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Brora Rangers come from behind to set up dream Scottish Cup tie against Hearts at Dudgeon Park

By Will Clark

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Scottish Cup first round

Camelon Juniors 1

Brora Rangers 2

Scorers - Camelon: Morrison (45) Brora: Macrae (65) Nicolson (74)

Mark Nicolson scored the winner. Picture: Daniel Forsyth
Mark Nicolson scored the winner. Picture: Daniel Forsyth

BRORA Rangers will meet Hearts in the second round of the Scottish Cup after coming from behind to defeat nine-man Camelon Juniors.

The Sutherland outfit fell behind on the stroke of half time as David Morrison gave Camelon the lead.

But Jordan Macrae levelled for Brora Rangers midway through the second half.

Camelon were reduced to 10 men on 68 minutes when Greg MacPherson received a straight red card.

Mark Nicolson put Brora Rangers in front with 16 minutes remaining when his free-kick sailed straight into the net.

Camelon goalkeeper Scott Law was sent off with a minute remaining after bringing down a player outside of the box.

Brora Rangers will now face Hearts in the second round at Dudgeon Park.

However the Scottish Cup along with the Highland League was today suspended for three weeks due to the national lockdown.

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