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Ex ICT Players Score

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The annual totals of goals scored by ex ICT players are below.

But first, I have decided that, after quite a few years of keeping these records, I’m going to give it a miss next year.  If anyone is interested in taking over, drop me a PM as I’ll be happy to let you have my spreadsheets and list of websites etc I’ve found useful in obtaining the more obscure results not usually available on BBC.

In 2017 I found 66 scorers  with a total of 425 goals, as follows :-

37 goals                Rory McAllister (Peterhead)

32                         Jason Oswell (Stockport, 19; NewtownAFC ,13)

20                         Stuart Soane (Forres)

19                         Curtis Allen (Glentoran)

                                Ibra Sekajja (Dulwich Hamlet, 13; Bognor R, 6)

16                         Phil Roberts (Braintree, 15; Chesham, 1)

15                         Adam Rooney (Aberdeen)

                                Andrew Greig (Brora R,13; Formantine, 2)

14                         Stuart Armstrong (Celtic, 13; Scotland, 1)

13                         Dan Park (Cove R)

12                         Ryan Christie (Aberdeen)

                                Zander Sutherland (Brora R)

10                         Sam Winnall (Derby, 6; Sheff Wed, 4)

                                Adam Evans (Shelbourne)

09                         Gary Wood (Formantine)

08                         Michael Finnis (Clach)

                                Jordan Roberts (Crawley)

                                Ben Greenhalgh (Concord R, 5; Hemel H, 3)

                                Henri Anier (FC Lati, 6; Estonia, 2)

07                         Dani Lopez (Arenas de Getxo)

                                Jason Brown (Peterhead)

                                Dale Gillespie (Rothes)

                                Shane Sutherland (Elgin)

06                         Jaimie Wilson (Rothes)

05                         Gregory Tade (Qatar SC, 4; Maccabi Petah, 1)

                                Ryan Williams (Ottawa Fury)

                                Doug Imrie (Hamilton)

                                Dennis Wyness (Huntly)

                                Jonny Hayes (Aberdeen)

                                Marley Watkins ( Barnsley, 4; Norwich, 1)

                                Andrew Shinnie (Luton, 3; Hibs, 2)

04                         Tobi Sho-Silva (Bromley)

                                Graeme Shinnie (Aberdeen)

03                         Tarmo Kink (Levadia, 2; Mezokovesd,1)

                                Lonsano Doumbouya (SKN St Polten)

                                David Proctor (East Kilbride)

                                Martin Laing (Inverurie)

                                Lewis MacKinnon (Buckie)

                                Billy King (Dundee Utd)

                                Lee Cox (Coalville T)

                                Miles Storey (Partick, 2; Aberdeen, 1)

                                Felipe Morais (Bolton)

02                         David Davis (Birmingham)

                                Tom Aldred (Bury, 1; Blackpool, 1)

                                Alex MacDonald (Mansfield)

                                Liam Hughes (Barrow)

                                Lionel Cole (Tranmere)

                                Don Cowie (Hearts)

                                John Rankin (QoS)

                                Gavin Morrison (Brora R)

                                Stuart Rennie (Rothes)

                                Grant Munro (Rothes)

                                Alex MacLeod (Strathspey)

01                         Eddie Ofere (FC Rosengard)       

                                Roman Golobard (Real Murcia)

                                Dachi Kutsishvili (Spartans)

                                Cameron Dingwall (Formantine)

                                Stuart Leslie (Clach)

                                Jaimie Duff (Brora R)

                                Martin Cooper (Elgin)

                                Ali Sutherland (Elgin)

                                Joe Gorman (Airdrie)

                                Nat Wedderburn (Dunferline)

                                Robert Eagle (Leiston T)

                                Steve Williams (AFC Fylde)

                                Scott Boden (Wrexham)

                                Andre Blackman (Barnet)

                               

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Curtis Allen scored a goal for Glentoran in a 2-1 irish cup win over Lurgan Celtic yesterday

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Had a chuckle watching the Scottish Cup highlights, never had Rosco down as the managerial type, but fair play to him. Certainly not a gaffer you'd want to get on the wrong side of.

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Adam Macleod scored for Strathspey Thistle ant the weekend, Stathspey 2 Clach 2

Only his 3rd of the season, but was just his 4th game. Strathspey could do with him playing a few more games, lowest scorers in highland league!

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Curtis Allen found the net once again tonight in a 2-1 win for Glentoran over Ballinamallard, he also scored all 4 goals in a 4-0 irish cup win over Ballyclare comrades on Saturday

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Brian Prunty scored for LL leaders East Kilbride against Whitehill Welfare yesterday. I also had the privilege of a long chat with David Proctor who is still playing (and coaching) at nearly 34.

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Dean Ebbe did what he could not do last season: score against a Scottish team.....

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Curtis Allen has brought his  goal tally for the season to 20 with 2 goals in a 5-0 home win over Warrenpoint on the 27/02/18 and one more in a 2-2 draw away to Glenavon on the 10/03/18

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It’s gone a bit quiet on here. Ross Draper scored for County on Tuesday, but I’m sure there must have been others in the last couple of weeks?

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Last night(6 Apr),  Adam Evans scored his first goals of 2018,  with a hat trick in a 7-0 win for Shelbourne in the Irish first division

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Curtis Allen netted a goal today in a 4-1 win for Glentoran away to Ards today. Goal number 22 of the season for him

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And Billy Mckay got only his second of the season for Ross County today.

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Stuart Soane for Forres v Inverurie 4 April

Adam MacLeod for Strathspey v Cove 4 April

Stuart Soane for Forres v Strathspey 7 April

Jamie Wilson 2 for Rothes v Nairn 7 April 

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Larnell Cole scored in extra time for Tranmere Rovers yesterday, in the National League play off semi final to get back into League 2

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Jake Mulraney bagged his first competitive goal for Hearts yesterday.

Think I may have said already that I think letting him go will prove to be a big mistake...for us!

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3 hours ago, CaleyD said:

Jake Mulraney bagged his first competitive goal for Hearts yesterday.

Think I may have said already that I think letting him go will prove to be a big mistake...for us!

Competitive? Wasn't it a friendly?

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