Lochlands entertained Friockheim in a mixed friendly in the last game of the season. The visitors won by three shots in a close match
LOCHLANDS v FRIOCKHEIM
28 J.Cargill B McGuire 13
7 J. Wynne S. Lyons 22
16 C. Blyth D. Cochrane 18
18 J. Jarret S. West 19
Arbroath bowling club
Friday night saw the Seniors Angus league team take on the Angus league team. Billed as ‘Fergie’s select’ against ‘Meelos manuels’, the game was played with a good competitive spirit. The seniors started slowly but as the game moved to the latter stages they threw down a strong challenge. But alas it was all to no avail as the league team just held on thanks mainly to one rink having a big win. The zimmers will be wanting revenge next year. The club would like to thank all players and officials for donating generously and a donation will be sent to Cancer Research.
Closing day: A list is now on the board for names for closing day on Saturday, September 27.
Newgate Bowling Club
Gents Consolation Singles Final
Last Thursday evening the Gents Consolation Singles Final was played between Graham Skelton and Brian Robertson.
Graham had the best of the early exchanges with Brian trying his best to get on even terms picking up the odd shot with termination to keep in touch with Graham but Graham had other ideas and finished a worthy winner 21-8.
Mixed Pairs Final
Last Friday afternoon the Mixed Pairs Final was played between the pair of Mary Burnett and Ian Teviotdale and the pair of Margaret Cargill and Willie Smith (2).
Margaret and Willie got off to a good start and built up an early commanding lead of 11 shots to one but the fat lady had not sung yet and Mary and Ian rallied to go into the last end leading by five shots.
Mary and Ian held on to their advantage running out worthy winners. The trophy was presented after the game by Lady President Pat Smith.
Hillcrest had cancelled the away fixture leaving only one game which was played
at home against local neighbours Arbroath, which was sponsored by David Mackay, Funeral Directors, Arbroath.
The home team enjoyed a moderate victory in this game.
Newgate v Arbroath
11 M.Flynn G. Mathieson 22
16 B. Sibley D. Strachan 16
29 R. Webster D. Gallagher 9
18 G.Stewart E.Eaton 14
The friendlies for tomorrow (Saturday) which are the last of the season are at home to Forfar, which is sponsored by The Golden Haddock Chip Shop and away to Friockheim . The away team to meet at Newgate at 1.30.p.m when travel arrangements will be made.
Next Saturday (Sept 27) the annual challenge match takes place between the Gents Juniors v Gents Seniors with a 2.30.p.m start.
In this two-rink competition involving the Angus clubs, the rink of Allan McIntosh, Sye Pearson, Billy Sturrock and John Stirling played Baxter Park at Carnoustie and returned with a + 6 shots result and the rink of Willie Smith (2), Mario Szatan, Tom Reid and Forbes Szatan played Friockheim at the Abbey and won with a comfortable + 20 shots margin.
However, the score was not quite good enough as Balgay returned with a total of +37 shots to take the title. Newgate were a joint second.
Monday Points League
The last game for the season was due to be played on Monday past with three players in with a chance of taking the top spot with Tom Reid on 28 Bob Spence on 26 and Scott Sibley on 25 points who were all in with a chance depending on the outcome of the last game. All three players were drawn to play in the same team so the outcome with Broughty was not going to change the result at the top of the table so due to the inclement weather there was no point in playing the last game so the Points Trophy went to Tom Reid.
Dave Donaldson Memorial Trophy
The annual Dave Donaldson Memorial Trophy against the Royal British Legion was played last Sunday with six mixed rinks. The Royal British Legion had won the trophy for the past five years but not this year as the Newgate put in a stronge challenge to lift the trophy by six shots.
Newgate v Legion
16 J.McIlhatton C.Coull 9
18 D. Reid E. Wilkie 6
18 A. Caird K. McPherson 22
12 I. Teviotdale G. Fleming 19
19 A.Cargill D. Skene 19
12 W. Cadger W. Lawrence 14
Ladies v Gents Seniors
The annual challenge match between the Ladies and the Gents Seniors takes place this afternoon (Friday) with a 2.p.m. start.
Broughty Classic (Ladies) and Masters (Gents)
This Saturday (tomorrow) the Broughty Classic and Masters for Champions takes place at the Broughty green. The Newgate ladies champion Barbara Park is on holiday therefore unable to compete in the Classic. The gents champion Paul Carnegie plays at 3.30.p.m. in the Masters against the champion from Kirriemuir.
The ladies played their last friendly of the season at home to the ladies from Forfar on Wednesday past.
Ladies Closing Day
The ladies hold their closing day match and presentation of trophies on Sunday, September 28 with a 2.p.m. start.
ABBEY bowling club
With the nights drawing in Abbey is now in a mad rush to complete all competitions before it gets to dark.
In the semi-final of the Handicap neither player was able to catch the green which didnt make for a great game however winner on the night was Jim Fairweather taking the game 22-16 against Peter McKay.
In the Final Bryan Williams couldn’t find the form that he had shown in the earlier rounds and Jim took advandage playing very well never gave Bryan a chance and won 23-8.
It was to be a similar story with the semi-final of the nominated Fours as Fred Cook, Craig Paton, David Gow and Peter Speirs never really got started and suffered for it as Declan Johnston, Neil Paton, Bob Tosh and Jim Arthur took the game 18-7.
The final was a more intense game in which Declan, Neil, Bob and Jim struggled early on but a late revival saw them take the last four ends 2-1-1-2 but it was,nt enough as they lost by one shot 12-11 toSean Matthew, Jim Cuthill, Peter McKay and Ali Burnett.
The nominated Pairs final was a tight game with neither side running away from the other and after 17 ends the game was all square at 11 all requiring an extra end to decide the outcome.
The winning shot went to Burnett Taylor and Malcolm Anderson 12-11 against Dave Wilson and Jim K. Paterson. In the final of the Consolation Cup, Bryan Williams found the form that has carried him through a good season as he took the tie 18 - 8 against Frank Farmer.
The weekend away fixture was at Invergowrie, but unfortunately the home game was cancelled as Montrose were unable to field a team, however, those Abbey members that turned up had a game amongst themselves which proved to be a very enjoyable afternoon.
Invergowrie v Abbey
17 I. Rose D. Middleton 17
14 J. Paterson J.K. Paterson 21
19 W. Russell W. Bisset 15
22 G. Gow R. Wilson 19
22 R. McCartney D. Wilson 13
Their midweek friendly was at home against Broughty B/C where both sides suffered heavy loses in a rink , Irene Eaton lost 23-8 ,and May Dundas won 20-6, leaving Broughty winners by one shot.
Juniors closing finals and fun day along with presentation of trophies will be held on Sunday, September 21. at the Abbbey with a 10.00 a.m. start.
Arbroath and District Pool League
Week 1 Fixtures. The new season will commence this Tuesday, September 23. The fixtures are:
Division 1 - Burns Bar V Cliffburn 1, Letham 1 V Railway 1, Merchants V Newgate 1, Newgate 2 V Shotz 2, Railway 2 V Portcullis 1, Shotz 1 V Ram’s Heid 1, Bye V Portcullis 2.
Division 2 - Bowlers 2 V West Port 2, Cliffburn 2 V Bowlers 1, Fishermans V Station, St Tams V Legion 2, Portcullis 3 V Letham 2, Stag V Shotz 3, West Port 1 V Legion 1.
Teams are reminded that the usual 8pm sign-in time stands and that the home team Captain should ‘phone or text the score to the Match Secretary upon completion of the match.
Super 15’s Interest Lists
This year’s Super 15’s Events will be held at Pettycur Bay, Kinghorn, Fife. The Premier Event will be held over the weekend of 21/22/23 November 2014. The First Division will be held over the weekend of 14/15/16 November 2014.
The A Team will be competing in the Premier Division, whilst the B Team will be in the First Division.
Again, similar to the Super 11’s players are being asked for a commitment to these events and as such a £20 ‘non-refundable’ deposit is required (if you are subsequently not selected for any of the teams you will have your money refunded). If a player withdraws after being selected then they will lose their deposit.
To that end we need to start gathering interest for our teams. The interest list will close tomorrow (Saturday 20th September). The names will be collated and passed to the Selection Committee for team selections. Any player who wishes to put their name forward can contact the Match Secretary or post in the relevant discussion forum on the ADPL website.
Arbroath Summer League
Results 16/9: Corner 7 Bowlers 5, Foundry 6 Newgate 6, WPB 6 Porty 6, Rams H 8 Central 4, St Tams6 Bunrs Bar 6.
Fixtures 23/9: Porty v Bowlers, Burns Bar v Foundry, Newgate v Corner, Rams H v WPB, St Tams v Central. Phone results to 07780 504108 on the night.
P W D L F A Pts
St Tams 17 11 3 3 114 90 25
Bowlers 17 11 1 5 122 81 23
Corner 17 10 2 5 112 88 22
Porty 17 10 1 6 115 89 21
Newgate 17 8 4 4 108 96 20
Rams H 17 7 5 5 104 100 18
Central 17 5 5 7 94 110 15
WP Bar 17 4 5 8 90 114 13
Burns 17 2 6 9 90 114 11
Foundry 17 0 1 15 72 132 2
Doubles finalist 2014: J. Hatton/T. Richardson (Cor), M/J. McPherson (New), Cowan.Crosby (WPB), L/W. Williamson (WPB), J. Ironside.C. Smith (Por), O’MAlly/McGaugh, T/K. Homles (Foun), R. Doyle/ G. Hartley (Por).
Arbroath Lads Club
Results, Sunday 14/09. Under 13’s 1 Lincraig 9. Scottish Cup - Under 14’s 3 Kirkcaldy Eagles 1, Under 15’s 5 Dundee Thistle 0, Under 17’s 6 Muirfield Thistle 1.
Fixtures, Sunday 21/09. 7-a-side 11 a.m. kick -0ff. 2005’s - Away v Broughty Pumas, 2003’s - Home v Monifieth. 11-a-side, 12.30 p.m. kick-off Under 13’s Away v Forfar. 2 p.m. Under 14’s Away v Kirriemuir, Under 15’s Away v Montrose, Under 17’s Home v Scone Thistle.
YDS TRAINING SESSIONS
YDS training sessions continue at Arbroath Sport Centre -
astroturf, between 10.00 - 11.30 with a cost of £1 per
session. Players from the age of 6 upwards are welcome.
For further details please contact Gav Paterson(01241)
430226 or 07939986386.
Having qualified for the Petrofac finals, many of the Arbroath and District Athletic Club athletes travelled to Inverness at the weekend. This was a very successful meeting where many personal bests were set and ADAC returned home with four trophies.
U13 athlete, Rachel Broadfoot was presented with the Track Plate following her excellent performances in the 100m; 200m and 800m.
The U13 girls were also successful in winning their age group. The senior men retained the league title for the third successive year and their relay team of Michael Downie, Callum Edwards, Ross White and Damien Murray broke the clubs 4x100 relay record, a record that has stood for 19 years.
The ADAC boys/men also won the trophy for achieving the highest points total overall.
U11, girls, 100m – S. Smart, 15.49; E. McGhee, 16.66: long jump – S. Smart, 3.71; I. Whitton, 3.19: shot putt – I. Whitton, 4.31: 200m – S. Smart, 32.52; E. McGhee, 35.78: 600m – E. McGhee, 2.10.86; I. Whitton, 2.28.35.
U11, boys, 100m – M. Bremner, 16.02; C. Fletcher, 17.12: 600m – C. Fletcher, 2.29.22: 200m – M. Bremner, 34.18: shot putt – M. Bremner, 5.01.
U13, girls, 100m – R. Broadfoot, 13.95; M. Gowans, 15.38: 200m – R. Broadfoot, 28.68; L. Fletcher, 33.95: 800m – R. Broadfoot, 2.41.70; M. Gowans, 2.47.15: long jump – I. McFarlane, 3.90; L. Fletcher, 3.71: shot putt – I. McFarlane, 7.26; L. Fletcher, 6.10: 4x100 relay – 58.14: Age group winners.
U15, boys, 100m – J. McFarlane, 12.65; D. Smart, 12.87: 800m – D. Smart, 2.26.78; M. Law, 2.26.89: 400m – J. McFarlane, 57.20; E. Boath, 65.55: discus – M. Law, 22.94; J. McFarlane, 19.08: high jump – E. Boath. 1.54; D. Carr, 1.45: 4x100 relay – 51.15.
U17. Women, 100m – E. De Klerk, 13.47; A. Townsend, 14.79: 300m – E. De Klerk, 42.15; A. Townsend, 46.96: 800m – N. Fairlie, 2.42.70; S. Scott; 2.42.98: high jump – E. De Klerk, 1.50; N. Feighan, 1.20: discus – N. Feighan, 23.72; A. Robertson, 18.21: 4x100 relay – 55.72.
U17, men, 100m – L. Fotheringham, 12.01; D. Gunn, 12.80; 800m – C. Sturrock, 2.22.98; K. McKenzie, 2.28.47: 400m – L. Fotheringham, 52.95; D. Gunn, 57.65: high jump – L. Fotheringham, 1.65; K. McKenzie, 1.50; discus – D. Gunn, 23.33; C. Sturrock, 22.35: 4x100 relay – 47.92.
Senior women, 100m – E. Robertson, 13.99; S. Townsend, 13.99: 400m – E. Robertson, 63.05; S. Townsend, 64.81: 800m – N. Lee, 3.06.38: javelin – S. Townsend, 14.53; N. Lee, 12.42: high jump – E. Robertson, 1.45: 4x100 relay – 55.0.
Senior men, 100m – M. Downie, 11.72; R. White, 12.10: 800m – J. Garrigan, 2.02.20; R. Croall, 2.15.22: 400m – M. Downie, 50.95; R. White, 54.09:triple jump – J. Garrigan, 11.73; D. Murray, 11.02: javelin – M. Downie, 50.11; D. Murray, 40.54: 4x100 relay – C. Edwards, D. Murray, R. White, M. Downie, 44.42, New Club Record. Age Group Winners.
Summer training has now ended and winter training will commence on 21 October. Updated information can be found on our website and facebook page.
Arbroath Artisan Golf Club: Saturday, September 13, Saturday Spoon. Entry; 87 CSS; 67.
Scr – 9 E Gordon (9) 65; C Cooper (1) 66; G Fairweather (9) 68 (bih); D Ironside (9) 68 (bih)
10 - 15 J Mackie (15) 61; N Edwards (10) 64; S Blair (10) 66; S Lawrie (11) 67 (bih)
16 + W Thain (17) 60; K Gordon (18) 61; J McKenzie (18) 64; A Dorward (16) 65 (bih)
Sunday, September 14, September Vase. Entry; 57 CSS; 70. Winner; F Bews
Scr - 11 G Middleton (1) 67; M Wood (7) 68 (bih); J Lindsay (10) 68; D Law (11) 70 (bih)
12 + F Bews (12) 66; A Taylor (17) 68; W Thain (14) 70; P Murphy (14) 71
Letham Grange: Lawrence Trophy played, Old Course September 16. 1st. A. Crabb (8) 80 2nd C. Clark (15) 84 3rd. D. Moffat (17) 87 CSS 77.