IT WAS a mixed bag of results in the Scottish Amateur Cup on Sunday with Finavon advancing.
However, AFC Plough went out of the competition.
In the Forfar and District Sunday League, there were wins for Carnoustie All Stars and Millgate Bar.
Scottish Sunday Amateur Cup, third round - AFC Plough 2, Rowan Tree 4; Glencairn AFC 1, Finavon Hotel 2.
League - Carnoustie All Stars 3, Letham Hotel 0; Millgate Bar 3, Kirrie Thistle SC 1.
Fixtures for Sunday:
League - Carnoustie All Stars v Cliffburn Hotel (M. Reid) Carnoustie House; Kirrie Thistle SC v AFC Plough (P. Aiken) Martin Park; Letham Hotel v Finavon (M. Ritchie) Letham; Millgate Bar v FC Porty (N. Brand) Hercules Den; Westport Wanderers v FC Westy (A. Kennedy) Victoria Park.
ACSC fixtures for this weekend are as follows:
11s - home To Montrose, 11 a.m. kick-off; 13s - home To Dundee West, 12.30 p.m.; Under-14s - away to Lochside, 2 p.m. kick-off; Under-16s free week; Under-17s - away to Mains, 2 p.m.; Under-19s - away to Celtic, 2 p.m.
Seniors - away to Kinrossie Caledonian 1.30 p.m.; away to Morgan, 2 p.m.
Winter Shutdown, December 30 and January 6.
Anyone interested in joining the club should ‘phone Karen Cook on 01241434497 or 07745671375.
Footers enjoy inter-club event
THE BEACON Runners hosted the Hartley Cup inter-club Relay at Burntisland on Sunday.
Arbroath Footers were represented by a team of ladies consisting of Gillian Sangster, Tina Fowler, Christine Bird, Pamela Brandie and Tracy Paterson.
Each runner had to run two non-consecutive laps. Each lap was 1.13 miles long and covered path, beach and grass. The ladies were fourth and thoroughly enjoyed the event.