"I saw him (Neil Lennon) and I thought I had the legs on him, so I put it over him into the space and knocked it past Pressley.
"The whole game was great, you are proud to be playing in a final but in the end you are gutted that you came so close to winning.
"It is the intention of the management and the Board to give Stephen as good a squad as we can.
"The man of the match award means nothing much because it comes at the end of another defeat against Celtic, in another Scottish Cup final.
Despite the cup final result thousands of loyal Pars fans poured into East End Park
"The longer the game went on the greater the belief that we could win the game.
"We weren't worthy of being cup final winners but I didn't think they were either.
"They are the double champions and everybody expected them to win today, they are the giants and we are the smaller team. Unfortunately we couldn't turn the compliments
"From our point of view we would have liked to have created more but that is easier said that done.
Pars put up great Cup final fight at Hampden but it wasn't to be.
"We have had a great cup run getting to the final but we have done nothing yet. It is a great day out but we want to win this one.
Presented at the Sportsmans Dinner on the Park, held on the eve of the club's cup final appearance.
"We will have to catch them on an off day and play at our peak ourselves. Hopefully the right Dunfermline will turn up."
The Final Countdown. Pars determined to make 2007 a year to remember.
Despite the limited numbers, there are still some of the Tennents Scottish Cup Final shirts available to purchase in the DAFC Club Shop.
Focus is this Saturdays game
Back after the break, Scott Morrison would love to make up for lost time by playing at Hampden again.
"We want to make amends and try and win the Cup but we know how difficult it is going to be.
"We need to understand why other clubs haven't come right back up.
Analysis of players used - only Phil McGuire can now start every game.
No more 'smoking' for Simmy who's in no doubt the Pars can win the Cup.
"We were relegated and we had to accept that quickly. Hurtful as it is we have to prepa
Eight changes as Pars seek Cup Winning formula
To be worn at the Cup Final and throughout their European run
Saturday's admission prices have been reduced to £12 for Adults, and £5 for Concessions &am
"It will be a difficult summer but we have a massive game against Celtic but right now that feels a million miles away."
"We were written off in the League but we put a fight and people started to think Dunfermline would stay up. It's a huge blow.
"We have to go to the First Division, it is a kick in the teeth for us.
Defeat in the Highlands means relegation for Pars
The midfielder signs a new contract that will keep him with DAFC for another two years
An appeal against Scott Wilson's red card turned down by SFA.
Pars head for Culloden in what could be their last battle on SPL soil.
Nipper's Testimonial fixes up major opponents.
"It is important that there is competition for places and when I came in here there wasn't as much of that beca
"We got the fourth and I think that is a fair margin on the night. We must aspire to win
Stephen Kenny named an unchanged side for the first time. Pars score four, collected three points and one red card.
"We know we need to do the right things and hopefully someone else can do us a favour.
"Dunfermline are already in Europe so they can play more relaxed but they must try to win."
Calum Smith is one of eleven young Pars who will find out soon whether they will be at East End Park next season.
The Pars have not beaten Motherwell at East End Park since Jimmy Calderwood left and have only two wins in the last 12 SPL meetings.
Bank of Scotland Premierleague Manager of the Month for April
Andy Tod's Testimonial match attracted a crowd of 1600 to watch an array of former Pars play in a Select against Dunfermline Athletic.
Defeat in the Highlands
"All the boys were nervous because we knew if we didn't win, we were down.