Carnoustie build on record breaking win

Carnoustie manager Phil McGuireCarnoustie manager Phil McGuire
Carnoustie manager Phil McGuire
A Dale Reid double, plus a Jamie Winter penalty, handed Carnoustie Panmure all three points at home to Arbroath Vics on Saturday.

All three goals came in the first-half as Panmure kept pace with Midlands League leaders Dundee East Craigie.

The two have now stretched ahead from the chasing pack in behind them as they’ve created a two horse race for the title.

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It’s been quite a seven days for Phil McGuire’s team who went into the weekend’s fixture on the back of a record breaking win.

In midweek they travelled to face Lochee Harp.

Harp are doing well enough in the league this season, holding on to a respectable mid-table position.

McGuire’s men were ruthless on the night, though, demolishing their hosts 15-0 to record a new club record scoreline.

They were up 6-0 at half-time and would go on to finish off Harp in some style in the second 45.

This weekend Panmure travel to meet Kirriemuir Thistle.

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Elsewhere at the weekend, there was a 3-1 win for Blairgowrie Juniors at home to Scone Thistle.

Brechin Vics came out on top in a seven goal thriller, beating Dundee St James 4-3.

Broughty Athletic and Coupar Angus played out a 2-2 draw, Dundee North End beat Letham 6-3 and Dundee Violet beat Lochee Harp 2-1.

There was a 3-1 defeat for Forfar United at home to Kirriemuir Thistle.

Lochee United beat Dundee Downfield 3-1 and Tayport were triumphant 5-2 against Forfar West End.