31st July 2022


St Mirren

0 – 1


Sunday, July 31st, 2022
St Mirren Park, Paisley. Att. 5668


Kevin Van Veen (42 pen)

Trevor Carson
Scott Tanser
Joe Shaughnessy
Charles Dunne
Declan Gallagher
Mark O’Hara
Ethan Erhahon
Keanu Baccus
Ryan Strain
Jonah Ayunga
Alex Greive
Liam Kelly
Jake Carroll
Ricki Lamie
Sondre Solholm Johansen
Paul McGinn
Sean Goss
Barry Maguire
Blair Spittal
Josh Morris
Connor Shields
Kevin Van Veen

Peter Urminsky
Richard Tait
Marcus Fraser
Ryan Flynn
Jay Henderson
Dylan Reid
Eamonn Brophy
Curtis Main
Kieran Offord
Scott Fox
Stephen O’Donnell
Bevis Mugabi
Dean Cornelius
Ross Tierney
Kian Speirs
Mark Ferrie
Joe Efford
Robbie Mahon

Ryan Flynn for Mark O’Hara (45)
Richard Tait for Scott Tanser (52)
Curtis Main for Alex Greive (62)
Jay Henderson for Ryan Strain (74)
Stephen O’Donnell for Paul McGinn (20)
Dean Cornelius for Blair Spittal (62)
Kian Speirs for Sean Goss (68)
Joe Efford for Josh Morris (68)
Bevis Mugabi for Kevin Van Veen (85)

Scott Tanser
Keanu Baccus
Ryan Strain
Jonah Ayunga
Stephen O’Donnell
Barry Maguire
Sean Goss
Kian Speirs

Red Cards
None. Ricki Lamie

Match Officials

John Beaton (Referee)
David McGeachie and Graham McNeillie (Assistant Referee’s)
Graham Grainger (Fourth Official)

Match Report

Kevin Van Veen Newspaper Header

Kevin Van Veen Newspaper Article

St Mirren Newspaper Match Report

Newspaper Article about Stephen Robinson being linked to Motherwell vacancy

St Mirren versus Motherwell Match Stats


Motherwell start the 2022/23 season without a manager as Graham Alexander left the club by mutual consent after the defeat in Europe against Sligo Rovers. Former ‘Well left back Steven Hammell steps into a caretaker manager role and he is assisted by another former ‘Well player in the shape of Brian Kerr. The duo only had one day to prepare for this fixture.

Academy graduate Kian Speirs makes his senior debut for the club.

As well as former manager Stephen Robinson, the St Mirren side have many familiar faces in it with Trevor Carson, Charles Dunne, Declan Gallagher, Mark O’Hara, Richard Tait and Curtis Main all having represented Motherwell in recent times.