Queen of the South manager Allan Johnston reflects on an emphatic win against Partick Thistle:
Queen of the South have won the Ramsdens Cup after beating Partick Thistle on penalties in a dramatic afternoon at Livingston's Almondvale Stadium.
With the score still 0-0 after 90 minutes, the match went into extra-time. Nicky Clark put the Dumfries side 1-0 up in the 101st minute. But despite missing a late penalty and having Aaron Muirhead sent off for a headbutt in the aftermath, Partick Thistle equalised in added-time.
The penalty shootout went into sudden death and Queen of the South won to claim an historic league and cup double.
Queen of the South have arrived in Livingston ahead of their Ramsdens Cup Final clash with Partick Thistle.
Queen of the South fans have been preparing for the club's match at Livingston today in the Ramsdens Cup Final.
More than 3,000 supporters are expected to make the 165-mile round trip to see the the Doonhamers face Partick Thistle at the Almondvale Stadium.
Our reporter Matthew Taylor caught up with some fans ahead of their journey.
Queen of the South fans are preparing for their 165-mile round trip from Dumfries to Livingston for today's Ramsdens Cup Final.
The Doonhamers face Partick Thistle as they attempt to clinch an historic league and cup double.
Excitement is building in Dumfries as Queen of the South prepare for their Ramsdens Cup Final match with Partick Thistle.
Queen of the South are hoping to crown their amazing season with a league and cup double on Sunday.
They have already secured the Scottish second division in style and now their sights are set on adding the Ramsdens Cup to their collection of silverware.
In their way stand Partick Thistle who are top of Division One.
So Queens have the unusual task of going into a match as underdogs for a change.
Matthew Taylor reports:
Queen of the South chairman Billy Hewitson feels his team have a good chance against Partick Thistle on Sunday, despite their rivals being the favourites:
Partick Thistle midfielder Chris Erskine says there should be no favourites on Sunday and assistant manager Scott Paterson knows that Queens will be confident going into the game:
Queen of the South are preparing for Sunday's Ramsdens Cup Final against Partick Thistle at Almondvale.
The Dumfries club are aiming to pick up their second piece of silverware this season, after lifting the second division title last week.
Queens striker Gavin Reilly and midfielder Daniel Carmichael are hoping to bring the cup home to Dumfries and give the fans a great day out: