We begin our countdown to Sunday's Petrofac Training Cup Final between Rangers and Peterhead at Hampden by looking at the last five finals.
2014/15 – Sunday 5 April – Livingston 4-0 Alloa Athletic
Mark Burchill's side proved too strong for their Championship rivals in sparkling sunshine at McDiarmid Park. Goals from Scott Pittman and Callum Fordyce had Livi in command and Jordan White came off the bench to add a late double.
2013/14 – Sunday 6 April – Raith Rovers 1-0 Rangers (aet)
Grant Murray guided Raith Rovers to their first success in this competition at a sold-out Easter Road. Rangers had their chances but failed to take them and John Baird pounced three minutes from the end of extra time to take the trophy to Stark's Park.
2012/13 – Sunday 7 April – Queen of the South 1-1 Partick Thistle (QOS won 6-5 on pens)
Queens won on penalties after a thrilling contest at Almondvale. Nicky Clark gave Allan Johnston's men the lead in extra time and they looked on course when Thistle's Aaron Muirhead saw his spot-kick saved by Lee Robinson, then was sent off in the melee that followed. Kris Doolan levelled right at the end but Robinson was the hero in the shoot-out as the Second Division champions came out on top in front of 9,452 fans.
2011/12 – Sunday 1 April – Falkirk 1-0 Hamilton Accies
A Darren Dods header from a corner after just two minutes proved decisive as Falkirk, with Steven Pressley in charge, edged out Accies in Livingston, watched by a crowd of 5,210.
2010/11 – Sunday 10 April – Ross County 2-0 Queen of the South
The Staggies lifted the Challenge Cup for the second time thanks to a comfortable win in front of a McDiarmid Park attendance of 5,214. Jimmy Calderwood's side went ahead early on through Andy Barrowman and Iain Vigurs sealed it with a second goal before half-time.