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underway recently with Star and 2008 ready for the challengeThe two clubs from Dumfries and Galloway face tough away trips on the opening day of the campaign. Share11:23, 29 JUL 2016Updated11:34, 29 JUL 2016Star boss Darren Kerr is anxious about the start of the wholesale nfl jerseys
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The Scottish Lowland League gets back underway recently with the region now represented by just two teams.
2008 and Star take their places but Threave Rovers have dropped down to the South of Scotland League after three unsuccessful years in their competitors.
Boss Barry Graham has added Queens’ Jack Brannan to his www.wap-maxbet.com
squad on a tendency loan. The 18 year old defender will continue to train with Queens and feature for their development side while also turning out for.
The managers said: “He’ll prosper for us. I watched him play at the Raydale Cup and he was optimal.
“We’re getting there when using the squad now. We have 14 new players so it will require adequate time to settle down,
Queen together with the South’s Jack Brannan is now on loan at
another new face with a Queen of the South link is Danny Armstrong. The goalie is the Palmerston club’s world coach and joins after impressing Graham.
The gaffer is optimistic prior to new season but knows they face a tough task against Cumbernauld.
He built in: “We played them twice last season and they were the best team we played football wise. They play at Broadwood on 3G and they’re a particularly nice side.
“But I’m always advantageous for the first game of a new season.
“We’ve got a good dressing room this year but it might take a month or so for us to settle down and find our feet,
The club start their Lowland League campaign the day after tomorrow with a tricky tie away at Vale of Leithen in the Scottish Borders.