Caley Thistle struggled in the first half against a fine Albion side who had good chances through Scott, Collins & Shah. In the second half a Lisle header went past the post and at the other end McRitchie saved well from Albionâ€™s McBride. On the hour Mark MacMillan had two chances for the home side but it was Albion who took the lead with a 66th minute penalty goal. Mike Andrew pushed Joe McBride in the box and Martin Scott scored. Caley Thistle fought back and substitute Charlie Christie scored twice to give the home side a win. The first came in 73 minutes when he collected a Martin Lisle throw in and scored with a 20 yard drive. Two minutes later Christie drew Davidson from his line and netted from 15 yards to give Caley Thistle three points.