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Home tie for Islavale in Scottish Junior Cup

By SPP Reporter

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ISLAVALE'S quest to embark on another Emirates Scottish Junior Cup run will begin with a home match against Annbank Thistle.

Super stuff. Forres Thistle are promoted.
Super stuff. Forres Thistle are promoted.

The Keith outfit reached the fourth round last season, but will face a tough match against their Ayrshire opponents, who reached the final of the competition during the Fifties.

Another Ayrshire team, Kello Rovers, have been drawn at home to Islavale's North Division 1 rivals Lossiemouth United.

Forres Thistle have been handed a tricky match away to fellow Superleague side Ellon United. Jags have already suffered a 2-0 league defeat at Ellon this season, and will be keen to gain a measure of revenge.

The only other Moray team in the first round draw is Division 2 Fochabers.

The Speysiders must travel to gace Greenock Juniors, who are currently going strong in the West of Scotland Central League Division 1.

Emirates Scottish Junior Cup first round draw:

Yoker v Craigmark

Dyce v Rob Roy

Lochee Harp v Ardeer

Port Glasgow v Harthill

Cruden Bay v Armadale

Dundee NE V Hall Russell

Penicuik v Glenrothes

Stoneyburn v Larkhall

Greenock v Fochabers

Shettleston v Dunbar

Kello v Lossiemouth United

Saltcoats v East Kilbride

Largs v St Anthonys

Maybole v Brechin

Oakley v Glencairn

Islavale v Annbank

Sauchie v Steelend

Arthurlie v Tranent

Lochee Utd v Luncarty

Rosyth v Dundonald

Kirrie This v Kelty

Boness v Linlithgow

Jeanfield v East End

Wishaw v Dunipace

Ardrossan v Lochgelly

Ellon v Forres Thistle

Newtongrange v Longside

Hurlford v Broxburn

Benburb v Cambuslang

Edinburgh v Auchinleck

Colony Park v Neilston

Petershill v Maryhill

Forfar Albion v Nairn

Buchanhaven v Dalkeith

Deveronside v Whitletts

Banks o'Dee v Ashfield

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