CARNOUSTIE Panmure Youth FC had mixed fortunes on Sunday with the under-15s narrowly going down to Dundee United SC away from home and the under-13s recording a good home victory over old rivals Fairmuir.
Dundee United SC 4, Panmure 3
Dundee United had a few chances in the first half, but Panmure managed to hold them at bay.
Ben Adam scored the only goal, for the visitors.
United came storming back into contention in the second half, scoring three goals in quick succession to make it 3-1.
Carnoustie captain Brannan Millar scored from a free kick, and Oliver Nicol added another to make it 3-3.
However, with just three minutes left on the clock, the home team scored to take the points
Panmure 2, Fairmuir 0
Carnoustie dug out another gutsy performance, on a chilly afternoon, with a win over their old rivals Fairmuir.
Two first half goals, a 20-yard screamer from Connor Buchan, and another quality finish from Connor McArthy, sealed all three points, to put them joint top of the league.
Fixtures for Sunday: under-17s - Carnoustie Panmure v Celtic Boys, Henry Dolan League Cup, group stage, kick-off 2 p.m.; under-15s - Dryburgh Athletic v Carnoustie Panmure, Tommy Clark Trophy quarter final, kick-off 12 noon; under-13s - Montrose Youth v Carnoustie Panmure, Ross Ballantyne Cup quarter final, kick-off 12 noon.
The club is looking for volunteers to assist it’s 4 v 4 and 11-a-side teams. If you think you can help, please contact the club secretary for more information on 07510662616.