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Get 7 matches played in August. 4 Saturdays and the first 3 Wednesdays the 4th is getting a bit dodgy for light.

The 3 Wednesdays can be used geographically. We now have 4 in the Dundee and North Fife area Broughty, Carnoustie, Tayport and St Andrews. Furthest distance 26 miles

Midlothian gives you Penicuik, Newtongrange, Bonnyrigg and Musselburgh. Furthest distance 11 miles

Kelty, Hill O'Beath, Bo'ness and Broxburn. Furthest distance 25 miles

Lastly, Linlithgow, Fauldhouse, Camelon and Sauchie. Furthest distance 26 miles

Bold represents the longest journeys.

This represents almost 25% of the league season and is not difficult to achieve.

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Only a complete cretin would suggest seeding cup competitions, oh......

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Get 7 matches played in August. 4 Saturdays and the first 3 Wednesdays the 4th is getting a bit dodgy for light.

The 3 Wednesdays can be used geographically. We now have 4 in the Dundee and North Fife area Broughty, Carnoustie, Tayport and St Andrews. Furthest distance 26 miles

Midlothian gives you Penicuik, Newtongrange, Bonnyrigg and Musselburgh. Furthest distance 11 miles

Kelty, Hill O'Beath, Bo'ness and Broxburn. Furthest distance 25 miles

Lastly, Linlithgow, Fauldhouse, Camelon and Sauchie. Furthest distance 26 miles

Bold represents the longest journeys.

This represents almost 25% of the league season and is not difficult to achieve.

Good summary of midweek possibilities. Should also instigate the "Derby Saturday" which Dr V has pressed for in the past.

3rd or 4th Saturday in August:

Broughty v Carnoustie

Tayport v St Andrews

Newtongrange v Bonnyrigg

Penicuik v Musselburgh

Broxburn v Fauldhouse

Camelon v Sauchie

Hill o Beath v Kelty

Linlithgow v Bo'ness

Hopefully still decent weather and an end - particularly for Bo'ness and the Rose to this refusal to schedule the first meeting until the season is 7 or 8 months old.

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Good summary of midweek possibilities. Should also instigate the "Derby Saturday" which Dr V has pressed for in the past.

3rd or 4th Saturday in August:

Broughty v Carnoustie

Tayport v St Andrews

Newtongrange v Bonnyrigg

Penicuik v Musselburgh

Broxburn v Fauldhouse

Camelon v Sauchie

Hill o Beath v Kelty

Linlithgow v Bo'ness

Hopefully still decent weather and an end - particularly for Bo'ness and the Rose to this refusal to schedule the first meeting until the season is 7 or 8 months old.

This would make a great 1st day of the season,or Boxing day & Jan 2 fixtures,but that depends on the weather
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Good summary of midweek possibilities. Should also instigate the "Derby Saturday" which Dr V has pressed for in the past.

3rd or 4th Saturday in August:

Broughty v Carnoustie

Tayport v St Andrews

Newtongrange v Bonnyrigg

Penicuik v Musselburgh

Broxburn v Fauldhouse

Camelon v Sauchie

Hill o Beath v Kelty

Linlithgow v Bo'ness

Hopefully still decent weather and an end - particularly for Bo'ness and the Rose to this refusal to schedule the first meeting until the season is 7 or 8 months old.

With a bit of forward thinking by the clubs, a programme like this would be ideal for a ground hop weekend, which if managed correctly could generate the pennies for the clubs involved.

For example

Friday night

Broxburn v Fauldhouse

Saturday

11.30 Broughty v Carnoustie

14.30 Tayport v St Andrews

18.15 Hill Of Beath v Kelty

Sunday

12.00 Camelon v Sauchie

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With a bit of forward thinking by the clubs, a programme like this would be ideal for a ground hop weekend, which if managed correctly could generate the pennies for the clubs involved.

For example

Friday night

Broxburn v Fauldhouse

Saturday

11.30 Broughty v Carnoustie

14.30 Tayport v St Andrews

18.15 Hill Of Beath v Kelty

Sunday

12.00 Camelon v Sauchie

I think if the management committee sat down with representatives from every club asking would they be happy to play Fridays and Sunday's.....I would generate money for the home club and give every club there chance at home on the Friday or Sunday with a possible Derby and get the neautrals from other clubs who would come along rather that sit at home or be dragged round asda with the wife....good suggestion I hope someone will propose it at the forthcoming Scottish agm and clubs vote for it
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