Partick Thistle 0
Dundee 2
League (Premier Division)


0 - 2


League (Premier Division)
Saturday, March 27th, 1982
Firhill Stadium
Attendance: 2,500
3:00 PM Kick-off

None. Eric Sinclair (29)
Cammy Fraser (35)

Team Managers
Peter Cormack Donald Mackay

Starting Eleven
1. Alan Rough
2. Dave McKinnon
3. Brian Whittaker
4. Jamie Doyle
5. Andy Dunlop
6. Kenny Watson
7. Donald Park
8. Alex O'Hara
9. Maurice Johnston
10. Ian McDonald
11. Tony Higgins
Bobby Geddes .1
Stewart McKimmie .2
Danny Cameron .3
Cammy Fraser .4
Jim Smith .5
Bobby Glennie .6
Peter Mackie .7
Ian Fleming .8
Eric Sinclair .9
George McGeachie .10
Albert Kidd .11

12. Iain Jardine
14. Joe Sweeney
Chic McLelland .12
Ray Stephen .14

Iain Jardine for Brian Whittaker
Joe Sweeney for Tony Higgins
Ray Stephen for Ian Fleming (29)

Alex O'Hara Albert Kidd

Red Cards
None. George McGeachie (78)

Match Officials

H. Alexander (Irvine) (Referee)

Match Report

Newspaper extract from The Sunday Post .

Dundee were no great shakes, but then Thistle had the shakes so a home win was never really on.

Admittedly the Jags had their walking wounded with Rough unable to take goal kicks, due to a groin injury and Whittaker with a bandaged right wrist. Even so, they were pretty clueless on the whole.

Dundee were much more inventive and their goals were things of beauty.

For the first Smith headed a Mackie corner into the crowded goalmouth and Sinclair nipped between Rough and two hesitant home defenders to open the scoring.

No. 2 was even better. From a 25 yard free-kick Cammy Fraser rifled a grounder into Rough's right hand corner. Thistle's defensive wall looked like a vandalised chestnut fencing.

Fraser will have to watch it. That's three super goals he has scored in the last four games!

With Dundee surprisingly in a defensive mood after the break, Thistle came more into it. Geddes stopped a Dunlop piledriver and an O'Hara header superbly. And a back-header from colleague Cameron was also tricky.

In the second half, Kidd was booked for a bit of hanky panky while taking a throw-in. But nobody expected the amazing row which erupted twelve minutes from time.

George McGeachie fouled O'Hara then grappled with him and was sent packing. O'Hara was booked for his seemingly innocent part in the stramash.

Name McKinnon, Dunlop. and Watson and you have all the Firhill pass marks. Getting harder to see daylight in Jags' tunnel. Geddes, Cameron, Fraser, Smith, Glennie, and Mackie were Dundee toppers.

Squad Statistics (as at March 27th, 1982)

1981-82 All Time
Bobby Geddes (GK)21 26 - 57 -
Danny Cameron28 312312
Bobby Glennie24 35 - 1852
George McGeachie23 3121267
Stewart McKimmie19 14 - 31 -
Jim Smith20 101101
Ian Fleming29 245529
Cammy Fraser24 2856512
Peter Mackie24 3059712
Albert Kidd20 301301
Eric Sinclair28 23624586
Ray Stephen (sub)19 2244912

League Table (as at March 27th, 1982)

No league table has been added for this season.