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10.09.2002 @ 19:00 Caledonian Stadium, Inverness Attendance: 667
Inverness CT 2 - 0 Dumbarton
Referee: G Mitchell League Cup / Round 1-match

Goalscorers
Dennis Wyness (24)
Paul Ritchie (71)
None
Starting Lineup
Mark Brown
Ross Tokely
Grant Munro
Bobby Mann
Stuart Golabek
Charlie Christie
Barry Robson
Roy McBain
Russell Duncan
Richie Hart
Dennis Wyness
Grindlay
Dickie
Stewart
Scally
McKeown
Collins
Crilly
McEwan
McCutcheon
Brown
Dillon
Substitutes
Ally Ridgers
Anthony Low
Liam Keogh
Brian Gilfillan
Paul Ritchie
Lynes
McCann
Robertson
Jack
Wight
Substitutions
Paul Ritchie -> Charlie Christie (21)
Anthony Low -> Ross Tokely (74)
Liam Keogh -> Richie Hart (74)
Lynes -> Crilly (48)
McCann -> Brown (59)
Robertson -> Dillon (82)
Yellow cards
Richie Hart (60)
Dickie
Red cards
None. None
Match report
The first ever meeting of these clubs and a one sided affair. Despite Dumbartons lofty position at the top of Division 2 they were outclassed by Caley Thistle. In 12 minutes Stephen Grindlay blocked a Charlie Christie shot with his legs after the born-again striker took full advantage of a half chance in the box. Six minutes later Grindlay palmed away a 20 yard shot from Barry Robson. Christie limped off in 21 minutes and was replaced by Paul Ritchie. Two minutes later Dennis Wyness played a one-two with Russell Duncan then pulled his shot wide. The opener came just a minute after that when Robson found Wyness in the box and he scored from 10 yards after a neat dummy. Four minutes into the second half Ross Tokely fired wide then Robson curled a shot over the bar. In 52 minutes Grindlay saved his side once more when he tipped over a Richie Hart drive. In a rare Dumbarton foray upfield a minute later Craig McEwan hit the side netting from 12 yards. Ritchie headed over then saw a shot cleared off the line by David Stewart before he scored with a blistering 16 yard drive in 71 minutes. Robson and Duncan came close towards the final whistle but the Dumbarton defence held out. 2-0 flattered Dumbarton and they had Grindlay to thank for keeping the score down.