1994–95 Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C. season

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C.
1994-95 season
Manager Sergei Pavlovich Baltacha
Third Division Sixth place
Challenge Cup First round, lost to Dundee
League Cup Second round, lost to Dundee
Scottish Cup First round, lost to Queen of the South
Top goalscorer League:
Charlie Christie (6)
Alan Hercher (6)

All:
Alan Hercher (7)
Highest home attendance 3,562 vs. Ross County, 6 May 1995
Lowest home attendance 491 vs. Albion Rovers, 11 April 1995

Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C. made their Scottish Football League debut in the Scottish Third Division in season 1994–95. They also competed in the Scottish League Cup, the Scottish Challenge Cup and Scottish Cup.

Results[edit]

Scottish Third Division[edit]

Match Day Date Opponent H/A Score ICT Scorer(s) Attendance
1 13 August Arbroath H 5–2 Hercher (3), McKenzie, Robertson 1,700
2 20 August Queen's Park H 0–4 1,500
3 27 August Ross County A 3–1 McLeod, Somerville (own goals), Robertson 3,157
4 3 September Albion Rovers A 1–0 MacMillan 539
5 10 September Forfar Athletic H 3–1 Bennett (2), McKenzie 1,800
6 24 September Alloa Athletic A 1–1 Scott 596
7 1 October East Stirlingshire H 3–3 Noble, McAllister, Robertson 1,400
8 8 October Cowdenbeath H 0–3 1,400
9 15 October Montrose A 1–3 MacMillan 768
10 22 October Arbroath A 2–1 McCraw (2) 592
11 29 October Ross County H 0–0 2,440
12 5 November Queen's Park A 2–0 Robertson, McKenzie 742
13 12 November Forfar Athletic A 1–2 McAllister 647
14 19 November Albion Rovers H 2–1 Christie (2) 1,100
15 26 November Alloa Athletic H 2–2 Christie, Andrew 1,150
16 3 December East Stirlingshire A 0–2 508
17 26 December Cowdenbeath A 1–1 Andrew 461
18 2 January Ross County A 1–3 Andrew 2,749
19 14 January Arbroath H 1–1 Brennan 1,060
20 21 January Queen's Park A 1–4 MacDonald 506
21 4 February Forfar Athletic H 1–1 Scott 700
22 11 February Albion Rovers A 2–1 MacMillan, Lisle 274
23 14 February Montrose H 0–4 850
24 18 February Alloa Athletic A 0–1 386
25 25 February East Stirlingshire H 3–3 Christie (2), McKenzie 844
26 4 March Cowdenbeath H 3–1 McAllister, MacMillan, Mitchell 680
27 11 March Montrose A 1–0 Robertson 781
28 18 March Forfar Athletic A 1–4 Scott 538
29 1 April East Stirlingshire A 0–1 394
30 8 April Alloa Athletic H 0–1 913
31 11 April Albion Rovers H 0–2 491
32 15 April Cowdenbeath A 3–1 Bennett, Scott, Hercher 220
33 22 April Montrose H 0–3 942
34 29 April Arbroath A 0–2 515
35 6 May Ross County H 3–0 MacMillan, Hercher, Christie 3,562
36 13 May Queen's Park H 1–1 Hercher 640

Final League table[edit]

P Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
5 Alloa Athletic 36 15 19 12 50 45 –5 54
6 Caledonian Thistle 36 12 9 15 48 61 –13 45
7 Arbroath 36 13 5 18 51 62 –11 44

Scottish League Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent H/A Score ICT Scorer(s) Attendance
R1 9 August East Stirlingshire A 2–0 Robertson, Hercher 899
R2 17 August Dundee A 0–3 3,112

Scottish Challenge Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent H/A Score ICT Scorer(s) Attendance
R1 28 September Dundee H 1–1 (aet, Dundee won 4-3 on penalties) McDonald 2,000

Scottish Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent H/A Score ICT Scorer(s) Attendance
R1 17 December Queen of the South H 1–2 McAllister 1,100

References[edit]