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Auchinleck to face Huntly in cup

Scottish Cup

The draw for the second round of the Active Nation Scottish Cup has paired junior side Auchinleck Talbot with Highland League outfit Huntly.

Stranraer face a long trip to take on Inverurie Loco Works, while Burntisland Shipyard will cross the Forth to play Edinburgh City.

Civil Service Strollers welcome Berwick Rangers and Selkirk host Irvine Meadow.

Queen's Park, winners of the first tournament in 1873/74, take on Livingston in the 125th Scottish Cup.

Second-round draw for the Scottish Cup:

Queen's Park v Livingston
Nairn County v Elgin City
Fraserburgh or Bonnyrigg Rose v Spartans
Deveronvale v Buckie Thistle or Forres Mechanics
Whitehill Welfare or Wigtown & Bladnoch v Threave Rovers
Inverurie Loco Works v Stranraer
Vale of Leithen v Keith
Forfar Athletic v East Stirlingshire
Cove Rangers v Annan Athletic
Selkirk v Irvine Meadow
Girvan v Clachnacuddin or Wick Academy
Lossiemouth v Albion Rovers
Edinburgh City v Burntisland Shipyard
Banks O Dee v Montrose
Huntly v Auchinleck Talbot
Civil Service Strollers v Berwick Rangers

Ties to be played on Saturday 24 October 2009.

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see also
Cup match-fixing probe launched
29 Sep 09 |  South of Scotland
Juniors prove a Scottish Cup hit
26 Sep 09 |  Scottish Cups
Talbot ready for Scottish Cup bow
25 Sep 09 |  Scottish Cups
Locos land home Scottish Cup tie
03 Sep 09 |  Scottish Cups
Scottish Cup given new branding
21 Sep 09 |  Scottish Cups

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