Dundee 2
Raith Rovers 0
League (Division One)


Dundee
2 - 0
Raith Rovers 

League (Division One)
Saturday, April 24th, 2010
Dens Park
Attendance: 3,187
3:00 PM Kick-off

Goalscorers
Sean Higgins (52)
Gary Harkins (pen.) (65)
None.

Team Managers
Gordon Chisholm
John McGlynn

Starting Eleven
1. Derek Soutar
2. Ryan O'Leary
3. Craig McKeown
4. Jim Laughlan
5. Eric Paton
6. Andrew Shinnie
7. Brian Kerr
8. Gary Harkins
9. Craig Forsyth
10. Sean Higgins
11. Colin McMenamin
David McGurn .1
David Armstrong .2
Dougie Hill .3
Grant Murray .4
Iain Davidson .5
Allan Walker .6
Iain Williamson .7
Johnny Russell .8
Mark Ferry .9
Grégory Tadé .10
Jamie Mole .11

Bench
12. Bobby Geddes
14. Ben Hutchinson
15. Pat Clarke
16. Richie Hart
17. Maroš Klimpl
Gary O'Connor .12
Dene Shields .14
Stephen Simmons .15
Robert Sloan .16
Darren Smith .17

Substitutions
None. Stephen Simmons for Jamie Mole (46)
Robert Sloan for Iain Williamson (62)
Darren Smith for Johnny Russell (70)

Cautions
Brian Kerr (29)
Ryan O'Leary (37)
Jim Laughlan (55)
Iain Davidson (45)
Mark Ferry (62)
David Armstrong (76)
David Armstrong (84)

Red Cards
None. David Armstrong (84)
Match Officials

Steven Nicholls (Referee)


Match Report


This match has no report.



Squad Statistics (as at April 24th, 2010)


2009-10 All Time
Age
Derek Soutar (GK)28 2 - 49 -
Jim Laughlan33 34 - 51 -
Eric Paton31 421765
Craig McKeown25 10 - 32 -
Ryan O'Leary22 7 - 7 -
Gary Harkins25 44184418
Brian Kerr28 421421
Craig Forsyth21 336376
Andrew Shinnie20 13 - 341
Sean Higgins25 317317
Colin McMenamin29 3998323






League Table (as at April 24th, 2010)


No league table has been added for this season.


Manager's Programme Notes


Today we Welcome Raith Rovers to Dens Park for the last home game of the season.

John McGlynn's team have been fighting for 1st Division survival and proved on Wednesday they are not an easy opponent.

Although promotion has eluded us we will be striving to retain second place in the league and finish our home season with a win.

We would like to thank you the fans for the support you have given the team home and away throughout the year and ask that you get behind us again today.

A lot of hard work will be put in between now and next season to ensure that the Club has a realistic chance of returning to the SPL at the end of the next campaign.

Enjoy the game and see you next season!

Gordon Chisholm