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21.09.2002 @ 15:00 Caledonian Stadium, Inverness Attendance: 1685
Inverness CT 5 - 0 Arbroath
Referee: I Brines League-match

Goalscorers
Ross Tokely (6)
Richie Hart (47)
Dennis Wyness (51)
Ross Tokely (68)
Paul Ritchie (85)
None
Starting Lineup
Mark Brown
Ross Tokely
Grant Munro
Bobby Mann
Stuart Golabek
Barry Robson
Roy McBain
Russell Duncan
Richie Hart
Dennis Wyness
Paul Ritchie
Hinchcliffe
Henslee
Bowman
Ritchie
Brown
Cusick
Heenan
McGlashan
McDowell
Currie
Feroz
Substitutes
Ally Ridgers
Chris Miller
Graeme Stewart
Anthony Low
Brian Gilfillan
McAulay
McInally
Spink
Swankie
Gow
Substitutions
Anthony Low -> Grant Munro (69)
Graeme Stewart -> Roy McBain (75)
Brian Gilfillan -> Russell Duncan (86)
McAulay -> Henslee (46)
McInally -> (Cusick (46)
Spink -> Spink (69)
Yellow cards
Russell Duncan (60)
Browne
McInally
Cusick
Red cards
None. None
Match report
Arbroath came to Inverness to defend in depth but failed miserably. Only keeper Craig Hinchcliffe saved them from complete humiliation. Dennis Wyness made the first goal in six minutes when he rounded a defender in the box and sent in an angled shot which Hinchcliffe parried - it dropped for Ross Tokely and he stroked the ball into the empty net. Hinchcliffe saved a Richie Hart header in 16 minutes then Tokely volleyed over from a few yards. Barry Robson sent a diving header past in 21 minutes and after half an hour of play Mark Brown finally made his first save he safely caught a Kevin Heenan cross. The one-way traffic continued to half time then just two minutes after the break it was 2-0. Robson sent over a trademark cross from the left to Hart who side-footed the ball confidently past Hinchcliffe from six yards. In 51 minutes a Grant Munro pass found Dennis Wyness on the right side of the box he slipped past one defender and hit it low into the far corner with Hinchcliffe rooted to the spot. The Arbroath keeper performed acrobatics in 63 minutes to keep out a Paul Ritchie shot but was again beaten five minutes later. A high ball from Hart on the right eventually reached Tokely who scored with an overhead kick from close range with Hinchcliffe left flapping. As the domination continued Robson played up to the crowd with some keepie-uppie before Ritchie was rewarded for his hard work with a goal. A Wyness through ball split the defence and Ritchie hammered it first-time past Hinchcliffe from 15 yards. The keeper denied Ritchie a second goal right on the final whistle when he touched over the strikers goal-bound header. An excellent days work for the home side but the fine entertainment deserved a larger crowd.