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William Hill Scottish Cup third round draw

Monday, 01 October 2012


The draw for the third round of the 2012/13 William Hill Scottish Cup took place at Hamilton Racecourse this morning.

Scottish FA President Campbell Ogilvie was joined by former Rangers and Scotland striker Derek Johnstone and Kristof Fahy, Chief Marketing Officer at William Hill, to conduct the draw.

1. Buckie Thistle or Annan Athletic v Turriff United

2. Dumbarton v East Stirlingshire

3. Airdrie United v Raith Rovers

4. Stranraer v Queen’s Park

5. Partick Thistle v Cove Rangers

6. Forfar Athletic v Clyde or Nairn County

7. Albion Rovers v Greenock Morton

8. Cowdenbeath v Selkirk or Vale of Leithen

9. Edinburgh City v Queen of the South

10. Stirling Albion v Deveronvale

11. Inverurie Loco Works v Arbroath

12. Ayr United v Clachnacuddin

13. Stenhousemuir v Berwick Rangers

14. Brechin City v Bonnyrigg Rose

15. Rangers v Alloa Athletic

16. Elgin City v East Fife

Ties to be played on Saturday, November 3rd. 
 


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