MORTON manager Allan Moore will look forward to Saturday's Renfrewshire Cup final visit of St Mirren with relish after last night's 4-1 demolition of Kilmarnock at Cappielow.
Moore's new-look Ton were in command from the start, and it was no surprise when David O'Brien fired the home team ahead.
Mark McLaughlin made it 2-0 before half-time, then a Peter Weatherson penalty and a Jordan Halsman strike put Morton firmly in control.
Matthew Kennedy scored a late consolation for Kilmarnock as Kenny Shiels' SPL side slipped to a second sucessive defeat against Irn-Bru First Division opposition after their 3-2 loss against Livingston last weekend.
Morton and Albion Rovers have agreed to reduced entry prices for their Ramsdens Cup first-round tie at Cappielow on Saturday, July 28.
Admission prices have been set at £10 for adults, £5 for concessions with children under 16 years paying only £3.
Meanwhile, Ayr United have tied former Rangers player Anthony Marenghi to the club for next season after the 19-year-old-impressed manager Mark Roberts during pre-season.
The one-time Celtic youth was released by the Ibrox club at the end of last season and Roberts moved swiftly to bring him on board once he learned of his availability.
Roberts said: "Anthony is a really good football player who is comfortable on the ball and adds a great attacking threat to our side.
"I am delighted to have him here and I am sure he will shine for us."