Final Result
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27th October 2014
Queens Park vs Annan
Development League

Match Details

Queens Park vs Annan


Annan Athletic - 0
Queens Park FC - 1


Dan Wood
Michael MacAnespie
Daniel Wadge
Ryan McStay
Josh Todd
Kieran Brannan
Scott Davidson
Rabin Omar
Jake Gemmill (Craig Murray, 45)
James Gillan (Jordan Brown, 50)
Zak Caldwell (Jamie Johnstone, 70)

Unused Subs




Match Report

Queens Park lifted the points at a windswept Toryglen on Monday evening courtesy of a penalty two minutes into the second half after Dan Wadge upended William Mortimer and Dale Jones converted the spot kick .
Chances at both ends were few and far between, Rabine Omar came close in the 15th minute with a well struck shot from a Kieran Brannan cross. The Spiders came close when Lee Davidsons shot struck the cross bar in the 21st minute.
The second half started with the penalty kick but that apart there were few opportunities with both defences giving very little away. The defeat leaves Annan still looking for their first victory in the Development League.
Annan’s next match in the Development League is on Tuesday evening when they play Ayr United at Somerset Park on Tuesday 4th November evening kick off 7-30pm.
Annan Athletic – J Gemmel ( C Murray ht) , K Brannan, D Wood, M McAnespie, D Wadge, R McStay , J Todd, J Gillan ( J Brown 50 min),S Davidson, R Omar, Z Caldwell ( J Johnstone 70 min). Subs not used Trialsit, Trialist, Trialist.

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