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Men's Football at the Island Games 2005
Tournament details
Host country Shetland
Dates July 10–15
Teams 10
Venue(s) 10
Final positions
Champions  Shetland (1st title)
Runners-up  Guernsey
Fourth place Isle of Man
Tournament statistics
Matches played 25
Goals scored 87 (3.48 per match)
Top scorer(s) Peter Langridge
Johnny Myers
Martti Pukk
(4 goals)

The 2005 Island Games in the Shetland Islands was the 9th edition in which a men's football (soccer) tournament was played at the multi-games competition. It was contested by 10 teams.

The Shetland Islands won the tournament for the first time.

Participants

Group phase

Group 1

Rank Nation Pld W D L GF GA Pts GD
1  Shetland 4 3 1 0 8 1 10 +7
2 Isle of Man 4 2 1 1 12 3 7 +9
3  Saare County 4 1 2 1 5 5 5 0
4  Åland Islands U21 4 1 0 3 4 7 3 -3
5 4 1 0 3 3 16 3 -13
July 10
2 - 1 U21
Andrus Koplimae Goal 58'
Martti Pukk Goal 73'
Jonas Blomqvist Goal 84'
Strom

July 10
4 - 0
Duncan Bray Goal 1'
John Montgomery Goal 36'
Stuart Hay Goal 51'
Leighton Flaws Goal 84'
Gilbertson Park, Lerwick

July 11
U21 1 - 3
Linus Blomster Goal 21' Ross Jamieson Goal 22'
John Montgomery Goal 33'
James Johnston Goal 60'
Seafield

July 11
Isle of Man 2 - 2
Johnny Myers Goal 2'
Gavin Faragher Goal 89'
Dmitri Kulikov Goal 38'
Martti Pukk Goal 60'
Harbison Park, Whalsay

July 12
1 - 2
Dmitri Kulikov Goal 49' Martyn Gilson-Clarke Goal 3'
Wayne Clement Goal 80'
Strom

July 12
U21 0 - 1 Isle of Man
Johnny Myers Goal 27'

July 13
0 - 0
Seafield

July 13
0 - 9 Isle of Man
Sean Quaye Goal 7', 90'
Marc Kelly Goal 8'
Peter Langridge Goal 10', 17', 49', 57'
Johnny Myers Goal 13', 43'

July 14
Isle of Man 0 - 1
Stephen Umphray Goal 79'
Gilbertson Park, Lerwick

July 14
U21 2 - 1
Peter Isaksson Goal 26'
Linus Blomster Goal 85'
Martin Gilson-Clarke Goal 58'

Group 2

Rank Nation Pld W D L GF GA Pts GD
1 4 4 0 0 14 1 12 +13
2 4 1 2 1 10 10 5 0
3 4 1 2 1 2 3 5 -1
4 4 1 2 1 6 11 5 -5
5 4 0 0 4 5 12 0 -7
July 10
3 - 0
Dominic Heaume Goal 27'
Neil Clegg Goal 40'
Joby Bourgaize Goal 88'
Public Hall, Cunningsburgh

July 10
0 - 0
Harbison Park, Whalsay

July 11
1 - 2
Steven Poke Goal 76' Brian Thomsen Goal 10'
Peri Fleischer Goal 84'

July 11
2 - 1
Ryan-Zico Black Goal 45', 49' Gordon Morrison Goal 8'
Public Hall, Cunningsburgh

July 12
0 - 2
Robin Hodgkinson Goal 4'
Gareth Parry Goal 90'
Harbison Park, Whalsay

July 12
4 - 4
Alasdair Mackay Goal 57'
Gordon Morrison Goal 66', 88'
Murdo Maclennan Goal 89'
Salomon Thomassen Goal 2', 37', 66'
Leifeeraq Karlsen Goal 50'

July 13
0 - 0
Fraser Park, Scalloway

July 13
0 - 6
Dave Rihoy Goal 9'
Neil Clegg Goal 11'
John Nobes Goal 45'
Dominic Heaume Goal 58'
Joby Bourgaize Goal 73'
Daragh Duffy Goal 80'

July 14
3 - 0
Jonathan Veron Goal 6', 35'
Steven Concanen Goal 36'
Seafield

July 14
5 - 4
Scott MacIver Goal 3', 13'
Calum Mackay Goal 34'
Paul Murray Goal 62', 82'
Colin Flett Goal 19'
Erik Bews Goal 25'
Ross Sutherland Goal 30'
Colin Risbridger Goal 77'

Placement play-off matches

9th place match

July 15
2 - 0
Steven Poke Goal 5'
Ross Sutherland Goal 20'

7th place match

July 15
U21 3 - 2
Fredrik Rautiainen Goal 26'
Jonas Blonqvist Goal 30'
Dan Lindblom Goal 70'
Brian Thomsen Goal 12'
Leifeeraeq Karlsen Goal 72'
Fraser Park, Scalloway

5th place match

July 15
3 - 2
Darren Pritchard Goal 33'
Patrick Roberts Goal 53', 61'
Martti Pukk Goal 54', 64'
Strom

3rd place match

July 15
4 - 0 Isle of Man
Scott MacIver Goal 29'
Andrew Dunn Goal 39'
Paul Murray Goal 65'
Donald MacPhail Goal 76'
Seafield

Final

July 15
0 - 2
John Montgomery Goal 62'
Duncan Bray Goal 65'
Gilbertson Park, Lerwick
Attendance: 5,000

2005 Island Games Winners

Shetland Islands
First Title

Final Rankings

Rank Team
4 Isle of Man
5
6
7 U21
8
9
10

Top goalscorers

4 goals
  • Peter Langridge
  • Johnny Myers
  • Martti Pukk
3 goals
  • Scott MacIver
  • John Montgomery
  • Gordon Morrison
  • Paul Murray
  • Salomon Thomassen
  • Calum Morrissey
  • Leighton Flaws
  • Erik Thomson

External links

  • Official 2005 website
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