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A routine 2-0 win at Glebe Park in September 2003. The photo shows Paul Ritchie flicking in no 2.  The return match in January was much better for the neutral. By this time we were neck and neck

Was it the day we entered the World's Worst Away Kit competition?

Who are these two?

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6 minutes ago, caley100 said:

Ayr away?

Dave Bagan? Mark McCulloch, Barry Robson, dunno, Paul Cherry.

Feck's sake, you've had a good drink the night mun. Not Sparky or Cherry. I think dunno used to be a customer of yours :lol:

Also who's the ref?

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3 minutes ago, TheMantis said:

Feck's sake, you've had a good drink the night mun. Not Sparky or Cherry. I think dunno used to be a customer of yours :lol:

Also who's the ref?

Oh aye, dunno is Roy Mcbain.  

And aye, trying out my fathers day gift.... 15yr old Glenfarclas :wink:

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7 hours ago, IMMORTAL HOWDEN ENDER said:

Was it not Proctor who came in ? My memories are the Plastic Whistle supporters and the Rainstorm just after the final whistle. Dumbfarmlife game was on my daughters 7th birthday and we travelled to the game by limousine, got out and called Gordon Ramsay a commoner. The Ice Station was a great game and occasion but my fave was beating the Jam Tarts 3-1 in the cup at Tynie.

Proctor started. Granty came on for Proctor late on.

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1 hour ago, TheMantis said:

Need the players and the venue. Also the score would be nice:

 

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Bagan, xausa, robson , Mcbain? Sheerin

ayr away around 2001, don't recognise the ref or if it was a stand out. We had a couple great games with them around then though, 4-3 after being 3-0 down at half time and the 7-3 match. 

Darran thomson, Tom parratt, pavels mihadjuks, and mark mcculloch all correct, 3 more to go.

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12 hours ago, ICTPAISLEY said:

Bagan, xausa, robson , Mcbain? Sheerin

ayr away around 2001, don't recognise the ref or if it was a stand out. We had a couple great games with them around then though, 4-3 after being 3-0 down at half time and the 7-3 match. 

Darran thomson, Tom parratt, pavels mihadjuks, and mark mcculloch all correct, 3 more to go.

September 2000. Ayr were looking comfortable at 3-1 with 5 minutes left, then Peanut pounced on a mistake and caught the keeper napping. Deep in stoppage time Bobby Mann scrambled in an equaliser. Referee was Tom Brown, not sure what's happened to him. For some reason, well-known Arab and bbc presenter Brian Taylor appeared amongst our group in the second half.

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16 hours ago, Scarlet Pimple said:

Oh IHE how I wish we could return to the  balmy days of HMS Sneck and the blue submarine as escort.

What have you up your sleeve for this season under our new Manager, Foran and our new forward, Doran?

:ictscarf::wink:

 

 

 

Well it will not be a submarine as with those two in command it would be sunk quickly - All anyone would have to do is knock on the hatch.

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2 hours ago, TheMantis said:

 Peanut pounced on a mistake and caught the keeper napping.

Was that the one when he scored from out quite near the touchline, or was that a different game at Ayr?

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36 minutes ago, Yngwie said:

Was that the one when he scored from out quite near the touchline, or was that a different game at Ayr?

That's it.:clapping:

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2 hours ago, ymip said:

Looks like the Derry at Dens Park.  I'm thinking perhaps the Coca-Cola cup match in August 1994 (third or fourth ICT match).

Spot on. If you look closely you'll get a rare view of the first ever public appearance of the away kit, with red/white stripes and blue shorts. No Bobby Cox or Bob Shankly stands, and we sat on benches behind the goals.

3rd competitive match, player/manager Baltacha on the bench. A goal on the half hour from Gerry Britton and two late strikes from sub Steve Tosh.

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21 hours ago, ICTPAISLEY said:

Bagan, xausa, robson , Mcbain? Sheerin

ayr away around 2001, don't recognise the ref or if it was a stand out. We had a couple great games with them around then though, 4-3 after being 3-0 down at half time and the 7-3 match. 

Darran thomson, Tom parratt, pavels mihadjuks, and mark mcculloch all correct, 3 more to go.

Is number three Martin Bavidge?

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1 hour ago, alternative maryhill said:

Is number three Martin Bavidge?

Never thought of that. I imagined it was the old Howden End roof behind him.

See who can name the occasion here - the day was memorable, but not necessarily for ICT, although they won.

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20 minutes ago, Kingsmills said:

Was that when we played Alford Amateurs to open their new facilities ?

Nope, it was a competitive match...

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50 minutes ago, TheMantis said:

Never thought of that. I imagined it was the old Howden End roof behind him.

See who can name the occasion here - the day was memorable, but not necessarily for ICT, although they won.

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If it's the one I'm thinking of, we won 2-0 but it didn't get much coverage on the news that night.....

Is that a young Grant Munro wearing 15?

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Best ever ,  Septic  1,  Super Caley Thistle  3 , Pure Ballistic,  Must admit i missed a lot of the second half by watching the clock ,You know how jammy these  B-star-s (add an A and a D and youve  got it ) can be late on , ICT onwards and upwards .Ive got my ticket.come on guys and gals lets get behind the lads,

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1 hour ago, Yngwie said:

If it's the one I'm thinking of, we won 2-0 but it didn't get much coverage on the news that night.....

Is that a young Grant Munro wearing 15?

Looks like Cliftonhill to me. On 9/11 v Albion rovers 

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