocked United out of the Scottish Cup. Today it's a Premiership match. [Celtic win 3 - 0.]
Edinburgh City are Lowland League champions.
Yesterday UCD AFC hosted Athlone Town. Athlone won.
Tomorrow Montedio Yamagata host Kawasaki Frontale. [Montedio win 1 - 0, their first win of the season.]