Dundee Hibs 1
Montrose 0
Northern League


Dundee Hibs
1 - 0
Montrose 

Northern League
Saturday, August 28th, 1909
Tannadice Park. Att. 6,000
3:00 PM Kick-off

Goalscorers
Henny Brown 
None.

Team Managers
Pat Reilly
Unknown.

Starting Eleven
John Brady
James Strachan
Jack Hannan
Jimmy Ramsay
James Snee
Tom Boland
Henny Brown
James Burns
E F Gibb
Tim Dailly
Jamie Docherty
Paterson
Chapman
Geordie Clark
McKenzie
Black
Adamson
Murray
McDonald
Brown
Ford
Burness

Match Officials

Mr J J Smith (Dundee) (Referee)




Match Report


Dundee Hibs were good value for their narrow win over Montrose, but if they mean to beat Brechin next Sarurday and make progress in the Qualifying Cup ties they must show improved form. There was a want of balance in the front line, and good chances of scoring were missed. The defence was generally good, although the half-back line could have done with a little stiffening up. The Hibs, however, were hardly at full strength. Gallacher was out of the team owing to illness, and, while Strachan played well at right back, he is more serviceable in the mid line, being a fine, strong, forcing player.

Brady did not have much to do in goal. He was well guarded by the backs. Hannan played a fine game, and his powerful kicking was, as usual, a feature. The halves did good work in brewing up, but their feeding of the forwards was deficient. Snee was an active worker, and so was Boland, but Ramsay was below his best. Among the forwards, Docherty showed some smart footwork, and so did Dailly, but they were inclined to be selfish at time, forgetting their partners. E. F. Gibb, the amateur outside right, made a creditable show. He has any amount of dash and speed, and can shoot well. Henry Brown was the best of the five. Burns did fairly well in the centre position.

From The Courier (Dundee), Monday, August 30th, 1909.



Squad Statistics (as at August 28th, 1909)


1909-10 All Time
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League Table (as at August 28th, 1909)


No league table has been added for this season.