Panmure head to quarter finals

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Carnoustie Panmure went into Saturday’s GA Engineering Cup tie with Islavale with just two fit substitutes on the bench.

Despite this they went on to win the third round tie 4-1.

With only 13 available players, manager Alan McSkimming was forced into changes.

Jamie Robb came back in place of Alan Cormack; Pat Smith came in for Gordon Macdonald and Ryan Taylor came in for Luke McGeehan.

This resulted in the need of a reshuffle with Smith playing just behind Sam Simpson and Ryan Taylor on the left of a midfield four.

Carnoustie started well and took the lead through Ryan Roche when a corner was headed backwards by Ewan Buggins, hitting Roche and going in.

Steven Cook made it 2-0 on 19 minutes when he slammed the ball home after a fine passing move.

With just over half an hour gone the Gowfers lost Roche with what looked like a very serious knee injury that resulted in the big centre half heading for Ninewells.

The second half was just 10 minutes old when another Buggins header came back off a post and hit Danny Millar in the midrift and went in.

And then 10 minutes later Jamie McCabe confused the keeper with a deceptively deliberate miss hit shot that went in at the near post.

The visitors pulled one back on 78 minutes when a Scott McIntosh effort hit the inside of the post and was adjudged to have crossed the line before Steven Cook could clear the ball.

While it was not a vintage performance, Panmure won the tie nonetheless and now progress to the quarter-finals where they face a trip across the Tay to play Tayport at the Canniepairt.

Panmure manager Alan McSkimming

He said: “It’s a cup that we want to do well in.

“They have a large history and have won a lot of trophies, but it’s about what we can do on the day.

“If we do what we are capable of then we can definitely go through to the semi-finals.”