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Scott Martin – SPFL Team of the Week

Congratulations once again to Scott Martin who has again been named in the SPFL Team of the week for his performance against East Fife.  Not only has Scott been named in the SPFL Team of the week but his Hibernian Development side have won the Development League!

MC – Scott Martin (Arbroath)

Once again the on-loan Hibs midfielder dominated the centre of the park as Arbroath surged to victory, beating East Fife 5-0 away from home. The Red Lichties have all but secured their place in the play-offs thanks to a much superior goal difference over fifth-place Stranraer.

Read more at https://spfl.co.uk/ne…/article/spfl-team-of-the-week-81-23/…

A new week, a new book?

The season is drawing to an end but there is still a chance for all Lichties under 12 to claim a free ticket to Gayfield!

All you need to do is pop down to the the Arbroath or Forfar Library or even catch the ANGUSalive’s mobile Library and pick up a reading “Challenge Card” and simply check out and read 4 books.  Each book read will be marked with a stamp on the “Challenge Card” and once the young Lichtie has read four books, they will receive a FREE match ticket, while an accompanying adult will be able to purchase a discounted ticket.  Children can take part as many times as they like!

This is a pioneering pilot scheme to get more young children to take up reading which has been drawn up by the SPFL Trust and Scottish Book Trust.

Both Arbroath FC and Forfar Athletic have received great support from ANGUSalive The SPFL Trust, Angus Council and the Scottish Book Trust in pulling this programme together.
 
SPFL Chief Executive Neil Doncaster comments: “The 4-4-2 Reading Challenge is another excellent initiative from the SPFL Trust and Scottish Book Trust that the SPFL is delighted to support. Learning to read is a cornerstone of every child’s upbringing and hopefully the reward of getting to a football match will encourage many of them to take up the challenge.”
 
Clubs participating in the 4-4-2 Reading Challenge are:
 
Annan Athletic FC
Arbroath FC
Dundee FC
Dundee United FC
Forfar Athletic FC
Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC
Kilmarnock FC
Livingston FC
Motherwell FC
Peterhead FC
Raith Rovers FC
Ross County FC
St Johnstone FC
Stirling Albion FC
 
WHY IS READING SO IMPORTANT?
 
Reading and writing transform lives.
 
Reading and writing are the most important factors in reducing the attainment gap, improve mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and dementia, and influence people’s work, relationships and the economy.
 
Inequality and Literacy
 
Children from deprived backgrounds often do not go on to higher education and are likely to earn less over the course of their lives
 
By the age of three, children from the most prosperous households have heard 30 million more words spoken throughout their lifetime than children from impoverished households (Source: The Thirty Million Word Gap by Betty Hart And Todd R. Risley)
 
When they are five, the vocabulary of children from low-income households is typically more than a year behind those from high-income backgrounds (Source: Joseph Rowntree Foundation: Closing the Attainment Gap In Scottish Education Report)
 
More than 1 in 4 of Scotland’s children are living in poverty and the problem is getting worse (Child Poverty Action Group)
 
Helping children to develop a lifelong love of reading can reverse this situation, helping to break the cycle of poverty and improve their life chances.
 
Children who are read to every day by their parents and carers have been shown to be almost 12 months ahead of their age group by the time they start school.
 
Even reading to children two or three times a week can make a significant contribution to their development.
 
Mental Health Benefits
 
Scotland is facing a mental health and wellbeing crisis. One in three people suffer from mental illness each year, and the number of people with dementia is set to double in the next 25 years.
 
Reading and writing for pleasure has incredible benefits for mental health:
 
Just six minutes of reading can reduce stress by 68%
 
Reading is linked to preventing and slowing the onset of dementia.
 
Reading and creative writing improve empathy, communication and self-esteem and reduce anxiety and depression
 
Reading fiction can model ways of coping with alienation or problems at school, work or in relationships.
 
Reading creates a greater empathy with other sectors of society and with other cultures, which can help tackle social problems such as xenophobia, sectarianism and racism and create a more tolerant, civic-minded society.
 
For more information about how you or your child can be involved please visit http://spfltrust.org.uk/442reading/

Voting is now closed!

Thank you to all Lichties who have taken the time to vote for Goal of the Season, Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year.

Voting is now closed and votes are being counted!

We will bring you news later this week of when the award ceremony will take place.

Thank you again,

C’mon the Lichties!

East Fife 0 – 5 Arbroath – Match Highlights and Post Match Interviews by 36nilTV

Match Highlights

A happy Dick Campbell speaks to the press and 36NilTV after today’s win over East Fife

East Fife Manager Darren Young talks to the media and 36NilTV at his frustration on his side’s performance today and the injury and suspension problems facing his team.

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East Fife 0 – 5 Arbroath

East Fife 0 – 5 Arbroath

The Lichties ran riot in sunny Methil this afternoon as they put 5 past East Fife.

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell made only one change to last week’s side with Scott Martin replacing Blair Yule in midfield.

The game didn’t start off as a classic but Leighton McIntosh had the first chance for the Lichties but his shot was just wide in the 10th minute before Craig Thomson blazed over for East Fife after getting into a good position in the 22nd minute.

Arbroath took the lead in an usual style when a Michael McKenna cross from the wing evaded the East Fife defence with Gavin Swankie dummying a strike to fool home keeper Ben McKenzie and the ball rolling into the net in the 33rd minute.

The Lichties doubled their lead in the 39th minute when a surging run forward by Scott Martin set up Ryan Wallace who went past two defenders before curling the ball into the net.

East Fife won a free kick on the stroke of half time and David Hutton kept the Lichties well and truly in the match when he somehow flew across the goal and tipped over Chris Duggan’s deflected free kick.

Leighton McIntosh scored Arbroath’s 3rd goal 10 minutes into the second half when he showed great ability to stretch and lob McKenzie after he connected to a Gavin Swankie flick after Michael McKenna headed the ball into the box.

Colin Hamilton made it 4-0 with a thumping header at the back post when he latched on to a Ryan Wallace corner in the 60th minute.

Arbroath made a triple substitution with Bobby Linn, Blair Yule and Omar Kader coming on for Michael McKenna, Mark Whatley and Colin Hamilton who had picked up a yellow card.

East Fife’s Chris Kane was sent off in the 74th minute after picking up his second yellow card of the game after catching Bobby Linn.

Bobby saved the best goal for last as he cut in from the wing taking on the East Fife defence before curling the ball into the top right hand corner.

It was a fantastic Arbroath performance against an East Fife side who seemed low on confidence.

My personal Man of the Match would be Scott Martin and Gavin Swankie.

Both players controlled the midfield with Martin showing his hunger and desire chasing after loose balls in the 86th minute whilst 5-0 up and Swankie showing his experience all day long to play some clever balls and being in the right place at the right time when helping in defence.

Very cruel on the rest of the team as everyone played their part and the strikers all did very well this afternoon.

C’mon the Lichties!

March Lichties Bonus Ball Winner – Chris Graham

Our Lichties Bonus Ball Winner for March Chris Graham is pictured here being presented with his prize of £450 from Director Brian Cargill.

Chris and his Company, CNG Design are great supporters and sponsors of Arbroath FC and we are delighted that Chris won the Lichties Bonus Ball for the month of March!

CNG Design are located at 267 High Street Arbroath, or you can check out their website here;
http://www.cngdesign.co.uk/

We would also like to thank everyone who has bought a bonus ball for the month of April as we have sold out yet again!

The draw will be on April 28th where another Lucky Lichtie will win £450!

If you would like to buy a bonus ball for future months please get in touch with Brian Cargill on 07793-070168 or email briancargill50@gmail.com

Post Match Interview – Thomas O’Brien

Defender Thomas O’Brien spoke to the media and 36NilTV after Saturday’s match against Raith Rovers.

Please subscribe to 36NilTV Youtube Channel. If you already have a gmail account you also own a Youtube account. Simply hit subscribe for first notification of match highlights and match interviews.

Arbroath vs Raith Rovers – Men of the Match

Our sold out Hospitality once again voted for their man of the match and their vote was split, as both defender Colin Hamilton and goalscorer Leighton McIntosh both triumphed.

Avenue Care Services were our generous Match Sponsor once again and we are so very grateful for their continued support of our club and Mark Lawrie from their table came up to present Leighton with his award.

Nicola Robb from table Number 9 came up to present Colin Hamilton with his prize.

Congratulations to both Leighton and Colin and thank you again to Avenue Care Services.

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Arbroath vs Airdrieonians - Match Preview

Match Day 35 - Ladbrokes League One - Season 2017 / 2018

Saturday 21st April 2018, Gayfield Park, Arbroath, 3.00pm kick off.

Match Sponsor - Electro Guard

Match Ball Sponsor - Omega Well Intervention

The Lichties return to Gayfield for the last time this season as we play our penultimate league game of the season.

When you think back that Dick and Ian Campbell along with John Young took over at Gayfield on 8th March 2016. A time when the Lichties were clinging on for dear life at the bottom of League Two.

Almost 15 months to the day of his appointment Arbroath were crowned champions of League 2 in Dick’s first full season in a day at Stirling which we will never forget, now 11 months later we are currently sitting in 3rd place in League One vying with 3 full time teams and with one of the best squad’s assembled at Gayfield for many years.

To go into the final two games of the season with an excitement and buzz of (hopefully) being involved in the play-offs it is a good time to be a Lichtie.

If you haven’t been down to Gayfield this season, then please come down tomorrow and get behind the boys for our final push.

We welcome Steven Findlay’s Airdrieonians To Gayfield. We haven’t played the Diamonds since the 27th January when both sides failed to get on the scoresheet and we settled for a goal less draw.

Both away fixtures have been close encounters and the freak result at Gayfield when we hit 7 goals in a dramatic afternoon.

Airdrieonians are hopefully Scott Stewart will recover over a back injury which kept him out of action last weekend, and Josh Edwards and Sean McIntosh are also injury doubts whilst Luke Watt is suspended.

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell has a tough decision whether to stick with his side which thrashed East Fife last weekend 5-0 or give some of the players who have found themselves on the bench more game time.

A good headache to have!

Airdrieonians - Scottish League One Results

21 - Airdrieonians 0 - 0 Arbroath
22 - Forfar Athletic 0 - 1 Airdrieonians
23 - Raith Rovers 2 - 1 Airdrieonians
24 - Airdrieonians 2 - 1 Queen’s Park
25 - Ayr United 3 - 0 Airdrieonians
26 - East Fife 2 - 1 Airdrieonians
27 - Airdrieonians 2 - 1 Stranraer
28 - Alloa Athletic 2 - 2 Airdrieonians
29 - Airdrieonians 2 - 2 Alloa Athletic
30 - Airdrieonians 1 - 2 Ayr United
31 - Airdrieonians 1 - 2 Raith Rovers
32 - Queen’s Park 0 - 0 Airdrieonians
33 - Airdrieonians 1 - 2 Ayr United
34 - Airdrieonians 2 - 0 Albion Rovers

Arbroath vs Airdrieonians - Head to Head

Airdrieonians 0 - 0 Arbroath - 27th January - Scottish League 1 - 17/18

Arbroath 7 - 1 Airdrieonians - 21st October - Scottish League 1 - 17/18
Goals - Swankie 18, McCord 27 pen, 89, Denholm 34, 60, Linn 36, Hester 82 - Conroy 12 pen

Airdrieonians 1 - 1 Arbroath - 12th August - Scottish League 1 - 17/18
Goals - Ryan 50 - Kader 33

Suspensions;

Luke Watt is suspended for Airdrieonians.

Officials;

Referee - Barry Cook
Assistant Referee 1 - Joseph Lawson
Assistant Referee 2 - Richard Murray

Admission;

£14 for Adults
£8 for Concessions
£17 for the Adult and Child Gate.

Matchday Programme;

Tomorrow’s programme will be on sale just inside of Gayfield and is the 19th programme this new season and is priced at £2 with Thomas O’Brien and Colin Hamilton on the front cover.

We hope to see another fantastic support for our final home game of the season all cheering on the Lichties!

C'mon the Lichties!

Airdrieonians news - www.airdriefc.com/arbroathpreview-200418
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Arbroath vs Airdrieonians - Match Preview

Match Day 35 - Ladbrokes League One - Season 2017 / 2018

Saturday 21st April 2018, Gayfield Park, Arbroath, 3.00pm kick off.

Match Sponsor - Electro Guard

Match Ball Sponsor - Omega Well Intervention

The Lichties return to Gayfield for the last time this season as we play our penultimate league game of the season.

When you think back that Dick and Ian Campbell along with John Young took over at Gayfield on 8th March 2016.  A time when the Lichties were clinging on for dear life at the bottom of League Two.   

Almost 15 months to the day of his appointment Arbroath were crowned champions of League 2 in Dick’s first full season in a day at Stirling which we will never forget, now 11 months later we are currently sitting in 3rd place in League One vying with 3 full time teams and with one of the best squad’s assembled at Gayfield for many years.

To go into the final two games of the season with an excitement and buzz of (hopefully) being involved in the play-offs it is a good time to be a Lichtie.

If you haven’t been down to Gayfield this season, then please come down tomorrow and get behind the boys for our final push.

We welcome Steven Findlay’s Airdrieonians To Gayfield.  We haven’t played the Diamonds  since the 27th January when both sides failed to get on the scoresheet and we settled for a goal less draw.

Both away fixtures have been close encounters and the freak result at Gayfield when we hit 7 goals in a dramatic afternoon.

Airdrieonians are hopefully Scott Stewart will recover over a back injury which kept him out of action last weekend, and Josh Edwards and Sean McIntosh are also injury doubts whilst Luke Watt is suspended. 

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell has a tough decision whether to stick with his side which thrashed East Fife last weekend 5-0 or give some of the players who have found themselves on the bench more game time.

A good headache to have!

Airdrieonians - Scottish League One Results 

21 - Airdrieonians 0 - 0 Arbroath
22 - Forfar Athletic 0 - 1 Airdrieonians
23 - Raith Rovers 2 - 1 Airdrieonians
24 - Airdrieonians 2 - 1 Queen’s Park
25 - Ayr United 3 - 0 Airdrieonians
26 - East Fife 2 - 1 Airdrieonians
27 - Airdrieonians 2 - 1 Stranraer
28 - Alloa Athletic 2 - 2 Airdrieonians
29 - Airdrieonians 2 - 2 Alloa Athletic 
30 - Airdrieonians 1 - 2 Ayr United
31 - Airdrieonians 1 - 2 Raith Rovers 
32 - Queen’s Park 0 - 0 Airdrieonians
33 - Airdrieonians 1 - 2 Ayr United
34 - Airdrieonians 2 - 0 Albion Rovers

Arbroath vs Airdrieonians - Head to Head

Airdrieonians 0 - 0 Arbroath - 27th January - Scottish League 1 - 17/18

Arbroath 7 - 1 Airdrieonians - 21st October - Scottish League 1 - 17/18
Goals - Swankie 18, McCord 27 pen, 89, Denholm 34, 60, Linn 36, Hester 82 - Conroy 12 pen

Airdrieonians 1 - 1 Arbroath - 12th August - Scottish League 1 - 17/18
Goals - Ryan 50 - Kader 33

Suspensions;

Luke Watt is suspended for Airdrieonians.

Officials;

Referee - Barry Cook
Assistant Referee 1 - Joseph Lawson
Assistant Referee 2 - Richard Murray

Admission; 

£14 for Adults
£8 for Concessions
£17 for the Adult and Child Gate.

Matchday Programme;

Tomorrow’s programme will be on sale just inside of Gayfield and is the 19th programme this new season and is priced at £2 with Thomas O’Brien and Colin Hamilton on the front cover.

We hope to see another fantastic support for our final home game of the season all cheering on the Lichties!  

Cmon the Lichties!

Airdrieonians news - https://www.airdriefc.com/arbroathpreview-200418

Looking forward to this as my youngest grandson Scott McVicar is going to be a mascot.

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Matchday Programme – Number 19 – Thomas O'Brien and Colin Hamilton

On Saturday we have our 19th and final League matchday programme of the season featuring Thomas O'Brien and Colin Hamilton as they celebrated Colin's goal to make it 4-0 to the Lichties last weekend.

We have had another season of excellent programmes and we wouldn't be able to do this without Andy Poole and JJ Sports Promotions.

The football programme is an integral part of the football match day experience and we are delighted we can still bring a programme to your Saturday.

Our programmes are another way that the club can raise funds through advertising and from sales.

We appreciate every copy that is sold and hope that you will continue to back our matchday programme.

If you have any features you would like to see, or any stories, photographs, announcements or other famous Arbroath exploits for next season please contact Programme Editor Andrew at – andyppoole@aol.com

Remember to pick up a copy for £2 when you come through the turnstyles!

C’mon the Lichties!
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Matchday Programme – Number 19 – Thomas OBrien and Colin Hamilton

On Saturday we have our 19th and final League matchday programme of the season featuring Thomas OBrien and Colin Hamilton as they celebrated Colins goal to make it 4-0 to the Lichties last weekend.

We have had another season of excellent programmes and we wouldnt be able to do this without Andy Poole and JJ Sports Promotions.   

The football programme is an integral part of the football match day experience and we are delighted we can still bring a programme to your Saturday.

Our programmes are another way that the club can raise funds through advertising and from sales. 

We appreciate every copy that is sold and hope that you will continue to back our matchday programme.

If you have any features you would like to see, or any stories, photographs, announcements or other famous Arbroath exploits for next season please contact Programme Editor Andrew at – andyppoole@aol.com

Remember to pick up a copy for £2 when you come through the turnstyles! 

C’mon the Lichties!

Brilliant pic 🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻 them 2 at the back have been awesome this year, Rio and vidic eat your heart out 👌 Colin Hamilton

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Scott Martin – SPFL Team of the Week

Congratulations once again to Scott Martin who has again been named in the SPFL Team of the week for his performance against East Fife.  Not only has Scott been named in the SPFL Team of the week but his Hibernian Development side have won the Development League!

MC – Scott Martin (Arbroath)

Once again the on-loan Hibs midfielder dominated the centre of the park as Arbroath surged to victory, beating East Fife 5-0 away from home. The Red Lichties have all but secured their place in the play-offs thanks to a much superior goal difference over fifth-place Stranraer.

Read more at https://spfl.co.uk/ne…/article/spfl-team-of-the-week-81-23/…

A new week, a new book?

The season is drawing to an end but there is still a chance for all Lichties under 12 to claim a free ticket to Gayfield!

All you need to do is pop down to the the Arbroath or Forfar Library or even catch the ANGUSalive’s mobile Library and pick up a reading “Challenge Card” and simply check out and read 4 books.  Each book read will be marked with a stamp on the “Challenge Card” and once the young Lichtie has read four books, they will receive a FREE match ticket, while an accompanying adult will be able to purchase a discounted ticket.  Children can take part as many times as they like!

This is a pioneering pilot scheme to get more young children to take up reading which has been drawn up by the SPFL Trust and Scottish Book Trust.

Both Arbroath FC and Forfar Athletic have received great support from ANGUSalive The SPFL Trust, Angus Council and the Scottish Book Trust in pulling this programme together.
 
SPFL Chief Executive Neil Doncaster comments: “The 4-4-2 Reading Challenge is another excellent initiative from the SPFL Trust and Scottish Book Trust that the SPFL is delighted to support. Learning to read is a cornerstone of every child’s upbringing and hopefully the reward of getting to a football match will encourage many of them to take up the challenge.”
 
Clubs participating in the 4-4-2 Reading Challenge are:
 
Annan Athletic FC
Arbroath FC
Dundee FC
Dundee United FC
Forfar Athletic FC
Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC
Kilmarnock FC
Livingston FC
Motherwell FC
Peterhead FC
Raith Rovers FC
Ross County FC
St Johnstone FC
Stirling Albion FC
 
WHY IS READING SO IMPORTANT?
 
Reading and writing transform lives.
 
Reading and writing are the most important factors in reducing the attainment gap, improve mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and dementia, and influence people’s work, relationships and the economy.
 
Inequality and Literacy
 
Children from deprived backgrounds often do not go on to higher education and are likely to earn less over the course of their lives
 
By the age of three, children from the most prosperous households have heard 30 million more words spoken throughout their lifetime than children from impoverished households (Source: The Thirty Million Word Gap by Betty Hart And Todd R. Risley)
 
When they are five, the vocabulary of children from low-income households is typically more than a year behind those from high-income backgrounds (Source: Joseph Rowntree Foundation: Closing the Attainment Gap In Scottish Education Report)
 
More than 1 in 4 of Scotland’s children are living in poverty and the problem is getting worse (Child Poverty Action Group)
 
Helping children to develop a lifelong love of reading can reverse this situation, helping to break the cycle of poverty and improve their life chances.
 
Children who are read to every day by their parents and carers have been shown to be almost 12 months ahead of their age group by the time they start school.
 
Even reading to children two or three times a week can make a significant contribution to their development.
 
Mental Health Benefits
 
Scotland is facing a mental health and wellbeing crisis. One in three people suffer from mental illness each year, and the number of people with dementia is set to double in the next 25 years.
 
Reading and writing for pleasure has incredible benefits for mental health:
 
Just six minutes of reading can reduce stress by 68%
 
Reading is linked to preventing and slowing the onset of dementia.
 
Reading and creative writing improve empathy, communication and self-esteem and reduce anxiety and depression
 
Reading fiction can model ways of coping with alienation or problems at school, work or in relationships.
 
Reading creates a greater empathy with other sectors of society and with other cultures, which can help tackle social problems such as xenophobia, sectarianism and racism and create a more tolerant, civic-minded society.
 
For more information about how you or your child can be involved please visit http://spfltrust.org.uk/442reading/

Voting is now closed!

Thank you to all Lichties who have taken the time to vote for Goal of the Season, Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year.

Voting is now closed and votes are being counted!

We will bring you news later this week of when the award ceremony will take place.

Thank you again,

C’mon the Lichties!

East Fife 0 – 5 Arbroath – Match Highlights and Post Match Interviews by 36nilTV

Match Highlights

A happy Dick Campbell speaks to the press and 36NilTV after today’s win over East Fife

East Fife Manager Darren Young talks to the media and 36NilTV at his frustration on his side’s performance today and the injury and suspension problems facing his team.

Please remember to follow 36NilTV on Twitter @36NilTV and Instagram @36nilTV and subscribe to the 36NilTV YouTube Channel for first notification of match highlights and match interviews.

East Fife 0 – 5 Arbroath

East Fife 0 – 5 Arbroath

The Lichties ran riot in sunny Methil this afternoon as they put 5 past East Fife.

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell made only one change to last week’s side with Scott Martin replacing Blair Yule in midfield.

The game didn’t start off as a classic but Leighton McIntosh had the first chance for the Lichties but his shot was just wide in the 10th minute before Craig Thomson blazed over for East Fife after getting into a good position in the 22nd minute.

Arbroath took the lead in an usual style when a Michael McKenna cross from the wing evaded the East Fife defence with Gavin Swankie dummying a strike to fool home keeper Ben McKenzie and the ball rolling into the net in the 33rd minute.

The Lichties doubled their lead in the 39th minute when a surging run forward by Scott Martin set up Ryan Wallace who went past two defenders before curling the ball into the net.

East Fife won a free kick on the stroke of half time and David Hutton kept the Lichties well and truly in the match when he somehow flew across the goal and tipped over Chris Duggan’s deflected free kick.

Leighton McIntosh scored Arbroath’s 3rd goal 10 minutes into the second half when he showed great ability to stretch and lob McKenzie after he connected to a Gavin Swankie flick after Michael McKenna headed the ball into the box.

Colin Hamilton made it 4-0 with a thumping header at the back post when he latched on to a Ryan Wallace corner in the 60th minute.

Arbroath made a triple substitution with Bobby Linn, Blair Yule and Omar Kader coming on for Michael McKenna, Mark Whatley and Colin Hamilton who had picked up a yellow card.

East Fife’s Chris Kane was sent off in the 74th minute after picking up his second yellow card of the game after catching Bobby Linn.

Bobby saved the best goal for last as he cut in from the wing taking on the East Fife defence before curling the ball into the top right hand corner.

It was a fantastic Arbroath performance against an East Fife side who seemed low on confidence.

My personal Man of the Match would be Scott Martin and Gavin Swankie.

Both players controlled the midfield with Martin showing his hunger and desire chasing after loose balls in the 86th minute whilst 5-0 up and Swankie showing his experience all day long to play some clever balls and being in the right place at the right time when helping in defence.

Very cruel on the rest of the team as everyone played their part and the strikers all did very well this afternoon.

C’mon the Lichties!

March Lichties Bonus Ball Winner – Chris Graham

Our Lichties Bonus Ball Winner for March Chris Graham is pictured here being presented with his prize of £450 from Director Brian Cargill.

Chris and his Company, CNG Design are great supporters and sponsors of Arbroath FC and we are delighted that Chris won the Lichties Bonus Ball for the month of March!

CNG Design are located at 267 High Street Arbroath, or you can check out their website here;
http://www.cngdesign.co.uk/

We would also like to thank everyone who has bought a bonus ball for the month of April as we have sold out yet again!

The draw will be on April 28th where another Lucky Lichtie will win £450!

If you would like to buy a bonus ball for future months please get in touch with Brian Cargill on 07793-070168 or email briancargill50@gmail.com

To purchase Club Merchandise, please call the Club on 01241-872157 or email to arbroathfc@outlook.com

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