Dundee lad (7) leads Scots out
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.