DUE TO Emirates Scottish Junior Cup replays, Arbroath Vics were without a fixture on Saturday.
Vics had arranged a friendly away to amateur side Castle AFC at Castle Huntly, but it was cancelled late on Saturday morning when the Midlands Amateur Association handed the team from Longforgan a re-scheduled fixture, leaving Vics with no time to fix up an alternative.
Of the league matches that took place in the McBookie.com North Division on Saturday, Dundee North End beat leaders East Craigie 2-1 to take over at the top, while Downfield moved into second place with a 1-0 win away to Montrose Roselea. Kirrie Thistle kept in contention at the top with a 2-0 win against bottom side, Coupar Angus, while Blairgowrie moved above Vics with a 3-0 victory at home to Brechin Vics.
Tomorrow (Saturday), Vics return to action with a league fixture at home to Lochee Harp. Kick-off is at 1.45 p.m.
ACSC fixtures for this weekend are:
Under-13s - Ferry v ACSC, 12.30 p.m. kick-off; Under-14s ACSC v Montrose, 12.30 p.m.; Under-16s - free week; Under-17s - ACSC v Ferry, 2 p.m.; Under-19s - Letham Whites v ACSC, 2 p.m. ACSC.
Seniors: ACSC v Westerland AFC, 2 p.m.; ACSC v Barnhill, 2 p.m.
The club is looking for players to join, aged five years and upwards. Anyone interested should ‘phone Karen Cook on 01241 434497 or 07745 671375.
Abbey Club officials
THE FOLLOWING officials were elected at the Abbey Bowling Club’s annual general meeting held in the clubrooms on Sunday.
President - John Lowson; vice-president - Ron Webster; junior vice-president - Jim Crichton; immediate past president - Dave Wilson; treasurer - Dave Beattie; secretary - Ken Tosh; match secretary - Brian Johnston; and assistant match secretary - Tom Mill.
Committee - Alice Anderson, ladies’ president; Liz Lowson, ladies’ immediate past president; Donald Matthew, Jim Paterson, Neil Paton, Craig Paton, Bill Thomson, Bob Tosh, Peter Speirs, Jim Cuthill and Fred Cook.