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Brora Rangers' Scottish Cup first round match against Camelon Juniors postponed for a fifth time


By Andrew Henderson

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Brora Rangers will have to wait a little longer to play their Scottish Cup first round tie against Camelon Juniors after suffering a fifth postponement.

The Cattachs had originally travelled down to Carmuirs Park on Boxing Day and played 45 minutes of the match before it was abandoned at half time.

It was initially rearranged for Saturday, January 2, only for the pitch to be frozen, with the same applying for the third proposed date of Monday night.

In a bid to finally get the tie completed, it was moved to an artificial surface at Westfield Park in Dunipace for tonight, but once again the surface has frozen, forcing another call-off.

The two teams are now set to face off on Saturday afternoon, also at Westfield Park, with a second round home tie against Hearts awaiting the eventual winners.


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