Inverness CT 0 - 0 Airdrieonians

League - Championship
Saturday, March 9th, 2024, 3:00 PM at Caledonian Stadium
Attendance: 2,035
Referee: Calum Scott
Inverness CT  Airdrieonians

None. None.

Team Managers
Duncan Ferguson Rhys McCabe

Starting Eleven
Mark Ridgers
James Carragher
Cameron Harper
Remi Savage
Cameron Kerr
Wallace Duffy
Daniel Devine
Samson Lawal
Max Anderson
Alex Samuel
Billy Mckay
Joshua Rae
Kanayochukwa Megwa
Craig Watson
Callum Fordyce
Mason Hancock
Rhys McCabe
Charles Telfer
Adam Frizzell
Liam McStravick
Gabriel McGill
Nikolay Todorov

Cameron Mackay
Morgan Boyes
Nikola Ujdur
Aaron Doran
Austin Samuels
Aribim Pepple
Adam Brooks
Aaron Taylor-Sinclair
Josh O'Connor
Calum Gallagher
Dean McMaster
Elliot Dunlop
Aaron Lyall
Chris Donnell
Gavin Gallagher
David Hutton

Aribim Pepple for Billy Mckay (68)
Calum Gallagher -> Gabriel McGill (32)
Arron Lyall -> Adam Frizzell (73)
David Hutton -> Joshua Rae (73)

Cameron Kerr (90)
Nikolay Todorov (29)
Rhys McCabe (86)
Liam McStravick (86)
Charles Telfer (94)

Red Cards
None. None.
Appearances & Goals To Date
Mark Ridgers (GK) 268 apps -
James Carragher 9 apps -
Cameron Harper 152 apps10 goals
Remi Savage 8 apps1 goal
Cameron Kerr 8 apps1 goal
Daniel Devine 207 apps7 goals
Wallace Duffy 94 apps3 goals
Samson Lawal 1 app (debut) -
Max Anderson 25 apps2 goals
Alex Samuel 7 apps4 goals
Billy Mckay 281 apps110 goals
Aribim Pepple (sub) 7 apps -

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Samson Lawal (19 years 323 days)
Oldest Player:Billy Mckay (35 years 147 days)
Average Player Age:26 years 174 days
Domestic Players:5 (45.45 % of starting eleven)

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Samson Lawal (19 years 323 days)
Oldest Player:Billy Mckay (35 years 147 days)
Average Player Age:25 years 223 days
Domestic Players:7 (38.89 % of matchday squad)

First Team Debuts
Samson Lawal(Signed March 1st, 2024)


Stale Mates

These two sides looked as though they could play for the whole of March without scoring. In terms of opportunities, the hosts probably shaded it, but when we did miss the first defender, crosses invariably went behind the incoming strikers. On the one occasion we got on the end of the ball Billy Mckay's flicked header was cleared away from goal by Kanayo Megwa. Harper brought about the only save of note in the first half from either keeper when Josh Rae kept his shot out from a tight angle and the follow up from Duffy was blocked as he shot. Rae went off injured as he rushed out to save at the feet of Pepple as he sped into the box, the keeper coming off worst to be replaced by Hutton for the final twenty minutes. Danny Devine headed over a couple of times as he does regularly and we did exert a bit of pressure on the visitors box over the final fifteen minutes, but the clear cut opportunities were difficult to come by and there was always the danger of being caught on the break by the diminutive but lively McStravick and the awkward gangly Todorov. As it was, the game ended all square to retain the status quo at the bottom end of the table. It's very tight down there.


Not the worst 0-0 draw ever, but scoring opportunities were at a premium. Neither keeper was overly troubled and this game had scoreless written all over it given the evidence of the first twenty minutes.

Decent debut from Samson Lawal but our MotM by a country mile was Cammy Kerr who was involved in everything. Max Anderson put in a good shift as well but we need more directness from the wide areas with Harper turning back practically every time he was given the ball wide left.

Match report written by tm4tj


Pld W D L F A +/- Pts
1. Dundee Utd 28 17 7 4 55 17 38 58
2. Raith Rovers 27 16 6 5 48 36 12 54
3. Partick Thistle 27 10 10 7 53 47 6 40
4. Morton 27 10 7 10 34 31 3 37
5. Airdrieonians 27 10 6 11 28 30 -2 36
6. Queens Park 28 8 8 12 41 47 -6 32
7. Dunfermline 28 8 8 12 30 38 -8 32
8. Ayr United 27 9 5 13 38 50 -12 32
9. Inverness CT 28 7 10 11 32 32 0 31
10. Arbroath 27 6 5 16 28 59 -31 23