Inverness picked up their first away win of the Development season against Dundee. Jamie Wilson’s second half strike was enough for the Caley Jags to take all three points away from Links Park, against a strong Dundee side.
Dundee started brightly, and would have been ahead after four minutes of not for an excellent piece of goalkeeping by Daniel Hoban. Nick Ross flicked Ian Smith’s cross into the path of Yordi Teijse, but the Dutchman’s low first time effort was kept out by the Caley keeper.
Hoban was called into action two minutes later, this time denying Kyle Clark. The wingback’s volley from Conor Quigley’s cross bringing another fine save out of the Inverness keeper.
Caley were beginning to grow into the game, and had their first chance after 27 minute’s courtesy of Kier Smith. The striker firing into the side netting from a tight angle.
Teijse had another opportunity after 34 minutes, the striker did well to bring the ball down on his chest inside a crowded penalty area, but was unable to keep his effort on target. As half time approached Nick Ross picked out Michael Duffy at the back post, but the winger couldn’t generate enough power on his acrobatic volley.