BO’NESS JUNIORS boss Paul Ronald is expecting a response from his players against Camelon in the Fife and Lothians Cup tonight after seeing his side lose to St Andrews in the league on Saturday, writes JOHN GILMOUR. Ronald, who saw his hopes of winning a third Super League title in a row take a major dent, said: “A big game like this should bring a response from the players.”
Elsewhere in the third round, Bonnyrigg Rose are at home to Fife side Rosyth while in the South Division, Fauldhouse and Dalkeith face tough games against Whitburn and Haddington respectively and Blackburn play host to Stoneyburn, with Spartans also at home to Dunbar. Livingston are at home to West Calder. All games kick off at 6.30pm.