Celtic Boys 4, Carnoustie Panmure 3
CARNOUSTIE lost a last minute goal, against Celtic to dent their hopes of qualification from the group stage of the Henry Dolan League Cup competition.
However manager Billy Hoon was quick to praise every single player in the squad as their effort, commitment, desire and passion was there in abundance for everyone to see.
Having only 12 to choose from, this was a great effort from his side and left the coaches Chris Harper and Andy McGill very proud of their players, who have come so far this season.
Carnoustie goals were scored by Ryan Murison(2) and Jamie Reynolds. The team now has a must win match against Broughty United on Sunday, at home
Dryburgh 3, Carnoustie Panmure 1
The game kicked off with both teams trying hard, but Dryburgh were the first to break the deadlock, scoring from the penalty spot.
They netted their second just before half-time.
Midway through the second half Panmure’s ‘keeper was sent off, giving Dryburgh another penalty, which they scored. The visitors battled on and pulled one back when Andrew Lamb scored late on in the second half.
Montrose 2, Carnoustie Panmure 5.
Carnoustie managed to get to their first semi-final this season with a well deserved away win over Montrose.
Goals from Lawrence, Buchan and Rourke in the first half and Rourke and McArthy in the second half settled the tie.
The game was a midfield battle throughout but the tackling from Steel and Rourke proved too much for their opponents.
Fixtures: Sunday (December 18): Under-17s: Henry Dolan Cup, group one; Carnoustie Panmure v Broughty United, 2 p.m., Pitskelly.
Under-15s: Pierre Barbin Cup, quarter final, Carnoustie Panmure v Montrose, 12 noon, Carnoustie High School.
Under-13s: league, Carnoustie Panmure v Riverside, 2 p.m. Carnoustie High School.