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  1. Our match preview and thread is brought to you in association with The Inverclyde Boiler Company, The Inverclyde Bathroom Company and The Inverclyde Kitchen Company. Shayne and his team are extremely proud to serve the Inverclyde community 💙 Our match thread is brought to you in association with Titan Spirits, a local company inspired by Clydeside heritage and Inverclyde's incredible scenery. Their new Titan Spiced Rum is available now! Click here to order Titan Spiced Rum! Our match thread is brought to you in association with the new Clyde Eats app and The Cottage Cafe Bistro. Clyde Eats is a new, Inverclyde-based food delivery app aiming to showcase the very best local restaurants and takeaways. The Clyde Eats app is available to download from Google Play and the App Store now!
  2. Inverness vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon. Managerless Morton will attempt to best Inverness for the first time this season, with a trip to Fir Park awaiting the victors of this evening’s Scottish Cup Third Round clash. As Billy Dodds’ side prepare for two trips to Greenock in five days, the Morton board will be focused on hiring Gus MacPherson’s successor, having been relieved of his duties following Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Ayr United. Photo - GBR Photographs Squad Update Brian McLean’s spell on the sidelines looks set to continue as the veteran continues his rehabilitation following an injury sustained at East End Park. Morton will again be required to list a second-choice goalkeeper this evening due to SFA regulations. Current Connections Nobody in the current Morton squad has ever plied their trade in Inverness. The Caley Jags do have someone in their ranks with somewhat of a link to Cappielow. Right sided defender Wallace Duffy joined Morton on loan from parent club St Johnstone in September last year, only for the loan to be terminated a few days later due to ‘non footballing reasons’. He was subsequently released from the Perth side and signed for Inverness on a two-year deal. Former Ross County stalwart Michael Gardyne spent the first half of the 2007/08 season at Cappielow. Having brought the youngster in, Jim McInally struggled to give Gardyne a consistent run of games in one position, and as a result, the winger struggled to force his way into the first team squad consistently. Having made ten league appearances for the club, he then joined Second Division Ross County, in his first of three spells with the Staggies. Photo - GBR Photographs. Tale of the Tape Morton trekked up the A9 in icy conditions in the hope of upsetting the odds and progressing through to the Fourth Round of the Scottish Cup. Gus MacPherson lined up in a 4-4-2 with a narrow diamond in midfield. Inverness started the brighter of the two sides and found their just reward in the early stages of the first half. Shane Sutherland’s header cannoned off of Jack Hamilton, allowing Billy McKay to tuck home from close range. The Ton made a few tactical adjustments and grew into the match. With the match drawing to a close, Jack Hamilton’s long downfield kick was picked up by substitute Gain Reilly, who rounded Mark Ridgers and finished from a tight angle. Morton’s first trip to the Highlands this season marked the end of the first quarter of the Championship campaign. The home side recorded a comfortable win to earn top spot in the league table. A Morton corner led to the opening goal. After shepherding a Morton header harmlessly out of play, Caley Jags goalkeeper Mark Rigers launched a long ball forward in the direction of Billy McKay. The ball evaded both covering defenders Tom Allan and Lewis Strapp, allowing the home side to take the lead. Former Ton man Michael Gardyne slotted the ball past Jack Hamilton from close range four minutes after the interval, rounding off a frustratingly comfortable win for the home side. Opposition Analysis Inverness’ impressive league performance thus far cannot be accredited to exceptional attacking play. Despite taking the second highest number of shots in the league, currently standing at 172 (11.47 per 90 mins), they have only scored the five highest number of goals in the Championship with 18 goals in 15 matches. By comparison, Morton sit bottom in the goal ratings and third bottom for shots attempted this term. The Highlanders’ success this term appears to have been built on a solid defensive foundation. Mark Riders has only found his goal breached on 11 occasions this season, a record which has only been bested by league leaders Kilmarnock. The Caley Jags’ rear-guard have shown their combative side this season, with 168 fouls (11.2 per 90 mins) and 26 bookings (1.73 per 90 minutes) so far this term. Photo - GBR Photographs. Betting Guide All match odds are provided by McBookie. Odds are correct as of 6am on 7th December 2021 and are subject to change. Please only bet within your means and visit BeGambleAware if you are struggling. Despite home advantage, The Ton head into this match as heavy outsiders, priced at 3/1 to win the tie within 90 minutes. Managerless Morton are 13/2 to win with BTTS and 11/2 to win whilst keeping a clean sheet. Morton to win with a -1 handicap chalks at 9/1. The match to head to extra time is 23/10, with 17/2 chalked up for a 0-0 stalemate in 90 minutes. The away side are 10/11 to win within 90 minutes. The Highland side to win at BTTS is 3/1, with the Caley Jags 23/10 to win with a clean sheet. Match Officials Referee – David Dickenson AR1 – John McCrossan AR2 – Chris Rae
  3. Dean, Chris and Stephen discuss the QOTS and Ayr matches, the decision to sack Gus MacPherson, summarise MacPherson's tenure at the club as a whole and the relationship between the fans and the new club board.
  4. Dean, Chris and Stephen discuss the QOTS and Ayr matches, the decision to sack Gus MacPherson, summarise MacPherson's tenure at the club as a whole and the relationship between the fans and the new club board.
  5. Our match preview and thread is brought to you in association with The Inverclyde Boiler Company, The Inverclyde Bathroom Company and The Inverclyde Kitchen Company. Shayne and his team are extremely proud to serve the Inverclyde community 💙 Our match thread is brought to you in association with Titan Spirits, a local company inspired by Clydeside heritage and Inverclyde's incredible scenery. Their new Titan Spiced Rum is available now! Click here to order Titan Spiced Rum! Our match thread is brought to you in association with the new Clyde Eats app and The Cottage Cafe Bistro. Clyde Eats is a new, Inverclyde-based food delivery app aiming to showcase the very best local restaurants and takeaways. The Clyde Eats app is available to download from Google Play and the App Store now!
  6. Morton vs Ayr United – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon Morton will be relieved to return to more familiar surroundings tomorrow, welcoming Ayr United to Sinclair Street in a crunch match for both sides. The Ton will look to put a disappointing result and performance at Palmerston midweek behind them, conceding a winner less than two minutes after scoring a late equaliser themselves. The Ayrshire side will also be seeking to arrest their disappointing run of form, with their only win in November coming against League Two side Albion Rovers in the Scottish Cup. Squad Update Barring any players picking up knocks at Palmerston on Wednesday night, the only Morton player missing through injury is veteran defender Brian McLean. Defender Alan Lithgow will miss tomorrow's match, serving a one game ban following his dismissal at Starks Park a fortnight ago. Photo - GBR Photographs. Current Connections Assistant manager Andy Millen was sent on loan to Ayr United in 1997 while on the books at Raith Rovers, before joining the Ayrshire side permanently. He made sixty league appearances before joining Morton in 1999. Alan Lithgow spent a season at Somerset Park with then League One Ayr United, making thirty-four league appearances over the season. Jim Duffy is the current manager at Somerset Park, following David Hopkin’s resignation earlier on this season, after just fifteen competitive matches. Duffy, who turned out for Morton from 1982-85, joined Morton in 2014 in the wake of relegation to League One, with manager Kenny Shiels being relieved of his duties. He guided the club to the League One title, before getting Morton to the Premiership playoffs and reaching the League Cup semi-final. Dave Timmons was recruited alongside David Hopkin to serve as a goalkeeper coach and scout at Cappielow, he subsequently left alongside Hopkin in December 2020. Andy Murdoch signed for Jim Duffy in September 2016 following his release from Rangers. The hard-working midfielder quickly endeared himself to the Morton support, becoming a mainstay in the side alongside Celtic loanee Jamie Lindsay. Following seventy-five appearances in all competitions for The Ton, Duffy’s successor Ray McKinnon released the midfielder, much to the dismay of the Morton support. Murdoch subsequently signed for Championship rivals Ayr, where he has remained since. Michael Miller was part of the Morton side who won League One in 2014/15. He made forty-eight appearances over two years at the club before joining Livingston. He is currently on the books at Ayr United while on loan at Stenhousemuir. Jack Baird signed for Morton on loan from rivals St Mirren in 2019. He made twenty-one appearances for The Ton before subsequently moving down to Ayr on a permanent deal following his release from St Mirren. Following David Hopkin’s appointment at Somerset Park, he sought some familiar faces from his Morton squad that finished 9th in the Championship last term. Goalkeeper Aidan McAdams, defenders Sean McGinty and Marcus Fjortoft and attacker Cameron Salkeld all joined their former gaffer in his new role. Tale of the Tape Morton travelled to Somerset Park on Matchday Seven of this season’s Championship. The Ton lined up against no fewer than five former players, with former Ton player and manager Jim Duffy in the home dugout following David Hopkin’s ‘shock’ resignation. The match itself was a fiercely contested affair, with neither side being able to impose themselves. There was little in the way of chances, with Gozie Ugwu’s half volley from 25 yards almost catching Charlie Albinson cold towards the end of the first half. Substitute James Maxwell’s angled drive from the edge of the area cannoned off the crossbar midway during the second half. The match finished goalless, the first point Morton had claimed in five competitive matches. Photo - GBR Photographs. Opposition Analysis The form book suggests that tomorrow could be a low scoring affair. Hosts Morton sit bottom of the goals tally with 12 (0.80 per 90 mins) so far this term. Ayr have struggled for goals this term with 13 (0.86 per 90 mins). The away side have taken the least number of shots in the league this term with 113 attempted (7.53 per 90 mins), with Morton attempting 126 (8.40 per 90 mins), earning them 8th place in the Championship for shots attempted. Both Marcus Fjortoft and Tomi Adeloye sit joint top of the Championship’s bookings tally with five a piece. Both sides have had two dismissals this season – with Aaron Muirhead, Jonathan Afolabi, Cameron Blues and Alan Lithgow all seeing red. I spoke to Marc Dunlop (@Marco_Ayr) ahead of tomorrow’s clash, who spoke his side’s disappointing run of recent form – “The Honest Men will be looking to put a disappointing November behind them, where they picked up only 1 point. Their last win in the league came on October 16th, a 2-1 home victory against QOS. However, after returning to winning ways last week in the Scottish Cup, Jim Duffy will be hoping to build on the positives & hopeful of taking all three points. Goals have been hard to come by recently, but United will look to their top scorer, Tomi Adeloye to lead the line & the supporters will be hopeful Duffy starts veteran attacker Michael Moffat, who showed his qualities in the win against Albion Rovers last time out. Like previous encounters between the sides this season, a tight, low scoring affair will be expected.” Photo - GBR Photographs. Betting Guide All odds are provided by McBookie. Odds are correct as of 6.30am on 2nd December 2021 and are subject to change. Please only bet within your means and visit BeGambleAware if you are struggling. Despite home advantage, The Ton head into the match priced higher than even money at 6/5. Morton to win and BTTS chalks at 4/1, with 13/5 priced for a home win with a clean sheet. If you fancy a comfortable home win you can back Morton on a -1 handicap at 15/4. The draw prices at 11/5, with a repeat of the 0-0 draw at Somerset Park priced at 15/2. Jim Dufy’s side are 2/1 to leave Cappielow with all three points. Ayr to win and BTTS is 11/2, with 4/1 chalked up for Ayr to win with a clean sheet. If you fancy Ayr to win on a -1 handicap you can back this at 13/2. Match Officials Referee – Andrew Dallas AR1 – Graeme Stewart AR2 – Graham Chambers
  7. Our match preview and thread is brought to you in association with The Inverclyde Boiler Company, The Inverclyde Bathroom Company and The Inverclyde Kitchen Company. Shayne and his team are extremely proud to serve the Inverclyde community 💙 Our match thread is brought to you in association with Titan Spirits, a local company inspired by Clydeside heritage and Inverclyde's incredible scenery. Their new Titan Spiced Rum is available now! Click here to order Titan Spiced Rum! Our match thread is brought to you in association with the new Clyde Eats app and The Cottage Cafe Bistro. Clyde Eats is a new, Inverclyde-based food delivery app aiming to showcase the very best local restaurants and takeaways. The Clyde Eats app is available to download from Google Play and the App Store now!
  8. Queen of the South vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon. Familiar foes Morton and Queen of the South will battle it out for a place in the final four of this season’s SPFL Trust Trophy tonight at Palmerston, with an away tie against League One Cove Rangers awaiting the victors. Gus MacPherson’s side performed well at the Caledonian Stadium on Saturday, with a Gavin Reilly goal securing a Scottish Cup replay at Cappielow next midweek. The Cappielow gaffer will hope his tweaked system can bring the Sinclair Street side’s first win against Queen of the South this term. Squad Update Brian McLean’s spell on the sideline looks set to continue as the veteran continues his rehabilitation following an injury sustained at East End Park. Morton will again be without a second choice goalkeeper following Chris Wylie’s request to leave the club. Photo - GBR Photographs. Current Connections Nobody in the current Queens ranks has played their football in Greenock, however Queens manager Allan Johnson played under Gus MacPherson for a season during his tenure as St Mirren boss. Loanee striker Gavin Reilly came through the youth ranks at Palmerston, spending five seasons in their first team. Signing his first professional contract ahead of the 2010/11 season, he made his first team debut in July 2010 in a League Cup match against Dumbarton, scoring a debut goal in a 5-1 win. He spent five seasons in the first team set up at Palmerston, making 111 league appearances and scoring 39 goals before moving to Hearts. Morton’s managerial team, Gus MacPherson and Andy Millen, spent a season in the Dumfries dugout in 2011/12. Their squad featured familiar faces such as Lee Robinson, Alan Reid, Ryan McGuffie, Craig Reid and Scott McLaughlin. They finished bottom of the table and were relegated to the Second Division, with MacPherson and Millen being sacked at the end of the campaign with a win ratio of only 23.81%. Players moving between the two clubs has been very common in recent years. Gary Oliver has alternated between Dumfries and Greenock from 2015 to the present day, having two spells with both clubs. Kyle Jacobs had a four-season stint at Queens between 2015-2019. Michael Ledger joined Morton last summer following his release from the Doonhamers. Tale of the Tape Morton squared off against Queens on Matchday Ten in Dumfries. Both sides struck the woodwork in the first half, as Willie Gibson hit a post from a free-kick and Robbie Muirhead clipped the bar. Lee Connolly forced Jack Hamilton into a fine stop after the break, with a long range strike from Willie Gibson almost catching out the Morton shotstopper. The stalemate left the home side 7th and the home side in 9th place in the Championship. Queen of the South visited Cappielow on Matchday Three this season, with The Ton looking to follow up on an impressive away win at New Douglas Park the previous week. Willie Gibson received the ball on the right hand side and sailed past Darren Hynes, with Kyle Jacobs’ recovery tackle fouling the experienced midfielder. Ally Roy’s initial effort was saved by Jack Hamilton, however the penalty taker tucked home the rebound to give the away side the lead. Club captain Jacobs made amends later in the first half, restoring parity for his side. A Reece Lyon corner was met at the near post by Jacobs, who guided a header past Soloman Brynn in the Wee Dublin End goal. Jacobs again was at the heart of the action, this time for all the wrong reasons, as he got the final touch on a Queens attack to give his former club a 2-1 lead. A thumping finish from Ruben Soares Junior looked to have wrapped up the points for the Dumfries side. Alan Lithgow’s effort, that cannoned off of Soloman Brynn on its way into the net, ensured a dramatic climax to the match, but the away side held firm to claim all three points and inflict the first league defeat of the season on Gus MacPherson’s side. Photo - GBR Photographs. Opposition Analysis I spoke to QoSTV commentator Finlay Jack (@Finlay_Jack5) ahead of Wednesday’s match, who spoke of the opportunity for the winner of this tie to challenge for the tournament – “It’s felt like we’ve play Morton every other week over the past couple years in truth but I’m really looking forward to this one. The Challenge Cup offers a really great opportunity to get your hands on some silverware if you are a Queens or a Morton or a side that isn’t likely of to be up at the top of the league. We have a reasonably big squad by our standards but have a worrying lack of options at the back with various players injured. Udoka Chima will miss out with a thigh injury, Josh Debayo missed the Cove game with a back issue and Roberto Nditi saw a straight red against Cove, though I’m unsure whether that suspends him for the quarter-final. Euan East has switched from wing to centre-back this season and been good, however picked up an injury before the Inverness game so might also be out. Expect to see Wullie Gibson in at centre-back next to Paul McKay if the aforementioned players don’t make it, though I’m hopefully at least one will. We’re also without Ben Liddle, Aidan Fitzpatrick (both injured) and Innes Cameron (cup-tied) so we’re down to the bare bones a bit. Nonetheless I’m hopeful of a win. From what I’ve saw of Morton this season they really aren’t up to much - although I’ve no doubt Ton fans will be saying the same about us! Don’t think it’ll be a classic on Wednesday, but I’ll opt for 2-1 Queens. Ruari Paton will score.” Photo - GBR Photographs. Betting Guide All odds are provided by McBookie. Odds are correct at 6.30am on 30th November 2021 and are subject to change. Please only bet within your means and visit BeGambleAware if you are struggling. The home side go into the tie as slight favourites, priced at 5/4 to progress to the Semis. Queens to win and BTTS prices at 7/2, with the home side chalked at 3/1 to win without reply. If you fancy a comfortable home win you can back Queens on a -1 handicap at 15/4. The match heading to extra time prices at 23/10, with a goalless 90 minutes priced at 9/1. 15/8 is your reward if you fancy Morton to progress in 90 minutes. Morton to win and BTTS is 9/2, with the away side valued at 4/1 to win without Jack Hamilton conceding. Morton to win on a -1 handicap is priced at 11/2. Match Officials Referee – Alan Newlands AR1 – Daniel McFarlane AR2 – Craig Ferguson Fourth Official – Steven Reid
  9. Away Day Guide – Queen of the South (1st December) Photo - Heavens Above (YouTube) Tickets Traveling fans can purchase their tickets at Palmerston Park right up until kick-off. The pricing structure is Adults - £15; Concessions (OAPs, Students and 16-21 year olds) - £8 and U16s - £5. The match will also be streamed live on PPV by Queen of the South for those that can’t make it to Palmerston Park. PPV access can be purchased here. Disabled Supporters Information Away fans with accessibility issues will be housed in the DBS Digital Stand – which has accessible entry and a ramp for wheelchair users. While there is no specific disability parking spots at the stadium itself, both the arena and ice rink around the perimeter of the stadium have disabled parking spaces available for public use. Your point of contact is the club’s DAO – Keith Thom. You can contact him on 01387 254853 or at DAO@qosfc.com. Supporters Buses The Gourock Morton Supporters are running a bus leaving from Monteiths at 5pm with pick-ups available en-route. The cost will be confirmed on the day. Message their page on Facebook or contact Mark on 07847847357 to book a space. By Train There are three services an hour to Glasgow Central on the low line, departing Gourock at :08, :38 and :54 every hour, as well as one train an hour on the high line, departing Wemyss Bay at :57 every hour. There is a direct service from Glasgow Central to Dumfries on the Glasgow to Carlisle line operated by ScotRail. Unfortunately there is no method of returning to Glasgow from Dumfries on the same evening as the game. The 16:11 service arrives in Dumfries at 17:59. An off-peak day return for the train costs £20.30. All information taken from the ScotRail website. By Car Come off the M74 at J15 (Moffat) and follow the A701 to Dumfries, then onto the A75 Dumfries Bypass. Use the postcode DG29BE for the stadium. There is plenty of street parking around the stadium. Pre-Match If traveling by train, the Waverly Bar (48 Lovers' Walk, Dumfries DG1 1LX) is at the top of the hill from the train station, around a two-minute walk from the platform is a mile from the stadium. The Palmerston Lounge Bar is located inside the main stand of the stadium and serves alcohol until kick off. Photo – Trip Advisor
  10. Dean, Alan and Stephen discuss Saturday's draw away at Inverness in the Scottish Cup, the new shape deployed by MacPherson and preview Wednesday night's SPFL Trust Trophy Quarter Final tie at Palmerston.
  11. Dean, Alan and Stephen discuss Saturday's draw away at Inverness in the Scottish Cup, the new shape deployed by MacPherson and preview Wednesday night's SPFL Trust Trophy Quarter Final tie at Palmerston.
  12. Our match preview and thread is brought to you in association with The Inverclyde Boiler Company, The Inverclyde Bathroom Company and The Inverclyde Kitchen Company. Shayne and his team are extremely proud to serve the Inverclyde community 💙 Our match thread is brought to you in association with Titan Spirits, a local company inspired by Clydeside heritage and Inverclyde's incredible scenery. Their new Titan Spiced Rum is available now! Click here to order Titan Spiced Rum! Our match thread is brought to you in association with the new Clyde Eats app and The Cottage Cafe Bistro. Clyde Eats is a new, Inverclyde-based food delivery app aiming to showcase the very best local restaurants and takeaways. The Clyde Eats app is available to download from Google Play and the App Store now!
  13. Inverness vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon. Morton’s Scottish Cup journey, on the centennial anniversary of Jimmy Gourlay’s goal bringing the cup to Greenock, begins tomorrow with a trip north. Gus MacPherson’s side will travel up the A9 to the Caledonian Stadium for the second time this season, tasked with toppling a very impressive Inverness side. The Highland side, who lifted our showpiece trophy in 2014/15, have only squared off against their Inverclyde counterparts twice in this competition, running out comfortable winners in both these contests. Photo - GBR Photographs, Squad Update Brian McLean’s spell on the sidelines looks set to continue as the veteran continues his rehabilitation following an injury sustained at East End Park. Morton will again be without a second choice goalkeeper following Chris Wylie’s request to leave the club. It’s worth noting that clubs competing in SFA sanctioned cup competitions are required to list a sub goalkeeper, name six substitutes out of seven or nominate an outfield player (and are therefore forbidden to use them as an outfield player) as the second choice goalkeeper to avoid an SFA sanction. Current Connections Nobody in the current Morton squad has ever plied their trade in Inverness. The Caley Jags do have someone in their ranks with somewhat of a link to Cappielow. Right sided defender Wallace Duffy joined Morton on loan from parent club St Johnstone in September last year, only for the loan to be terminated a few days later due to ‘non footballing reasons’. He was subsequently released from the Perth side and signed for Inverness on a two-year deal. Former Ross County stalwart Michael Gardyne spent the first half of the 2007/08 season at Cappielow. Having brought the youngster in, Jim McInally struggled to give Gardyne a consistent run of games in one position, and as a result, the winger struggled to force his way into the first team squad consistently. Having made ten league appearances for the club, he then joined Second Division Ross County, in his first of three spells with the Staggies. Photo - GBR Photographs. Tale of the Tape Morton’s first trip to the Highlands this season marked the end of the first quarter of the Championship campaign. The home side recorded a comfortable win to earn top spot in the league table. A Morton corner led to the opening goal. After shepherding a Morton header harmlessly out of play, Caley Jags goalkeeper Mark Rigers launched a long ball forward in the direction of Billy McKay. The ball evaded both covering defenders Tom Allan and Lewis Strapp, allowing the home side to take the lead. Former Ton man Michael Gardyne slotted the ball past Jack Hamilton from close range four minutes after the interval, rounding off a frustratingly comfortable win for the home side. Opposition Analysis Inverness’ impressive league performance thus far cannot be accredited to exceptional attacking play. Despite taking the second highest number of shots in the league, currently standing at 172 (11.47 per 90 mins), they have only scored the five highest number of goals in the Championship with 18 goals in 15 matches. By comparison, Morton sit bottom in the goal ratings and third bottom for shots attempted this term. The Highlanders’ success this term appears to have been built on a solid defensive foundation. Mark Riders has only found his goal breached on 11 occasions this season, a record which has only been bested by league leaders Kilmarnock. The Caley Jags’ rear-guard have shown their combative side this season, with 168 fouls (11.2 per 90 mins) and 26 bookings (1.73 per 90 minutes) so far this term. Photo - GBR Photographs. Betting Guide All match odds are provided by McBookie. Odds are correct as of 6am on 26th November 2021 and are subject to change. Please only bet within your means and visit BeGambleAware if you are struggling. Inverness are, unsurprisingly, favourites for this match, priced at 8/13 to win the tie on Saturday. The Caley Jags are 13/5 to win with BTTS and 13/8 to win without conceding. If you fancy the home side to repeat their last result over Morton, you can back them on a -1 handicap at 7/4. Gus MacPherson’s side are 14/5 to force a replay at Cappielow, with a 0-0 stalemate chalked at 9/1. Morton are 4/1 to travel back down the A9 with the win, 17/2 to win with BTTS and 7/1 to win without Jack Hamilton being breached. If you fancy Morton to record a comfortable victory in Inverness, you can back them on a -1 handicap at 12/1. Match Officials Referee – Colin Steven AR1 – John McCrossan AR2 – Paul McAvinue
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