Scottish Cup, National League Cup, Shield and Bowl semi-final draws revealed

All matches are scheduled to be played on Saturday 28th March

Currie Chieftains will play Edinburgh Accies at Malleny Park in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup. Image: Fraser Gaffney
Currie Chieftains will play Edinburgh Accies at Malleny Park in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup. Image: Fraser Gaffney

CURRIE CHIEFTAINS will host Edinburgh Accies, while Premiership leaders Marr will host the only remaining National One representatives in the competition, Heriot’s, in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup on 28th March.

The draw for the semi-finals of the National League Cup, the National Shield and the National Bowl have also been made.


Last weekend’s Scottish Cup quarter-final reports:

Highland v Marr: visitors scrape through but Highland earn big praise

Edinburgh Accies v Jed-Forest: hosts blow away league blues to book Cup semi-final spot

Currie Chieftains v Hawick: Malleny Park men book semi-final spot

Gala v Heriot’s Blues: mastery of the maul takes visitors into last four


Scottish Cup semi-final draw –

Currie Chieftains v Edinburgh Academical

Marr v Heriot’s Blues

National League Cup –

Howe of Fife v GHK

Lasswade v Stewart’s Melville RFC or Preston Lodge RFC

National Shield –

East Kilbride v Hawick Harlequins or Duns

Orkney v Haddington or Royal High

National Bowl –

Aberdeenshire v East Bowl Winner

Lochaber v Kinross

  • All these ties are scheduled to be played on Saturday 28th March

National One round-up: Biggar march on with Boroughmuir win

National Two round-up: Stew-Mel defeat Dumfries Saints to go top

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David has worked as a freelance rugby journalist since 2004 covering every level of the game in Scotland for publications including he Herald/Sunday Herald, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Scotsman/Scotland on Sunday/Evening News, The Daily Record, The Daily Mail/Mail on Sunday and The Sun.