Queens Park 0 - 3 Inverness CT

League Match
Saturday, November 11th, 1995, 3:00 PM at Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 597
Referee: Willie Young
Queens Park Inverness CT

Goalscorers
None. Iain Stewart (17)
Iain Stewart (21)
Alan Hercher (50)

Team Managers
Unknown. Steve Paterson

Starting Eleven
Chalmers
Callan
Graham
Arbuckle
Elder
Maxwell
Fraser
Caven
Edgar
MacPhee
McGoldrick
Jim Calder
Dave Brennan
Mark McAllister
Mike Noble
Richard Hastings
John Scott
Graeme Bennett
Charlie Christie
Alan Hercher
Colin Mitchell
Iain Stewart

Bench
Ferry
Kerr
Porter
Dave McGinlay
Martin Lisle
Dougie Green

Substitutions
Kerr => Fraser (54)
Porter => Edgar (79)
Ferry => Graham (84)
Dave McGinlay for Richard Hastings (68)
Dougie Green for Colin Mitchell (80)
Martin Lisle for Mark McAllister (86)

Bookings
None. Mark McAllister (60)

Red Cards
None. None.
Appearances & Goals To Date
Jim Calder (GK) 18 apps -
Dave Brennan 39 apps2 goals
Richard Hastings 25 apps2 goals
Mark McAllister 46 apps4 goals
Mike Noble 39 apps1 goal
Charlie Christie 40 apps11 goals
Graeme Bennett 32 apps3 goals
John Scott 36 apps4 goals
Colin Mitchell 40 apps4 goals
Alan Hercher 35 apps13 goals
Iain Stewart 15 apps15 goals
Dave McGinlay (sub) 5 apps -
Martin Lisle (sub) 39 apps1 goal
Dougie Green (sub) 12 apps1 goal

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Richard Hastings (18 years 181 days)
Oldest Player:Jim Calder (35 years 204 days)
Average Player Age:26 years 300 days
Domestic Players:10 (90.91 % of starting eleven)

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Richard Hastings (18 years 181 days)
Oldest Player:Jim Calder (35 years 204 days)
Average Player Age:26 years 353 days
Domestic Players:13 (92.86 % of matchday squad)

First Team Debuts

Milestones

Caley Thistle clearly enjoyed this visit to the National Stadium and dominated most of the match.

In 17 minutes Iain Stewart scored from close range after good work by Christie and Hercher. Four minutes later Stewart added a second when he drew the whole defence and slotted the ball just inside the right hand post.

Queens had first half chances but they found Jim Calder in great form. Just after the restart Chalmers bravely smothered the ball at Stewarts feet.

In 50 minutes Alan Hercher made it 3-0 - he collected a long pass from Charlie Christie and drove the ball home from 20 yards. Further chances fell to Stewart, Christie and Hercher but it remained 3-0 and Caley Thistle moved up into second place in the league.

Pld W D L F A +/- Pts
1. Livingston 13 9 3 1 20 6 14 30
2. Inverness CT 13 7 3 3 35 15 20 24
3. Ross County 13 6 5 2 25 16 9 23
4. Brechin City 13 6 4 3 15 9 6 22
5. Cowdenbeath 13 5 2 6 22 23 -1 17
6. Arbroath 13 4 5 4 18 21 -3 17
7. Alloa Athletic 13 4 3 6 12 21 -9 15
8. Queens Park 13 3 2 8 11 22 -11 11
9. East Stirlingshire 13 2 4 7 17 27 -10 10
10. Albion Rovers 13 3 1 9 20 35 -15 10