Headline Makers Revisited (Strathclyde Saturday Morning AFL – 2016/17)

SHAWBRIDGE AFC were handed a bye in the draw for the Harley’s Sky Bar Strathclyde Cup at the start of the 2016-2017 season, writes Tom Scott.

The Glasgow South Side club, who had lost out 2-1 in the thrilling New Tinto Park final against Tynecastle AFC, would await the winners of a clash between AS Airdrie and Calderglen.

Meanwhile, the Cup holders were given a home draw against UB United.

As can be seen from the FULL SECOND ROUND DRAW, there was plenty of competition to win silverware from that level of Scottish Amateur Football.

Renfrew v Bargeddie; East Kilbride Accies or Cambusnethan Talbot v Port Glasgow United or AFC Ravenscraig; Motherwell C.T. v Westercommon or East Kilbride Thistle; Maryhill Black Star v Quayside; Port Glasgow Celtic or Victoria Croftfoot v Uddingston Accies or Holytown Colts; Glasgow South or Bengal Lancers v Bridgeton Vale; Barony of Blackhall v Tynecastle A.F.C. (holders) or UB United; Clydebank Ams or Windlaw v Blochairn Star; Semsa v Southside Whitecart; DTI v Tantallon Victoria; Glenwood v Chaplains; Firhill v Kelvinbridge; Plains v Manhattan Blacks or Barshaw; East Dunbartonshire v Carluke; Shawbridge v AS Airdrie or Calderglen; Petershall Villa or Dennistoun Vale v Kirkintilloch Thistle.

If YOUR CLUB would like to recapture a significant moment of success again why not contact Tom? Send him a message through the usual channels of communication. Don’t forget to include your full name, the club you represent and of course a contact number.

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