CIS Cup round-up
By Peter ORourke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Rangers survived a scare before overcoming Clyde 5-2 at Ibrox after extra time.Rangers survived a scare before overcoming Clyde 5-2 at Ibrox after extra time in the CIS Insurance Cup.
The Cup holders looked set for a comfortable night when Thomas Buffel fired them in front after just five minutes.
However, the Bully Wee refused to lie down and Craig Bryson drew Graham Roberts' men level six minutes after the break.
Clyde then stunned the home side when Stephen O'Donnell gave them the lead on 73 minutes.
The lead proved short-lived as Buffel grabbed his second of the net to bring Rangers level.
Neither side could find a winner and the game was forced into extra time.
Argentine ace Federico Nieto fired Rangers in front eight minutes into extra time with his first goal for the club.
Marvin Andrews added a fourth on 111 minutes before Nieto sealed the win with his second two minutes later.
Motherwell needed extra time before seeing off St Mirren 2-0 at Love Street.
David Clarkson finally broke the deadlock two minutes into extra time and Darren Lee Smith added a second on 104 minutes to secure a fourth round passage for Terry Butcher's men.
Dunfermline got the better of Kilmarnock after a seven-goal thriller at Rugby Park.
Jamie McCunnie gave Dunfermline the lead on seven minutes and Derek Young added a second just a minute later.
Young grabbed his second on 16 minutes to put the visitors in firm control of the tie.
Kris Boyd pulled a goal back for Killie on 52 minutes, but Young completed his hat-trick on 64 minutes to restore The Pars' three-goal lead.
An unfortunate Scott Wilson own goal on 72 minutes gave Killie hope and although Boyd grabbed his second in the final minute, Dunfermline held on for win.
Aberdeen eased path Division One outfit Stranraer 2-0 at Stair Park.
Jamie Smith broke the deadlock on 57 minutes and Barry Nicholson wrapped up the win with the second on 67 minutes.
Inverness booked their place in the fourth round with a comfortable 2-0 win over SPL rivals Dundee United
Liam Fox gave Inverness a dream start with the opener after just two minutes.
Barry Wilson added a second four minutes before half time to ease Inverness through.
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