With most of the Lowland League in Football Nation Qualifying Cup action this weekend, it was down to six teams to provide the entertainment and provide they did! Here’s Ronan, Craig, and Martin with the details…
With most of the Lowland League in Football Nation Qualifying Cup action this weekend, there’s an opportunity for some of the teams to make up their match deficits! BSC Glasgow, Civil Service Strollers, Cumbernauld Colts, Dalbeattie Star, East Stirlingshire, and Edusport Academy are all in action.
Another interesting week gone as we hurtle toward a big weekend for Lowland League and East of Scotland League sides in the Football Nation Qualifying Cup. Let’s join Craig, Ronan and Martin and find out how your side (and all the other ones!) got this weekend…
It seems like no time at all since we last spoke, probably because it was Monday. Yes, folks, it’s time for Matchday 4’s Lowland League Weekend Preview as some of the early season’s big hitters come under the microscopes of Ronan Alexander, Craig Edwards and Martin Fleming.
It’s that time again, we’re back with the Lowland League Preview! From now on, coming to you from the keyboards of our reporting team, Ronan Alexander, Craig Edwards and (from next week) Jordan Robertson!
In the first of a regular series, our very own Lowland League virgin Alistair Wollaston gives his impression of the grounds and games as a first timer, and where better to start off than at the home of the Lowland League champions, The Spartans.
To say we at the Roundup were excited about the big kick off in the Lowland League would be a slight understatement. At one point, the room in which we were locked over the close-season was so buzzing that the door hinges almost gave way, giving us a glimpse of the promise of the outside world.
The new Lowland League season is almost upon us and to get you in the mood, we asked our reporters to take a look at the teams involved.
Here are some of Michael Park’s thoughts on Dalbeattie Star, East Stirlingshire, Kelty Hearts, and Vale of Leithen, should you be able to bear them.