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STRANRAER may have already started their season on Saturday, but the big kickoff is yet to come for the under 20 and South teams.

The 20s return to Stair Park with a friendly against 2015/16 Scottish Junior Cup winners Beith Juniors on Sunday 23 July, kicking off at 1pm.

Stuart Wild's side then face a series of pre-season fixtures on the road, before starting their SPFL Development League West campaign with a home game against Queen's Park on Monday 21 August.

The South setup consists entirely of local footballers, and will get their season underway at Stair Park on Saturday 29 July against Lochmaben in the Betfred Cup.

Then, former Blues manager Keith Knox returns to Stair Park with his Creetown side in the South team's first league game on Wednesday 2 August.

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Admission to 20s and South team games at Stair Park is as follows:

Adults £4, Senior Citizens 65+ and Secondary School £2, Primary School free.

Please note: Season tickets are valid for the South of Scotland League games, but not cup ties, 20s games or friendlies.

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 Pos  Team  Pld   Pts 
1 Clyde 0 0
2 Edinburgh City
0 0
3 Motherwell 0 0
4 QOS 0 0
5 Stranraer 0 0



Grant Anderson, Kyle Turner, Jamie Hamill, Chris McGowan, Andrew McDonald (St Mirren), Max Currie, Lyle Avci (Ayr United), Cameron Elliott, Sam Lidington, Mark Lamont (East Fife), David Brownlie (Airdrieonians), David Smith (Dumbarton), Connor McManus (East Fife), Luke Donnelly (Queen's Park), Adam Cummins (Queen's Park), Max Ashmore (Ross County).

OUT: Angus Beith (end of loan), Dylan Dykes (end of loan), Dean Hawkshaw (end of loan), Ross Lyon (end of loan), Cameron MacPherson (end of loan), David Barron, Stephen Okoh, Paul Woods (East Kilbride), Scott Robertson (Airdrieonians), Ryan Thomson, Morgyn Neill (Stenhousemuir), Scott Agnew (East Fife), Gavin Scott (scholarship, USA).

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