Scottish Cup: Beith Juniors and Bonnyrigg Rose face Championship tests

Jai Quitongo (left) and Graeme Shinnie
League Cup semi-finalists Morton begin their Scottish Cup campaign away to Beith Juniors

Beith Juniors reward for beating BSC Glasgow on Saturday is a home draw with Championship side Greenock Morton in the third round of the Scottish Cup.

Bonnyrigg Rose are also at home to Championship opposition - Dumbarton - on the weekend of 26/27 November.

League One leaders Brechin City will host Ayr United, while Livingston, just one point behind Brechin, are away to fifth-placed Airdrieonians.

League Two pair Clyde and Arbroath will meet for a place in the fourth round.

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Third generation Bonnyrigg Rose

Four more Championship sides, including tournament holders Hibernian, and all 12 Premiership teams enter in round four.


Elgin City v Hawick Royal Albert

Airdrieonians v Livingston

Buckie Thistle/Gretna 2008 v Dunfermline Athletic

Stirling Albion v Wick Academy

St Mirren v Spartans

Stranraer v East Kilbride

Cumbernauld Colts/Forres Mechanics v Stenhousemuir

East Fife v Edinburgh City/Forfar Athletic

Albion Rovers v Queen of the South

Clyde v Arbroath

Banks O'Dee/Formartine United v Annan Athletic/East Stirlingshire

Beith Juniors v Greenock Morton

Brechin City v Ayr United

Bonnyrigg Rose v Dumbarton

Peterhead v Alloa Athletic

Queen's Park v Montrose

Ties to be played the weekend of 26 and 27 November

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