With two matches left to play they have already confirmed their place as Division Three champions with a perfect record of played eight, won eight.
The team mainly consisted of captain Bryan Farquhar, Iain Stevens and Gordon Gourlay, and two other players, Craig Taylor and Ross Hunter came out of retirement to bolster the squad. With additional performances from Steven Squire, Colin Cromar, Alastair Philp and the ever young Brian Wilson (72) it has been a great performance from everybody involved.
The team is already looking to new faces to strengthen next years assault on Division Two. For more information log onto www.forthillsportsclub.co.uk or check Facebook.
CARNOUSTIE Panmure under-14s are looking for players to join their team. Anybody interested must have been born in 1999.
For more details contact Gary on 07849554576.
THERE was no jackpot winner when the Gowfers’ Gamble draw was made at Laing Park on Monday evening.
The numbers drawn were 1, 8, 11, 12, 13 and 19. Consolation prizes of £10 go to A. Fenton, Carnoustie, and J. Cochrane, West Calder, Edinburgh.
The jackpot for the next draw on Monday (June 25) will be £1,250.
BROUGHTY Ferry’s Nathan Gevers, along with two others from Dundee City Aquatics Diving, has been selected for the Scottish Novice Team for the Celtic Tri-Cup.
The Scottish Novice team will compete against Wales and Ireland in the first Celtic tri-Cup to be held in Bangor, Wales, this weekend. Nathan, Ryan Jennings and Ryan Bruce were selected at trials held in Ayr last month.