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An Inverness XI face Clachnacuddin for a place in the final of the North of Scotland Cup against the winner of the Brora Rangers v Fort William semi-final. The final will be played on 5th or 6th October.

The Caley Jags beat Forres Mechanics in the last round 3-1 whilst Clach put out Ross County 2-1.

 

Tickets

In line with tournament rules regarding minimum prices, the prices for this match will be as follows: 

Adult: £8

Concessions: £4

The ICTFC Family Sports Bar will be open from 6:30pm and will be serving hot food and beverages 

Tickets will be available from the ticket office window on the day of the match, with the Main Stand being open for this game.

There will be bucket collection for the Pat Munro Foundation at the match.

Info about the Pat Munro Foundation can be found HERE

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This game will be well worth going to see after the good display and result against Forres, looking forward to it.

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IMG_20190904_195657.jpg20190904_200217.jpgICT 4- 1 CLACH

Cammy Mackay has to produce an excellent save to deny Martin MacDonald in the 6th minute.

Keatings has the ball in the net soon after but it's flagged for offside.

14: Jordan White opens the scoring with a header after a great assist from Matheus Machado.

Keeper saves a header from Keatings and Storey speeds forward but MacLennan saves.

32: James Keatings doubles our lead! He takes down a great ball from McCart and he finishes past MacLennan.

36: Penalty to ICTFC! Welsh is taken down by MacLennan, but the keeper atones and saves the spot kick by Welsh.

Half Time 2-0 at Inverness and at Brora it's also 1-0 to the hosts against Ft William

Cameron Harper replaces Kevin McHattie as the second half begins.

50: White gets a third goal for Inverness from a Storey cross, and Ft William level at Brora (Ross Gunn)

58: Gillies fires just wide for Clach from range

62: Keatings cross finds its way to Machado in the box but he fires over from close range

65: Clach have one back as Eachainn Miller heads in at the back-post and Brora go back in front at Dudgeon Park 2-1.

69: Bad news for Inverness as Jamie McCart receives treatment and he isn't going to be able to continue. ffs

70: White completes his hat-trick as he taps in from close range after meeting Machado's cross from the left. Brora go to 3-1.

ft clach.pngFull Time 4-1 at Inverness and 3-1 at Brora

 

Incoming - Inverness CT v Brora Rangers final coming up.

6th October @Mosset Park Forres v Brora Rangers.

 

 

 

 

 


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Half time. 

Brora 1 up on Fort William in the other semi. 

 

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4-1. White hat trick. 

Sadly 3-1 at Brora. 

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Very good, nice to get to another cup final, however was it a bit risky to play some key players so soon to a more important cup game?  Why not play more younger layers, I know we've lost some to the Fort but surely playing the likes of McCart and Keatings was a gamble?   Its not like they need match fitness.

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I would presume he is splitting the squad equally like he did for the early pre season friendlies. All those who didn't play today will probably start on Saturday. Bit risky but obviously wants to give everyone some decent game time. 

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Robbo was saying after the Morton game that he will be making a raft of changes for Saturday's game with Harper, MacGregor, Trafford, Welsh and Storey all starting. Maybe a bit of a risk as the league cup is a potential money spinner and morale booster.  However, we do have a bit of depth and those coming into the side will be anxious to prove themselves.

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Can I just refer back to that other topic about the stewarding, as it definitely links into here. The stewards this evening were shambolic, they made no attempt to separate the fans, and didn't try to quieten down the Clach fans who maybe had a touch too much at the fan bar...felt like the Clach fans were getting a bit too rowdy...

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1 minute ago, Jack Waddington said:

Can I just refer back to that other topic about the stewarding, as it definitely links into here. The stewards this evening were shambolic, they made no attempt to separate the fans, and didn't try to quieten down the Clach fans who maybe had a touch too much at the fan bar...felt like the Clach fans were getting a bit too rowdy...

I was beside some and although they were noisey they were nothing like the old days at the Clach park I didn't think there was any problems.

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28 minutes ago, caley100 said:

Very good, nice to get to another cup final, however was it a bit risky to play some key players so soon to a more important cup game?  Why not play more younger layers, I know we've lost some to the Fort but surely playing the likes of McCart and Keatings was a gamble?   Its not like they need match fitness.

McCart went of injured I think it was just a bleeding nose and hope he will be fine for Saturday.  Another good game well done to the team :clapping:

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8 minutes ago, DoofersDad said:

Robbo was saying after the Morton game that he will be making a raft of changes for Saturday's game with Harper, MacGregor, Trafford, Welsh and Storey all starting. Maybe a bit of a risk as the league cup is a potential money spinner and morale booster.  However, we do have a bit of depth and those coming into the side will be anxious to prove themselves.

Were not in the league cup. The wafer cup is nearly as diddy as this 

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6 minutes ago, ferben1994 said:

Were not in the league cup. The wafer cup is nearly as diddy as this 

Oops!  Thanks for correcting me.  But it is a national cup and the day we won it was a great day out and a great morale booster to the team.  A bit of extra cash too.  It is a competition we should be trying seriously to win.

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True.      Every game brings something in the door even if it's a diddy game in the eyes of some fans. . And provides entertainment for those who are not able to get to Inverness.

And, of course can provide an opportunity for the younger players or newbies to the club to get experience and shine.

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2 hours ago, tm4tj said:

Final scheduled for Sunday 6th October at Mosset Park, Forres.

Was more expecting it to be in the Slums, but hey-ho

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