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Queen of the South 2 - 0 Aberdeen

HT Score: Queen of the South 0 - 0 Aberdeen

Scottish Reserve League
Queen of the South scorers: Fitzsimmons 47 (Pen), McCaig 54.

01/11/1947 | KO:

Young Dons Excel But Lack Punch

ABERDEEN " A " left spectators at Palmerston Park wondering why they lost. Their 2-0 defeat Queen of the South "A" was against the run of play.
The young Dons' team work was good any seen in this class at Dumfries for a long time, and they had in McCall and Jamieson two enterprising wingers.
Queen's owed a lot to the splendid positioning and interception of their 'keeper, Wilson, who was having his first try-out since he fractured his finger in Pittodrie a League Cup game.
Queen the South scored twice in the first nine minutes after the Interval. Fitesimmons (penalty) and McCaig were the marksmen.
The Aberdeen attack was not successful after this and only Jamieson carried any punch.
McKenzie and Massie were also prominent.

Source: Press & Journal, 3rd November 1947

Queen of the South Teamsheet
Willie Wilson, Pat Fitzsimmons, James Anderson, Jimmy Mundell, Tommy Gordon, Sandy Allan, Robert McCaig, Jackie Law, John Dempsey, Jim Wilson, Jimmy Hope.
Attendance: 3,000
Venue: Palmerston Park, Dumfries
Referee: A.P.Davidson (Castle Douglas).
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