The Big One - the big match and the big goal from Tam McMANUS who scored after 58 minutes.
"We have to win, if we were to lose we would be in a very difficult position.
There will be a great atmosphere at St Mirren on Monday night, hopefully a Pars win will shorten the journey home.
Six buses will take fans to Paisley, absolutely FREE. - Bus Arrangements for Monday Night
Final blow for Gazza as Pars win through to meet SPL Champions, Celtic.
Hamilton and Crawford score but Pars lose out.
"We rode our luck at times, but in all games you need that, espec
"We had a very vocal support and we had a very vocal support last week. Hopefully it is the start of an era.
Scottish Cup Final here we come after Jim McIntyre's penalty winner two minutes from time
Greg Shields:- "If I miss the final so be it, as long as the club get to the final that's the most important thing."
East End Park will host the Final of the 2007 Citylink Scottish Junior Cup on Sunday 3rd June. Corporate hospitality is available.
Hibs have gone ten Scottish Cup Semi Finals without a win.
"When the St Mirren one comes round then we start worrying about what St Mirren are going to do and what they are not going to do.
"A lot of supporters and media thought we were relegated so to come back the way we have shows some great character.
Stephen Kenny and Craig Levein
Pars win three vital points to put pressure on St Mirren who don't play until Monday.
Calum Smith gets consolation goal as Stephen Kenny watches young Celts give lesson in finishing
Greg Ross to face Austria on 1st May
It's over a decade since United last triumphed at East End Park when Kjell Olofsson (2) and Jim McInally scored for the visitors.
Jim Hamilton makes scoring return
Toddy's fixture headache. Testimonial Match put back until after the St Mirren match.
Off the park pictures from Hampden on Sunday
Post denies Jamie goal on his 24th birthday.
"I was a wee bit twinkle toes at the start because I've not played for a month.......
Hibs are a good side, they are always going to put you under a bit of pressure
"We are confident that we can win most of our games from now until the end of the season. We
"Hibs had definitely more possession, particularly in the second half, we probably had the clearer cut chances on the day.
"We'll have our work cut out. They throw up challenges other teams don't, marauding from
Scottish Cup Semi Final - no score - replay, a week on Tuesday back at Hampden.
Aberdeen Phinnished off at the Fleet Ground as Dunfermline's youth team run riot.
The French connection all adds up to support for Souleymane.
"We like to get the ball down, get the ball wide, crosses into the box and we have to earn the right to do that.
"It is about, when you get out there, doing yourself justice a
When you are watching, doubts come to mind, 'play like that and we are struggling' but then after Saturday, 'if we play like that, what a chance we have got'.
"A semi final is something they should look forward to, something they should enjoy really.
Hibs stand between Pars and third Cup Final in three years.
Dunfermline Athletic versus an Andrew Tod Select on Wednesday 2nd May at East End Park, with a 7.30pm kick off
"It is not a bad distraction going to Hampden for a semi final. It is a good incentive for the players, ...people want to aspire to play at Hampden because it is that mythical place.
"We are delighted with the three points. We have had a tough season but the boys are scratchin
Bamba thanks Pars but Dinger and Drogba stand between Sol and selection.
"As long as we win I don't care who scores. It is your team mates that make the goals I just have to be ther
"We asked the players to give me two wins from the three games before the split to give ourselves a chance............
Last SPL fixture pre split brings much needed three points.
Friday 6th April, U19s lose to ten men at Stirling University.
It's over five years since Dunfermline recorded an SPL win over Hibs at East End Park
"It is up to us, it is not up to St Mirren - we have to keep winning our games and at least take points to build up the pressure........
Comfortable win for Pars