GOWFERS GO AWAY BACKED BY HOTEL

When Carnoustie Panmure FC are away from their Laing Park home this season they will be backed by The Station Hotel. The Gowfers new away kit, emblazoned across the chest with The Station Hotel logo, was launched at the hotel, on Station Road in the town, on Thursday morning. General Manager Mark Johnson and Team…

MAJOR SPONSOR FOR JUNIOR CUP

Macron, a leading European teamwear and equipment supplier, has been unveiled as the sponsor of the Scottish Junior Cup.  The company has signed a three year deal with the Scottish Junior FA to sponsor the tournament which held its first Final back in 1887.   The Junior Cup brings local communities throughout Scotland together as…

PAT MARTIN BREAKS KENNOWAY STAR HEARTS

Substitute Pat Martin was the Carnoustie match winner with two goals in the last eight minutes as The Gowfers won 4-2 against Kennoway Star Hearts at Treaton Park. Manager Alan McSkimming was still without the injured trio of Ryan Dignan, Steven Cook and Ryan Roche and named the same starting eleven that began last weeks…

KENNOWAY PREVIEW

Carnoustie travel to Treaton Park to take on Kennoway Star Hearts this weekend as Alan McSkimming’s side look to build on the opening day win over Thornton Hibs. Sam Simpson scored twice after Steven McPhee had struck early in the first half and McSkimming is likely to keep to the same starting eleven for the…

THREESY DOES IT FOR DOMINANT GOWFERS

Carnoustie were comfortable winners in their season opener at home to Thornton Hibs Skipper Steven Cook (calf), Ryan Dignan (heel) and Ryan Roche (knee) were all missing nut manager Alan McSkimming was able to give full debuts to all four of the summer signings, Jamie Winter, Steven McPhee, Michael Cruickshank and Barrie Gourlay. The Gowfers…

GOWFERS TOO STRONG FOR SCONE

Carnoustie proved to be to strong for a plucky and hard working Scone Thistle at a wet Laing Park on Wednesday night, running out 2-0 winners. The Gowfers were able to welcome back a number of players that missed last Wednesday’s trip to Fife, in fact the only absentees were Robert Urquhart who was on…

UNDER PAR GOWFERS BEATEN

Carnoustie may have had a NBC film crew for company against Hill Of Beath on Wednesday night but the short handed Gowfers failed to light up Alex Venters Park, going down 5-1 to the EOSL side. With holidays, injuries and work commitments, manager Alan McSkimming was down to the bare bones from the start with…

PRE-SEASON BEGINS WITH A WIN

Carnoustie Panmure started their Pre-Season campaign for the season with a 4-1 win at Premier League North side, Brechin Vics on Monday evening. Manager Alan McSkimming fielded a strong starting eleven and include all three of the summer signings, Jamie Winter, Michael Cruickshank and Steven McPhee as well as former Vics defender Barrie Gourlay, fresh…