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Carnoustie High School fencer Caitlin Philbin recently represented Scotland Under-15s in the Challenge Wratislavia Tournament in Poland. To participate in this level of competition, Caitlin required new specialist ep�e weapons. Requests for support to acquire this equipment were sent out by club coach, Joe McCall and were answered by Carnoustie Rotary Club, Carnoustie Crime Prevention Panel, Carnoustie Sportsman's Dinner Committee and Carnoustie High School. The fencing club would like to say thanks to all the local organisations that had helped supply the new blades that Caitlin used so successfully in Poland. Caitlin is pictured being presented with the blades.

Carnoustie High School fencer Caitlin Philbin recently represented Scotland Under-15s in the Challenge Wratislavia Tournament in Poland. To participate in this level of competition, Caitlin required new specialist ep�e weapons. Requests for support to acquire this equipment were sent out by club coach, Joe McCall and were answered by Carnoustie Rotary Club, Carnoustie Crime Prevention Panel, Carnoustie Sportsman's Dinner Committee and Carnoustie High School. The fencing club would like to say thanks to all the local organisations that had helped supply the new blades that Caitlin used so successfully in Poland. Caitlin is pictured being presented with the blades.

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This week again two lucky people have won themselves £50 at Carlogie Dam by catching a blue.

Buzzers are doing well black being the most productive colour. Flys and shipman’s buzzer are taking well in the evenings.

Recent catches include: C. Cameron Dundee C/R 10, C. Williamson Forfar C/R 9, G.

Anderson Dundee C/R 5, B. Thomson Arbroath C/R 20, A. Stewart Dundee C/r 20, G.

Skelton Arbroath C/R 6, I. Chaplain Carnoustie C/R 5, D. Thoms Carnoustie C/R 8, A. Byrne Arbroath C/R 9, G. Coyle Montrose C/R 8, G. Woods Montrose C/R 20, D. Bruce Stirling C/R 7.

The Pirates A.C. visited the dam recently and had a good day: C Ballantyne four for 8lbs 4oz, S. Page four for 8lbs 12oz, S. Cook four for 9lbs 3oz, R. Ballantyne two for 4lbs 8oz, G. Duff four for 8lbs 10oz.

Other catch and keep tickets included: J. Bell, Arbroath, two for 4lbs, P. Vasey, Forfar, two for 4lbs, J. Cuthll, Carnoustie, four for 8lbs.

Lintrathen

Lintrathen Loch has continued giving great sport since it opened and the catches over the past week have been more than satisfying to the anglers who have been out.

The breezy winds have kept the rainbows down about two to three feet below the surface, resulting in the best catches going to anglers fishing slow glass or intermediate lines.

The best catching flies have been cormorants, black snatchers, yellow dancers and white fritz, fished very slow to almost static.

Some anglers have been taking decent brownies late on in the afternoon up on the surface but have returned the majority.

Results: Newtyle, Meigle & District - three boats, 12 fish for 42lbs 8ozs. Individual boats - E. Stewart four for 9lbs. C.Kirk and partner eight for 20lbs 2oz, Cairns and Munro eight for 19lbs, M. and G. Thomson eight for 16lbs 9oz, Tom Melville and Jim Galloway seven for 20lbs (including one at 3lbs 9oz), John Browning and Duncan Campbell, seven for 17lbs, Jim and Dave Moncur, seven for 17lbs, Lennon and Jeffery eight for 18lbs 6oz.

badminton

Dundee Area Association

Division Three

P W L D Pts

Abertay University 10 7 2 1 22

Monifieth 9 6 3 0 21

Dundee Uni (4) 10 6 3 1 20

Carnoustie Pan (2) 10 7 3 0 15

St Stephens 9 2 7 0 13

Abertay Uni (2) 10 0 10 0 1

Fixture: Wednesday – Monifieth v St Stephens, St Rules.

Cricket

Autoecosse Forfarshire Cricket Club

Fixtures: tomorrow (Saturday), Cricket Scotland League – Heriots FP v Autoecosse Forfarshire, Goldenacre, 12 noon. Strathmore & Perthshire Union, Premier Division - Autoecosse Forthill v DHSFP, 1 p.m. Sunday, Strathmore & Perthshire Union, Division One – Autoecosse Forthill 2nd XI v Norwood, 1 p.m. Strathmore & Perthshire Union, Division Two – Arbroath United 2nd XI v Autoecosse Forthill 3rd XI, Lochlands, 1 p.m. Under 15 National Knockout - Forfarshire Under 15s v Dunfermline Under 15s, 10 a.m.

Darts

Steve Clenaghan Auto Centre League

Results: Singles Competition Qualifiers– Occidental Lounge – G. Robertson, Gunners; S. Donald, Vault; G. Kidd, Eagle; S. Ellis, Eagle. Gunners – P.D. Whyte, Doc Ferry’s; P. Whyte, Doc Ferry’s; D. McGlone, Occidental; F. McDonald, Occidental A. Eagle – K. Neave, Occidental A; B. McKenzie, Eagle; G. Ramsay, Occidental; A. Buick, Occidental A. Doc Ferry’s – K. Petrie, Gunners; B. Miller, Occidental; I. Whitton*, Doc Ferry’s; G. Wilson, Occidental A.

Fixtures 28.4.14: Champions Cup in the Gunners, sign in 7.45 p.m. – P. Whyte, Doc Ferry’s; B. McKenzie, Eagle; J. Lynch, Gunners; C. McDonald, Occidental; S. Mitchell, Occidental A; G. Milne, Vault; D. McGlone (holder), Occidental.

Teams please note the highest checkout stands at 170 so do not phone in unless equalled.

Captains’ meeting on Monday (April 28) in Gunners at 7.30 p.m. Any donations for John Chree Memorial Fund to be handed in.

Carnoustie and Monifieth

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It’s two Carnoustie and two Monifieth teams that go through to contest the semi-finals of the Knockout Cup.

Results: Knockout Cup, quarter-finals – Craw’s Nest 0, Vault Vikings 9; British Legion 3, 19th Hole 6; Corner 6, Craws 3; Vault All Stars 8, Crown 1. R. Taylor, Vault Vikings, 180. B. Martin, British Legion, 180. R. McGill, 19th Hole, 2 x 17 Dart 501s. B. Thomson, 20 dart 501.

Fixtures for Monday: Knockout Cup, semi-finals – 19th Hole v Vault Vikings; Vault All Stars v Corner. First team at home alternate marker.

football

amateur leagues

Barnhill didn’t fare well in the local cups on Saturday with both teams bowing out.

Goals from Mike Fotheringham, Craig Andrews, James Brown and James Lorimer ensured that Carnoustie YM Alliance team took the bragging rights in their local derby, with Jamie Watt getting both goals for Broughty United.

Results, Saturday

Gray Trophy, quarter-final – Barnhill 1, Logie Harp 2.

Wallace Trophy, round two – Portcullis AFC 4, Barnhill 1.

George Buckman Premier Division - Wednesday 16.4.14 - Carnoustie YM 0, St James 3; Tayside Fire Brigade 1, Broughty United 3. Saturday - D & A College 2, Carnoustie YM 1; Invergowrie 1, Broughty United 2. Monday - Broughty United 1, NCR 2.

P W D L Pts

St James 16 12 2 2 38

Arbroath CSC 16 11 1 4 34

Riverside Ath 14 10 3 1 33

Bank Street Ath 16 10 3 3 33

Broughty United 17 8 3 6 27

Tayside FB 19 7 3 9 24

Arbroath HSFP 17 5 5 7 20

NCR 17 5 4 8 19

Carnoustie YM 17 4 5 8 17

Invergowrie 17 3 7 7 16

D & A College 17 4 2 11 14

SS Peter and Paul 19 3 0 16 9

Drain Doctor Division One

P W D L Pts

Lowson United 14 11 1 2 34

Merpro 16 11 0 5 33

Newport 15 9 2 4 29

Monifieth Tay. 18 8 1 9 25

Dundee City 16 7 4 5 25

Barnhill 12 6 4 2 22

Logie Harp 15 5 4 6 19

Portcullis AFC 18 4 3 11 15

FC Claypotts 17 4 3 10 15

Morgan Acad FP 14 1 2 12 5

Trident Trophies Division Two

Wednesday, April 16 - Carnoustie Athletic 2, Dundee University 2. Saturday - Carnoustie Athletic 4, Wellbank 0.

P W D L Pts

Menzieshill Rovers 19 15 1 3 46

Douglas Athletic 18 14 1 3 43

Dundee University 17 12 2 3 38

Menzieshill AFC 16 12 1 3 37

Carnoustie Ath. 18 11 2 5 35

Kelso AFC 18 9 2 7 29

Kirriemuir Youth 20 6 4 10 22

Harris Acad FP 19 4 2 13 14

Wellbank AFC 18 3 1 14 10

Edzell Athletic 18 0 1 17 1

Arbroath Harp* 19 4 3 12 0

*-15 points

A.M. Phillip Alliance Championship

Arbroath CSC 3, Monifieth Tayside 4; Carnoustie YM 4, Broughty United 2.

P W D L Pts

Broughty United 21 13 4 4 43

Arbroath HSFP A 21 13 3 5 42

Invergowrie 20 12 4 4 40

NCR 20 11 3 6 36

Carnoustie YM 19 12 0 7 36

Logie Harp 16 10 5 1 35

Morgan Acad FP 21 11 2 8 35

Barnhill 21 10 2 9 32

St James 18 9 3 6 30

Arbroath CSC 20 9 2 9 29

Portcullis AFC 22 9 2 11 29

D & A College 17 8 3 6 27

Tayside FB 16 8 1 7 25

Arbroath HSFP B 22 4 6 12 18

Monifieth Tayside 22 4 1 17 13

Arbroath Harp 22 2 3 17 9

Kelso 22 2 2 18 8

Fixtures

Tomorrow (Saturday)

Bremner Cup, semi-final – Lowson United v Broughty United (G. Bowman) Lochside Park.

Mel Ross Trophy, round one – Arbroath HSFP A v Carnoustie YM (C. Stan) Arbroath High School; Logie Harp v Broughty United (D. Coleman) Fairmuir 3.

Wallace Trophy, round two – Arbroath Harp v Monifieth Tayside (H. Petrov) McDonald Park.

George Buckman Premier Division – Carnoustie YM v Invergowrie (G. Leith) Carlogie Park.

Trident Trophies Division Two – Menzieshill Rovers v Carnoustie Athletic (R. French) DISC.

Monday

George Buckman Premier Division – Broughty United v Bank Street Athletic (G. Bowman) Dawson 1.

Kick-offs: Saturday all 2 p.m., midweek 6.30 p.m. Home secretaries must contact both the referee and opposition secretary 72 hours before the game with pitch location and strip colours.

ladies’ football

Lisa Evans 13s League Dundee/Angus

Results - Tayside Colts 12s v Monifieth Blues 13s; Monifieth Reds 13s v Tayside Colts 13s; Forfar Farmington Blue United v Broughty United.

P Pts

Forfar Far. Blu Utd 2 6

DUSC 13s 2 6

Tayside Colts 12s 2 6

Forfar Flyers 2 6

Monifieth Reds 2 3

Forfar Meerkats 2 3

Tayside Colts 13s 1 0

Monifieth Blues 2 0

Broughty Utd 2 0

Dundee West 2 0

Emma Mitchell 15s League

P Pts

Dunfermline 3 7

Monifieth 2 6

Forfar Far. Wildcats 2 6

Raith Rovers 2 4

Forfar Farm Blues 1 3

East Fife 15s 3 3

Letham Girls 2 3

Montrose Youth 2 3

Jeanfield Swifts 0 0

Tayside Colts 3 0

Forfar Farm Eagles 4 0

Fixture: Tomorrow (Saturday) –Dunfermline Athletic Girls 15s v Monifieth.

tennis

Tayside leagues

Broughty Ferry Club

Juniors

Fixtures: Ladies, Division Two – Duffus (1) v Broughty Ferry (1). Division Three – Broughty Ferry (2) v Kinnoull (2). Juniors, Superleague – Duffus (1) v Broughty Ferry (1). Division One – Broughty Ferry (2) v Blairgowrie. Division Two – Broughty Ferry (3) v Montrose (2).

Games Club Juniors

Fixtures: Ladies, Division Two – Games Club (1) v Kinross. Juniors, Division Four - Montrose (4) v Games Club.

David Lloyd Tennis Club

Juniors

Fixtures: Ladies, Division Five – WANT (3) v David Lloyd. Juniors, Division Three - David Lloyd v Arbroath (2).