A footballer who suffered heart failure during a Hamilton Academicals verses Clyde match remains in a stable condition in hospital.
The defender joined Academicals in March
Hamilton player Ross McCabe collapsed on the pitch on Saturday after reportedly suffering heart failure.
The match was abandoned after the 18-year-old defender was caught in the throat as a result of a challenge.
The fixture will be replayed after the referee abandoned the New Douglas Park game with 10 minutes to go.
Stunned fans watched as an ambulance drove on to the pitch to assist McCabe while medical staff used a defibrillator to help revive him.
The teenager, who only joined the side in March, was taken to Hairmyres Hospital in East Kilbride and later transferred to Wishaw General, where he was said to be recovering well on Sunday.
An NHS Lanarkshire spokeswoman said: "Ross is in a stable condition."
The incident took place ten minutes before the end of the game with both Hamilton Academicals and Clyde doctor Frank Dunn, a consultant cardiologist, treating McCabe.
Clyde press officer, John Ruddy, said: "All of a sudden both sets of players were screaming to the touchline and for the referee to get the medical teams and the stretchers on.
"I think people thought it was perhaps a leg break."
An ambulance was called and drove onto the pitch to assist.
It is thought a blow to the area of his windpipe in a challenge with Clyde striker Doug Imrie caused the young player's heart to suddenly stop.
Mr Ruddy added: "I'm told he sat up and asked where his front tooth was.
"But, the medical staff and first aid staff who treated him were all terrific."
Hamilton secretary Scott Struthers said that the youngster was taken to hospital for treatment. The Accies FC website said McCabe was expected to make a full recovery.
Mr Struthers told BBC Radio Scotland: "Our manager Billy Reid has been to hospital to visit him and the player is sitting up which is good news that we're pleased to hear."
The First Division match, which was being drawn 3-3 at the time, will now have to be replayed.