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18s v Inverness | Match Report | 01/04/22
April 05, 2022

News /Announcements

18s v Inverness | Match Report | 01/04/22

By Karen Malcolm

On Friday afternoon (1st April), Ayr United Under 18s travelled to Dingwall, losing 2-0 to Inverness CT.

The Ayr line-up saw Tyler Fraser between the sticks, Brook Dreghorn on the right-wing, while Max Guthrie started up top. There was also a change to the coaching staff, with Ross Armour stepping in to replace John Crawford for the day.

Ayr nearly had the perfect start as they came close to scoring after only 25 seconds. Scott Tomlinson won the ball and dribbled into the box, but his effort went just past the right-hand post.

Inverness took the lead of the game 2 mins in. Their number 9 moved the ball onto his left foot and whipped a shot into the top of the net from around 23 yards out to give his team an early advantage.

On 12 mins, Ayr were forced into an early substitution when John West replaced Jack Pryce. West took over Pryce's place at right centre back.

Both teams continued to create chances, with Dario Viviani and Brook Dreghorn having the best for the Honest Men; however, the visitors went into halftime 1-0 down.

Ayr made a double substitution at the break, with Aaron Weir and Brook Dreghorn being replaced by Jonathan McPhee and Shaun Donnelly. This substitution saw Lewis Allan move to Weir's right-back slot and United captain Mackenzie Connelly stepping into Allan's centre-back position.

Jonathan McPhee almost made an instant impact just 1 min into the second half. His effort from the 6-yard box was blocked and went narrowly wide of the post for an Ayr corner.

Ayr made two further substitutions in the second half, Harry Simpson replacing Dylan O'Kane, and Ryan Kennedy coming on for Max Guthrie.

With 67 mins on the clock, the home side doubled their lead. Caley's number 10 crossed from the right, where it was met at the back post by their number 11, who put the ball in the back of the net.

The Honest Men continued to push to try and get a goal back, but they couldn’t, and it was Inverness CT that took the victory with a 2-0 win.

This was a disappointing result in the Highlands for the Honest Men, but their attitude was first class, never giving up and creating numerous chances, particularly in the second half. 

 

Ayr United

Fraser, Weir, Johnston, Connelly, Pryce, Allan, Dreghorn, Tomlinson, Guthrie, Viviani, O’Kane Substitutes: Kennedy, McPhee, Simpson, Donnelly, West

                  

Half Time

Inverness CT 1 Ayr United 0

Full Time

Inverness CT 2 Ayr United 0