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Saturday, April 30th 2005

5:44 PM


SCOTLAND 3 Isle of Man 0

at Petershill

Scorers : Dingwall 2, Downs

Glenafton's Joe Carruth captained Scotland Juniors to a comfortable 3-0 victory over the Isle of Man in their final match of the quadrangular Statoil Tournament. Brian Dingwall (Maryhill) opened the scoring with a looping header and Robert Downs (Arthurlie) made it 2-0 with another header a few minutes later. Dingwall made it 3-0 after a dreadful mix up between the IOM goalie and his centre back.

Andy Essler (Maryhill) had a long range shot which thundered off the bar, whilst Stevie Agnew, a strong candidate for man of the match (along with Maryhill's  Stevie Millar) saw his Beckham-esque effort from the half-way line deceive the keeper, but agonisingly just fail to dip under the crossbar.



 Robert Downs, heads home to put Scotland 2-0 up

 Stevie Agnew congratulates Brian Dingwall on making it 3-0, with Robert Downs

 Stevie Agnew enjoying the Petershill playing surface

 Joe Carruth in charge

Glenafton's Joe Carruth , Stevie Agnew and Glenafton 'wannabe' Martin McGarvey of Arthurlie

Scottish squad - Ian Wilson (Pollok), Iain Ross (Lochee United), Joe Carruth (Glenafton) , Roberto Morris and John Ward (Tayport), Stevie Miller (Maryhill), Tom Courts (Hill O'Beath), Zander Ryan (Arthurlie), Danny Smith (Linlithgow Rose), Raymond Logan (Pollok), Martin McGarvey (Arthurlie), Stevie Agnew (Glenafton), Andy Essler (Maryhill), Scott Peters (Tayport), Stevie Dallas (Petershill), Brian Dingwall (Maryhill), Gavin Friels (Pollok), Robert  Downs (Arthurlie).



Thursday 28th April

Scotland 0 Northern Ireland 1

Republic of Ireland 2 Isle of Man 0

Friday 29th April

Scotland 1 Republic of Ireland 0

Isle of Man 2 Northern Ireland 2

Saturday 30th April

Scotland 3 Isle of Man 0

Republic of Ireland 2 Nothern Ireland 0

Final Table

Scotland P3 W2 D0 L1 F4 A1 Pts6

Republic of Ireland P3 W2 D0 L1 F4 A1 Pts6

Nothern Ireland P3 W1 D1 L1 F3 A4 Pts 4

Isle of Man P3 W0 D1 L2 F2 A7 Pts 1


 As holders Scotland retain the trophy.

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