Corner win League

Carnoustie Darts League

(sponsored by Skyline Shuttle)

ALTHOUGH they lost to 19TH Hole, Corner has won the Carnoustie Darts League by four points.

Results: March 26 - Stag 4, Kinloch 5; 19TH Hole 6, Craw’s Nest 3; Corner 8, All Stars 1. S. Smith 15 dart 501 and 134 checkout. T. Shepherd 17 dart 501. R. McGill 20 dart 501. K. Burns 180.

April 2 - Kinloch 6, Craw’s Nest 3; All Stars 3, Stag 6; 19TH Hole 5, Corner 4. T. Shepherd 180. G. Merrilees 167 checkout. K. Liddell 180.


P W L D Pts

Corner 20 17 3 0 34

19TH Hole 20 15 5 0 30

Kinloch 20 12 8 0 24

Craw’s Nest 20 6 14 0 12

Stag 20 5 15 0 10

All Stars 20 4 16 0 8

Fixtures: Free week.

Carnoustie Ladies’ Darts League

(Sponsored by Corner Hotel)

IN THE Carnoustie Ladies’ Darts League Knock-Out Cup competition, All Stars have an unbeatable 15 points after a good win against pub rivals All Stars ‘A’. In the Consolation Cup Corner are two points clear of Stag.

Results: Knock-Out Cup - All Stars ‘A’ 3, All Stars 6. Placings: All Stars 15 points; All Stars ‘A’ 3; Kinloch 0. Consolation Cup - British Legion 4, Stag 5. Placings: Corner 7 points; British Legion 6; Stag 5.

Fixtures: free week with draw meeting in the Kinloch at 8 p.m.

Steve Clenaghan Auto Centre Darts League

FIXTURES: Knock-Out Cup final - Doc Ferry’s v Vault Stars in the Eagle Inn. Consolation Cup semi-finals; Anchor v Crown, Gunners v Occidental.


Spring Meet success

ST THOMAS Swim Club members Matthew and Sandi Michie travelled to the annual Glenrothes spring meet.

Sandi was carrying out referee training, while Matthew took to the water amassing four personal best times out of five swims, making the final in every event and winning a bronze medal in the 100m breaststroke.


Think your eyesight is better than a referee’s?

TWO OF the Scottish Football Association’s top referees will visit Arbroath on Tuesday (April 10) to have their eyesight checked.

Steven McLean and Matt Northcroft will visit Arbroath FC ahead of the local derby against Forfar next Saturday (April 14) in order to get a vision check from the local Specsavers store.

Mr McLean, who as well as being an active category one referee is also a recruitment and education manager for the Scottish Football Association, will also be taking questions on how people can train to become a match official. Members of the public can also get their eyes checked at the event, which takes place at Gayfield on Tuesday at 2 p.m.

Everyone who attends will be entered into a draw to win two free match tickets for an Arbroath game. If you would like to attend simply drop an email to to register your interest.