Carluke Rovers look forward to Scottish Cup debut after SFA licence joy

Carluke Rovers will play in the Scottish Cup this coming season after they became a SFA licenced club last week.

Paul Davies’ side can now look forward to being involved in the country’s flagship competition when the preliminary rounds kick off in August.

At the SFA’s annual general meeting at Hampden , Carluke Rovers match secretary Garry Simpson accepted the SFA Licence Certificate from newly-appointed SFA chairman, Michael Mulraney, on behalf of the club.

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