Martin Scott wants GFR fans to turn up in numbers at the cup final

Rovers qualified for the final after a 1-0 win over Celty Hearts of League One at New Central Park on 21 January.

Rose qualified after beating FC Edinburgh 3-1 on 7 February.

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Gala Fairydean Rovers also played Linlithgow Rose at Penicuik in May in the East of Scotland Qualifying Cup Final.

On that occasion, Rose took the lead with a goal from Alan Docherty before Xander Murray equalized for the Gala.

The Borders then dominated the second half and it was unfortunate that a powerful penalty was denied before Rose took the lead with another goal from Docherty in the 83rd minute. Shaun Hever wrapped things up in the nick of time.

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Chief of the celebration event Martin Scott said: “It’s a tight park and grass surface so it will be a different challenge for us. We hope we can accommodate a large crowd as we know Linlithgow will bring in a great support.”

Rose currently leads the East of Scotland Premier League, 10 points ahead of second-placed Gunfield Swifts and looks set to be promoted to the Lowland League next season,

Gala are 12th in the Low League with 40 points, which equals the highest point total since the club’s inception in 2013.

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