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Listen: Balls & Whistles episode 10 – Colts in the SPFL, return of lower league football and Scottish Cup, Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Ross County previews and more!


By Andrew Henderson

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Listen to episode 10 of Balls & Whistles now!
Listen to episode 10 of Balls & Whistles now!

It is a big week for football as League One, League Two and the Scottish Cup get set to return! We felt that called for the cavalry, so Will and Andrew were joined for this episode by Craig Christie and Alasdair Fraser to preview the action over the next few days and cover the biggest talking points in north sport.

First on the agenda is a discussion on the proposed plan to expand League Two, which could see two sides from the Lowland League, two teams from the Highland League and Colts sides from Rangers and Celtic join the lowest tier of the SPFL, before attention turns to Elgin City's return to action for the first time in 2021 and next week's Scottish Cup ties.

Of course, there is still time to talk about Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Ross County's respective weeks, before a couple of non-football stories in cycling and golf to wrap things up.

Get in touch with the show on Twitter (@Balls_Whistles) or by emailing ballsandwhistles@hnmedia.co.uk.

Timestamps

Introductions – Start to 1:10

Potential League Two restructuring – 1:10 to 15:06

Elgin City returning to action – 15:06 to 22:30

Scottish Cup – 22:30 to 32:15

ICT – 32:15 to 38:50

Ross County – 38:50 to 46:11

Beth MacIver selected by Movistar – 46:11 to 47:18

North Golf Winter Alliance, Alasdair Washington and outros – 47:18 to end.

Related reading

Elgin City issue statement on Colts proposal

Poll: What do you think of SPFL restructure plans?

Edinburgh City travel to Borough Briggs for League Two return

Buckie prepared to face Inverness in Scottish Cup

Ridgers hopes win over Raith will be Caley Thistle's turning point

White happy with Ross County's attacking options


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