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Scottish Cup weekend

This weekend two Midlothian clubs will battle it out for a place in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Junior Cup.

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Whitehill's Jamie Chapman celebrates after scoring

Welfare’s revenge mission

Whitehill made amends for being knocked out of last weekend’s cup quarter-final with a 
resounding victory over 
Hawick.

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Action from the Penicuik v Bo'ness United match

Easton saves the day with penalty block

Bo’ness took the game to Penicuik from the onset and could have scored twice within the first 10 minutes.

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SBMDalkeith's Micheal Hunter evades this challenge to go on and score.

Four goal Dalkeith make it four league wins in a row

The Jags started the game with Mikey Hunter and Darryl Devlin pulling the strings in the middle of the park.

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Wayne McIntosh celebrates his first goal

The Rose ease into last 16 of cup at the second attempt

Bonnyrigg Rose strolled into the last 16 of the Scottish 
Junior Cup with a convincing win over Kilsyth.

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Scottish Junior Cup

Scottish Junior Cup draw

The draw for the fifth round of the Scottish Junior Cup this week pulled out some tasty ties.

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Broxburn v Penicuik at Albyn Park

Penicuik in six goal thriller

Penicuik got off to the perfect start in the fourth minute when Lewis Barr’s diagonal pass picked out Ross Montgomery on the left.

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Paul Tansey puts Dalkeith ahead

Late winner for Jags

For the second time this season The Jags picked up all three points against St Andrews United with a last gasp winner.

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Action from Easthouses Lily v Oakley

Good win for Easthouses

Easthouses Lily produced a match winning performance at the Newbattle Complex last Saturday with a 3-1 win over Oakley United.

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Congratulations for Paul McBride after putting Kilsyth two up against Bonnyrigg

Kilsyth 2 Bonnyrigg 2: Rangers denied in Scottish Cup thriller

Kilsyth Rangers came within seven minutes of knocking out Bonnyrigg Rose in a pulsating Scottish Junior Cup fourth round tie at Duncansfield on Saturday.

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DEAN HOSKINS scores penalty for Bonnyrigg rose during the William Hill Scottish Cup Fourth Round tie between Bonnyrigg Rose & Hibernian at Tynecastle Stadium on 21 January 2017  Picture: Alan Rennie

Gulf in class turns historic cup tie into mission impossible for brave Bonnyrigg

Bonnyrigg Rose 1 Hibernian 8

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Callum Connelly (7) scrambles home Penicuiks equaliser.

Penicuik progress in Scottish Cup after victory in Ayrshire

Girvan 2 Penicuik Athletic 3

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Junior football.

Round-up: Away wins for Easthouses and Dalkeith

DOWNFIELD 2 DALKEITH THISTLE 4

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Newtongrange keeper Liam Amos celebrates Star going 1-0 up at a fog-bound Camelon. Pic: Scott Louden

Star hit four at fogbound Camelon

Camelon 1 Newtongrange Star 4

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Bonnyrigg Rose chairman Charlie Kirkwood

Bonnyrigg chairman: We can dare to dream

Bonnyrigg Rose chairman Charlie Kirkwood has been associated with the club for over 50 years, but Saturday’s trip to Tynecastle will be his proudest moment yet.

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Robbie Horn addresses his players after a victory over Glasgow University in a previous round.  Picture Robert Perry

Bonnyrigg boss plotting major cup shock against Hibs

Bonnyrigg Rose manager Robbie Horne has backed his players to rise to the occasion in their eagerly anticipated Scottish Cup clash with Hibernian this weekend.

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Dundonald v Bonnyrigg Rose. January 7, 2017. Pic: George Wallace

Unlucky 13 as champions go down in Dundonald

Dundonald Bluebell 3 Bonnyrigg Rose 1

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Action from Dalkeith v Whitburn. Pic: Alan Watson

Second half double whammy secures win for Dalkeith

Dalkeith Thistle 3 Whitburn 1

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Action from Newtongrange v Broughty Ath. Pic: Alan Wilson

Newtongrange come from behind to share the points

Newtongrange Star 1 Broughty Athletic 1

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