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#LadsTrophyTour: Get your hands on the Ladbrokes Premiership!

| 24.08.2016

Players across the Ladbrokes Premiership will be battling it out to lift the famous trophy this season, but you can beat them to it with the Ladbrokes #LadsTrophyTour.

The Ladbrokes bus is heading across Scotland with the trophy in tow, and players are joining us along the way – like Aberdeen star Graeme Shinnie, who was out to see fans and check out the trophy yesterday.

Today we’re headed to the Highlands, taking in Inverness and Dingwall to catch up with fans of the Caley Jags and the Staggies.

That’s before we hop down to Hamilton for the Ladbrokes SPFL Mascot Race (Friday August 26) and rock up at New Douglas Park (Saturday August 27).

And fans in Glasgow can prepare for our visit in the coming weeks, where we’ll have a Playstation battle between Celtic and Rangers stars (Monday September 5) ahead of the season’s first Old Firm meeting.

We follow that up with a trip to the city’s spectacular Kelvingrove Park, where Jags fans can meet a Partick Thistle legend (Tuesday September 6), before we head to Firhill that Friday.

Aberdeen's Graeme Shinnie gets hold of the Ladbrokes Premiership trophy.

Aberdeen’s Graeme Shinnie gets hold of the Ladbrokes Premiership trophy.

Then we’re heading to historic Edinburgh Castle (Monday September 12) and the fantastic Falkirk wheel the following day, before an appearance at the Bairns’ Falkirk Stadium (Saturday September 17) and finishing off at the capital’s Gyle Shopping Centre on the Sunday.

We’ll be delivering exclusive interviews from the star players on show during the tour, like today’s chat with Dons dynamo Graeme Shinnie. Check Ladbrokes News’ SPFL site for all the latest on the #LadsTrophyTour and player interviews.

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Dave Burin

Dave graduated with an MA in English Literature at Durham University, and worked in marketing before joining the Ladbrokes News team. A Man United fan and avid groundhopper, he’s also an ardent follower of Rugby League. You can usually find him at a ground near you, clutching a big cup of tea.