Camelon to host Brora Rangers in Scottish Cup after historic win at Deveronvale

Camelon Juniors are through to the first round of the Scottish Cup for the first time in their history after a thumping 4-1 win at Deveronvale on Saturday.

Camelon are through to the Scottish Cup first round for the first time ever
Camelon are through to the Scottish Cup first round for the first time ever

And the Mariners' reward for their exploits is a plum tie at home to Highland League champions Brora Rangers, to be played on Boxing Day.

Two first-half goals put Camelon in command in their second preliminary round encounter at Deveronvale's Princess Royal Park.

Connor McMullan put them in front after 28 minutes and Stephen Docherty - on as an early substitute for the injured Conor McKenzie - added a second with a screamer four minutes from the break.

Mark Stowe made it 3-0 in 51 minutes and McMullan's second of the afternoon five minutes later put the result of the tie beyond any doubt.

Grant Noble pulled one back for the hosts near the end but it wasn't enough to prevent the Mariners sailing through.