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The 1990 Scottish Challenge Cup Final, also known as the B&Q Centenary Cup for sponsorship reasons, was an association football match between Ayr United and Dundee on 11 November 1990 at Fir Park in Motherwell. It was the final match of what was intended to be a one-off tournament organised to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Scottish Football League however it continued for the next season. The match marked the first time Ayr United had reached the final of a national cup competition in its 80-year history whilst it was Dundee's first since contesting the 1980 Scottish League Cup Final ten years beforehand.

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  • The 1990 Scottish Challenge Cup Final, also known as the B&Q Centenary Cup for sponsorship reasons, was an association football match between Ayr United and Dundee on 11 November 1990 at Fir Park in Motherwell. It was the final match of what was intended to be a one-off tournament organised to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Scottish Football League however it continued for the next season. The match marked the first time Ayr United had reached the final of a national cup competition in its 80-year history whilst it was Dundee's first since contesting the 1980 Scottish League Cup Final ten years beforehand.
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  • The 1990 Scottish Challenge Cup Final, also known as the B&Q Centenary Cup for sponsorship reasons, was an association football match between Ayr United and Dundee on 11 November 1990 at Fir Park in Motherwell. It was the final match of what was intended to be a one-off tournament organised to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Scottish Football League however it continued for the next season. The match marked the first time Ayr United had reached the final of a national cup competition in its 80-year history whilst it was Dundee's first since contesting the 1980 Scottish League Cup Final ten years beforehand. The tournament was contested by clubs below the Scottish Premier Division with both finalists from the First Division. Ayr United scored first through Ian McAllister after 12 minutes but Billy Dodds scored twice to give Dundee a 2–1 lead; his first a penalty kick and second a header in the 72nd minute. Three minutes later David Smyth scored Ayr United's second goal to level the match at 2–2 to force extra time. During extra time Billy Dodds scored to complete a hat-trick which was enough for Dundee to win the match 3–2.
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