Inverness ended Celtic's treble hopes with a 3-2 extra-time victory in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup at Hampden Park.
David Raven said scoring to send Inverness through to their first Scottish Cup final was a "dream come true".
Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson has confirmed that captain Danny Wilson will leave the club at the end of the season.
Inverness boss John Hughes said his side deserve their place in the Scottish Cup final for all the players' hard work
Rangers manager Stuart McCall will become a Livingston fan on Wednesday when they take on Hibernian.
Craig Sibbald scored 15 minutes from time as Falkirk beat Hibernian 1-0 to book their place in the Scottish Cup final.
Aberdeen ensured they will play European football next season with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Dundee United at Pittodrie.
Scottish Championship winners Hearts eased past Raith Rovers 2-1 at Tynecastle.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes saluted his players for securing European football before the Scottish Premiership split.
Ryan Hardie struck twice on his full debut as Rangers beat Dumbarton to tighten their grip on second spot in the table.
Peter Houston hit back at Alan Stubbs after the Hibernian boss claimed Falkirk did not deserve their Scottish Cup win.
Ronny Deila believes a new-found togetherness among the players can help Celtic secure the domestic treble this season.
Teenage Rangers striker Ryan Hardie admitted two goals on his full debut was a "dream come true".
Dundee manager Paul Hartley has been rewarded for his fine recent work at Dens Park with a new three-year contract.
Ryan Christie is hoping to be the hero for Inverness on Sunday in their Sky Live Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic.
Ronny Deila says Celtic are their own biggest opponents and calls for players to keep their mind "on the right things".
Blair Alston says the expertise of Peter Houston will lead Falkirk to a Scottish Cup semi-final victory on Saturday.
Rangers boss Stuart McCall says he does not mind the club playing two extra games to secure a top-flight spot.
Rangers have been fined £5,500 by the Scottish Football Association over two charges relating to Mike Ashley’s involvement with the club.
SFA chief Stewart Regan warns Dave King that he faces a "challenge" to prove himself fit and proper to run Rangers.