Cumnock tie for Shotts in Scottish Cup

Shotts Bon Accord's defence of their Emirates Scottish Junior Cup hinges on them beating Super Premier basement rivals Cumnock.

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Last night's Central F.M.-staged quarter-final draw landed the Lanarkshire outfit with a third trip to Townhead Park where they crashed to a 3-0 defeat earlier this season.

Shotts skipper Paul Finnigan admitted: "It's a tough one given Cumnock's record against us this season but hopefully we have learned a few lessons from previous meetings."

Emirates Scottish Junior Cup quarter-finals draw:

Linlithgow Rose v Bo'ness Utd,

Rutherglen Glencairn v Camelon, Cumnock v Shotts Bon Accord, Kelty Hearts v Auchinleck Talbot

(Ties to be played Saturday, March 16)


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