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Fixtures

Dumbarton v Accies
SPFL Championship
Saturday 26th April 3.00pm

P
GD
Pts
ACCIES
34
22
64
Dundee
34
24
63
Falkirk
34
24
62
QOTS
34
12
51
Dumbarton
34
-1
48
Livingston
34
-5
43
Raith Rovers
34
-10
42
Alloa
34
-12
40
Cowdenbeath
34
-23
36
Morton
34
-31
25

Hamilton Academical FC

u20s beat St Mirren 4-0

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Our u20s continued their fine recent form with a 4-0 win over St Mirren at NDP on Tuesday evening, which sees us maintain 4th place, a point ahead of Motherwell who have a game in hand.

Amazingly, eight of our 18 players were u17s.

This was a comfortable victory and we were always in control after the early jousts. Jaison McGrath (left) opened the scoring in the 36th minute with a nice finish after a good passing move, and young Danny Armstrong made it 2-0 two minutes before the break when he got on the end of a Jack Harrison pass. Skipper Jon Routledge was replaced by Craigy Johnston at half time, and Paul George's nice low drive in the 58th minute put us 3-0 up. In the 74th minute Armstrong turned provider when he set up Jaison McGrath to score and make it 4-0.

Accies: Currie, Watson, McMann, Harrison, Want, Routledge (Johnston 45), Armstrong, George (Quinn 75), McGrath (Brownlie 75), Lyon, Docherty.
Unused subs; Smith, Reilly, J Quitongo, Coyle.
Ref: Derek Crothers

Our final u20 league game of the season is next Tuesday, 29th April, away to Ross County, 6pm at Victoria Park (Global Arena), Dingwall. The up to date SPFL u20 table can be seen here http://spfl.co.uk/reserve-and-youth/u20-league-table/

Player of the Year Dinner

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Join us at New Douglas Park for the annual Player of the Year awards dinner, the highlight of the Hamilton Academical FC social calendar.

Following Alex Neil’s first full season in charge and some fantastic results at home and away, this season has certainly been a special one, and who knows what else is to come?

Relive it all with us as we celebrate the 2013/14 season and announce the Hamilton Academical FC Player of the Year for 2013/14.

You can now vote for the Player and Young Player of the Year plus a few other categories.Click here to take survey

Lunch and Transport Offer for Saturday's Game

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Tuesday, 22 April 2014 14:21

Dumbarton v Accies this Saturday - At NDP this Saturday, pre match lunch and transport to the game. Pie and Chips with peas or beans, bread and butter, tea and coffee, plus transport by coach from NDP to Dumbarton. Price Adults £10, Kids £8. This does NOT include entrance to the match.

This will be in the function suite at NDP - paybar opens at 11.30am, lunch at 12, coach leaves 1.30pm for Dumbarton. After the game it will leave to return to NDP 15 minutes after full time whistle.

To book please call Stadium reception 01698 368650

Support Accies at The Bet Butler Stadium this Saturday!

Accies News

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Tuesday, 22 April 2014 14:01

The after school community programme restarts tonight, Tuesday 22nd, following the Easter holiday break. It will resume on the mini pitch 4.30pm - 6pm with coaches Martin Shields and Matthew Craig.

Our u20s host St Mirren tonight, 6pm at NDP, in the SPFL u20 League.

Stephen Hendrie is away the next two days at Scotland u19 training camp. The Scottish side have qualified for the UEFA elite round, to be held in England next month.

Ziggy Gordon, who turns 21 tomorrow, is now free of suspension, having sat out Saturday's win over Alloa. Stephen Hendrie remains suspended for this week's game at Dumbarton, while Darian MacKinnon, who picked up a groin injury early in the game v Alloa, starts a two game ban this Saturday. Skipper Martin Canning has a one game ban on 3rd May.

This Friday the club hosts the second semi final in the Foster's Scottish Amateur Cup when Eastfield play Hurlford Thistle, 7.15pm here at NDP.

Man of the Match

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Saturday, 19 April 2014 21:37

With a goal and assist Jason Scotland was deservedly voted the Accies man of the match sponsored by Mueller Wiseman Dairies. Boardroom guest Dave MacKinnon (ex Rangers, Dundee, Partick Thistle, Airdrieonians, Kilmarnock & Forfar) was on hand to present Jason with his inscribed tankard.

   

Accies 2 Alloa 1

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Saturday, 19 April 2014 19:18

We defeated Alloa 2-1 at NDP this afternoon on an incredible afternoon that saw us go back top of the Championship after Dundee lost 1-0 to Morton at Cappielow with ex Accie Dougie Imrie scoring. Alloa scored a late goal here to ensure a nervy and tense finish, but a few comfortable saves by Kevin Cuthbert after a spell of Wasps pressure in the closing five minutes saw us hold on for a deserved victory.

Alex Neil made three changes to last week's team that drew at Livingston. Ziggy Gordon and Stephen Hendrie were suspended, while Mickael Antoine Curier went to the bench. The Manager started himself for the first time since end October, and Lee Kilday and Grant Gillespie came in to take the full back positions. 16 year old Danny Armstrong was on the bench for the first time.

We went ahead in the 3rd minute when Man of the Match Jason Scotland ran on to a great midfield pass from the Manager to slot the pal past Bain in the visitors goal. Darian MacKinnon limped off with a groin injury in the 27th minute to be replaced by Andy Ryan (left), and it was Ryan who put us 2-0 up with a goal 30 seconds into the second half. Crawford and Scotland combined to set the young striker up for his second goal of the season. Just as Morton went ahead at Cappielow, so Alloa pulled a goal back here through Ross Caldwell in the 83rd minute to give us a very tense and exciting finish as Alloa desperately sought an equaliser as they also seek to avoid the play offs at the other end. 2-1 it remained.

Full report to follow

Accies: Cuthbert, Canning, Gillespie, Neil (Docherty 66), Crawford, Longridge, MacKinnon (Ryan 27), Andreu, Garcia Tena, Kilday, Scotland (Antoine Curier 75).
Unused subs: Devlin, Armstrong, George, Currie.
Ref: Iain Brines.
Att: 1087

Alex Neil's Post Match Comments

Tony Andreu's Post Match Comments

Martin Canning's Post Match Comments

Match Pictures by Ian McFadyen, Mike Bishop & Mark Pugh

   

Congratulations Tony

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Wednesday, 16 April 2014 14:47

Congratulations go to Tony Andreu who has this afternoon been named as one of the four nominees from the SPFL Championship for the PFA Scotland Players' Player of the Year for this season.

The other nominees are Kane Hemmings (Cowdenbeath), Rory Loy (Falkirk) and Peter MacDonald (Dundee). Well done to them all.

French midfielder Tony joined us last summer from Livingston and has scored 11 goals so far this season from midfield in 28 + 9sub appearances, only missing one game all season.

The award winner will be announced at PFA Scotland's annual dinner on Sunday 27th April in Glasgow.

   
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