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    Inverness CT -V- Hamilton - Report

    Rare win for Inverness gives hope. 

     

    Inverness threw themselves a slender lifeline with a deserved 2-1 win over Hamilton Accies in the relegation scrap at the foot of the table. It was only our second win in twenty-four games  and our fourth of the season. This win closes the gap to Accies and Well to four points with only three games left.

    We should have been out of site by half time and Accies could have had no complaints had we been four or five up at the break. As it was, an early goal from defender Brad Mckay and a penalty by Greg Tansey was all we had to show from numerous attempts. Accies left a bitter sweet taste in the mouth as they notched a goal through Redmond with the last kick of the game as we got ourselves in a fankle. Pity about that but it was a welcome three points that gives us a glimmer of hope and keeps our premiership status alive for another week at least.

    Full report to follow.........

     

     

     

     


    Date: 06/05/17  Venue: Caledonian Stadium Attendance: 2478 Referee: Andrew Dallas
     
    Inverness CT: 2

    • Lineup:  Esson, Raven, Warren, Draper, Billy Mckay, Mulraney (King 90+2), Tansey, Fisher (Boden 68), Laing, Brad Mckay (McNaughton 90), Anier
    • Subs (not used): Hoban, Horner, McCart, Cole
    • Scorers: Brad Mckay (10), Tansey (pen.36)
    • Booked: Draper (40), Billy Mckay (51), Tansey (54), Boden (74)
    • Sent Off: none

    Hamilton: 1

    • Lineup:  Matthews, Mcmann, Sarris, Devlin, Skondras, Imrie, Donati (Crawford 46), Docherty (Brophy 82), MacKinnon, D'Acol, Bingham (Redmond 46)
    • Subs (not used): Woods, Gillespie, Templeton, Adams
    • Scorers: Redmond (94)
    • Booked: Donati (35)
    • Sent Off: none

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