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Latest News - 23/06/2016

Annan Draw Celtic In IRN BRU Cup

Annan Athletic have been drawn away to Celtic U20’s in the first round revamped IRN BRU Cup.

The draw for the First Round of the IRN-BRU Cup took place this morning at Hampden Park and fixtures will be played on either Tuesday 2 August or Wednesday 3 August.
The result of the draw is as follows…
South Section
Berwick Rangers v Spartans
Celtic U20s v Annan Athletic
Clyde v Partick Thistle U20s
Cumbernauld Colts v Hamilton Accies U20s
Motherwell U20s v Edinburgh City
Queen’s Park v Kilmarnock U20s
Rangers U20s v University of Stirling
North Section
Cove Rangers v Dundee U20s
East Stirlingshire v Montrose
Formartine United v Aberdeen U20s
Inverness CT U20s v Arbroath
Ross County U20s v Brora Rangers
Stirling Albion v Heart of Midlothian U20s
St Johnstone U20s v Turriff United
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