DEFENDING champions Occidental A commence the second half of the Steve Clenaghan Auto-Centre League with a two-point lead over nearest challengers Doc Ferry's.
Monday's fixtures: Steve Clenaghan Auto-Centre League - Vault v Jolly's; Crown v Doc Ferry's; Gunners v Spice; Eagle v Occidental A; Occidental v Vault A; free week, Vault B.
All teams to play for Remembered Friends entrant on free week.
Occidental, Jolly's, Vault A, Gunners and Spice will contest the Consolation League.
There will be a meeting of captains and committee in Gunners on Monday, January 5, at 7 p.m.
Carnoustie Ladies' League
(sponsored by John Barr Cabs)
AS TEAMS get set to resume after the festive break, All Stars appear well on course to retain their league title, having a four-point lead with just six matches remaining.
Thursday's fixtures: Corner v Golf Inn; Golf Inn A v Craw's Nest; Kinloch v All Stars A; All Stars v Dalhousie.
THERE was an entry of 21 for an open singles competition at the Corner on Monday night.
The winner was Ronnie McGill, 19TH, who defeated Steve Yeaman, Corner, in the final.
Beaten semi-finalists were Raymond McDonald, Golf Inn, and Iain Kinnear, 19TH.
Monday's fixtures: Golf Inn v All Stars; Corner v Craw's Nest; 19TH v Corner A.
Published Date: 31 December 2008
Broughty Ferry League