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17.08.2002 @ 15:00 Caledonian Stadium, Inverness Attendance: 2267
Inverness CT
1 - 2
Falkirk
Referee: J Rowbotham League-match

Goalscorers
Ross Tokely (24)
Miller (81)
Tosh (90)
Starting Lineup
Mark Brown
Ross Tokely
Grant Munro
Bobby Mann
Stuart Golabek
Stuart McCaffrey
Charlie Christie
Barry Robson
Russell Duncan
Liam Keogh
Dennis Wyness
Ferguson
Lawrie
McQuilken
Rennie (Trialist 47)
Hughes
James
Henry (Kerr 54)
Miller
Coyle (Samuel 70)
McPherson
Tosh
Substitutes
Ally Ridgers
Roy McBain
Anthony Low
Richie Hart
Paul Ritchie
Trialist
Kerr
Samuel
McSween
Hill
Substitutions
Roy McBain -> Ross Tokely (38)
Paul Ritchie -> Liam Keogh (57)
Anthony Low -> Dennis Wyness (85)
Trialist -> Rennie (47)
Kerr -> Henry (54)
Samuel -> Coyle (70)
Yellow cards
Dennis Wyness (60)
McPherson
Miller
Red cards
None. None
Match report
After another good performance Caley Thistle were devastated to lose two late goals. The first half was full of pace and passion as the home side drove forward into the strong wind in search of their first goal of the season. Falkirk nearly struck in the second minute when Owen Coyle pounced on a deflected clearance and was one-on-one with Mark Brown the keeper dived to smother Coyles shot. The opening goal came in 24 minutes. A Barry Robson free kick from wide left curled into the goalmouth and Ross Tokely bravely headed into the net despite being injured in the process. Coyle tried a shot on the turn in 31 minutes but it bobbled past. Falkirk improved in the second half but not before Robson created a chance in 49 minutes with a strong run. He shot wide with Keogh better placed on his right. Keogh limped off after an excellent performance and he was missed greatly. Falkirk pressed hard for the last half hour but the defence stood firm until the 81st minute. Mark Kerrs corner led to a series of blocked shots before Lee Miller found the net after Brown had pushed away Andy Lawries shot. After three extra minutes Falkirk were awarded a free kick just inside the ICT half. Jamie McQuilkens high ball into the box broke to Steve Tosh and he sent a low shot past Brown. A major disappointment to the home fans but the signs of a recovery are there.