The last two Highland League champions will face off in the Betfred Cup as Cove Rangers and Brora Rangers were drawn together.
Paddy Boyle was delighted to be part of a title-winning side with Peterhead.
Former player Paul Coutts – It would’ve been a ‘disgrace’ to deny Cove Rangers promotion to League One
Aberdeen's Paul Coutts says it would have been "an absolute disgrace" if former club Cove Rangers were denied promotion to League One.
Cove Rangers defend right to ‘protect position’ after promotion to League One is confirmed by SFA panel
Cove Rangers say they "were not prepared to stand by and watch" the achievements of their League Two-winning squad be "undermined" by Hearts and Partick Thistle's fight against relegation.
Cove Rangers will play in League One this season after the Scottish FA's arbitration panel ruled against Hearts and Partick Thistle.
Peterhead captain Scott Brown is keen to extend his stay at the club – but says there’s no rush to sort out his future.
Callum Law: What kind of message will it send if Scottish football restart is blocked with fewer than 10 days to go?
Scottish football is just 10 days away from restarting – yet everything could still grind to a halt.
Cambridge manager Mark Bonner has made midfielder Paul Digby his second summer signing on a one-year deal.
Exeter and Northampton will meet at an empty Wembley Stadium on Monday night in the Sky Bet League Two play-off final.
Matt Taylor insists he has not looked back on the “brutal” memories of Exeter’s recent play-off final failures as he focuses on creating his own history at Wembley.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes October is a realistic target for starting next season’s League One and Two campaigns.
The recent hypocrisy of Hearts is making sympathy for the Tynecastle club’s fight against relegation rapidly erode away.
I understand why Hearts and Partick Thistle are taking legal action against the SPFL.
Scottish Leagues 1 and 2 look set to try to start next season in October.
Peterhead general manager Martin Johnston insists putting next season’s League 1 campaign into cold storage for a year is a non-starter for his club.
Northampton boss Keith Curle will not give up on promotion as the Cobblers look to overturn a two-goal deficit in the second leg of their Sky Bet League Two play-off semi-final with Cheltenham.
Macclesfield Town have been hit with a further points deduction but will still avoid relegation from League Two.
Colchester manager John McGreal lauded Cohen Bramall’s “special” winner which gave his side a slender 1-0 advantage in their Sky Bet League Two play-off semi-final against Exeter.
Northampton fans might be missing from the PTS Academy Stadium on Thursday, but Keith Curle believes his players will be inspired for their League Two play-off tie with Cheltenham after building stronger bonds with supporters during lockdown.
Cove Rangers boss Paul Hartley looks to add to squad once clear picture of lower league start date emerges
Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley hopes to add to his squad – but says they will need to have a clearer idea of when football will restart before any additions can be made.
Mitch Megginson has won Cove Rangers' player of the year and supporters' player of the year awards.
John McGreal has been given only two-and-a-half weeks to prepare his Colchester players for their biggest games of the year after three months off, but the U’s boss is not complaining.
SPFL’s Neil Doncaster says there is enough support for 14-10-10-10 reconstruction model to hold indicative vote
The SPFL has confirmed clubs have been asked whether they would back a permanent 14-10-10-10 league structure.
Lower leagues have upper hand when it comes to surviving crisis – Peterhead chairman Rodger Morrison
Peterhead chairman Rodger Morrison believes Scotland’s part-time clubs are in a stronger position to survive the coronavirus crisis than full-time sides.
Sean Wallace’s weekly column: Rangers’ colt sides plan is simply the best example of bad timing and self-interest
Rangers’ recent proposal for league reconstruction and the introduction of colt B teams is ill-timed and smacks of self-interest.
The League One and Two seasons are over except for one major detail – the play-offs will still go ahead to see who gets promoted this summer.
Paul Hartley and his management team have committed to Cove Rangers until 2025 by agreeing new contracts.
Rangers have come up with a reconstruction idea which would see their own colts team and Celtic’s joining the SPFL in an 18-team League One.
Paul Hartley, assistant Gordon Young and fitness coach Tam Ritchie have agreed new deals with Cove Rangers, meaning they will remain at the Balmoral Stadium until at least 2025.
League Two champions Cove Rangers have announced long-serving full-back Alan Redford has left the club.