MANAGER DELIGHTED

Following the great news that the club had completed the signing of Adam Harwood for next season, we sat down with the manager Alan McSkimming to get his thoughts on the player and to look forward to this weekends final home game of the season against Bo’ness United at Laing Park. Firstly, can we ask…

PANNY SECURE WANTED MAN

“Jamie McCabe is one of the most talented players I have worked with” said Panmure boss Alan McSkimming after securing the signature of the attacking midfielder on a deserved extended contract. “We knew that Jamie was wanted elsewhere, why wouldn’t he be ?, he was our top scorer last season and is up there with…

JR IS ALIVE AND KICKING

John Roberts has been rewarded with a new contract after fighting back from an injury that has kept him out for most of the 2016/17 season and threatened his career. The midfielder has suffered with a serious groin injury that didn’t respond to treatment but against Bonnyrigg Rose he began to look like the JR…

SKIMM “SCOTT” HIS MAN

Carnoustie have continued with renewing contracts and have completed a deal that see’s versatile Liam Scott commit to another season at Laing Park. Liam put pen to paper last night and was delighted to have agreed an extension to his current deal, the versatile player has played in both full back roles as well as…

PANMURE ADD STEEL

We are delighted to be able to announce that tonight, our young talented midfielder, Bailey Steel has put pen to paper on his first professional contract for next season. Bailey has been with us on a delayed contract meaning that he could play at Youth level as well as with us in the Super League.…

PANMURE PAY PENALTY

With safety from relegation tantalisingly close, Carnoustie are still three points away after going down to a controversial penalty against Jeanfield at Laing Park. In a game devoured of any real goal mouth action, the only goal of the game came ten minutes in to the second half when Danny Millar was adjudged to have…

PANNY BLINDED BY STAR

Carnoustie travelled to Newtongrange knowing that three points would almost certainly guarantee Super League football but returned still needing points and on the end of a 4-1 defeat. Panmure should have been in front at half time but passed up at least two good chances to take the lead instead they sides went in level…