Brora Rangers are used to taking the road less travelled.
Inverurie Locos midfielder Sam Burnett is confident his side can make amends for last week’s Highland League Cup exit by reaching the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Jonny Crawford is desperate to make up for lost time after returning from injury to help Formartine United defeat Inverurie Locos in the Highland League Cup.
Saturday brings the Scottish Cup third round to three Highland League clubs with designs on progress.
Brora Rangers go into their Scottish Cup third round meeting with Morton brimming with confidence after netting seven goals without reply for the second Saturday in a row.
After reaching the quarter final of the Scottish Cup with a comprehensive 38-18 home win over Stirling Wolves last weekend, Highland return to league duty this weekend when they entertain Ayr in National 1.
Fort William’s Scottish Cup adventure was ended by a blistering first-half display by Albion Rovers, who stormed to a 4-0 interval lead.
Fort William midfielder Jack Brown refuses to believe a Scottish Cup second round replay victory over League 2 side Albion Rovers is beyond his side today.
Auchinleck Talbot knocked Cove Rangers out of the Scottish Cup for the second year in a row thanks to Dwayne Hyslop’s priceless 88th minute headed goal.
Peterhead and Elgin have been dealt tough draws in the third round of the Scottish Cup, while Highland League side Brora Rangers will face Championship side Greenock Morton.
A late header from Gabriel Hastings kept Fort William in the Scottish Cup as the Highlanders battled back to earn a draw at Albion Rovers.
Cove Rangers will be viewed as an even bigger scalp this year for Scottish Cup opponents Auchinleck Talbot, according to Jordon Brown.
Brora Rangers striker Paul Brindle is looking forward to going back to his roots to face his old club Clach at Grant Street in Saturday’s Scottish Cup second round tie.
Greg Tansey's retirement has given him plenty of time to reflect. There was only one place to start.
Caley Thistle's Scottish Cup-winning midfielder Greg Tansey has retired from professional football.
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart wants players to make most of TV time in Scottish Cup tie at Bonnyrigg Rose
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart urged his players to make their own memories after their Scottish Cup second round tie against Bonnyrigg Rose was chosen for live TV.
Inverurie Locos centre-half Eric Watson has apologised to his manager Neil Cooper after footage of Saturday’s Scottish Cup first round tie appeared to show the former Cove Rangers captain head-butting Wick Academy striker Davie Allan.
Inverurie Locos defender Eric Watson cited for off-the-ball incident in Scottish Cup tie with Wick Academy
Eric Watson has been cited for violent conduct after an alleged headbutt in Inverurie Locos’ Scottish Cup tie with Wick Academy.
Buckie Thistle's Scottish Cup second round tie at Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic will be shown live on BBC Scotland.
Buckie Thistle’s impressive start to the season continued on Saturday as they convincingly beat Lowland League side Civil Service Strollers 4-1 to secure a place in the second round of the Scottish Cup.
A solitary Thomas Coyne goal was enough to put East of Scotland League side Linlithgow Rose through to the Scottish Cup second round following a 1-0 win over Huntly.
Banks o’ Dee strode into the second round of the Scottish Cup with a convincing 4-1 victory over a lacklustre Forres Mechanics at sun-drenched Mosset Park.
Rothes manager Ross Jack was thrilled to start with a 4-3 Scottish Cup victory against Caledonian Braves in his first game in charge.
Fort William cruised into the second round of the Scottish Cup with a 5-0 thrashing of Lowland League side Vale of Leithen.
Despite dominating Lowland League opponents Bonnyrigg Rose, Fraserburgh succumbed to a sucker-punch as they lost an injury time goal to crash out of this season’s Scottish Cup.
Cove Rangers have been handed a chance to avenge last season’s Scottish Cup defeat to Auchinleck Talbot.
Formartine United face a short trip to nearby Turriff United in one of four all-Highland League ties in the first round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
A year ago this morning, Scottish cricket was basking in glory and celebrating banner headlines after the national side’s dramatic ODI triumph over England in Edinburgh.
When Jamie MacDonald spilled a Marley Watkins shot in the dying moments of the second half, James Vincent made history by clinching Caley Thistle's first-ever Scottish Cup triumph.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis has called for the Scottish FA to take strong action to tackle Scottish football’s sectarian problem.
Police are investigating sectarian abuse directed at Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes.
You could forgive Carl Tremarco for thinking it is just not meant to be for him at Hampden Park.