The Broch, Inverurie Locos, Peterhead and Elgin will face one another right now and tomorrow to rejoice 100 years of the Black and Whites taking part in at Borough Briggs.
Breedon Highland League champions Fraserburgh play Elgin at 1pm with Inverurie assembly Peterhead at 5pm.
Fraserburgh supervisor Mark Cowie is wanting ahead to assessing some trialists at Elgin Metropolis’s centenary pre-season event.
The 2 losers will then conflict at midday tomorrow with the winners going through off at 4pm.
Bellslea boss Mark Cowie stated: “We now have bought a few trialists coming alongside, they’ve educated with us we’re wanting ahead to see how they get on.
“They’ve fitted in effectively in coaching we simply have to see them in video games.
“A few of our youth workforce can be coming with us as effectively and it’ll give them publicity about what’s anticipated at a Highland League membership.
“We wish to check ourselves in opposition to the very best quality of opposition, we’ve bought some nice video games arising within the League Cup and these friendlies are good as effectively.
“We haven’t performed Elgin for fairly whereas so it’s good to face them. It’s Elgin event and we had been happy to be requested to participate and we’re wanting ahead to it.”
Cowie remains to be seeking to bolster to his squad and added: “We’re all the time within the hunt for good gamers, we gained the title and different groups round us have strengthened so we are able to’t stand nonetheless.
“We missed out by millimetres by on one or two gamers that will have made a big effect in our workforce, however we’re holding our eyes open.”
Locos supervisor Richard Hastings can be wanting ahead to seeing his aspect go toe-to-toe with SPFL opposition.
He might also have some trialists current and stated: “You wish to play these kinds of video games and that’s why we accepted the invitation.
“It is going to be a great check for us and all of the 4 golf equipment can be in the identical boat having to juggle their squads about over the 2 days.