The 2014 Scottish Amateur Championship reaches last-32 stage at Downfield Golf Club and the line-up reads as detailed below.

British Amateur Golf Champion, Bradley Neil, will face former champion and Blairgowrie Golf Club colleague, Glenn Campbell, in the round of 32. The winner shall play Stewart Smith or Fraser Davren.

Defending champion, Zander Culverwell, is safely through and will face Kyle McClung.

4th seed Jack McDonald has also advanced and plays Euan Bowden.

Chris Robb from Meldrum House, who has won two SGU Order of Merit events this season faces Ben Kinsley, The winner will be up against former NCAA collegiate golf team mate,  Liam Johnston or Ben Ferguson.

Former champion and reinstated golfer, Barry Hume, faces Gordon Munro.

Another former champion, Grant Forrest, is up against Jamie Lamb.

Three other Scottish Internationalists also made it safely through - Connor Syme, Graeme Robertson and Matthew Clark.

2014 Scottish Amateur Championship Round of 32 Matches scheduled for Thursday a.m.:-

8.00 Glenn Campbell v Bradley Neil
8.08 Stewart Smith v Fraser Davren

8.16 Josh Jamieson v Kenny MacAskill
8.25 Kyle McClung v Zander Culverwell

8.32 Jack McDonald v Euan Bowden
8.40 Cameron Buist v Duncan McNeill

8.48 Chris Robb v Ben Kinsley
8.56 Liam Johnston v Ben Ferguson

9.04 Connor Syme v Calum Hill
9.12 Barry Hume v Gordon Munro

9.20 Campbell Donaldson v Euan Walker
9.28 Steven Stewart v Daniel Hendry

9.26 Graeme Robertson v John M8itchell
9.44 Mark Cameron v Matthew Clark

9.52 Scott Brown v Craig Ross
10.00 Grant Forrest v Jamie Lamb


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