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30 Sep 2017 - 15:00Gayfield Park, Arbroath

Stranraer 2 – 6 Arbroath – 36NilTV Coverage

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Match Highlights

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell

Stranraer Manager Stevie Farrell

 

Stranraer 2 – 6 Arbroath

SPFL League 1 - Game - 07 - Stranraer 2 - 6 Arbroath

An incredible afternoon in Stranraer as the Lichties ran riot scoring 6 times! Thomas O’Brien opened the scoring with a long range header as he took advantage of a poor punch clear from keeper Cameron Belford before Danny Denholm scored his first goal of the game after being fed in by Bobby Linn.

Ryan Thomson pulled one back for the home side as he snuck in between the Arbroath defence.  Omar Kader looked to have added a third for the Lichties but his effort was ruled offside however  Ryan McCord netted his first goal of the game seconds after Stranraer had hit both Arbroath’s posts.

Danny Denholm scored the goal of the game as he cut in from the wing before smashing the ball high into the net in the 41st minute to make it 4-1 at half time.

Ryan McCord took only a few minutes to net his second from a tight angle at the start of the second half.

Scott Agnew pulled one back for the Blues but Ryan McCord netted his hat trick from the penalty spot after Colin Hamilton was bundled over.

In truth the Lichties could have scored another 4 in a brilliant performance making it 19 away league games undefeated.

A special thank you to the small group of supporters who made the long trip south!

C’mon the Lichties!!!

Arbroath

1 – David Hutton

2 – Jamie Henry

3 – David Gold

4 – Colin Hamilton

5 – Thomas O’Brien

6 – Mark Whatley (c) 

7 – Omar Kader (Fraser 74)

8 – Blair Yule

9 – Ryan McCord (Swankie 72)

10 – Danny Denholm

11 – Bobby Linn (Hester 84)

Substitutes

12 – Kane Hester – 11; 84th

14 – Ricky Little

15 – Gavin Swankie – 9; 72nd

16 – Gary Fraser – 7; 74th

17 – Bryan Prunty

21 – Rab Douglas GK (T)

Goals – O’Brien 16, Denholm 18, 41, McCord 33, 49, 68 pen

Attendance – 360

Referee – Grant Irvine

Assistant Referee 1 – Willie Conquer

Assistant Referee 2 – Ross MacLeod

Hall of Fame Inductees

Stevie Flo

Hall of Fame Inductees

We spent a wonderful evening at Gayfield this evening in a packed Marquee to induct another 3 Arbroath Hall of Famers and to celebrate our Championship win.

Sheriff Lindsay Wood was our Compère for the evening and he took to the stage to kick off the evening. A delicious 3 course meal was served before special guest Peter Brown took to the stage and had the crowd in stitches.

We then came to the main event and inducted three more Lichtie Legends into the Hall of Fame.

John Petrie – On 12th September 1885, shoe maker, John Petrie scored 13 goals as Arbroath thrashed Aberdeen’s Bon Accord 36-0 in a Scottish Cup Tie. Petrie’s tally was an individual world goal scoring record for one game while Arbroath’s win was all the biggest recorded in a senior Football match.

Apart from one season, 1891 / 1892 when he played for Distillery in Lisburn, Petrie was involved with Arbroath FC as a player, trainer and kit man for 35 years from 1885 until retiring in 1920 when a benefit match was held on his behalf against Forfar.

Eric Sellars – Eric joined Arbroath from Carnoustie Panmure in 1965 and remained with the Lichties until 1976 when he moved to St Johnstone before ending his career at Brechin City. He played under just one manager, the legendary Bert Henderson. Sellars made 350 appearances for Arbroath scoring 95 goals.

He was also a member of the team which famously defeated Rangers 3-2 at Ibrox in the season 1973 / 1974. During the time with the LIchties he was a key member of two promotion-winning sides in 1967/68 and 1972/1973. Eric’s son, Barry made 185 appearances scoring 42 goals for the Lichties during two spells between 1997 and 2010.

Although Eric couldn’t be there tonight, there was a brilliant interview shot recently at Gayfield which was played out tonight and will hopefully be online soon.

Stevie Florence – At 13 years of age, Stevie Florence was told that he would never walk again after being badly injured in a farm accident. However, the Arbroath teenager showed tremendous courage and resilience to bounce back, going on to make 372 league and cup appearances for his home town club and during an amazing 18-year-spell at Gayfield.

He was part of the team which won promotion from Division 3 to Division 2 in season 1997/998 and was in the side which went up from Divison 2 to Division 1 in 2000/2001

Stevie is still heavily involved in football and has been a key player for the Arbroath Vics and will be involved again soon as he recovers from injury.

3 worthy winners to the Arbroath Hall of Fame!

There was an auction in between the inductee’s which raised a lot of money before Carnoustie Comedian Paul Reid had everyone in fits of laughter with his amazing football impressions.

There will be a full round up tomorrow with photographs from the night.

We would like to thank everyone for attending and hope everyone makes it home safe!

C’mon the Lichties!

Kane Hester and Thomas O’Brien Interviews

Arbroath Players Kane Hester and Thomas O’Brien spoke to the 36nilTV after Saturday’s 5-0 win over Forfar Athletic.

Remember to subscribe to our 36nilTV YouTube Channel and also follow them on Twitter and Instagram @36nilTV

Mental Health App

Suicide Help

Mental Health

At Station Park on Saturday there was a support group launching a new app for those who are suffering or affected with mental health.

This App is produced for Angus CouncilDundee City Council and Perth & Kinross Council

It provides helpful info for those affected in any way by suicide, extensive contact details for services in Tayside as well as providing users with the ability to create their own safety plan.

Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45 which is a staggering and very sad fact. Men in particular suffer from the
stigma about talking about your feelings and opening up to anyone.

More and more famous sports men and women are now speaking out so that their own situations they have lived through can hopefully show to everyone else it is okay to talk about it.

Mental Health can slip under the radar as you can never truly tell how a person is feeling so it is so important that if you ever do need someone to talk to then you should reach out.

The website for the Suicide? Help! can be found here,

http://suicidehelp.co.uk

and if you would like to download the app you can find it here –

http://suicidehelp.co.uk/gettheapp.html

Remember there is always someone there to listen and to talk too.

Matchday Mascot Package

Mascot Package

We are currently seeking young mascots for 13 of our remaining 15 league games.

It is a memorable day for any youngster!

The Matchday Mascot Package includes:

  • Arrive on Matchday at 2pm to meet the players and management
  • Enjoy a guided tour of the stadium, including a visit to the Boardroom to see the trophies
  • Receive a full replica home kit, complimentary Matchday Programme and Team Sheet
  • Lead the team onto the pitch at the start of the match
  • Watch the match from reserved seats (One Child and One Adult Ticket Included)
  • Receive a photograph with the Club Captain and Match Officials

Please note that the Children MUST be accompanied by an adult.

This is a great day out for any Lichtie and a perfect Christmas or Birthday present.

Cost – £65 + VAT

For more information please contact Arbroath FC on arbroathfc@outlook.com or call the Gayfield office on 01241 872157 or phone Julie Harper on 07864-195158

Forfar Athletic 0 – 5 Arbroath

McCord

Forfar Athletic 0 – 5 Arbroath – These are from our YouTube Channel 36nilTV – Please remember to subscribe

Arbroath Manager – Dick Campbell – These are from our YouTube Channel 36nilTV – Please remember to subscribe

Arbroath thumped Angus rivals Forfar Athletic 5-0 today at Station Park which moves them up to joint 2nd in the league.

Not only did the Lichties secure the 3 points but it now means we have went an incredible 18 games undefeated away from home in the league.

In a match that the Lichties dominated it took some great saves from former Lichtie Marc McCallum in the Forfar goal to keep out the Arbroath attack, in particular Danny Denholm who was denied twice by McCallum.

The Lichties were awarded a penalty just before half time when Simon Mensing took out Thomas O’Brien and Ryan McCord stepped up to give take the lead into half time.

Minutes into the second half and a Colin Hamilton header was palmed away from goal by McCallum which allowed Thomas O’Brien to smash a back post volley past McCallum to give the Lichties the lead.

It felt like Christmas at times as the Forfar defence started to make mistake after mistake and Ryan McCord took full advantage to slot the ball past McCallum in the 67th minute.

Only 2 minutes later and the Forfar defence had McCallum to thank as he pulled of a stunning save as Omar Kader was gifted the ball at the back post.

Substitute Kane Jay Hester was only on the pitch less than 60 seconds before he added a 4th, and then Hester was again involved as won a penalty in the 90th minute as he outpaced Mensing who sent him tumbling.

Bobby Linn stepped up and hit a shot down the middle to give the Lichties a fantastic away win which left the large traveling support very happy!

Arbroath

1 – David Hutton
2 – Jamie Henry
3 – David Gold
4 – Colin Hamilton
5 – Thomas O’Brien
6 – Mark Whatley (c) (Little 84)
7 – Omar Kader (Hester 79)
8 – Blair Yule
9 – Ryan McCord (Fraser 78)
10 – Danny Denholm
11 – Bobby Linn

Substitutes

12 – Kane Hester – 7; 79th
14 – Ricky Little – 6; 84th
15 – Gary Fraser – 9; 78th
16 – Bryan Prunty
21 – Ricky Gomes (GK)

Goals – McCord 42, pen 67, O’Brien 52, Hester 80, Linn pen 90

Yellow Card – Yule 78, Hester 81

Attendance – 968

C’mon the Lichties!

Latest News

Arbroath Football Club - Official added an event.

We return to Gayfield after two amazing wins on the road which has seen rise to joint 2nd in Ladbrokes League One.

We are looking to match our amazing away form into our home form at Gayfield. We have a great team on and off the pitch right now and we are seeking a large home support on Saturday to cheer on the team from the 1st minute onwards.

C'mon the Lichties!

Admission Prices;
£14 Adults
£8 Concessions
£17 Adult & Child Gate

C'mon the Lichties
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2017 Arbroath FC Hall of Fame.

This is the second video segment from Friday night's event at Gayfield. In this video we have an interview with Arbroath Assistant Manager Ian Campbell talking about Last Season and This season.
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Arbroath's Assistant Manager Ian Campbell was Interviewed by Lindsay Wood on Winning the championship last season and the season so far

Nicky Duncan

We received his letter from Nicky Duncan from Broughty Ferry and it's very inspiring and worth a share in the hope that maybe someone out there can maybe help Nicky.

Nicky's passion for football and determination proves that anything is possible and it would fantastic if he can upgrade to the 'Strike Force.'

My name is Nicky Duncan, I am 19 years old from Broughty Ferry, Dundee. I have spent my whole life loving football and have also spent it living with Spastic Quadroplegic Cerebral Palsy and Profound Deafness.

I spent until I was 13, not doing very much with myself, I was confined to staying in my bedroom a lot and just playing video games.

However, In 2013, Tayside Dynamos Powerchair Football Team was established and I was over the moon to start playing for them, it has given me a new lease of life and something to look forward to, it has given me confidence I never had, it has made me believe I can make something of myself and opened up new opportunities and given me friends for life.

Since their beginning, Tayside Dynamos have quickly become one of Scotland's most successful powerchair football teams and are the current winners of the SPFA Scottish Cup, the SPFA League Cup and the SPFA Powerchair Football League Championship. I, personally, also hold the record for Tayside Dynamos Top Goalscorer.

I have gone from strength to strength over the last 4 years and recently been selected for the Powerchair Football Scotland Squad and looking forward, with sheer hard work and determination, I have dreams and aspirations to make it to the 2024 Paralympic Games.

In order for me to achieve this, I have to upgrade my present Powerchair to a 'Strike Force' which was used in the 2017 Powerchair World Cup, this will be self funded and myself, my family and many friends and supporters will be fundraising to raise the £7500 needed to do so.

We intend to organise a Sportsmans Lunch and also a Silent Auction and the reason for my writing to you today is to gather support for an amazing cause but also to ask if you may help out in any way by means of donating a prize in order for us to raffle or auction.

Any donation would be very much appreciated, not only by myself, but everyone involved in making my dream come true. We will gladly pick up your donation, or it can be mailed to Nicky Duncan, 51 Wyvis Road, Barnhill, Dundee, DD5 3SU.

Or, for any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me on (01382) 730289.

In saying this, I thank you for your valuable time reading this and hope that you will look favourably upon my request.

Many, many thanks in advance.

Nicky Duncan"
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Nicky Duncan

We received his letter from Nicky Duncan from Broughty Ferry and its very inspiring and worth a share in the hope that maybe someone out there can maybe help Nicky.

Nickys passion for football and determination proves that anything is possible and it would fantastic if he can upgrade to the Strike Force.

My name is Nicky Duncan, I am 19 years old from Broughty Ferry, Dundee. I have spent my whole life loving football and have also spent it living with Spastic Quadroplegic Cerebral Palsy and Profound Deafness. 

I spent until I was 13, not doing very much with myself, I was confined to staying in my bedroom a lot and just playing video games. 

However, In 2013, Tayside Dynamos Powerchair Football Team was established and I was over the moon to start playing for them, it has given me a new lease of life and something to look forward to, it has given me confidence I never had, it has made me believe I can make something of myself and opened up new opportunities and given me friends for life. 

Since their beginning, Tayside Dynamos have quickly become one of Scotlands most successful powerchair football teams and are the current winners of the SPFA Scottish Cup, the SPFA League Cup and the SPFA Powerchair Football League Championship. I, personally, also hold the record for Tayside Dynamos Top Goalscorer. 

I have gone from strength to strength over the last 4 years and recently been selected for the Powerchair Football Scotland Squad and looking forward, with sheer hard work and determination, I have dreams and aspirations to make it to the 2024 Paralympic Games. 

In order for me to achieve this, I have to upgrade my present Powerchair to a Strike Force which was used in the 2017 Powerchair World Cup, this will be self funded and myself, my family and many friends and supporters will be fundraising to raise the £7500 needed to do so. 

We intend to organise a Sportsmans Lunch and also a Silent Auction and the reason for my writing to you today is to gather support for an amazing cause but also to ask if you may help out in any way by means of donating a prize in order for us to raffle or auction. 

Any donation would be very much appreciated, not only by myself, but everyone involved in making my dream come true. We will gladly pick up your donation, or it can be mailed to Nicky Duncan, 51 Wyvis Road, Barnhill, Dundee, DD5 3SU. 

Or, for any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me on (01382) 730289. 

In saying this, I thank you for your valuable time reading this and hope that you will look favourably upon my request.
 
Many, many thanks in advance.

Nicky Duncan

Stranraer 2 – 6 Arbroath – 36NilTV Coverage

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

Match Highlights

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell

Stranraer Manager Stevie Farrell

 

Stranraer 2 – 6 Arbroath

SPFL League 1 - Game - 07 - Stranraer 2 - 6 Arbroath

An incredible afternoon in Stranraer as the Lichties ran riot scoring 6 times! Thomas O’Brien opened the scoring with a long range header as he took advantage of a poor punch clear from keeper Cameron Belford before Danny Denholm scored his first goal of the game after being fed in by Bobby Linn.

Ryan Thomson pulled one back for the home side as he snuck in between the Arbroath defence.  Omar Kader looked to have added a third for the Lichties but his effort was ruled offside however  Ryan McCord netted his first goal of the game seconds after Stranraer had hit both Arbroath’s posts.

Danny Denholm scored the goal of the game as he cut in from the wing before smashing the ball high into the net in the 41st minute to make it 4-1 at half time.

Ryan McCord took only a few minutes to net his second from a tight angle at the start of the second half.

Scott Agnew pulled one back for the Blues but Ryan McCord netted his hat trick from the penalty spot after Colin Hamilton was bundled over.

In truth the Lichties could have scored another 4 in a brilliant performance making it 19 away league games undefeated.

A special thank you to the small group of supporters who made the long trip south!

C’mon the Lichties!!!

Arbroath

1 – David Hutton

2 – Jamie Henry

3 – David Gold

4 – Colin Hamilton

5 – Thomas O’Brien

6 – Mark Whatley (c) 

7 – Omar Kader (Fraser 74)

8 – Blair Yule

9 – Ryan McCord (Swankie 72)

10 – Danny Denholm

11 – Bobby Linn (Hester 84)

Substitutes

12 – Kane Hester – 11; 84th

14 – Ricky Little

15 – Gavin Swankie – 9; 72nd

16 – Gary Fraser – 7; 74th

17 – Bryan Prunty

21 – Rab Douglas GK (T)

Goals – O’Brien 16, Denholm 18, 41, McCord 33, 49, 68 pen

Attendance – 360

Referee – Grant Irvine

Assistant Referee 1 – Willie Conquer

Assistant Referee 2 – Ross MacLeod

Hall of Fame Inductees

Stevie Flo

Hall of Fame Inductees

We spent a wonderful evening at Gayfield this evening in a packed Marquee to induct another 3 Arbroath Hall of Famers and to celebrate our Championship win.

Sheriff Lindsay Wood was our Compère for the evening and he took to the stage to kick off the evening. A delicious 3 course meal was served before special guest Peter Brown took to the stage and had the crowd in stitches.

We then came to the main event and inducted three more Lichtie Legends into the Hall of Fame.

John Petrie – On 12th September 1885, shoe maker, John Petrie scored 13 goals as Arbroath thrashed Aberdeen’s Bon Accord 36-0 in a Scottish Cup Tie. Petrie’s tally was an individual world goal scoring record for one game while Arbroath’s win was all the biggest recorded in a senior Football match.

Apart from one season, 1891 / 1892 when he played for Distillery in Lisburn, Petrie was involved with Arbroath FC as a player, trainer and kit man for 35 years from 1885 until retiring in 1920 when a benefit match was held on his behalf against Forfar.

Eric Sellars – Eric joined Arbroath from Carnoustie Panmure in 1965 and remained with the Lichties until 1976 when he moved to St Johnstone before ending his career at Brechin City. He played under just one manager, the legendary Bert Henderson. Sellars made 350 appearances for Arbroath scoring 95 goals.

He was also a member of the team which famously defeated Rangers 3-2 at Ibrox in the season 1973 / 1974. During the time with the LIchties he was a key member of two promotion-winning sides in 1967/68 and 1972/1973. Eric’s son, Barry made 185 appearances scoring 42 goals for the Lichties during two spells between 1997 and 2010.

Although Eric couldn’t be there tonight, there was a brilliant interview shot recently at Gayfield which was played out tonight and will hopefully be online soon.

Stevie Florence – At 13 years of age, Stevie Florence was told that he would never walk again after being badly injured in a farm accident. However, the Arbroath teenager showed tremendous courage and resilience to bounce back, going on to make 372 league and cup appearances for his home town club and during an amazing 18-year-spell at Gayfield.

He was part of the team which won promotion from Division 3 to Division 2 in season 1997/998 and was in the side which went up from Divison 2 to Division 1 in 2000/2001

Stevie is still heavily involved in football and has been a key player for the Arbroath Vics and will be involved again soon as he recovers from injury.

3 worthy winners to the Arbroath Hall of Fame!

There was an auction in between the inductee’s which raised a lot of money before Carnoustie Comedian Paul Reid had everyone in fits of laughter with his amazing football impressions.

There will be a full round up tomorrow with photographs from the night.

We would like to thank everyone for attending and hope everyone makes it home safe!

C’mon the Lichties!

Kane Hester and Thomas O’Brien Interviews

Arbroath Players Kane Hester and Thomas O’Brien spoke to the 36nilTV after Saturday’s 5-0 win over Forfar Athletic.

Remember to subscribe to our 36nilTV YouTube Channel and also follow them on Twitter and Instagram @36nilTV

Mental Health App

Suicide Help

Mental Health

At Station Park on Saturday there was a support group launching a new app for those who are suffering or affected with mental health.

This App is produced for Angus CouncilDundee City Council and Perth & Kinross Council

It provides helpful info for those affected in any way by suicide, extensive contact details for services in Tayside as well as providing users with the ability to create their own safety plan.

Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45 which is a staggering and very sad fact. Men in particular suffer from the
stigma about talking about your feelings and opening up to anyone.

More and more famous sports men and women are now speaking out so that their own situations they have lived through can hopefully show to everyone else it is okay to talk about it.

Mental Health can slip under the radar as you can never truly tell how a person is feeling so it is so important that if you ever do need someone to talk to then you should reach out.

The website for the Suicide? Help! can be found here,

http://suicidehelp.co.uk

and if you would like to download the app you can find it here –

http://suicidehelp.co.uk/gettheapp.html

Remember there is always someone there to listen and to talk too.

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