IN THE annual Scotland Fire Brigade v England Fire Brigade football game played at Sincil Bank, Lincoln City’s stadium, two Carnoustie firefighters helped Scotland to a 3-2 victory.
Roddy Black, formerly with Brechin City and Arbroath, and who now plays for Cove Rangers, captained the side, and Danny Millar, who plays for Carnoustie Panmure, along with their team-mates, celebrated an excellent win to come back from being 2-0 down.
They both now have to wait to see if they will be picked for the British Fire Brigade team to play in the European Fire Brigade Championships in Romania in June.
Good results for Broughty ladies
IN DIVISION TWO of the Tennis Tayside Ladies’ League, Broughty Ferry 1 had a good draw against Kinross and in Division Four, Broughty Ferry 2 had a narrow victory over Glenfarg.
Results, Ladies’ League; Division Two - Kinross 4, Broughty Ferry (1) 4: Division Four – Broughty Ferry (2) 5, Glenfarg 4: Junior Superleague - Duffus (1) 6, Broughty Ferry (1) 6.
Ladies, Monday: Division Two – Broughty Ferry 1 v Perth 1: Division Four – Falkland 2 v Broughty Ferry 2.
Gents, Thursday: Division Six – Scone 2 v Broughty Ferry 3.
Junior Superleague: Saturday - Montrose 1 v Broughty Ferry 1, 3 p.m. Montrose. Junior Division One - Broughty Ferry 2 v Crieff 1, 3 p.m. Junior Division Two - St Andrews 3 v Broughty Ferry 3, 3.00 p.m.
No jackpot winner
THERE was no jackpot winner in the Gowfers’ Gamble draw made at Laing Park on Monday evening.
The numbers drawn were 2, 5, 9, 14, 16 and 17.
Consolation prizes of £15 each go to J. Meldrum and I. Gilzean, both Carnoustie.
The jackpot for the next draw on Monday (April 30) will be £1,750.