Legioneers line up

The British Legion team which plays in the Carnoustie Pool League comprises, from left -  W. McRae, S. Fairweather, I. Smart, I. Stewart, S. Mudie, D. MacLeod, C. Houston, D. Swanson and C. Hendry. Absent when picture was taken were A. Christie and S. Sneddon.

The British Legion team which plays in the Carnoustie Pool League comprises, from left - W. McRae, S. Fairweather, I. Smart, I. Stewart, S. Mudie, D. MacLeod, C. Houston, D. Swanson and C. Hendry. Absent when picture was taken were A. Christie and S. Sneddon.

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Two wins for Kinloch kept their 100 per cent record intact and they stay at the top of the table.

Results (week three): Kinloch 79, Largo 44; Dundee University 89, Dundee &Angus College 36; Largo 106, Dundee & Angus College 72; Dundee University 56, Kinloch 95.

P W L D F A %

Kinloch 4 4 0 0 345 173 100

Arbroath 2 2 0 0 147 137 100

Dundee Uni 4 2 2 0 312 273 50

Forfarshire 2 1 1 0 148 145 50

Strathmore 2 1 1 0 128 170 50

Largo 4 1 3 0 281 320 25

Dun/Ang Coll 4 1 3 0 306 393 25

Dundee HSFP 2 0 2 0 143 194 0

Angling

Kingennie

This run of very chilly weather seems to of done the fishing the world of good as all the ponds have been fishing really well with a few anglers having some exceptional sessions.

The water has cleared really well and all the ponds have great visibility at the moment which has clearly helped things.

The Boathouse pool is back to being gin clear and the fish seem to be holding at the top end of the pond and around the island.

As always lures seem to be the favoured method with damsels and blobs doing well. As the cooler weather has set in the bung has been doing well also.

Mr Simpson did well returning around a dozen fish with the largest around 7lbs. Mr Watson had eight fish on rubber worms with the best around 6lbs. Logan Cumming had his biggest ever trout with a blue weighing 6lbs 10oz on a damsel as well as putting back another five.

The Burnside is still producing some big bags of fish as well as throwing up a few lumps. The fish have been really well spread with a different spot each day seeming to hold most of the fish. Most of the fish seem to be holding a lot deeper in the water and this has showed with the tactics being used, most people have had to go onto a sinking line to get down to them or the bung set at around eight to 10 feet.

Mr Jones had a good couple of days landing 19 fish with the largest estimated to be around 10lbs most of which were taken on a bloodworm under the bung. Mr Birse is also on a good run landing 22 fish in three short sessions with fish estimated at 6lbs, 7lbs and 11lbs all on a sparkly damsel.

The Bankside has really kicked off and the fish have moved right up into the bay and the anglers took advantage and had a lot of fish over the weekend.

Mr Soave had nine fish for 25lbs, including a blue at 6lbs 15oz on damsels and yellow dancers.

Mr Crooks had 10 fish on a hummie, Mr Phillips had 10 fish on cormorants and fabs, Mr Gibson took 12 fish on cormorants and Mr Birse had seven fish including a fish estimated at around 10/11lb on a sparkly damsel.

The Woodside hasn’t been overly busy but the fishing has been really good with every angler in the last week taking their limit. Most of the fish have been on power bait but spinners and worms etc are taking fish as well. Mr Stevens had five fish for 9lbs and Mr Clark had four for 7lbs.

There are still a handful of spaces for the end of year competition on December 27 on the Boathouse and Burnside. Anyone wishing to fish or looking for more information please call the shop on 01382 350777/350213.

Carlogie Dam

With the weather turning much colder the fish in Carlogie Dam have moved deeper in the water.

Sinking lines and black and green lures have been taking most of the fish being caught.

Recent catches include: S. McAllan (Arbroath) c/r four, N. Spence (Arbroath) c/r 15, D. Whitecross (Broughty Ferry) c/r five, W. Clark (Forfar) c/r seven, B. Croll (Carnoustie) c/r five, A. Stewart (Dundee) c/r 12, S. Watson (Muirdrum) c/r eight, N. Boath (Tayport) c/r 14, R. Main (Arbroath) c/r 11, A. Phillip (Forfar) c/r seven, D. Chapman (Glamis) c/r seven, D. Chapman SNR (Glamis) c/r four, D. Nichol (Brechin) c/r seven, L. Johnston (Brechin) c/r 17, G. Skelton (Arbroath) c/r six, M. Heenan (Arbroath) c/r 13.

Catch and keep tickets include seven-year-old A. Garnet one for 2lbs 8oz, B. McCulloch (Kindgoodie) two for 4lbs, J. Reading (Friockheim) two for 4lbs 6oz, S.Milne (Kirriemuir) two for 8lbs 8oz, the larger weighing in at 6lbs and G.McKenzie (Tealing) two for 4lbs.

One lucky angler this week caught a yellow tagged fish winning £50.

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Craw’s Nest, Stag and Corner all won so the gap at the top of the Carnoustie Ladies’ Darts League stays at six points.

Results: British Legion 3, Corner 7; Craws Nest 6, Corner A 4; Stag 6, Open Blue Shots 4.

P W L D Pts
Craw’s Nest 14 11 1 2 24

Stag 14 8 4 2 18

Corner 14 7 3 4 18
Open Blue Shots 14 5 8 1 11

Corner A 14 3 8 3 9
British Legion 14 1 11 2 4 
Fixtures for Thursday: Captains’ Cup and Vice-Captains’ Cup at the British Legion. Sign-in 7.45 p.m. for an 8 p.m. start.

Captains’ meeting in the British Legion at 7.30 p.m. on the same night.

Carnoustie and Monifieth

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Vault Vikings won the top of the table clash and moved two points clear at the top of the Carnoustie and Monifieth Darts League.

Results: Vault Vikings 8, Aboukir Hotel 1; Craw’s Nest 4, Vault Stars 5; Corner Hotel 6, Crown Jewels 3; British Legion 0, 19th Hole 9. J. Leighton 152 checkout. G. Merrilees 180. S. Brown 180 and 122 checkout. L. Giblin 19 dart 501. J. Dunn, Crown 180. S. Yeaman, Corner Hotel 180. G. Neave 103 checkout.

P W L F A Pts

Vault Vikings 5 5 0 36 9 10

Aboukir Hotel 5 4 1 36 20 8

Corner Hotel 4 3 1 26 10 6

19th Hole 5 3 2 28 17 6

Crown Jewels 6 3 3 28 26 6

Vault Stars 6 3 3 25 29 6

Craw’s Nest 5 2 3 25 20 4

Craws 5 0 5 7 38 0

British Legion 5 0 5 7 49 0

Fixtures for Monday: Craws v 19th Hole; Corner Hotel v British Legion; Crown Jewels v Craw’s Nest; Vault Stars v Vault Vikings. Free week – Aboukir.

Junior football

Disappointment again

On Saturday, Carnoustie Panmure, after having had their G.A. Engineering Cup-tie against Fofar West End called off, the previous week, because of a waterlogged pitch, were hopeful that, after a week of much dryer weather, their league game against Newtongrange Star would get the go-ahead.

When the committee arrived at the park however, just before 8 a.m. to make their usual preparations for the visitors, they found that, as a result of an overnight frost, several parts of the playing surface were frozen hard and called for a pitch inspection.

Because of the distance Newtongrange had to travel, this had to be an early one and when the referee arrived, just before 10 a.m., he didn’t take long to decide that the frozen bits were just too hard and in the interests of players’ safety, he called the game off.

Tomorrow (Saturday), the Gowfers, are again scheduled to be on home soil, with the visitors this time being Camelon Juniors, for a game in the McBookie.com, East Superleague.

This will be the third meeting of the sides this season, with the Gowfers, so far, just having the edge. Their league game at Carmuirs Park, on August 16, ended in a 0-0 stalemate, then the Gowfers knocked the Mariners out of the D.J. Laing, East of Scotland Cup, with a fine 4-2 win, just three weeks later, also at Carmuirs Park. Tomorrow’s game has the usual start of 1.45 p.m.

Results: Sauchie Juniors 0, Penicuik Athletic 0; Linlithgow Rose 1, Kelty Hearts 3; Camelon Juniors 0, Hill of Beath Hawthorn 1; Broxburn Athletic 2, Bonnyrigg Rose 3; Boness United 3, Armadale Thistle 0; Fauldhouse United 3, Lochee United 2.

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P W D L F A Pts

Kelty Hearts 12 10 2 0 38 11 32

Newtongrange 12 8 3 1 25 11 27

Bonnyrigg 13 7 1 5 30 25 22

Penicuik 13 6 4 3 21 19 22

Musselburgh 12 6 2 4 21 19 20

Sauchie 13 5 3 5 16 25 18

Bo’ness 10 5 2 3 25 12 17

Linlithgow 9 5 2 2 22 14 17

Broxburn 14 3 8 3 19 18 17

Hill of Beath 13 4 2 7 19 23 14

Camelon 14 3 4 7 15 24 13

Fauldhouse 13 2 5 6 20 25 11

Armadale 12 2 3 7 17 26 9

Carnoustie 12 2 3 7 12 27 9

Lochee Utd 12 2 0 10 19 40 6

Ballingry 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pool

Carnoustie League

Another win moved 19th Hole A six points clear at the top of the Carnoustie Pool League and wins for Stag’s Head and 19th Hole moved them up the table.

Results: Stag’s Head 7, Legioneers 5; British Legion 3, Craw’s Nest 9; Taymouth Corner 4, 19th Hole A 8; 19th Hole 7, Corner 5.

P W L D F A Pts

19th Hole A 6 6 0 0 49 23 18

Stag’s Head 6 4 2 0 32 35 12

19th Hole 6 3 1 2 39 31 11

Tay Corner 6 3 2 1 41 31 10

Legioneers 6 2 2 2 36 36 8

Craw’s Nest 6 2 3 1 36 36 7 Corner 6 1 5 0 28 42 3

British Legion 6 0 6 0 22 49 0

Fixtures for Tuesday: Craw’s Nest v Corner; Taymouth Corner v Stag’s Head; British Legion v 19th Hole; 19th Hole A v Legioneers.