THIS year’s Broughty Classic tournament was won by Jacqui Cruikshanks, Perth Caledonian, who beat Davina Peattie, Brechin, in the final.
The Broughty Masters Tournament was won by Ross Carlin, Muirhead and Birkhill, who won defeated Mike Black, Bowls Scotland.
Broughty Masters and Classic Tournament 2012: Broughty Classic, Quarter-finals - M. Gray, 2011 Champion 21, J. Jamieson, A & P LBA 6; J. Cruickshanks, Perth Caledonian 17, K. Wright, Craigie 16; M. Cargill, Newgate 13, T. McKay, Tayside LBA 20; M. Gall, Broughty 16, D. Peattie, Brechin 21. Semi-finals - M. Gray 13, J. Cruickshanks 21; T. McKay 20 D. Peattie 21. Final - J. Cruickshanks 21, D. Peattie 11.
Broughty Masters, Quarter-finals - N. McIntosh, Forfar 5, A. Crighton, Strathmartine 21; P. Thomson, Lochlands 13, M. Black, Bowls Scotland 21; V. Stewart, Craigie 18, K. Brunton, Bowls Scotland (Under-25) 21; A. Furye, Carnoustie West End 14, R. Carlin, Muirhead & Birkhill 21. Semi-finals - A. Crighton 13, M. Black 21; K. Brunton 11, R. Carlin 21; Final - M. Black 15, R. Carlin 21.
Last Saturday saw Monifieth visit Maule Street in the penultimate fixture of the season and record a very narrow victory over Carnoustie.
Carnoustie v Monifieth
22 D.A. Robertson R. Russell 22
18 A. McKay P. Lowe 24
20 M. Granger J. Friel 19
21 G. Allen A. Brachan 20
19 W. Coffin A. Sturrock 17
Saturday sees the final fixture with a visit from Abbey Bowling Club to Carnoustie.
Carnoustie West End
CARNOUSTIE West End held a mixed triples, round robin competition on Sunday. They combined it with a charity fund raiser for Macmillan nurses and raised over £1,200 in the process.
Junior vice-president Mike Stewart offered to raise some extra money by having his head and beard shaved off. This operation was performed by Nadine Torrie under the watchful eye of the members. The club also had a raffle with prizes donated by local businesses and members
On the bowling front, the competition was fiercely contested by a full house of members and was eventually won by Fiona Finlay, John Stewart and David Curtis.
The club will have their final game on Saturday with the traditional secretary v treasurer ‘friendly’ match. The presentation of the cheque to Macmillan Nurses will take place at the clubrooms before the game which starts at 2.30 p.m.
IN THE final friendly matches played last Wednesday and Saturday, Monifieth lost out by nine shots to Fairfield but won by the same margin against Broughty Castle and had a narrow victory over Carnoustie. The closing day match President v Vice President is tomorrow, Saturday.
Fairfield v Monifieth
14 R. Russell B. Hogan 17
18 H. Gall W. Howie 13
21 W. Short D. Simpson 15
17 G. Dunbar R.Russell 16
Monifieth v Broughty Castle
11 D. Watson I. Bell 22
24 G. Ross J. Adam 12
26 J. Statter I. Spence 19
19 D. Mayes N. Heenan 18