Our u20s won 2-1 away to St Mirren on Wednesday night in the SPFL u20 Development League.

Saints took the lead through McDonald in the 10th minute, when a long range cross come shot rebounded off the base of the post and he was on hand to knock it in. Docherty, Ryan and Scotland all created openings before we equalised in the 25th minute when Andy Ryan, playing his first game in over a month, headed in from a left wing cross.

McMann and Want defended well throughout, while Armstrong, Ryan and Docherty probed the saints defence. We netted the winner in the 87th minute when Greg Docherty finished from close range. Blair Currie made a superb save in the 90th minute to preseve the three points.

Accies - Currie, Reilly (Harrison 56), McMann, Want, Watson, Lyon (c), Armstrong (McGrath 56), MacKinnon, Scotland (Smith 78 ), Ryan, Docherty. Unused subs - Hill, Granger, Boyd. Referee: Steven Kirkland

Next 20s games - League, home to Dundee Utd, 6pm Tues 7th Oct; SFA Youth Cup home to Livingston, 8pm Thurs 9th Oct

 

u20s Development League and SFA Youth Cup -

Wednesday 1st October: St Mirren v Accies 6pm at St Mirren Park, Paisley, u20 Development League

Tuesday 7th October: Accies v Dundee Utd 6pm at NDP, u20 Development League

Thursday 9th October: Accies v Livingston 8pm at NDP, SFA Youth Cup Round 2

The SPFL Development League table can be accessed here http://spfl.co.uk/reserve-and-youth/development-league/development-league-table/

Hamilton have made the best start to the season of any promoted club in the top flight since Clyde in the 1957/58 season. And that flying start means that McBookie.com now makes them odds on for a Top Six Finish at 8/11.

Read more: McBookie Offers 02/10/14

Celtic v Accies, SPFL Premiership, Sunday 5th October, 1pm kick off - admission and ticket selling details are as follows:-

Adults £26 and £23 (restricted view); Under 16s and over 65s are £17 and £14 (restricted view); Under 13s are £10; Disabled £5. There are only a limited number of full view tickets available, most of what we have are restricted view.

There is a special '2 for 1 Sunday offer' from Celtic as follows - with the purchase of one full price adult ticket, a free ticket can be issued (for an adult or a concession).

Our ticket office now has these and they will be on sale as follows - today, Tuesday 30th 130pm-5pm; Wednesday 1st Oct 10am-4pm; Thursday 2nd Oct 930am-8pm; Friday 3rd Oct 930am-5pm; Saturday 4th Oct 12noon-2pm, or until sold. Ticket office telephone 01698 368650

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Last Game; Accies Defeat Motherwell

Accies advanced to the quarter finals of the League Cup after this tense game at NDP. The teams couldn't be separated after two hours of football and it was a comparatively young Accies side that triumphed on spot kicks. After 10 excellent penalties, Michael McGovern saved from Craig Reid and it was 19 year old Craig Watson (left) who blasted home the winner to earn Accies a trip to Aberdeen.

Full Match Report, pictures, video and interviews

Accies Squad 2014-15

Back row: Dougie Imrie, Ziggy Gordon, Craig Watson, Darren Hill, Kieran MacDonald, Michael McGovern, Jesus Garcia Tena, Blair Currie, Aldin El Zubaidi, Louis Longridge, Stephen Hendrie
Middle row: Colin Clancy (Sports Scientist), Frankie McAvoy (Academy Director), Darren Lyon, Eamonn Brophy, Andy Ryan, Michael Devlin, Mickael Antoine Curier, Martin Canning, Scott McMann, Tony Andreu, Darian MacKinnon, George Cairns (Head of Youth), Craig Coyle (GK Coach)
Front row: Danny Cunning (kitman), Jaison McGrath, Greg Docherty, Jason Scotland, Jon Routledge, Alex Neil (Player / Manager), Ali Crawford, Grant Gillespie, Danny Redmond, Danny Armstrong, Victoria McIntyre (Physiotherapist)

  • 04 Oct
    Celtic (Celtic Pk, 1pm) 04 Oct 2014 All Day

  • 04 Oct - 05 Oct

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League Table

 
P
GD
Pts
Dun Utd
8
8
19
Accies
8
10
17
Inverness
8
5
16
Celtic
7
9
14
Kilmarnock
8
3
14
Aberdeen
8
3
13
Dundee
8
-2
10
St J'stone
8
-5
9
Partick
7
-1
7
Motherwell
8
-8
7
St Mirren
8
-8
4
Ross Co
8
-14
3