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Over the last five days, each of the eight Scottish FA Cup fourth round ties have taken place. The results were as follows:
Aberdeen FC 1-2 Hibernian FC
Ayr United 1-0 Dunfermline Athletic
Celtic 5-0 Dundee United
Heart of Midlothian 2-5 Rangers FC
Kilmarnock 3-2 Queen of the South (AET)
Motherwell FC 3-1 Greenock Morton
Spartans FC 1-4 Falkirk FC
St Johnstone 1-2 Partick Thistle
The draw for the quarter finals is expected to take place early next week.
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 16:03

Scottish FA Youth Cup 2016/17 - fourth round fixtures

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This week the last sixteen of the Scottish FA Youth Cup gets into full swing. Kilmarnock's dramatic victory over Queen of the South, is followed by seven further ties over the next four days. Here is a full rundown:
Kilmarnock 3-2 Queen of the South (AET)
Wed 30 November 2016 Rugby Park
Aberdeen (pictured, right, celebrating their win in the previous round) v Hibernian
Thursday 1 December 2016 Glebe Park 7.00pm
Celtic v Dundee United
Saturday 3 December 2016 Celtic Training Centre, Lennoxtown 1.00pm
St. Johnstone v Partick Thistle
Sunday 4 December 2016 McDiarmid Park 1.00pm
Ayr United v Dunfermline Athletic
Sunday 4 December 2016 Somerset Park 1.30pm
Spartans v Falkirk
Sunday 4 December 2016 Ainslie Park 2.00pm
Motherwell v Greenock Morton
Sunday 4 December 2016 Excelsior Stadium 4.00pm
Heart of Midlothian v Rangers
Sunday 4 December 2016 Oriam Performance Centre 5.00pm
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 15:27

SPFL Development League - W/C 28th October 2016 roundup

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As the season nears its midway point, there was a packed midweek of SPFL Development League football this week.
There were no goals in the tie between Dundee and Falkirk (click here for full match report). This draw puts Dundee up one place in the league ahead of Aberdeen although Aberdeen have three games in hand, Falkirk also moved up one spot on the table ahead of Motherwell on goal difference. Falkirk also have a game in hand and could move above the Hamilton Accies next week.
Our second match saw Dunfermline play Dundee United where a decisive goal fifty five minutes into the game saw Dunfermaline's Callum Smith rise above the defence and score a header. Dundee's keeper Brett Long did get a hand to it but it wasnt enough tot keep the ball out the back of the net. The win keeps Dunfermeline seventh and it also keeps Dundee United in thirteenth.
The third match of the week comes from Partick Thistle's tie at Airdrie's Excelsior Stadium, where they played Inverness CT. The first goal came from Inverness' Jamie Wilson in the twenty eighth minute of the game where he took an easy tap in from six yards out. The equaliser however didnt come until late into the second half when McLaughlin played Lamont through on goal and he drilled it home to take the game to a 1-1 draw.  This draw was short lived however with another goal coming from Jamie Wilson who chipped the goalie to restablish Inverness' lead. Thistle were to come back though with Lamont crossing the ball and Davied Syme puts it home in the 89th minute to bring it back to a draw of 2-2. This draw meant that Partick Thistle are now in second place but could move back down to third as Ross County have two games in hand and Inverness are still bottom of the league with just nine points from thirteen games.
The next game was Hearts vs Rangers where the visitors won 2-1. Rangers took the lead first with a good shot from Liam Burt but Hearts equalised on the stroke of half time with great heading effort from Russel McLean. The second half saw Rangers get a penalty after David Bates was fouled in the box, Zak Rudden stepped up and slotted it home to clinch the victory for Rangers. The win means that Rangers move up to eighth place above St Mirren and Hearts move down to sixteenth place.
Next up is St Johnstone vs Hamilton Accies (pictured, right), which resulted in a 2-0 win to Accies. The goals from the Accies came either side of the half with Danny Redmond scoring in the fourty first minute and then Eamonn Brophy scoring in the fifty-forth. Sub Marc Kelly seemed to make an impact according to the Accies website. The win for the Accies means that they stay in fourth place ahead of Falkirk. St Johnstone now sit in fourthteenth.
Our final game, rounding off the week's action on Wednesday afternoon, was St Mirren's home tie against Motherwell. An early goal from Motherwell's Dylan Mackin was cancelled out by O'Keefe, as the sides played out a 1-1 draw.
Monday, 21 November 2016 17:15

SYFA Cup 2016/17 - U19 R5 draw

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The Under 19 Scottish Cup fifth round draw is as follows:
Musselburgh Windsor FC v Cove BC/Pirie Park YFC
Burntisland Shipyard v Drumchapel United/Kelty Hearts Colts Development/Pollock United SA
Beith Juniors FC v Rothes Juniors FC/Glenvale AFC
Rutherglen Glencairn JFC/Coltswood Athletic v Clydebank FC
Hillwood BC v Broxburn Athletic Colts
Townhill FC v Harmony Row YC
Moorlands BC v Tynecastle FC
Bonnyton Thistle FC/Erskine Youth FC v Airdrie United
Ties will be played on Saturday 3rd or Sunday 4th December.
Monday, 21 November 2016 17:13

SYFA Cup 2016/17 - U17 R5 draw

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The Under 17 Scottish Cup fifth round draw is as follows:
Riverside FC v Hamilton Accies
Lochgelly Albert Colts v Giffnock SC Thistle
Eastvale/Dalziel BC v Tynecastle FC
Rothes Juniors FC/Rossvale FC v Syngenta Juveniles
Motherwell FC Community Trust Claret v East Kilbride FC
Burnhead Colts v Ferry Athletic/Shotts Victoria
Banks O'Dee Albion v The Celtic Boys Club
Harmony Row YC v Valspar FC
Ties will be played on Saturday 3rd or Sunday 4th December.
Monday, 21 November 2016 17:11

SYFA Cup 2016/17 - U16 R5 draw

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The Under 16 Scottish Cup fifth round draw is as follows:
Syngenta Juveniles/Tynecastle FC v Milton Rovers YFC
Mill United v Clydebank United BFC
Rangers SABC v Crosshouse BC Athletic
Milton FC v Portobello CFA
Glenrothes Athletic/Dryburgh Athletic v Clydebank FC
Broomhill Sports Club v Cantera FC Red
East Kilbride FC Blue v East Craigie Swifts/Edinburgh City Real
Lewis United Youth/Wishaw Wycombe Wanderers v Gartcairn FA
Ties will be played on Saturday 3rd or Sunday 4th December.
Monday, 21 November 2016 17:07

SYFA Cup 2016/17 - U15 R5 draw

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The Under 15 Scottish Cup fifth round draw is as follows:
Dryburgh Athletic/Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts v Tynecastle FC
Blantyre SA Black v Hillwood BC/Drumsagard FAC/Murieston UNited
EKFC Blue v Stirling City
Glenvale AFC v Greig Park/Bonnyton Thistle
Oban Saints v Jimmy Johnstone Academy
PFD United v Park Villa BC
Spartans FC Youth v AC Irvine
Broomhill SC (PJ&D) v Giffnock SC/Rossvale Thistle
Ties will be played on Saturday 3rd or Sunday 4th December.
Monday, 21 November 2016 17:05

SYFA Cup 2016/17 - U14 R5 draw

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The Under 14 Scottish Cup fifth round draw is as follows:
Stenhousemuir BC/Falkirk FCF Blue v Stamperland FC (PJ&D)
Barrhead YFC v Irvine Meadow/Arbroath Lads Club
Elgin Star v Finnart BC
Dunbeth FC v Drumsagard FAC
Glenrothes Strollers/Blue Brazil BC v Leith Athletic
Dyce BC v Bellfield Royals
Hutchison Vale v CBC Hilton
Johnstone Burgh or Tass Thistle v Banks O'Dee Albion
Ties will be played on Saturday 3rd or Sunday 4th December.
Monday, 21 November 2016 16:53

SYFA Cup 2016/17 - U13 R5 draw

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The Under 13 Scottish Cup fifth round draw is as follows:
Carbrain Boys Club Claret v Hutchison Vale
Musselburgh Windsor v Giffnock North BC United
Sygenta Juveniles v Tynecastle FC
Larkhall Thistle Blue v Kilsyth Athletic
Templehall United/Linlithgow Rose v Portobello CFA
Spartans FC Youth/Dyce Boys Club v Blue Brazil BC
Giffnock SC Red v Drumsagard FAC
Clarkston BC/Fairmuir BC/St Peters BC v Gairdoch United
Ties will be played on Saturday 3rd or Sunday 4th December.
Tuesday, 08 November 2016 16:23

Scottish FA Youth Cup 2016/17: Round 4 draw

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The draw for the fourth round of the Scottish FA Youth Cup, was conducted today at Hampden Park. It has sprung up a number of exciting ties.
The final remaining non SPFL side, Spartans, will play host to the winner of Falkirk's tie against Ross County. There is a repeat of the 2014 final, with Hearts hosting Rangers. Ayr United's (pictured, right) reward for their victory over Inverness is a home tie against Dunfermline. Holders Motherwell host Morton.
The full draw is as follows:
Celtic FC v Dundee United
Aberdeen FC v Hibernian FC
Heart of Midlothian v Rangers FC
Kilmarnock FC v Queen of the South
Motherwell FC v Greenock Morton
St. Johnstone FC v Partick Thistle
Ayr United v Dunfermline Athletic
Spartans v Falkirk or Ross County
Ties to be played on or before Sunday 4th December 2016.