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22.01.2005 @ 15:00 Almondvale Stadium, Livingston Attendance: 4106
1 - 4
Inverness CT
Referee: Eddie Smith League-match

Horvath (43) Richie Hart (8)
Russell Duncan (38)
Graham Bayne (50)
Juanjo Carricondo (73)
Starting Lineup
Mark Brown
Grant Munro
Stuart Golabek
Stuart McCaffrey
Darren Dods
Barry Wilson
Russell Duncan
Richie Hart
Graham Bayne
Juanjo Carricondo
Craig Brewster
Michael Fraser
Richard Hastings
David Proctor
Roy McBain
Liam Fox
Bryan Prunty
Bajram Fetai
Snodgrass -> Stanic (46)
Lilley -> Hamilton (69)
Bajram Fetai -> Graham Bayne (76)
Bryan Prunty -> Juanjo Carricondo (85)
Yellow cards
Darren Dods (60)
Red cards
None None.
Other statistics
9 Shots 15
4 Shots on goal 13
0 Offsides 0
6 Corner kicks 2
17 Free kicks 22
0 Penalties 0
Match report
A stirring performance and, unlike last week, the efforts were turned into goals. With Ross Tokely still suspended Stuart McCaffrey continued at right back and new loan signing Bajram Fetai took a place on the bench.

Livi had the first shot on goal in the second minute but Jim Hamilton hit over. It only took eight minutes for Richie Hart to give ICT the lead. Stuart Lovell fouled Barry Wilson on the left, Hart sent the free kick to Juanjo and he passed to McCaffrey. When the defenders cross came into the box Hart was there to head home.

Colin Meldrum saved Graham Baynes header in 19 minutes then in 28 minutes the keeper saved from Wilson. In between Hamilton headed past at the other end and Attila Kriston shot high.

ICT went two ahead in 38 minutes when Juanjo split the Livi defence to find Bayne his shot was blocked by Meldrum but Russell Duncan ran in to score before the keeper could recover.

The home side pulled one back just before the break when Ferenc Horvath latched onto Jamie Hands deep cross and headed past Mark Brown.

This failed to halt Caley Thistles dominance and Bayne scored a third just into the second half. Horvath sliced a clearance across his own area and Bayne slid in to chip over Meldrum.

Darren Dods headed wide in 53 minutes then Brown easily held a Kriston shot. Brewster shot over and Meldrum held two shots from Wilson before Juanjo capped a fine performance with the fourth goal in 73 minutes. He latched onto a through ball and hit it past the advancing Meldrum to put the result beyond doubt.

On-loan Ranger Bajram Fetai came on in 76 minutes for Bayne. There were few chances after that but a touch from Brewster two minutes from time set up Fetai - Meldrum had it covered.

A fine victory, three valuable points and a climb to eighth ahead of next weeks return to Inverness. With the completion of two new stands, and undersoil heating in place, all is set for the visit of Dunfermline.