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GRANGE are keeping their team selection close to their chest as they bid to make the Scottish Cup Final.
The newly-crowned men’s Division One and play-off champions face Western Wildcats at Glasgow’s National Hockey Centre.
And coach David Knipe would love to progress past the semi-final to keep his dream of a glory domestic treble alive.
The other semi-final features under-strength Edinburgh University, who are missing several key players, against Dundee-based Grove Menzieshill at the same venue.
Scottish international Ian Moodie and Ben Pearson are injured and a number of other students have already returned home.
Menzieshill are favourites having learned from playing against world-class Dutch opposition last weekend at the EuroHockey League in Eindhoven.
Edinburgh University women are seeking a domestic double having recently won the league for the fifth year in a row.
Coach Sam Judge awaits fitness tests to two leading players but she will be missing crocked Scottish internationals Becky Merchant and Laura Swanson.
The students play city rivals Watsonians and Dundee Wanderers from Division One face surprise packets Erskine Stewart’s Melville from Division Two.

Grange star Todd Mills battles for the ball against Western earlier this
season. Picture by Nigel Duncan  
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