Final Result
4 2
21st April 2015
Annan vs Dumbarton
Development League

Match Details

Annan vs Dumbarton


Annan Athletic - 4
Dumbarton FC - 2


Jake Gemmill
Dan Wood
Daniel Wadge
Martin McNiff
Andrew Mitchell
Ryan McStay
Josh Todd
Jordan Brown
Jamie Johnstone
Rabin Omar
Connor Liddell

Unused Subs




Match Report

Annan concluded their Development League West Fixtures at Galabank on Tuesday evening with an impressive 4-2 victory over Dumbarton.

Annan laid the foundations for the victory in the first half, Josh Todd put Annan ahead in the 15th minute when he finished off a good move with a low 15 yard shot past keeper Nathan Adger. Dumbarton squared the match 5 minutes later when Andrew Biddulah’s low shot across keeper Jake Gemmell nestled in the corner of the new. Connor Liddell gave Annan the lead when he was first to react after Andrew Mitchell’s shot cannoned off the cross bar. Jamie Johnstone gave Annan a deserved 3-1 half time lead with brilliant volley in the 40th minute.

Biddulah scored his second goal to reduce the leaway in the 70th minute when he made the most of a dreadful Jake Gemmell throw out. Rabine Omar secured the victory for Annan in the 87th minute when Mitchell and Liddell set him up with the opportunity.

This was Annan’s final match in the Development League West

Annan Athletic – J Gemmell, J Brown, M McNiff, D Wadge, D Wood, R McStay ( F O’Sullivan 70 min), J Johnstone ( S Norman 75 min), A Mitchell, C Liddell, J Todd, R Omar. Subs not used S Henderson, B Cook, B Wagner, C Emmerson.

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