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3 minutes ago, Ginaro said:

No rush for the SCC as the 5th round is in March. 1st December is a Qualifying Cup/League Cup date - bookmark this link for future reference: https://www.eosfl.com/downloads/eosfl/The-East-of-Scotland-Football-League-Season-2018-19-Fixture-List.pdf

Yeah thanks I remembered about that after I had sent message. If we make it through I'd imagine get it played midweek. 

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University of Stirling exited the Scottish Cup today, leaving Camelon the "last team standing" in all the cups.

East Kilbride, Stirling Uni, Bonnyrigg, Newtongrange and Penicuik have all exited 1 cup.

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Surely under free speech and equality he is entitled to his own beliefs - irrespective if they are outdated or not.

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Good luck today to the Mighty Mariners in their Cup Final today at Lockerbie against Bonnyton Thistle, hopefully they will win and get into next years Scottish Cup. 

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Bring on the Rangers (Berwick or Cove)!!!!!

How many rounds do you have to win to be in the same draw as the Shire?

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Congratulations to Camelon. It's not yet Christmas but they've already won 2 trophies, qualified for the Scottish Cup for the first time in their history, remain in all the other cups and are only 6pts off the top of their conference (with 1 game in hand). Move to senior football and the pyramid certainly paying dividends.
 

22 minutes ago, drs said:

How many rounds do you have to win to be in the same draw as the Shire?

Camelon would start in PR1 and East Stirlingshire in R1 so 2 ties away.

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2 hours ago, HibeeJibee said:

Congratulations to Camelon. It's not yet Christmas but they've already won 2 trophies, qualified for the Scottish Cup for the first time in their history, ...

Pity it happened the way it did with the double disqualification fiasco as a final against Bo'ness would have drawn a big crowd, but great to see a club like Camelon qualify for the first time. They may not the first Camelon team to do it though. There was a senior club from Camelon before WW1 apparently:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Football_Combination

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There was an old Camelon FC who entered from mid-1880s to early 1890s plus qualified in 1902-03.

Amongst others they managed wins over King's Park and Alloa Athletic and a replay with 'Shire.

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10 minutes ago, Nimmo's Notes said:

Don't Camelon hold some record for the biggest away win in the senior Scottish Cup? 

They won 17-0 at Redding Athletic in 1887-88. However it's recorded that Cowlairs won 21-1 at Victoria in 1889-90.

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2 hours ago, HibeeJibee said:

They won 17-0 at Redding Athletic in 1887-88. However it's recorded that Cowlairs won 21-1 at Victoria in 1889-90.

Och well, they held it for a couple of seasons at least! :rolleyes:

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Supposedly Livingston have Ryan Lockie on trial at the moment. What's the general consensus? Could we be looking at another Scott Pittman coming from the Juniors to bossing the Premiership?

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No supposedly, he played in a reserve game against the Shire.

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4 hours ago, drs said:

No supposedly, he played in a reserve game against the Shire.

Well they are hardly going to try him against rangers or Celtic are they common sense. I'd doubt he'd get thrown in if they sign him only 20 years old. Pittman was a bit older. He could well make it

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