THE SPFL say investigations into Falkirk fans invading the Cappielow pitch are ‘ongoing’.

Dozens of Bairns fans ran onto the park in their side’s 1-1 draw with Morton, which was televised last month on BBC Scotland.

The broadcaster chose not to show the scenes, but around 40-50 fans ran onto the pitch after Zak Rudden equalised in the 40th minute.

One ran up as far as the half-way line in front of the home support in the Cowshed before being caught by stewards.

Falkirk supporters spilled onto the pitch once again last week after their side went 1-0 up late on against Queen of the South at Palmerston Park, only for an equaliser to cut their celebrations short.

Ton chairman Crawford Rae told Ton fans at a supporters’ Q&A event that there were likely to be actions raised against the Bairns.

He said: “There’s an SPFL delegate report from the game and Morton were applauded for their security.

“I think there will be actions raised against Falkirk.

Morton’s chief executive Warren Hawke also commented, saying they had handed over footage to Falkirk for them to take the matter further.

He added: “We have provided Falkirk Football Club with our CCTV footage. They will then take that and they will identify the fans from that game, I don’t know what will come from that.

“One individual took it a long way, and I believe he has been identified.

“Anyone who comes onto the playing surface — that is a chargeable offence by the police.”

Tensions escalated after the game, with fans from both sides filmed fighting on the streets outside the ground, and Rae condemned that incident.

He said: “The scenes outside the Norseman were terrible and we see this so much in football just now over the last year especially, with coin throwing and supporters coming onto the park.”