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Stirling Uni  ::)


Won the East of Scotland League this year on goal difference from Spartans. Would not have qualified for the Scottish Cup otherwise as ground does not meet entry requirements.


Hermes from Aberdeen also in the Cup this year after winning North Super League.


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Meanwhile in real live football news:


William Hill Scottish Cup preliminary round draw

Tuesday, 03 July 2012


The William Hill Scottish Cup 2012/13 preliminary round draw was conducted at Hampden Park this afternoon by Jim Fleeting, Scottish FA Director of Football Development, and Linzi Martin, William Hill District Operations Manager.



Preliminary round ties:



1. Fort William v Preston Athletic



2. Keith v St Cuthbert Wanderers



The ties will be played on Saturday, 4th August 2012.



All 38 clubs eligible to participate in round one were included in the preliminary round draw. Following today’s draw, the remaining 34 clubs receive a bye into round one.



This season's competition includes a preliminary round due to an increase in the number of clubs taking part.



After successful applications to become Scottish FA member clubs, Formartine United and Turriff United, of the Highland Football League, will participate for the first time. Following today’s draw, both teams receive a bye into round one.



Stirling University, a non-member club, will also take part after winning the East of Scotland League, and will enter the competition at round two.



Clubs receiving a bye into round one:

Bonnyrigg Rose

Brora Rangers

Buckie Thistle

Burntisland Shipyard

Civil Service Strollers




Edinburgh City

Edinburgh University

Formartine United


Gala Fairydean


Glasgow University

Golspie Sutherland

Hawick Royal Albert Hermes


Inverurie Loco Works

Irvine Meadow


Nairn County

Newton Stewart



Shotts Bon Accord


Threave Rovers

Turriff United

Vale of Leithen

Whitehill Welfare

Wick Academy

Wigtown & Bladnoch

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The draw for the first round of the 2012/13 William Hill Scottish Cup took place at Edinburgh Castle this afternoon.


Scottish FA Commercial Director Kenny MacLoed, last season's victorious Heart of Midlothian captain Marius Zaliuskas and David Russell, William Hill Group HR Director, conducted the first round draw.


The first round of matches are due to be played on Saturday, 25th August 2012.


1. Threave Rovers v Vale of Leithen

2. Bonnyrigg Rose v Girvan

3. Huntly v Wigtown & Bladnoch

4. Shotts Bon Accord v Edinburgh City

5. Irvine Meadow v Gala Fairydean

6. Edinburgh University v Keith or St Cuthbert Wanderers

7. Formartine United v Brora Rangers

8. Civil Service Strollers v Newton Stewart

9. Spartans v Wick Academy


10. Glasgow University v Selkirk

11. Clachnacuddin v Lossiemouth

12. Hawick Royal Albert v Golspie Sutherland

13. Fraserburgh v Coldstream

14. Whitehill Welfare v Inverurie Loco Works

15. Buckie Thistle v Rothes

16. Hermes v Deveronvale

17. Fort William or Preston Athletic v Nairn County

18. Turriff United v Burntisland Shipyard

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Results today


Fort William 1-3 Preston Ath


Keith 0-1 St Cuthberts Wanderes


Bit surprised at Keith losing to St Cuthberts as South league is pretty weak league. Saw Keith last week and they looked decent side and would have thought they would have stuck away St Cuthberts without much problem.

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