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Brora Rangers aim for Scottish Cup fourth round when they face Pollok in the Scottish Cup


By Will Clark

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Ally Macdonald. Picture: James Mackenzie.
Ally Macdonald. Picture: James Mackenzie.

BRORA Rangers will look to give themselves the chance of earning a dream draw in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup when they take on Pollok in the third round at Dudgeon Park tomorrow afternoon.

The Cattachs, who have achieved major success in the national tournament in recent years, will be looking to to reach the fourth round tomorrow when they take on the West of Scotland Premier League outfit.

Brora manager Ally MacDonald says the Scottish Cup is a special tournament for Brora Rangers and knows how lucrative a place in the fourth round could be for the club.

Speaking on Brora Rangers TV, he said: “Scottish Cup is something we talk about a lot and it is an exciting tournament to be in.

“We have an interesting game against Pollok, we will do our homework and get familiar with their players.

“It’s an opportunity for us to progress further, it’s exciting for the boys, exciting for us and to get them up here we are looking forward to it.”

Brora Rangers have had an impressive run in the Scottish Cup this season.

They started off their campaign with a 5-1 win over Berwick Rangers in the first round in September.

In the second round, they stunned League Two high flyers Stenhousemuir with a 2-0 victory at Ochil View in October.

Pollok are currently in sixth place in the West of Scotland League.

They defeated Benburb, Penicuik Athletic and Gala Fairydean Rovers to reach the third round.


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