Dunfermline Athletic

Fixtures : 1997-1998 : St Mirren

Wed, 20th Aug 1997 Kick Off: 19:45

Dunfermline 2 St Mirren 0

Thursday, 21st Aug 1997

Coca Cola League Cup
Hamish French (2) 1-0:
Andy Smith (47) 2-0:

Dunfermline always looked a League above the Buddies but it wasn’t until the second half that they displayed total supremacy.

Hardly had Sammy the Tammy time to find a seat but Hamish FRENCH had put the Pars ahead. Stewart Petrie crossed to find Andy Smith on the edge of the box and the Pars Ravinelli rattled in a powerful shot from 20 yards.

Dunfermline don’t wait for the half time hospitality to be drain these days Andy Smith single handedly got the better of the Saints defence and put away number two with 47 minutes on the clock

Harry Curran declined two reasonably easy second half chances and the Pars easily qualified to be in Friday night’s draw for the quarter finals.

DUNFERMLINE: Ian Westwater, Greg Shields, Colin Miller, Andy Tod, Ivo Den Bieman, Harry Curran, Allan Moore, David Bingham, Andy Smith, Hamish French, Stewart Petrie
SUBS NOT USED: John Fraser, Young, Zoran Lemajic (GK)
YELLOW CARD: Den Bieman (22)

ST MIRREN: Alan Combe: Barry McLaughlin, Norrie McWhirter, Brian Smith, Gavin Galloway (David Winnie 78), Hugh Murray (David Milne 60), Paul Archdeacon, Tommy Turner, Russell Kelly (Mark Yardley 60), Junior Mendes, Tom Brown
SUBS NOT USED:
YELLOW CARD: McLaughlin, Turner

REFEREE: Bobby Tait (East Kilbride)
WEATHER:
ATTENDANCE 4576

NEXT MATCH: League v Hearts (home) Saturday 23rd August 1997

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