AFC PLOUGH and FC Porty were the only two local Forfar League sides to advance in the Tayside Sunday Amateur Cup on Sunday.
Tayside Sunday Amateur Cup, second round - AFC Plough 4, Millgate Bar 2; FC Porty 2, Cliffburn Hotel 0; Bayview 4, Finavon Hotel 2; Blackness 7, FC Westy 1; Thomson Street Accies 6, Westport Wanderers 1.
Fixtures for Sunday:
Scottish Sunday Amateur Cup, third round - AFC Plough v Rowantree AFC (R. French) Lunanhead; Commercial Inn AFC v Westport Wanderers, as arranged; Glencairn AFC v Finavon Hotel, as arranged.
League - Carnoustie All Stars v Letham Hotel (G. Adams) Carnoustie House; Millgate Bar v Kirrie Thistle SC (M. Torrie) Hercules Den.
FC Porty and FC Westy both requested free weeks; Cliffburn Hotel no game.
ARBROATH and District Athletics Club was well represented at the first event within the Castle’s Cross-Country series which took place at Knockburn, Banchory.
Under-11 athlete Juliette Simpson and under-17 competitor Ellen Robertson will be sitting in medal positions when they compete in the second event.
ADAC results were as follows:
Under-11, girls, one mile – 3, Juliette Simpson, 9.14; 6, Megan Gowans, 9.21; 19, Jade Reid, 10.40; 21, Amy Low, 10.59; 25, Carla Townsend, 11.35.
Under-13, girls, two miles – 14, Megan McColl, 11.47; 17, Shauna Chisholm, 12.31.
Under-15, girls, two miles – 5, Nicola Fairlie, 10.38; 6, Anna Robertson, 10.47; 13, Aillie Townsend, 12.27: boys, three miles – 10, Connor Sturrock, 21.03.
Under-17, women, three miles – 2, Ellen Robertson, 23.32: men, three miles – 5, Hamish Sutherland, 18.46; 7, Ross Croall, 19.43.
Senior men, three miles – 8, Martin Shepherd, 27.18: six miles – 8, Lewis Morrison, 40.08; 14, Matthew Chisholm, 53.03.
The club’s annual trophy disco will take place tonight (Friday) at Seaton House. There will be no training tomorrow (Saturday).