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Inverness Caledonian Thistle beat Raith Rovers to delight of 300 fans on return to stadium


By Will Clark

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Scottish Championship

Inverness Caledonian Thistle 2

Raith Rovers 0

Scorers: Keatings (18) Allardice (68)

James Keatings put Inverness in front. Picture: Daniel Forsyth
James Keatings put Inverness in front. Picture: Daniel Forsyth

INVERNESS Caledonian Thistle welcomed fans back to the Caledonian Stadium for the first time in nine months by beating Raith Rovers.

Caley Thistle took the lead in the 18th minute when Miles Storey used his pace to create space on the right wing and squared it to James Keatings in the box who fired home.

The hosts doubled their advantage midway through the second half when Kai Kennedy's cross found Miles Storey in the middle and he set up Scott Allardice to fire a low drive into the net.

The win moves Inverness up to fifth in the table as they go into a two week break.

Their next match is against Queen of the South on Friday, December 4.


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