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28 Apr 2018 - 15:00Hampden Park, Glasgow

Player of the Year – Thomas O’Brien

Thank you again to all the Lichties who took the time to vote for their player of the Year.

The winner this year and your Arbroath Player of the Year 2017 / 2018 was defender Thomas O’Brien who has capped off a tremendous debut season at Gayfield.

Thomas is presented his trophy by Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird.

Last season we launched this new award ceremony thanks to a new sponsorship deal with successful local businessman Craig Murray and his company – Angus Trophy Centre of Carnoustie.

The club would like to thank Craig and Angus Trophy Centre for his kind donation and for his continued support of the club.

This season we would also like to thank Delights Deli Sandwich Bar & Deli of 19 Guthrie Port Arbroath

Last but certainly not least, is Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker who has also come on board as a sponsor in his continued support of the club.

Young Player of the Year – Scott Martin

Thank you again to all the Lichties who took the time to vote for their young player of the Year.

The winner was Scott Martin who has consistently been a star performer in midfield since arriving on loan from Hibernian Football Club

Again event sponsor and Lichtie Gavin Walker presented Scott with his Trophy.

Unfortunately Craig Murray of Angus Trophy Centre of Carnoustie who is the main sponsor of the Award Ceremony couldn’t make it, but again we extend our thanks to him.

This season we would also like to thank Delights Deli Sandwich Bar & Deli of 19 Guthrie Port Arbroath and Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker for also sponsoring our event.

Goal of the Season – Danny Denholm

Danny Denholm is pictured with Arbroath supporter and sponsor Gavin Walker who presented Danny with his award.

Thank you to everyone who voted for the Arbroath 2017 – 2018 Goal of the season.

Danny Denholm’s super strike against Stranraer came first, followed by Kane Hester’s strike against Airdrieonians in 2nd and Ryan McCord’s goal in the same game in 3rd.

1st – Goal C – Danny Denholm – Stranraer 2 – 6 Arbroath – Saturday 23rd September 2017

2nd – Goal D – Kane Hester – Arbroath 7 – 1 Airdrieonians – 21st October 2017

3rd – Goal E – Ryan McCord – Arbroath 7 – 1 Airdrieonians – 21st October 2017

Thanks to everyone who voted and special thanks to Neil from 36NilTV for capturing every goal, putting the montage together and taking care of the voting and results!

We would again like to thank Craig from Angus Trophy Centre in Carnoustie, Delights Deli Sandwich Bar & Deli of 19 Guthrie Port Arbroath and Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker for also sponsoring our event.

The Geordie Baird Trophy

A new trophy has been donated to Arbroath Football Club, courtesy of the family of the late Geordie Baird, who sadly died earlier this year.

Geordie died suddenly, aged 83, and was a life-long “Lichties” supporter, who valued his Saturday afternoons, at Gayfield with his football pals.

The trophy will be awarded annually to the Management Team’s “Player of the Year” and this year it was won by Thomas O’Brien who was handed the trophy before kick off on Saturday by Geordie’s son, George together with Wife Linda and their son Reece.

Arbroath FC is recognised as a real community club, which means more than just being a football team in the “Toon o’ Arbroath.”

As a mark of respect, and an acknowledgement of Geordie’s loyalty to the Club, the flag at the Club was flown at half – mast at the next home game on the Saturday, and again on the following Tuesday, as the cortege took Geordie past his beloved Gayfield for the very last time on his way to Arbirlot kirkyard. As a mark of respect the cortege slowed as it passed Gayfield.

Geordie’s son George, wife Linda, and their son Reece, decided that they wanted to acknowledge and commemorate the link between Geordie and the Club, and have donated an impressive silver Quaich to the Club, to recognise the enjoyment Geordie gained from being a life – long supporter, and also to commemorate his name, his memory, and his unstinting loyalty as a supporter.

His son George, said, “My Dad loved his football at Gayfield, and loved his Saturdays with his football pals, and we wanted to find a way of thanking the Club for the pleasure they gave to my Dad over the years. On his 80th birthday he received a letter from the then Club Chairman John Christison, recognising his loyalty as a supporter, and it became one of my Dad’s prized possessions.”

Another interesting connection was, that the present Club Chairman, Mike Caird, and George Baird both played for the Lad’s Club, and his Dad and Mike’s Dad helped run the Lad’s Club for a short time.

As a mark of respect, Mike Caird, Chairman of Arbroath Football Club, was present to pay his respects at Geordie’s funeral, with the funeral tea being held in the Hospitality Suite at Gayfield. A fitting finale!

Chairman of Arbroath Football Club, Mike Caird said, “I knew Geordie for many years and like many others at the club appreciate his loyal and faithful support for Arbroath Football Club. We had many a chat about the fortunes of the team over the years so it is a fitting tribute his family have donated this trophy to be presented each year in his honour.“

The Angus Nairn Memorial Trophy

The Angus Nairn Memorial Trophy is another new trophy at Gayfield this season.

Like Geordie, Angus was a lifelong supporter of the Lichties and died last year aged 82.

A memorial trophy was donated by his family and friends last year, to Arbroath Football Club, for the “Best newcomer of the year”

It was Blair Yule who was the winner of this new trophy for his impressive debut season at Gayfield and from making the leap from the Highland League to League one.

Angus’s widow Zena, and their daughter Audrey presented Blair with his trophy before kick off on Saturday.

These two trophies epitomise the strong two – way community relationships between loyal supporters and the Club, where families and the Club can come together, to celebrate and commemorate, the “Lichties Legacy” and their part in that commemoration.

Arbroath 2 – 0 Airdrieonians – Match Highlights and Post Match Interviews by 36nilTV

Match Highlights

Arbroath Assistant Manager Ian Campbell talks to the press and media after Saturday’s win over Airdrieonians.

Bobby Linn Post Match Interview – We haven’t spoken to Bobby in a wee while so we were keen to hear his thoughts on the end of the season and the push and determination in the squad for the play offs.

Airdrieonians Manager Stephen Findlay talks to the press and 36nilTV after watching his side lose to Arbroath.

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Arbroath 2 – 0 Airdrieonians

Arbroath confirmed their play-off spot for the Ladbrokes Championship on Saturday with a dominant display over Airdrieonians.

Danny Denholm and Bobby Linn returned to the starting line up with Thomas O’Brien missing from the squad and Leighton McIntosh dropping to the bench.

On a glorious sunny afternoon at Gayfield (Yes you read that correctly) the Lichties attacked the Harbour end in the first half and didn’t take long to find their range with Danny Denholm, Ryan Wallace and Michael McKenna all getting shots in at goal in the first 15 minutes.

It was Ryan’s tenacity that allowed the Lichties to take the lead as he chased the ball from an Airdrieonians defender getting a fortunate bounce before closing in on goal. As Wallace dribbled past the defence it looked like the chance had gone but a pass to Denholm who himself drifted passed a defender before firing past Rohan Ferguson in the 28th minute.

Arbroath continued to attack in the second half with Denholm looking dangerous but it was Colin Hamilton who netted directly from a Ryan Wallace corner as he met the ball volleying it high into the net to double Arbroath’s lead in the 58th minute.

Michael McKenna almost added a 3rd goal only 60 seconds later as he raced in but his strike bounced off the post.

Omar Kader, Leighton McIntosh and Ryan McCord were all introduced for Denholm, McKenna and Gavin Swankie but the Lichties couldn’t find the 3rd goal despite some lovely passes from McCord including one which almost let Bobby Linn score, but Ferguson was quick off his line.

Airdrieonians battled all day but the Arbroath defence and David Hutton kept another clean sheet.

The afternoon feel good factor continued as the annual player of the year awards were handed out after the match.

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/…

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Young Player of the Year - Scott Martin

Thank you again to all the Lichties who took the time to vote for their young player of the Year.

The winner was Scott Martin who has consistently been a star performer in midfield since arriving on loan from Hibernian Football Club

Again event sponsor and Lichtie Gavin Walker presented Scott with his Trophy.

Unfortunately Craig Murray of Angus Trophy Centre of Carnoustie who is the main sponsor of the Award Ceremony couldn't make it, but again we extend our thanks to him.

This season we would also like to thank Delights Deli Sandwich Bar & Deli of 19 Guthrie Port Arbroath and Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker for also sponsoring our event.
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Young Player of the Year - Scott Martin

Thank you again to all the Lichties who took the time to vote for their young player of the Year.

The winner was Scott Martin who has consistently been a star performer in midfield since arriving on loan from Hibernian Football Club 

Again event sponsor and Lichtie Gavin Walker presented Scott with his Trophy.

Unfortunately Craig Murray of Angus Trophy Centre of Carnoustie who is the main sponsor of the Award Ceremony couldnt make it, but again we extend our thanks to him.

This season we would also like to thank Delights Deli Sandwich Bar & Deli of 19 Guthrie Port Arbroath and Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker for also sponsoring our event.

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Goal of the Season - Danny Denholm

Danny Denholm is pictured with Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker who presented Danny with his award.

Congratulations Danny!

We would again like to thank Craig from Angus Trophy Centre in Carnoustie, Delights Deli Sandwich Bar & Deli of 19 Guthrie Port Arbroath and Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker for also sponsoring our event.
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Goal of the Season - Danny Denholm

Danny Denholm is pictured with Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker who presented Danny with his award.

Congratulations Danny! 

We would again like to thank Craig from Angus Trophy Centre in Carnoustie, Delights Deli Sandwich Bar & Deli of 19 Guthrie Port Arbroath and Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker for also sponsoring our event.

Goal of the Season Winner - Danny Denholm.

Thank you to everyone who voted for the Arbroath 2017 - 2018 Goal of the season.

Danny Denholm's super strike against Stranraer came first, followed by Kane Hester's strike against Airdrieonians in 2nd and Ryan McCord's goal in the same game in 3rd.

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1st - Goal C – Danny Denholm – Stranraer 2 – 6 Arbroath – Saturday 23rd September 2017

2nd - Goal D – Kane Hester – Arbroath 7 – 1 Airdrieonians – 21st October 2017

3rd - Goal E – Ryan McCord – Arbroath 7 – 1 Airdrieonians – 21st October 2017

Thanks to everyone who voted and special thanks to Neil from 36NilTV for capturing every goal, putting the montage together and taking care of the voting and results!
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Player of the Year – Thomas O’Brien

Thank you again to all the Lichties who took the time to vote for their player of the Year.

The winner this year and your Arbroath Player of the Year 2017 / 2018 was defender Thomas O’Brien who has capped off a tremendous debut season at Gayfield.

Thomas is presented his trophy by Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird.

Last season we launched this new award ceremony thanks to a new sponsorship deal with successful local businessman Craig Murray and his company – Angus Trophy Centre of Carnoustie.

The club would like to thank Craig and Angus Trophy Centre for his kind donation and for his continued support of the club.

This season we would also like to thank Delights Deli Sandwich Bar & Deli of 19 Guthrie Port Arbroath

Last but certainly not least, is Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker who has also come on board as a sponsor in his continued support of the club.

Young Player of the Year – Scott Martin

Thank you again to all the Lichties who took the time to vote for their young player of the Year.

The winner was Scott Martin who has consistently been a star performer in midfield since arriving on loan from Hibernian Football Club

Again event sponsor and Lichtie Gavin Walker presented Scott with his Trophy.

Unfortunately Craig Murray of Angus Trophy Centre of Carnoustie who is the main sponsor of the Award Ceremony couldn’t make it, but again we extend our thanks to him.

This season we would also like to thank Delights Deli Sandwich Bar & Deli of 19 Guthrie Port Arbroath and Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker for also sponsoring our event.

Goal of the Season – Danny Denholm

Danny Denholm is pictured with Arbroath supporter and sponsor Gavin Walker who presented Danny with his award.

Thank you to everyone who voted for the Arbroath 2017 – 2018 Goal of the season.

Danny Denholm’s super strike against Stranraer came first, followed by Kane Hester’s strike against Airdrieonians in 2nd and Ryan McCord’s goal in the same game in 3rd.

1st – Goal C – Danny Denholm – Stranraer 2 – 6 Arbroath – Saturday 23rd September 2017

2nd – Goal D – Kane Hester – Arbroath 7 – 1 Airdrieonians – 21st October 2017

3rd – Goal E – Ryan McCord – Arbroath 7 – 1 Airdrieonians – 21st October 2017

Thanks to everyone who voted and special thanks to Neil from 36NilTV for capturing every goal, putting the montage together and taking care of the voting and results!

We would again like to thank Craig from Angus Trophy Centre in Carnoustie, Delights Deli Sandwich Bar & Deli of 19 Guthrie Port Arbroath and Arbroath supporter Gavin Walker for also sponsoring our event.

The Geordie Baird Trophy

A new trophy has been donated to Arbroath Football Club, courtesy of the family of the late Geordie Baird, who sadly died earlier this year.

Geordie died suddenly, aged 83, and was a life-long “Lichties” supporter, who valued his Saturday afternoons, at Gayfield with his football pals.

The trophy will be awarded annually to the Management Team’s “Player of the Year” and this year it was won by Thomas O’Brien who was handed the trophy before kick off on Saturday by Geordie’s son, George together with Wife Linda and their son Reece.

Arbroath FC is recognised as a real community club, which means more than just being a football team in the “Toon o’ Arbroath.”

As a mark of respect, and an acknowledgement of Geordie’s loyalty to the Club, the flag at the Club was flown at half – mast at the next home game on the Saturday, and again on the following Tuesday, as the cortege took Geordie past his beloved Gayfield for the very last time on his way to Arbirlot kirkyard. As a mark of respect the cortege slowed as it passed Gayfield.

Geordie’s son George, wife Linda, and their son Reece, decided that they wanted to acknowledge and commemorate the link between Geordie and the Club, and have donated an impressive silver Quaich to the Club, to recognise the enjoyment Geordie gained from being a life – long supporter, and also to commemorate his name, his memory, and his unstinting loyalty as a supporter.

His son George, said, “My Dad loved his football at Gayfield, and loved his Saturdays with his football pals, and we wanted to find a way of thanking the Club for the pleasure they gave to my Dad over the years. On his 80th birthday he received a letter from the then Club Chairman John Christison, recognising his loyalty as a supporter, and it became one of my Dad’s prized possessions.”

Another interesting connection was, that the present Club Chairman, Mike Caird, and George Baird both played for the Lad’s Club, and his Dad and Mike’s Dad helped run the Lad’s Club for a short time.

As a mark of respect, Mike Caird, Chairman of Arbroath Football Club, was present to pay his respects at Geordie’s funeral, with the funeral tea being held in the Hospitality Suite at Gayfield. A fitting finale!

Chairman of Arbroath Football Club, Mike Caird said, “I knew Geordie for many years and like many others at the club appreciate his loyal and faithful support for Arbroath Football Club. We had many a chat about the fortunes of the team over the years so it is a fitting tribute his family have donated this trophy to be presented each year in his honour.“

The Angus Nairn Memorial Trophy

The Angus Nairn Memorial Trophy is another new trophy at Gayfield this season.

Like Geordie, Angus was a lifelong supporter of the Lichties and died last year aged 82.

A memorial trophy was donated by his family and friends last year, to Arbroath Football Club, for the “Best newcomer of the year”

It was Blair Yule who was the winner of this new trophy for his impressive debut season at Gayfield and from making the leap from the Highland League to League one.

Angus’s widow Zena, and their daughter Audrey presented Blair with his trophy before kick off on Saturday.

These two trophies epitomise the strong two – way community relationships between loyal supporters and the Club, where families and the Club can come together, to celebrate and commemorate, the “Lichties Legacy” and their part in that commemoration.

Arbroath 2 – 0 Airdrieonians – Match Highlights and Post Match Interviews by 36nilTV

Match Highlights

Arbroath Assistant Manager Ian Campbell talks to the press and media after Saturday’s win over Airdrieonians.

Bobby Linn Post Match Interview – We haven’t spoken to Bobby in a wee while so we were keen to hear his thoughts on the end of the season and the push and determination in the squad for the play offs.

Airdrieonians Manager Stephen Findlay talks to the press and 36nilTV after watching his side lose to Arbroath.

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.

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

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