Panmure head into festive break on a high

Carnoustie Panmure saw off Dundee Violet 4-1 away from home as Phil McGuire’s men signed off from 2021 on a high note.

By
Scott Inglis
Tuesday, 21st December 2021, 10:08am
Panmure head into festive break on a high
Carnoustie manager Phil McGuire

The victory means Panmure will go into next year with the Midlands League title firmly in their sights as they chase down leaders Dundee East Craigie.

East Craigie may hold a nine-point advantage over the Laing Park side, but Carnoustie have played two games less.

Sam Simpson put the Angus side ahead at the weekend before the same man added a quick second.

Carnoustie went further ahead shortly before the half-time interval thanks to a fine Finn Kemlo solo effort.

Violet’s task was made all the more difficult on the hour mark when Zac Wilson was shown a straight red after denying Carnoustie’s Ryan Dignan a clear goalscoring opportunity.

Pat Martin made the numerical advantage count when he added number four before Violet’s Jamie Timmons reduced the deficit with a consolation.

Panmure are now out of action until January 8 when they play host to bottom of the table Scone Thistle.

Elsewhere at the weekend, Arbroath Vics beat Dundee St James 1-0, Forfar West End lost to Blairgowrie 3-0, Kirriemuir Thistle hammered Letham 6-1 and Forfar United beat Scone Thistle 4-1.

The match between Dundee East Craigie and Tayport was abandoned at half-time and all other games were postponed.

All Midlands League clubs are now on a festive break until the new year when fixtures will resume once again on Saturday, January 8.

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