Paul Hartley's Dundee beat Dumbarton 6-2 at Dens Park; review of Saturday's League Cup action.
Dunfermline have signed Kallum Higginbotham from Kilmarnock on a one-year deal.
Celtic have signed teenage forward PJ Crossan from Dunfermline on a three-year deal and sent Paul McMullan to the Pars on loan.
Dundee United begin their Scottish Championship season with a home encounter against Queen of the South on August 6.
Four players from Aberdeen and three from Dundee have been included in PFA Scotland's Premiership team of the year.
Dunfermline Athletic are the first club in British football to win their league this season after securing the Scottish League One title.
Ross County advanced in the Scottish Cup after they beat Dunfermline 1-0 in their fourth-round replay.
The draw for the fifth round of the Scottish Cup has paired Edinburgh rivals Hearts and Hibernian together.
Rabin Omar scored a brace as Annan beat Hamilton 4-1 to progress to the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
Hearts have been paired with Aberdeen in the stand-out tie of the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Motherwell fans clashed with stewards and police after watching their team crash to 3-2 defeat to Morton.
Almost 5000 fans turned up at East End Park as Legends of Dunfermline and Celtic played in a Jock Stein tribute match.
The SPFL mascot race ends in controversy with the winner being a guest entry who didn't belong to a football club!
Scottish League Cup holders Celtic will play Raith Rovers at home in the third round of the competition.
Mark Warburton's Rangers will be at home to holders Livingston in the last eight of the Petrofac Training Cup.
Rangers will continue their involvement in the Scottish League Cup with a second round trip to Airdrieonians.
Scott Allan came off the bench to score as Hibernian booked their place in the second round of the League Cup.
Rangers go to Ayr in the second round of the Petrofac Training Cup while holders Livingston visit Queen of the South.
A round up of Saturday's pre-season friendly matches involving Motherwell, Dundee, Hearts, St Mirren, Hibs and Aberdeen.
Jim Jefferies has resigned as manager of Scottish League One side Dunfermline.