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Inverness Caledonian Thistle set for away trip to Clyde in Scottish Women's Cup after second round draw was made


By Andrew Henderson

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle have been drawn away to Clyde in the Scottish Women's Cup second round.

Caley Thistle are one of 26 Championship teams entering the competition at this stage, and will face one of their counterparts in the regionalised south league.

Caley Thistle will be looking to progress in the Scottish Cup. Picture: Gary Anthony
Caley Thistle will be looking to progress in the Scottish Cup. Picture: Gary Anthony

ICT had harboured pre-season hopes of a promotion push with two bites at the apple available this season, but have to make up some ground on Montrose and East Fife in the Championship North if they are to do that.

Clyde meanwhile are solidly in mid-table in 10th in the 17-team Championship South, winning four of their 11 league games so far this season and losing seven.

The only other Highlands representation still left in the tournament comes in the form of Sutherland, who are yet to play their first round tie against Bishopton.

That will take place this Sunday, with the winner getting a home tie against Championship North outfit Grampian.

Ties will be played on or before Sunday, December 19.


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