Panmure depart cup at the hands of Dundee North End

Carnoustie Panmure departed the Quest Precision Engineering Cup at the weekend, on the wrong end of a 3-2 loss against Dundee North End.

By
Scott Inglis
Wednesday, 24th November 2021, 8:03am
Panmure depart cup at the hands of Dundee North End
Connor Coupe had pulled Carnoustie Panmure level. Stock pic by Michael Gillen

The Midlands League club welcomed North End to Laing Park but the visitors made a flying start, Connor Macleod opening the scoring with just two minutes gone.

But Panumre responded well and Connor Coupe restored parity six minutes later.

The game rushed from end-to-end and had a traditional cup-tie feel to it.

Just before the 30-minute mark North End hit again, Ryan Smith putting the visitors 2-1 up.

The game looked to be put beyond Carnoustie’s reach on 70 minutes when Smith again found the net.

Panmure refused to give up on the cup tie, though, and ensured a nervy finish for the visiting side when Dale Reid made it 3-2 with seven minutes left on the clock.

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