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Former Leinster Senior League Star Destroys Rangers On Inverness 20s Debut

Former Leinster Senior League Star Destroys Rangers On Inverness 20s Debut

22-year-old former Leinster Senior League standout Dean Ebbe tore Rangers asunder on his Inverness u20s debut against Rangers yesterday.

Ebbe has played for both Longford and Athlone in the past, but left Irish football to join Inverness Caledonian Thistle earlier this month - with The Herald breaking the story that he was set to depart Bluebell United for Scotland.

Inverness are currently managed by former Shels star Richie Foran, who will doubtless have been impressed by Ebbe's first appearance in Caley colours.

The striker starred in his side's 2-1 victory over Rangers at Tulloch Caledonian Stadium, pouncing on a defensive error to slot past the 'Gers 'keeper in the first half. After Rangers equalised early in the second stanza, Ebbe let loose, reportedly bursting down the pitch before hammering the ball off the woodwork.

Fortunately, a teammate was on hand to tap the ball home with the rebound, and an Ebbe-inspired Inverness took the spoils on a scoreline of 2-1.

What a start for the young man in Scotland.

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Cheers to Irish Inverness fan Ryan Clarke for getting in touch about the young man's debut.

SEE ALSO: Leinster Senior League Player Earns Move To SPL

Gavan Casey
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Former handwriting champion. Was violently bitten by a pelican at Fota Wildlife Park in 2001.

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