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Morton Inverness CT
Scottish Championship
Sat, April 28 - 3 pm
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Pos Team Pld Pts
3. Dundee Utd 35 58
4. Dunfermline 35 56
5. Inverness CT 35 54
6. Morton 35 50
7. Q.O.S. 35 49
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  • New Signing - Rooney joining the team +

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle is delighted to announce the signing of Queen of the South right-back Shaun Rooney on a pre-contract agreement. The 21-year-old will join Read More
  • Season Countdown- Livingston (Away): 24/04/2018 +

    Inverness travel to the Tony Macaroni, knowing they need to win the match to keep the pressure on Dunfermline. Nicky Clark’s 95th minute equaliser for Read More
  • Player of the Year Awards +

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  • Season Countdown: Dunfermline (Home): 21/04/2018 +

    Inverness look to keep their winning run going as they host Dunfermline at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium. This is a massively important game in our Read More
  • Match Preview- Dumbarton (Away): 18/04/2018 +

    Caley Jags are looking to extend their unbeaten run of seven matches as they travel to Renfrewshire to face Dumbarton at the YOUR Radio 103FM Read More
  • “Pleasant Company" with our friends from Dumbarton +

    Dumbarton FC very kindly presented the club with an inscribed rosebowl to mark our meeting in the IRN-BRU Scottish Challenge Cup Final and the club Read More
  • Play-off hopes are alive as ICTFC bang in 5 +

    The ICTFC team were on fire yesterday, keeping their play-off hopes alive by banging in five goals at home against Dumbarton. Nathan Austin was the Read More
  • New deals for Brad and Cammy +

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle are delighted to announce that Brad Mckay and Cammy Mackay have both agreed a two-year contract extension. This means both players have Read More
  • Match Preview- Dumbarton (Home): 14/04/2018 +

    Inverness look to continue their push towards the play-off positions as they entertain Dumbarton at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium. The Caley Jags come into the Read More
  • Have a pie and a pint for a fiver +

    Come along and have a pie and a pint for £5. And watch the Scottish Cup semi-final between Motherwell and Aberdeen. The Sports Bar will Read More
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140916 rangers polworth 001Rangers 1 v 0 Inverness CT

A competition that brought so much to Inverness last year has ended after a narrow defeat at Ibrox. Disappointment was etched on the faces of everyone of a highland persuasion on the final whistle, perhaps because they didn’t want to let go of their finest hour but they must now reflect on how it slipped away.

John Hughes alluded to this post-match – “Getting to the cup final last year brought a great pride and sense of excitement to the club," said the manager. “I'm disappointed to lose the match but not in terms of the way we played. One goal wins the game and it could have fallen to us on another day”. That, in terms of the bare bones of it was true.

140916 rangers williams 001A game of few chances turned on a claim for handball that distracted Inverness long enough for MacLeod to shoot at goal, a shot that the impressive Dean Brill appeared to have covered. What he couldn’t legislate for was the ball spinning off Josh Meekings and past him and all that was left was for him to look as horrified as every other Caley Jags fan in the 15,208 crowd.

140916 rangers warren 001Inverness played well enough in their now customary style and must have believed that their passing would eventually move Rangers around enough to create openings. That happened, but chances for Mckay and Watkins were of the half-if-that variety and even when Gary Warren eventually counted with a trademark header he was offside. Again, Hughes pointed to this: "I thought we played some lovely stuff. One or two chances fell to Billy Mckay and Ian Black got one off the line so that wee bit of luck is deserting us at this moment”. That Black was still participating with his late but crucial clearance was a matter of some fortune, both of Ranger’s yellow cards could easily have been of another hue.

In the end, the noisy and exuberant few hundred fans that had made the journey to Glasgow trooped away quietly but they still have much to look forward to this season: "Football's a strange old game. One minute you're up, the next minute you're down," said Hughes. "It's never a sprint, it's a marathon. Our remit is to get as many points as we can to stay in the Premiership”. That’s something his side will accomplish easily enough this year and then who knows? There will be better days than this, and they start with St. Johnstone on Saturday.


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