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Strathclyde Cup 2022-23


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The cup is being drawn as part of today's AGM. Second year it has been been sponsored by Strathclyde Demolition.

First Division
Drumchapel United (2021-22 Winners)
Neilston
St Cadoc's
Whitletts Victoria

Second Division
Forth Wanderers
Renfrew

Third Division
Finnart
Kello Rovers
Port Glasgow

Fourth Division
Campbeltown Pupils
BSC Glasgow
Easterhouse
Eglinton
Glenvale
Harmony Row
Kilsyth Athletic
Rossvale Academy
St Peter's
Thorn Athletic
West Park United

 

Preliminary Round (27th August)

BSC Glasgow v. St Cadoc's
Drumchapel United v. Kilsyth Athletic
Neilston v. Forth Wanderers
Thorn Athletic v. Glenvale

First Round (24th September)

BSC Glasgow/St Cadoc's v. Harmony Row
Campbeltown Pupils v. Thorn Athletic/Glenvale
Drumchapel United/Kilsyth Athletic v. St Peter's
Eglinton v. Port Glasgow
Kello Rovers v. Finnart
Rossvale Academy v. Easterhouse
West Park United v. Renfrew
Whitletts Victoria v. Neilston/Forth Wanderers

 

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First Round is almost set with just the one outstanding Prelim tie to be played midweek. Only the one real upset in the ties with 1st Division Neilston being knocked out by 2nd Division Forth Wanderers on penalties.

Preliminary Round
BSC Glasgow 2-4 St Cadoc's
Neilston 0-0 (9-10 pens) Forth Wanderers
Thorn Athletic 3-0 Glenvale

Drumchapel United v. Kilsyth Athletic (31/08)

First Round (weekend of 24/09)
Campbeltown Pupils v. Thorn Athletic
Drumchapel United/Kilsyth Athletic v. St Peter's
Eglinton v. Port Glasgow
Kello Rovers w/o. Finnart
Rossvale Academy v. EasterhouseSt Cadoc's v. Harmony Row
West Park United v. Renfrew
Whitletts Victoria v. Forth Wanderers

 

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4 hours ago, FairWeatherFan said:

First Round is almost set with just the one outstanding Prelim tie to be played midweek. Only the one real upset in the ties with 1st Division Neilston being knocked out by 2nd Division Forth Wanderers on penalties.

Preliminary Round
BSC Glasgow 2-4 St Cadoc's
Neilston 0-0 (9-10 pens) Forth Wanderers
Thorn Athletic 3-0 Glenvale

Drumchapel United v. Kilsyth Athletic (31/08)

First Round (weekend of 24/09)
BSC Glasgow v. Harmony Row
Campbeltown Pupils v. Thorn Athletic
Drumchapel United/Kilsyth Athletic v. St Peter's
Eglinton v. Port Glasgow
Kello Rovers v. Finnart - Bye
Rossvale Academy v. Easterhouse
West Park United v. Renfrew
Whitletts Victoria v. Forth Wanderers

 

Kello Rovers have been withdrawn from his competition.

Finnart are through to the next round.

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The main competition in the Cup Winners Shield will be coming from the Alex Jack Cup winner in the East.

Third Round     (Saturday 17th September)
Bo’ness Athletic v Pumpherston
Crossgates Primrose v Thornton Hibs
Lochore Welfare v Tweedmouth Rangers
Luncarty v Oakley United

Semi-Finals     (Saturday 22nd October)
Crossgates Primrose/Thornton Hibs v Lochore Welfare/Tweedmouth Rangers
Luncarty/Oakley United v Bo’ness Athletic/Pumpherston

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12 minutes ago, BANKIEBILL said:

I thought this was a competition for West sides not in Junior Cup or Scottish Cup but I see the Drum are in it again. What's the criteria for taking part ?

I think it's sfa members rather than a team who qualified through winning a cup to play in the Scottish.

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21 minutes ago, BANKIEBILL said:

I thought this was a competition for West sides not in Junior Cup or Scottish Cup but I see the Drum are in it again. What's the criteria for taking part ?

It's for unlicensed clubs who are not SJFA members, to give all WoSFL teams a pathway to the following season's Scottish Cup. Drumchapel won it last season and then won the Cup Winners' Shield which gave them Scottish Cup access. They had the same route open to them this season. (Until they lost to Whitletts Victoria last weekend.)

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40 minutes ago, BANKIEBILL said:

I thought this was a competition for West sides not in Junior Cup or Scottish Cup but I see the Drum are in it again. What's the criteria for taking part ?

East and South try to play their non-SFA member cup on the same dates as the Scottish Cup. Theoretically it should minimise the disruption to league fixtures. Especially on a first round date when everyone should either be playing a Scottish/Alba/Alex Jack Cup game. That's what precludes a Cup WInners Shield winner from playing in the following season's Alba/Alex Jack Cup since they'd be on Scottish Cup duty.

The West look to match up the Junior/Strathclyde dates instead.

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59 minutes ago, glensmad said:

Drumchapel will be disappointed to be out of this year's competition as it will mean no Scottish Cup for them next season, unless they have applied for their licence which I haven't heard about.

Surely if they win it they'll be allowed to enter next season.

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