A LAST-MINUTE Jason Jarvis strike took 10-man Stirling University through to the fourth round of the South Challenge Cup at Spartans.

The Students had Alex Webb red-carded during the 3-2 win at Ainslie Park.

Angus Mailer and Liam McMaster were also on target for Chris Geddes’ team, while Scott Maxwell and Michael Allan had netted for the home side.

Bonnyrigg Rose eased past Threave Rovers with goals from Neil Martynuik, Scott Gray and George Hunter.

Manager Robbie Horn was pleased with the 3-0 victory.

He said: “We have a big Scottish Cup match coming up so it was important we played well today and got the result we wanted.

“Threave made it difficult for us but we deserved the win and I’m pleased with the way we took our goals.”

Kelty Hearts required extra time to squeeze past Civil Service Strollers at Christie Gillies Park.

Alieay Faye’s penalty for the home team had cancelled out Nathan Austin’s opener, but Austin popped up again in extra time to earn Hearts a 2-1 victory.

BSC Glasgow came from behind to beat Gala Fairydean Rovers despite having striker Thomas Orr sent off.

Nial Kelly had fired the visitors in front at the Indodrill Stadium before an own-goal brought the game level at the break.

Further strikes from David McKay and Lewis Bell took BSC through 3-1.

Manager Stephen Swift said: “We made that one difficult for ourselves but the main thing was getting into the next round.”

Ruari Paton scored twice as East Kilbride left Easthouses with a 4-0 win to reach the next round.

Paul Woods and Kieran McGrath also found the net.

Matt Flynn grabbed both of East Stirlingshire’s goals in their 2-1 win over Blackburn.

And David Winters scored a hat-trick for Caledonian Braves as they beat Musselburgh Athletic 5-3.

Neil McGlaughlin and David Sinclair also scored.

A Craig Holmes penalty was enough for Cumbernauld Colts to see off Jeanfield Swifts at Broadwood.