They Shall Not Pass

Last updated : 21 September 2004 By Ed_Scottish Fitba

Scotland Under 18s drew a blank in the opening game of the Three Nations Tournament last night. They struggled to find a way past a stout Belgium defence at Palmerston Park, Dumfries, with the game ending in a disappointing 0-0 draw. The youngsters worked hard to create chances, but could not get the final touch to open the scoring. Brian Gilmour forced a good save, while a header from James Thomson went wide. In the second half, substitute Scott Agnew shot agonisingly wide, and that was the closest the game came to a goal.

Next up in the tournament, Belgium will be taking on Northern Ireland at Raydale Park, Gretna, on Wednesday night, kick-off 7.30 pm. After that
Scotland will play Northern Ireland, back at Palmerston Park, on Friday evening, also at 7.30 pm. Admission is £5 for adults and £2 for children and pensioners for both games.

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