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Scottish Cup Second Round draw made today

By Graham Barnstaple
September 28 2011

The draw for the Second round of the Scottish Cup was made this afternoon, with a number of the SFL clubs joining in.

The draw for the Second Round of the Scottish Cup was made by Jimmy Calderwood this afternoon, and it brings in a number of the SFL sides for the first time.


Two of the ties are all SFL affairs with Alloa hosting Annan and Montrose at home toClyde.


There are also ties where the SFL sides will not be looking forward to taking on non-League opposition. For example,Elginand Peterhead won’t fancy taking on fellow Highland sides Fraserburgh andNairnCounty.


East Stirling have also been drawn to non-League opposition taking on Buckie Thistle, while Queen’s Park ad Berwick won’t fancy their trips to theHighlandsto take on Huntly and Deveronvale.


This means there will be plenty of Non-League sides in the Third Draw with the opportunity of making it to a glamour fourth round tie, just as Auchinleck did last year when they travelled to Easter Rd to take on Hibs.


Clachnacuddin v Inverurie Loco Works
Vale of Leithen v Cove Rangers
Gala Fairydean v Golspie Sutherland
Fort William or Bo'ness Utd v Whitehill Welfare
Fraserburgh v Elgin City
Wigtown and Bladnoch v Stranraer
Peterhead v Nairn County
Wick Academy v Keith
Culter v Spartans
Alloa Athletic v Annan Athletic
Deveronvale v Berwick Rangers
Auchinleck Talbot v Threave Rovers
East Stirling v Buckie Thistle
Huntly v Queen's Park
Montrose v Clyde

Edinburgh Cityv Forres Mechanics or Irvine Meadow


Ties to be played 22nd October.

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