Dundee 1
St Johnstone 0
League (First Division)

1 - 0
St Johnstone 

League (First Division)
Saturday, October 29th, 1994
Dens Park
Attendance: 4,160
3:00 PM Kick-off

George Shaw 

Team Managers
Jim Duffy

Starting Eleven
1. Michel Pageaud
2. John McQuillan
3. Mark Hutchison
4. Ray Farningham
5. Jim Duffy
6. Andy Cargill
7. George Shaw
8. Kevin Bain
9. Paul Tosh
10. Gerry Britton
11. Neil McCann

12. Jim Hamilton
14. Noel Blake

Jim Hamilton for Gerry Britton
Noel Blake for Mark Hutchison

None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

Match Report

This match has no report.

Squad Statistics (as at October 29th, 1994)

1994-95 All Time
Michel Pageaud (GK)28 15 - 26 -
Jim Duffy35 10 - 1972
Mark Hutchison21 6 - 6 -
John McQuillan24 16 - 1455
Kevin Bain22 81511
Neil McCann20 113394
Andy Cargill19 2 - 2 -
Ray Farningham33 152434
Gerry Britton - 17133717
Paul Tosh21 163475
George Shaw25 1663714
Noel Blake (sub) - 16 - 432
Jim Hamilton (sub)18 92102

League Table (as at October 29th, 1994)

No league table has been added for this season.

Manager's Programme Notes

The last few weeks have seen us look a little bit more solid and professional, though we have still had a few shaky moments.

Happily, however, results have been better as we are now back within touching distance of the leaders and entered the final of the B & Q Cup.

In addition to being a tighter unit defensively, we have created far more scoring opportunities. This is despite us not playing quite as fluently, but we have worked and the results have followed accordingly.

After beating Hamilton here, it was dies was disappointing that we had to was rely on a late equaliser at Starks Park because we had dominated the the game and Raith had gone ahead with what was effectively their first shot at goal.

It was a similar situation against St Mirren last Saturday. Again we were in control, but lost a goal, but this time we came to score late goal to win all three points as opposed to drawing against Raith Rovers.

In between these important league games, we travelled to East End Park and became the first side to win there since to have February. In that match we welcomed back Neil McCann and the break given him his appears to his appetite for the back with the game back the goal which clinched a place in the final and he carried on the good work with double against St Mirren.

The last couple of weeks have been been important for St Johnstone as they got back to winning ways. It is always a very difficult fixture against them. Not only are they a strong team unit, but they work hard as well and that is what we will have to do this afternoon if we are to bag all three points.