Inverness CT 0 - 0 Clyde

(Won 4 - 2 on pens.)
Challenge Cup - 1/4 Final
Saturday, November 16th, 2019, 3:00 PM at Caledonian Stadium, Inverness
Attendance: 1,066
Referee: Gavin Ross
Inverness CT  Clyde

Goalscorers
None. None.

Team Managers
John Robertson Danny Lennon

Starting Eleven
Mark Ridgers
Coll Donaldson
Carl Tremarco
Brad Mckay
Jamie McCart
Charlie Trafford
Aaron Doran
James Vincent
Mitchell Curry
Jordan White
Miles Storey
David Mitchell
Scott Rumsby
Craig Howie
Martin McNiff
Kieran Duffy
Barry Cuddihy
Chris Mcstay
Raymond Grant
Ross Lyon
Darren Smith
Tony Wallace

Substitutes
Cameron Mackay
Cameron Harper
David Carson
Matheus Machado
James Keatings
Nikolay Todorov
Michael Mcgee
Liam Allison
Luke Mcniven
Michael McMullin
Mark Lamont

Substitutions
James Keatings for Mitchell Curry (63)
Nikolay Todorov for Jordan White (70)
David Carson for Charlie Trafford (81)
Michael McMullin -> Ross Lyon (83)
Mark Lamont -> Darren Smith (72)

Bookings
David Carson (83)
Kieran Duffie (33)
Tony Wallace (73)

Red Cards
None. None.
Appearances & Goals To Date
Mark Ridgers (GK) 107 apps -
Jamie McCart 67 apps1 goal
Coll Donaldson 96 apps4 goals
Carl Tremarco 188 apps15 goals
Brad Mckay 128 apps7 goals
Aaron Doran 261 apps42 goals
James Vincent 87 apps6 goals
Charlie Trafford 78 apps3 goals
Mitchell Curry 11 apps2 goals
Jordan White 71 apps21 goals
Miles Storey 53 apps15 goals
David Carson (sub) 19 apps -
James Keatings (sub) 13 apps3 goals
Nikolay Todorov (sub) 17 apps5 goals

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Mitchell Curry (20 years 130 days)
Oldest Player:Carl Tremarco (34 years 44 days)
Average Player Age:27 years 11 days
Domestic Players:6 (54.55 % of starting eleven)

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Cameron Harper (18 years 10 days)
Oldest Player:Carl Tremarco (34 years 44 days)
Average Player Age:25 years 85 days
Domestic Players:9 (52.94 % of matchday squad)

First Team Debuts

Milestones

Clyde were the visitors for the quarter final tie in the Chocolate Biscuit Cup and it was literally survival of the fittest for both sides who had depleted squads. A sickness bug at the Caledonian Stadium has been doing the rounds on and off the park and Clyde were somewhat diminished with an injury ravaged squad.

Strangely, Inverness fielded what on paper was almost a regular first team squad. Not necessarily a good thing to be honest. Clyde were without top scorer David Goodwillie amongst others.

Let us be frank, this was a rank rotten performance with Inverness looking like a second division Welfare team. That's maybe doing Welfare league sides a disservice such was our inability to play football. We struggled badly to create anything worthy of note and Clyde looked more likely to score from open play than us. We had MotM Mark Ridgers to thank for a couple of great saves, one in particular warming the palms of the home fans when McStay let fly from 25 yards. We could not muster any decent chances in 93 minutes of football. Thankfully, our penalty kicks were brilliant, absolutely clinical and with Ridgers making two superb saves we go into the semi-finals with Raith Rovers, Partick Thistle and the Rangers u21 team.

Our penalty takers were Todorov, Tremarco, Donaldson and Keatings. Grant and McMullin were the Clyde scorers.

Nothing to see here, move along............



None.