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Full Time scores and scorers: Saturday 3rd April

Scottish Cup Third Round 
 
Brora Rangers 1-3 Stranraer (after extra time) 
 
Brora: Dale Gillespie (pen)
 
Stranraer: James Hilton, Matty Yates, Thomas Orr
 
Formartine Utd 0-5 Motherwell
 
Well: Chris Long, Jordan Roberts (2), Devante Cole, Allan Campbell
 
Fraserburgh 2-4 Montrose 
 
Broch: Gary Harris (pen), Scott Barbour 
 
Montrose: Chris Mochrie, Graham Webster, Russell McLean, Lewis Milne

Scottish Cup Third Round preview

Scottish Cup Third Round 
 
Brora Rangers v Stranraer
 
Brora take on League Two Stranraer at Dudgeon Park, as they aim to emulate their heroics against Hearts in the last round. Manager Steven Mackay has a fully fit squad to choose from, minus the cup-tied Ali Sutherland, who joined the club on a three-year deal from Rothes this week. 
 
Stranraer sit in 5th place in League Two, level on points with Elgin City who occupy the final play-off spot. They will be aiming to avoid a repeat of their Third Round loss to the Cattachs in November 2017. 
 
Formartine Utd v Motherwell
 
Formartine knocked out Annan on penalties in the last round to earn a plum tie against Motherwell at North Lodge Park. United boss Paul Lawson will relish the opportunity to come up against one of his former clubs. 
 
The Fir Park men are in ninth place in the Premiership, seven points clear of Kilmarnock in the relegation play-off spot. They could include current Scotland right back Stephen O'Donnell in their line-up for this one. 
 
Fraserburgh v Montrose 
 
Broch boss Mark Cowie also has a full squad to choose from for the visit of League One side Montrose to Bellslea. The home side were boosted this week with the news that club captain Ryan Christie, goalkeeper Eddie Flinn and promising youngster Logan Watt have all signed contract extensions. 
 
Visitors Montrose climbed to third place in League One with an excellent win over East Fife in midweek. They now sit just six points behind league leaders Falkirk.

Full time scores and scorers as Brora record massive cup upset

Brora Rangers stunned Edinburgh giants Hearts in their Scottish Cup Second Round tie at Dudgeon Park, where goals from Jordan Macrae and Martin Maclean sent the beaten finalists of the last two seasons crashing out of the competition. 
 
Formartine United beat League Two Annan Athletic on penalties to earn a home time with Premiership side Motherwell in Round Three, while Buckie Thistle were unlucky to lose out to a late winner at home to Inverness Caley Thistle. 
 
Huntly, Keith and Nairn County were knocked out by Dumbarton, Clyde and Montrose respectively.
 
Scottish Cup Second Round 
 
Brora Rangers 2-1 Hearts
 
Brora: Jordan Macrae, Martin Maclean 
 
Hearts: Christophe Berra 
 
Buckie Thistle 2-3 Inverness Caley Thistle
 
Buckie: Jack Murray, Callum Murray
 
Caley: James Keatings, Sean Welsh, Daniel MacKay 
 
Dumbarton 4-0 Huntly
 
Dumbarton: Jaime Wilson (2), McGeever, Forbes
 
Formartine Utd 1-1 Annan Athletic (after extra time - Formartine won 3-1 on penalties)
 
Formartine: Stuart Smith
 
Annan: Aidan Smith
 
Keith 0-2 Clyde
 
Clyde: David Goodwillie, Scott Rumsby 
 
Nairn County 1-7 Montrose
 
Nairn: Tom Maclennan 
 
Montrose: Aidan Quinn (2), Craig Johnston (3), Russell McLean, Lewis Hawke

Highland League 20/21 season ended, Brora declared champions

The Highland League League Management Committee has met and decided to call a halt to season 2020-2021, because it could not see a viable means to finish it in time to also allow preparations for season 2021-2022. 

The hope is that the new season will provide circumstances which allow a return to more normal activity.

The LMC also decided to honour it's obligation to the Scottish Football Pyramid, by declaring Brora Rangers FC the Highland League champions for season 2020-2021. This was decided on a points-per-game basis, with Brora finishing above Fraserburgh, Buckie Thistle, Formartine United and Inverurie Locos on goal difference. 

Turriff appoint Donaldson

Turriff United have confirmed the appointment of Dean Donaldson as their new manager. 

The former Keith boss has agreed a deal which will take him through to 2024. 

Donaldson takes over following the departure of Kris Hunter two weeks ago. 

Fixtures

Recent Results

03-04-2021 15:00 - Scottish Cup Third Round
Formartine United 0 : 5 Motherwell
Fraserburgh 2 : 4 Montrose
Brora Rangers 1 : 3 Stranraer
23-03-2021 20:00 - Scottish Cup Second Round
Buckie Thistle 2 : 3 Inverness Caledonian Thistle
23-03-2021 19:45 - Scottish Cup Second Round
Dumbarton 4 : 0 Huntly
Formartine United 1 : 1 Annan Athletic
Brora Rangers 2 : 1 Hearts
Keith 0 : 2 Clyde
23-03-2021 19:30 - Scottish Cup Second Round
Nairn County 1 : 7 Montrose
09-01-2021 15:00 - Scottish Cup Second Round
Fraserburgh 2 : 1 Banks O' Dee
06-01-2021 20:00 - Scottish Cup First Round
Huntly 3 : 1 Cumbernauld Colts
02-01-2021 15:00 - SHFL Week 4
Clachnacuddin 2 : 4 Inverurie Locos
Formartine United 2 : 1 Nairn County
Fraserburgh 13 : 1 Turriff United
26-12-2020 15:00 - Scottish Cup First Round
Nairn County 0 : 0 Broxburn Athletic
Albion Rovers 0 : 3 Buckie Thistle
Rothes 1 : 3 Fraserburgh
Cowdenbeath 2 : 0 Wick Academy

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