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St Mirren PhotoSt Mirren: St. Mirren Football Club is a Scottish professional football club based in Paisley, Renfrewshire, founded in 1877. The team plays in the Scottish Premier League, having been promoted from the First Division in 200506. The team has two nicknames, the "Buddies" and the "Saints".
Ross PhotoRoss: Ross is a region of Scotland and a former mormaerdom, earldom, sheriffdom and county. The name Ross allegedly derives from a Gaelic word meaning a headland - perhaps a reference to the Black Isle. The Norse word for Orkney - Hrossay meaning horse island - is another possible origin. The area once b