Angus sports results: Golf, darts, angling, bowls, dominoes, football

A round-up of the latests sports results and fuxtures from around the county.

Golf

Club returns

Ballumbie Castle Ladies: Stroke CSS 71 – R. McKenzie (29) 72; S. Don (24) 73; A. Callaghan (18) 75.

Carnoustie Caledonia Ladies: Buddon Links, Cancer Relief Spoon CSS 70 – S. Strachan (18) 70 bl6; J. White (24) 70.

Monifieth: Junior open CSS 71, Scratch – A. Hay (Lanark) 73 bih; C. Grieve (Crieff) 78 bl6; A. Gibson (Blairgowrie) 78. Handicap – H. George (Downfield) (5) 68; J. Taylor (Downfield) (35) 69; R. Barclay (Carnoustie) (15) 71.

Medal Course, Mudie Medal CSS 75, Scratch – C. Hutcheon 72. Division One – C. Browne (4), C. Gallacher (7) 73; K. Gillespie (9) 75. Division Two – S. McDonald (12) 72; S. Barnett (13) 74; A. Florence (10), D. Cecil (11), A. Millar (19) 78.

Ashludie Course CSS R/O – C. Goodall (18) 70; H. Marr (24) 73.

Carnoustie Golf Club: Saturday April 11, Championship Course, Gold Cross, Scratch CSS 77 R/O, Division One, handicaps scratch to 10 - R. Bratton (5) 73; J.C.A. Smith (7) 74; N. Merchant (9) 76. Division Two, Handicaps 11 to 16 - K. Fraser (11) 75; J. Mowatt (12) 76; J. Farrell (11) 80. Division Three, Handicaps 17 to 28 - R. Gray (18) 78; M. Coull (18) 81; W.B. Sharp (18) 83.

Winner, Gold Cross – R. Bratton 78. Burnside Course, Strokeplay CSS 72, Division One, Handicaps Scr to 16 - P. Cardno (13) 66; B.N. McNicoll (15), R.I. Allison (5) 69; J.G. Reid (6) 71. Division Two, Handicaps 17 to 28 - B. Docherty (17) 69; C.A. Sinclair (19), W.R.J. Davies (18), R.A. Sloan (18) 75.

Buddon Links, Strokeplay CSS 71 R/O, all one class - G. Howie (8), S.P. Smith (8) 73; P. Carver (17) 76. Sunday, April 12, Championship Course, Strokeplay CSS 75, all one class - C. Adamson (5) 75; W. Porter (+1) 76; P. Drummond (2) 78. Burnside Course, Strokeplay CSS 71, all one class - I.K. Harrison (6) 69; C. Adamson (5) 79. Buddon Links, Strokeplay CSS, all one class - No Scores Returned.

Hole-in-One: Carnoustie Golf Club member Jimmy Yule holed in one with a six-iron at the 163 yard, 9th hole, of the Burnside Course on Saturday April 11. His playing partners were Willie Webb and Bruce Ransford.

Tuesday April 14, Championship Course, Strokeplay CSS 77 R/O, all one class - B. Merrilees (6) 76; R.A. Goodman (5), J. Ward (11), B. Goodman (5) 77. Buddon Links, Strokeplay CSS 71, all one class - A.P. Anderson (14) 69; D.W. Bond (11) 70; D.M. Cooper (10) 71.

Monifieth Ladies: Saturday Stroke/Eclectic, Round Two CSS 69, Division One – P. Wicksted (19) 70; J. McCutcheon (18) 73 bih; C. Routledge (16) 73. Division Two – J. Lemon (25) 67; A. Fell (34) 72.

Angus County: Boy’s Championship at Edzell on Sunday, Draw: 10.45 a.m. – Carnoustie 1, Kirriemuir 1; 10.55 – Forfar 1, Monifieth 1, Carnoustie 2; 11.05 – Downfield 1, Kirrie 2, Forfar 2; 11.15 – Carnoustie 3, Downfield 2, Monifieth 2; 11.25 – Monifieth 3, Kirrie 3, Forfar 3; 11.35 – Monifieth 4, Kirrie 4, Downfield 3; 11.45 – Downfield 4, Carnoustie 4, Forfar 4. Late entries, phone or text Harry Barnett on 07714750274.

DARTS

Results and fixtures

Carnoustie Ladies’ Darts: Sponsored by Behindtheoche.com

Results April 9: Knockout Cup – Craw’s Nest 5, Corner A 4. Consolation Cup – British Legion 3, Corner 6.

Fixtures April 23 – Free week.

Carnoustie and Monifieth Darts League: Results: Singles Competition Qualifiers, Sponsored by Angus Dart Points – 19th Hole – J. Buik, A. Dodds. Craw’s Nest – R. McGill, G. Elrick. Corner – J. Lynch, S. Smith. Aboukir – S. McGregor, J. Leighton. L. Giblin 16-dart 501. K. Stewart 19-dart 501. F. Smith 180. A. Dodds 2 x 15 dart 501s. T. Shepherd 15 dart 501.

Fixtures April 20 – Cup, sponsored by Monifieth Taxis, Preliminary Round – Craw’s Nest v Vault Vikings.

Broughty Darts: Steve Clenaghan Auto Centre Darts League.

Results: threes qualifiers - Anchor 2 (S. Rice, M. McKenzie, M. Dolan, F. Rice); Gunners 1 (B. Lynch, K. Petrie, R. Fyffe, C. Davidson, D. Dougan); Doc Ferry’s 1 (P. Whyte, S. Clenaghan, K. McGinn, G. Wilson); Vault 1 (A. Morrison, J. Nicoll, M. Kendall, W. Younger, N. Manby, A. Gray).

Fixtures April 20: Doubles Competition, two qualifiers per board: Anchor - B. Wilkie/P. Langskill (Eagle), W. Younger/J. Gibson (Vault), S. Lorimer/T. Clenaghan (Doc Ferry’s), Chris Whyte/Carol Whyte (Occidental), Jamie Gordon/F. Rice (Anchor), C. Kirkcaldy*/B. Johnston (Eagle).

Eagle - P. Ramsay/G. Cairns (Occidental), C. McDonald/A. Morrison (Occidental), S. Ellis/D. Feeney (Eagle), S. Rice/M. McKenzie (Anchor), J. Nicoll/M. Kendall (Vault), I. Whitton*/S. Clenaghan (Doc Ferry’s), K. McGinn/G. Wilson (Doc Ferry’s).

Occidental - G. Whyte/T. Richardson (Occidental), K. Petrie/R. Fyffe (Gunners), M. Dolan/ A. Moultrie (Anchor), C. Davidson/D. Dougan (Gunners), B. Gardyne/S. Donald (Vault), F. Thomson*/B. McKenzie (Eagle), B. Miller/S. Whipp (Occidental).

Vault - B. Dunn/J. Blake (Anchor), N. Manby/K. Duke* (Vault), D. Simpson/C. Sandford (Vault), A. Brindley/O. O’Neill (Gunners), P. Whyte/P.D. Whyte (Doc Ferry’s), J. MacFarlane/B. Hargadon (Gunners), G. Ramsay/D. McGlone. (Occidental).

*Denotes Board Controller

Angling

Carlogie Dam

C.D.C.s and dries are working well at Carlogie Dam at present. The fish are rising and moving freely all round the dam.

Recent catches include A. Stewart (Dundee) c/r 15, J. Marnie (Dundee) c/r 2, H. Cassiday (Dundee) c/r 5, A. Crook (Elgin) c/r 8, I. Chaplain (Carnoustie) c/r 8, C. Cameron (Dundee) c/r 12, P. Chapman (Kirrie) c/r 7, J. Gilbert (Carnoustie) c/r 5, G. Skelton (Arbroath) c/r 3, C. Stewart (Arbroath) c/r 5, T. Costello (Dundee) c/r 3, D. Mahoney (Dundee) c/r 8, D. Thoms (Carnoustie) c/r 10, C. Murray (Carnoustie) c/r 11, G. Woods (Montrose) c/r 20, C. Milne (Forfar) c/r 4, S. Milne (Fife) c/r 20 +.

Kingennie: It’s been a busy week at Kingennie with the Easter holidays and luckily the weather has been kind if not a little windy at times for fishing.

There have been a lot more fish moving on the surface as of late and the better the conditions the better the rise seems to be.

The Bankside appears to be the most popular pond at the moment and it is understandable why; in the past week the pool has produced over a dozen fish over 5lb including Mr Gordon 7 c+r 1@7lb on buzzers, Mr Marshall 5 c+r 1@7lb on buzzers, Mr Cowan eight c+r 1@5lb on dries, Mr Sherriff 1@ 8.5lb and one @10.5lb on yellow dancers, Mr Rennie one for 7lb 15oz and returned one at around 9/10lb. The buzzer fishing has been really good at times but when the weather turns it is better to go on the lures.

The Boathouse is still very clear and this has really changed how it needed to be fished. Lures aren’t quite as effective as they just seem to be following then turning away.

The top method has been 2 buzzers and fab on a floater and just let them swing round in the wind. There have all so been some big fish from here as well Mr Holmes had 1 for 8lb 4oz and put back eight on a blob. Mr Dixson put back 11 on suspender buzzers with two fish estimated to be over 5lb.

The Burnside has been quieter but those that have fished it have been rewarded with some good catches, Mr Gibson had six fish quickly after moving up from the bankside on a bloodworm. The Deid Ferret Club did well taking 27 fish for 52 lb with the largest weighing 7lb.

The Woodside has been very busy and some people have been struggling as the fish seem to be shoaling up and if you are in the wrong spot then it has been tricky. As usual powerbait has been as deadly as ever with most people reporting that as the bait of choice. Mr Reid had his four fish for 7lb Mr White and his son had five for 8lb on spinners.

Bowls

Monifieth Grange

Monifieth Grange Bowling Club: The green will open for the season on Tuesday. It is located next to the Blue Seaway in Monifieth.

Councillor Sheila Hands, accompanied by her guide dog, will be rolling the first bowl of the new season.

Carnoustie Bowling Club: Last Saturday saw the traditional opening game at Maule Street which ended with a convincing victory for Vice President Willie Oswald’s team over President Ian Riddell’s band of merry men.

Tomorrow sees the visit of Abbey Bowling Club to Maule Street with a 2 p.m. start.

Tuesday evening sees the start of the Hunter Cup with one Carnoustie four playing Baxter Park locally at Carnoustie West End and the other four travelling to Kirriemuir to play Strathmartine, with both games starting at 6.30 p.m.

Dominoes

Round-up

Carnoustie Dominoes: Belhaven Carnoustie Domino League. Stag’s Head win through to the final of the Knockout Cup where they meet British Legion who won a very tight game against 19th Hole.

Results: Knockout Cup, semi-finals – Stag’s Head 7, Stag E 4; British Legion 6, 19th Hole 5.

Fixture, Monday, April 20: Knockout Cup final – British Legion v Stag’s Head.

Belhaven Broughty Ferry Domino League: Fort go into the semi-finals of the Neil Spring Cup in defence of their title, but have a difficult match against this season’s League Champions and there is an all Vault semi-final in the Spring Consolation Cup.

Results: Neil Spring Cup, Round Two – Crown 73, Doc Ferry’s 82; Gunners 91, Occidental Ex. 82; Post Office Bar 88, Papa Jacques 88, Papa Jacques won 9-8 in Captain’s play-off . Spring Consolation Cup, Round One - Eagle Inn 76, Vault 89; Vault A 84, Bar Leo 74; Occidental 82, Anchor A 75.

Fixtures: Tuesday April 21, Neil Spring Cup, Semi-Finals – Doc Ferry’s v Gunners; Fort v Papa Jacques.

Spring Consolation Cup, Semi-Finals – Anchor v Occidental; Vault v Vault A.

Football

Lads’ Club

Fixtures, April 19: seven-a-side, 11 a.m. kick-off: Age 9s Home v Broughty Pumas; Age 10s Home v Riverside; Age 11s Away v Forfar; Age 12s Away v Douglas.

11-a-side fixtures, League unless otherwise stated: 12.30 kick-off - Under 15s Away v Celtic Boys; 2 p.m. kick-off - Under-17s Away v Ferry.

Tuesday, April 21: 6.30 kick-off: Under-14s Home v Kirriemuir.

Under-15s Home v Montrose.

Thursday, April 23: 6.30 kick-off.

Under-14s Away v Fairmuir

Under-17s Home v Monifieth

YDS training

Arbroath Lads Club YDS training sessions continue at Arbroath Community Centre on Saturdays between 10 and 11 a.m. with a cost of £1.50 per session.

Children from the age of six upwards are welcome.

For further details please contact Gav Paterson on 01241 430226 or 07939 986386.