D J LAING AWARD WINNER 2019

The D J Laing Award is presented by Carnoustie Panmure FC as part of its annual awards and is presented to somebody outside of the football club who has gone above and beyond the call of duty on our behalf. Normally the award is announced at our Player of the Year Night but as will…

LOCHEE TAKE STEP TO TITLE WITH WIN

Lochee United took a further step towards the Super League title with a 4-0 victory over Carnoustie at Laing Park, however, an error by an official was the major talking point. Gowfers boss Phil McGuire was forced in to changes to the side that had drawn with Downfield in midweek, Gordon Macdonald was unavailable, while…

CARNOUSTIE DRAW WITH DOWNFIELD

Carnoustie surrendered a 2-0 lead at home to Downfield in the Thorntons Property League Cup Group A clash and had to settle for a draw but the game was overshadowed by the performance of the referee that led to both sides criticising his performance in unison. Gowfers boss Phil McGuire, as expected, made changes to…

GOWFERS DOWN SORRY GLENROTHES

Phil McGuire’s pre-match team-talk went out of the window within thirty seconds of kick off at Glenrothes on Saturday but the Gowfers boss was full of praise for the way his side came back, on a pitch that was more like a country meadow, to trounce basement club Glenrothes in the McBookie.com Super League. McGuire…

GOWFERS DESERVED DERBY WIN

Carnoustie took first blood in what could be a tight East Region League Cup Group A with an impressive battling performance over Super League leaders Broughty Athletic at Craigie Park, coming from behind to win 2-1 with two former Broughty players scoring The Gowfers goals. Before the game manager Phil McGuire had said that he…

LATE PENALTY JOY FOR BATTLING GOWFERS

Thornton Hibs were flying and Carnoustie may as well have not bothered turning up for todays game, that was the feeling of the local pundits before this afternoons Super League clash at Memorial Park. The Gowfers had other ideas and with manager Phil McGuire’s game plan carried out to the letter, it was Carnoustie’s turn…

CONTROVERSY REIGNS AS GOWFERS LOSE

There was a controversial end to Carnoustie’s game against Downfield at Laing Park as the visitors scored a dramatic late winner to complete a double over The Gowfers. Carnoustie welcomed back Ryan Roche from suspension in place of the injured Jake Mair but were without Ryan Dignan, who began his suspension, meaning Mark Smith came…

RUN ENDS WITH DEFEAT AT TAYPORT

The Gowfers run of five games unbeaten came to an abrupt halt at The Canniepairt where Phil McGuire’s men went down 4-1 to Tayport, however, the result is only part of the story as the visitors dominated the game for long periods and gifted all four goals to Stevie Kay’s men. It didn’t start well…

CLUB TO CELEBRATE JUNIOR CUP WIN

We are delighted to announce that our Annual Dinner will be a Celebration of our Scottish Junior Cup win in 2004 over Tayport. and it is hoped that the majority of the winning squad will be able to attend. The event will be held on Saturday November 16th at The Woodlands Hotel in Broughty Ferry.…