Paul Young hopes Fraserburgh’s battling qualities can serve them well as they look to go on another Scottish Cup run.
The Broch beat Inverurie Locos 4-3 in a Friday night thriller to reach the second round.
In Saturday’s draw the Buchan team were paired with Lowland League outfit Edusport Academy, with the game to be played at Annan Athletic’s Galabank Stadium.
In the first round Fraserburgh led 4-1 before a late flurry from the Railwaymen made it 4-3.
Young believes the battling qualities shown by the Broch to hang on for victory will be important if they are to have another Scottish Cup campaign to remember.
Last term they reached the fourth round and played Rangers.
The midfielder said: “It was our battling spirit that came through at the end.
“I think we are quite renowned for being a battling side.
“We showed those qualities when we had to on Friday and that’s what got us into the second round.
“The team spirit and workrate we’ve got at the club can’t be a bad thing for us, whoever we play.
“If we can work as hard as we did against Inverurie then I’m hopeful we can get into the next round as well.”
Young says last season’s Scottish Cup fairytale is motivation for everyone at Fraserburgh as they try to get through the rounds and bag another glamour tie.
He added: “Last season is definitely a motivation for everyone at the club.
“You think ties like last season’s will never happen again, but you never know what can happen.
“If we produce another battling performance you can be into the third round.
“After that you might get the luck of the draw and get through again to the fourth round, it’s one of those things where you just never know.”