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Glasgow’s Blair and Edinburgh’s Cooper start against Edinburgh’s Alistair Gordon and Julie MacPherson while Renfrew’s Briggs and Glasgow’s Bankier take on Jacob Reynolds (Stonehaven) and Fiona Bain (Uddingston).

Van Rietvelde and Gilmour, who are drawn in the same half as Briggs and Bankier, meet Motherwell’s Alan Steel and Heather McDonald first up.

Van Rietvelde and Briggs go from rivals to partners as they defend their men’s doubles title. After a first-round bye they take on Stewart Ferns (Edinburgh) and James Milton (Mauchline) while top seeds Martin Campbell ( Edinburgh) and Troon’s Angus Gilmour meet Matthew Carder (South Queensferry) and Andrew Gilliland (Bearsden).

If all goes to seeding the semi-finals should see Campbell and Gilmour meet Blair and two-time former singles champion Gordon Thomson (Glasgow) while three-times champion Briggs and partner Van Rietvelde will be expecting to meet the other third seeds and two-time champions Keith Turnbull (Larkhall) and Jamie Neill (Hamilton).

The big disappointment for fans of the men’s singles is the enforced withdrawal of Glasgow’s two-time champion Kieran Merrilees through injury. That leaves Falkirk’s former champion and second seed Calum Menzies as title favourite and he takes on Alan Steel in the first round in a bottom half of the draw which also features Josh Neil (Prestwick), third seed Mathew Carder and three-times champion East Kilbride’s Craig Goddard.

Tickets are still available on the door at the Bell’s Sports Centre and the action starts on Friday at 5 pm with the mixed doubles. The early rounds of the other events take place throughout Saturday (from 9.30 am) with the semi-finals on Sunday morning (from 10 am) and the finals in the afternoon (from 1.45 pm).

The Yonex Scottish National Championships are being staged at the Bell’s Sports Centre for the 12th year in a row thanks to the support of Perth & Kinross Council, Perth Common Good Fund, Perth & Kinross Sports Council and Live Active Leisure.

To view all the draws click here

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