Dundee lad (7) leads Scots out

Evening Telegraph (Late Extra Edition) - - SPORTS - BY CALUM WOODGER

he will ar­rive in time for our games next week­end.

“The same goes for An­thony Mas­trod­i­casa who hasn’t quite re­cov­ered from his in­jury. How­ever, he, too, should be back next week­end.

“We will be look­ing to pick up points from both games but, as I said, it isn’t go­ing to be easy.”

This week saw the ar­rival in Dundee of Brian Hart, and he is look­ing for­ward to this week­end’s games.

Brian said: “I’m glad to be here as I had a lit­tle de­lay with my visa. How­ever, I am look­ing for­ward to get­ting on the ice.” n FIFE Fly­ers travel to Belfast to­mor­row to meet Gi­ants in a Chal­lenge Cup game be­fore re­turn­ing to Kirk­caldy on Sun­day to face Brae­head Clan (6.30pm). n DUNDEE Tigers host Dundee Comets in the sec­ond leg of the Scot­tish Cup at the Dundee Ice Arena to­mor­row (7.30pm).

Comets lead 8-1 from the first leg. A Tigers spokesper­son said: “We’ll have a cou­ple more play­ers avail­able and our aim is to com­pete in this match.” n DUNDEE Ducks are hold­ing a fam­i­lyfriendly day to­mor­row at Man­hat­tan Works.

The club has a roller skat­ing ses­sion from 10-12am for all ages. From 12-1pm, a ball hockey (no skates) scrim is open to any­one over 14 years of age. Con­tact Graeme An­der­son (07984 149028) for more info. DUNDEEschool­boy Har­ri­son Orr led out Scot­land ahead of their 1-0 win over Slo­vakia last Thurs­day.

The seven-year-old Cam­per­down Pri­mary School pupil won a com­pe­ti­tion ran by su­per­mar­ket chain Lidl to be a mas­cot for the cru­cial World Cup qualifying tie.

Har­ri­son was paired with cap­tain Dar­ren Fletcher.

Mum Fiona Camp­bell said: “He thor­oughly en­joyed him­self, it was his first time at Ham­p­den as well, so he loved it. He high-fived all the play­ers be­fore­hand and spoke to Dar­ren in the tun­nel.

“He was gut­ted they didn’t get through to the play-offs but en­joyed Thurs­day night re­gard­less.” PITCHES OFF Cam­per­down, Drumgeith 1, South Road 3, Ardler Sevens, Gil­lies Sevens, Riverside C Sevens. MID­LANDS AFA TO­MOR­ROW Fair­field Cup Fi­nal Men­zieshill v Dou­glas Ath­letic — P. Ge­orge Buck­man Pre­mier Di­vi­sion Dou­glas Ath­letic v In­ver­gowrie (N Brand) — Fin­la­then 1.

Jay King. Jensen will again be key for Stars.

Har­ri­son with Scot­land cap­tain Dar­ren Fletcher.

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