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third round draw
Meadow host Arbroath in Scot Cup
Scottish Cup

Irvine Meadow have been handed a home draw against Arbroath in the third round of the Scottish Cup.

Fellow Ayrshire juniors Auchinleck Talbot will travel to Second Division leaders Stirling Albion if they can overcome Huntly in a replay.

Edinburgh City host Keith and Whitehill Welfare or Threave Rovers will meet Inverurie Loco Works, ensuring at least two non-senior sides will progress.

Brechin City must make the long trip north to face Wick Academy.

Spartans, who can boast a fine recent history in the tournament, host Forfar, while Highland League rivals Deveronvale and Buckie Thistle must replay for the right to host Ayr United.

Cove Rangers, who disposed of Annan Athletic in the previous round, are away to Stenhousemuir.

There is one all-First Division clash, with struggling Airdrie United at home to Queen of the South, who were beaten finalists in 2008.

Active Nation Scottish Cup, third round draw:

Airdrie United v Queen of the South
Ross County v Berwick Rangers
Whitehill Welfare or Threave Rovers v Inverurie Loco Works
Deveronvale or Buckie Thistle v Ayr United
Cowdenbeath v Alloa Athletic
Albion Rovers v Elgin City
Stirling Albion v Huntly or Auchinleck Talbot
Clyde v Livingston
Irvine Meadow v Arbroath
Edinburgh City v Keith
Wick Academy v Brechin City
Stenhousemuir v Cove Rangers
Greenock Morton v Dumbarton
Montrose v East Fife
Raith Rovers v Peterhead
Spartans v Forfar Athletic

The ties are due to be played on Saturday, 28 November 2009.

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