Created: Tuesday, 06 December 2016 13:43
Published: Tuesday, 06 December 2016 13:43
Written by Ross McTavish
Formartine thrashed Annan 4-0 in the third round of the Scottish Cup to set-up a tie at Premiership side Partick.
Conor Gethins hit a hat-trick for United against the League Two club, while Scott Barbour was also on target.
Formartine are the last Highland League side left in the competition and will visit Firhill on Saturday 21st January.
After the victory over Annan, John Innes was among the reporters who spoke to United boss Kris Hunter and Gethins. Listen to the interviews below.
Created: Friday, 02 December 2016 18:13
Published: Friday, 02 December 2016 18:13
Written by Stephen Shand
Scottish Cup Third Round
Formartine Utd v Annan Athletic
Formartine and Annan will try to get their Third Round clash played at the second attempt after the tie was postponed last weekend. Striker Garry Wood should be fit to return after injury for the home side.
Steven Black, Peter Watson and Ryan Finnie are all unavailable for visitors Annan.
Stirling Albion v Wick Academy
Stirling boss Dave Mackay has added two players to his squad for the cup clash with Wick, French striker Dylan Nguene Bikey and midfielder Calvin Colquhoun on loan from Dundee.
The winners have the incentive of a home tie in the Fourth Round, against either Clyde or Arbroath.
Scottish Cup Third Round Replay
Stenhousemuir v Forres Mechanics
Forres came from behind to earn a replay against League One Stenhousemuir last weekend, and they remain without Scott Moore and Jordan Wardrope for the replay at Ochilview. Kyle Scott is also still out with a kidney stone condition.
Brora Rangers v Cove Rangers
Both Brora player-manager Grant Munro and Cove boss John Sheran have full squads to choose from the Highland League match of the day at Dudgeon Park.
Six points separate Brora in first and Cove in third place at the top of the table, but the Aberdeen side have three games in hand over their rivals and did beat them in the league earlier in the season.
Fort William v Buckie Thistle
Fort William will be without Michael Ellis, Iain MacLellan, Barna Tot and Kai Taylor due to work commitments for the visit of high-flying Buckie. Craig Mainland, Lewis Campbell, Douglas MacLennan and Iain MacIntyre all return to the squad.
The Jags were superb in defeat to Championship side Dunfermline in the Scottish Cup last time out and they remain without Andrew Skinner and Kai Ross for the trip to Claggan Park. Lewis Mackinnon and Ceiran Mclean also miss out through suspension.
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