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    A spot of Recreation

     

    After a good set of results in midweek, the Caley Jags head to Recreation Park Alloa, looking to consolidate their position in second place in the Championship, the game kicking off at 3:00pm. Inverness were the only team to win in midweek as the other four games ended goalless.

    This will be the sixth meeting between the sides this season, with Inverness having three wins, the other two games were draws. Last time together we struggled to a 1-1 draw against the Wasps. A first half penalty was tucked away by Iain Flannigan but Jordan White rescued our day with a goal on the hour. Last time at Recreation Park we were on Scottish Cup duty and edged out Alloa 2-3 thanks to a late goal from Charlie Trafford. Alloa's top scorer Kevin O'Hara scored twice to square matters after Aaron Doran and Jordan White had Inverness ahead twice. We never find it easy on the artificial surface and I expect it will be no different this time round.

    Championship fixtures this weekend

    table 25.jpgAloa Athletic v Inverness CT

    Ayr United v Dundee

    Dundee Utd v Partick Thistle

    Dunfermline v Queen of the South

    Morton v Arbroath

    Here's Johnny..............

    OFFICIAL PREVIEW

    Sean Welsh and James Vincent missed out in midweek but Lewis Toshney added some much needed solidarity to our defence. Brad Mckay will be available for selection after his red card against Hibs in the Scottish Cup and Robbo is hopeful Vincent will be added to the squad.

    Alloa's main threat will be 14 goal Kevin O'Hara although he is not the only player we need to be wary of. Kevin Cawley, and Alan Trouten are well aware how to find the back of the net, and at the other end Neil Parry made a welcome return to the goals, shutting Dundee out with a tremendous performance in midweek.

    That's some save by Neil Parry in midweek.................

    Bronson

    Bronson.jpgIt should be noted that after the passing of the legend that is Bronson, his funeral arrangements have been released. RIP Simon.

    On behalf Simon’s immediate family, we would like to express our heartfelt thanks to everyone who has been in touch, shared their memories of him and offered their support. It has been truly humbling – we knew he was a great bloke, but this has surpassed even our expectations.

    His death will leave a huge hole in the hearts and lives of all who knew him.

    The funeral service will take place on Wednesday 11 March at 12.30pm in the Funeral Home of William T Fraser and Son, Culduthel Road, Inverness, IV2 6AB, and thereafter to Kilvean Cemetery. All friends and colleagues past and present welcome. Family flowers only please, and money donations to the Scottish Burned Children’s Club welcome.

    Please share this information with anyone else you think would like to know.

    — feeling heartbroken. 

    As a mark of respect for Simon, the Fans will do their own tribute at the Challenge Cup Final against Raith Rovers.

    We're planning on having a minutes applause in the 44th minute for Simon / Bronson during this game. Something to note for later this month and feel free to make others around you at the game aware. :clapoverhead: :ictscarf: :clapoverhead:

     

     

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    With the potential for Ayr v Dundee to be a draw we really need the 3 points here. I hope the 2 games a week haven't done the lads in.

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