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29 Jun 2019 - 15:00Gayfield Park, Arbroath

Volunteer Videographer Wanted

Volunteer Videographer Wanted
 
Arbroath Football Club are seeking a motived volunteer videographer to join the club and as we look forward to playing our football in Scotland’s second tier, the Ladbrokes Championship.
 
As everyone knows our videographer Neil Douglas is stepping down from the Gantry to focus on making a full recovery and we know we have very very big shoes to fill!
 
The main responsibilities of the videographer include, capturing the action of a live match day and editing it down to a 8-12 minute highlight package which can be used on the club’s website and official social media – Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
 
As well as having your work shared on the official Arbroath channels and the SPFL channel there is always the chance that a unique moment during a game will end up with the clip being shown on “A View from the Terrace” or one of the national news channels.
 
You will be given admission to Gayfield and all away stadia as part of the Arbroath FC media team and will have access to the Arbroath playing squad and management team on match days for interviews.
 
Ideally candidates will have a knowledge of an editing suite – Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Davinci Resolve, iMovie etc to cut the highlights down into a highlight package and have a suitable camera which can be used capture the action.
 
There is the chance for the candidate to put their own stamp of identity on how things are presented and we appreciate those those who think out of the box and have their own ideas to apply.
 
We fully appreciate that we are looking for someone who is a highly skilled individual and who can take on the position as a volunteer.
 
This is a big ask in any walk of life but as a part-time football club we wouldn’t be where we are without our volunteers as part of our football team.
 
We have been very fortunate in the past with Neil and our previous videographers but if you are passionate about football and this appeals we would love to hear from you.
 
Please send a brief introduction, an example of your work (Youtube, Vimeo links) and your contact details to arbroathfc@outlook.com.
 
Thank you

Hibernian vs Arbroath – Hospitality

Hibernian vs Arbroath – Hospitality

Hibernian have informed us that Arbroath fans are welcome to purchase their Hospitality package for our Betfred Cup Game on Tuesday 23rd July 2019 with a 7.45pm kick off.

If you wish to purchase this or like more information, you can click on their eticketing website – www.eticketing.co.uk/hibernianfc/Hospitality/LandingPage

Alternatively call; 0131 656 7075 during normal office hours.

Arbroath FC Thank Neil Douglas / 36nilTV

Arbroath FC Thank Neil Douglas / @36nilTV
As you all know, our good friend and club videographer Neil Douglas suffered a stroke at Gayfield on 16th March during the half time interval as we faced East Fife.
The positive news is that Neil is now home from hospital and reunited with his wife Natasha and is making remarkable progress in his recovery from such a life changing event.   
Neil has shown incredible determination and fight in his rehabilitation and now makes daily visits to Hospital for physiotherapy but is back in the comfort of his own home every night.
It’s important that Neil puts all his efforts into making a full recovery and so Neil has decided to take early retirement from videography and hang up his football boots and videocamera.
We know how passionate Neil is for Arbroath Football Club and for videography and he has our full support and gratitude.
Arbroath Football Club would like to thank Neil Douglas for the dedication and time he has given not only us as a football club, but to the hundreds and thousands of supporters out there who have enjoyed his videos and interviews all over the world.
It’s not just arriving at Gayfield or traveling to any of the other grounds around Scotland and filming the match and staying behind to film the post-match interviews, but it is the sacrifice of giving up your Saturday with your family and also sitting down behind a computer for several hours to seamlessly edit  the footage, create graphics and then upload the footage before sharing it on social media.  
All of that goes unseen, and it all appears effortlessly as fans sit down at 12.01am (Neil used to have it done and uploaded sometimes by 9pm but we got our wrists slapped, so we had to wait until midnight) to watch the goals, sliding tackles and controversial moments before taking to social media or to football forums to prove they were right.
Neil is a Lichtie and through his YouTube Channel, Instagram Page and Twitter Page of 36nilTV we would be treated to match highlights, post match interviews, Goal of the month, Goal of the season, Hall of Fame Celebration Dinner Dances, End of season awards and so much more.
Neil’s Youtube channel has had over 300,000 views and contains hundreds of uploaded videos since he began in the summer of 2016 and captured that amazing day in Stirling from start to finish not to mention all of the stunning goals captured and his footage has been used frequently on the SPFL Official pages as well as on the BBC and STV news – and not to mention a View from the Terrace!
In recognition of his services as a volunteer to Arbroath FC, Neil was awarded “The John Christison Community Services Trophy” this season which was picked up by his wife Natasha at the end of season awards.
Despite not being in the TV Gantry this season, Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird has set Neil the challenge of being in the boardroom for the first league game of the season when the flag will be raised over Gayfield Park.
Club Captain Mark Whatley, Louise Walker and Graham recently visited Neil in Hospital and Neil got photographed with the Ladbrokes League One Trophy and we hope to recreate that photograph when Neil returns to Gayfield in August.
We hope that Neil will still be able to make it to Gayfield as often as possible and take in all the action of the Lichties in the Championship.
From absolutely everyone at Gayfield and on behalf of all the Arbroath supporters near and far we thank you for your commitment and dedication Neil!
Keep on that path to recovery and see you soon!
Thank you! 
C’mon the Lichties!
 

Arbroath Academy Looks to Stub Out Smoking

Arbroath Academy Looks to Stub Out Smoking

Arbroath FC are delighted to support Arbroath Academy’s and The Schools Team NHS aim to become a smoke free school which is aligned with Ash Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco free generation.

This can only be good news for the future of sport in Scotland as a healthier and fitter generation of children come through to take part in football and many other sports.

The good work that is being carried out at the Academy should be commended and we are delighted to support and play a part in this project.

In support of their charter the Ladbrokes League One Trophy made a visit to the Academy yesterday morning.

Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation is an initiative to help reduce the harm caused by smoking and deliver a tobacco-free generation by 2034.

If you would like more information please visit; https://www.ashscotland.org.uk
Telephone; 0131-2254725
Email; enquiries@ashscotland.org.uk

Arbroath FC Annual Golf Day 2019

Arbroath Annual Golf Day 2019

On Friday we held our 2019 Arbroath FC Annual Golf Day at the Arbroath Artisan Golf Club, and Arbroath Golf Links – Arbroath Golf Links

We were treated to a beautiful sunny day and after a few bacon rolls and a quick drink to settle the nerves the teams headed out onto the course for the 1pm start for our Texas Scramble.

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell and Assistant Manager Ian Campbell were there alongside Arbroath player Gavin Swankie and Hall of Fame Inductee John Fletcher whilst Arbroath Directors Robert Sim, Douglas Bain and Brian Cargill all made their way out onto the course.

There was some early shouts of “fore” over the course with also some Augusta style cheering as the teams made progress round the course.

Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird and Vice Chairman Ewen West were joined by Operations and Kit Manager Louise Walker as they provided the players with some refreshments along the way.

As the afternoon came to an end we all headed back to the club house for a meal before the scorecards were checked and verified.

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell addressed the attendees as he discussed the season ahead and also thanked everyone involved for another great day which provided the club with more funds for the upcoming season.

Dick also presented our winners and losers;

Winners – Gavin Swankie, Craig Reynolds, Danny Brown, Findlay Stevens

Runners up – Brian Cargill, Graham Anderson, Stuart Norrie, Kerry Linton

Third Place – Dick Campbell, Ian Campbell, Chris Campbell, Drew Mackie

Best Dressed – Allen Innes

Closest to the Pin – Craig Reynolds

Longest Drive – Barry Moore

Wooden Spoon – Duncan Ferguson’s Team (sorry Duncan!)

So it was congratulations to Gavin Swankie and his team who won the day with the lowest score! It was a close competition and very competitive!

Brian Cargill then started the prize raffle before we had an auction before another successful Arbroath FC Golf Day came to an end!

Arbroath FC would like to thank;

Arbroath Artisan Golf Club, and Arbroath Golf Links – For their hospitality, facilities and service.

Strathmore Event Services Ltd – Ewen West for organising and putting together the entire event.

Arbikie Distillery – For the custom bottles given to the winners

Angus Trophy Centre– For providing the trophies for the award ceremony.

Arbroath Links Golf Pro Shop Craig Knowles Golf Pro – For his advise to all our golfers!

Dick and Ian Campbell for donating the auction prize at Gleneagles.

Also everyone who took part in the day!

We hope you had a wonderful day and see you all again next year!

C’mon the Lichties!

Happy 90th Birthday to Bert Cargill!

Happy 90th Birthday to Bert Cargill!

Everyone at Arbroath Football Club would like to wish lifelong supporter Bert Cargill a very happy 90th Birthday!

Bert has been a wonderful friend to the club, and a very good sponsor over the years and currently sponsors Arbroath midfielder David Gold!

Bert was given an early birthday gift when the Ladbrokes League One Trophy paid him a visit!

Although Bert was unable to get to Gayfield last season he still follows the progress of the team avidly through this sons, Steven and Robert.

Thank you for being a true Lichtie Bert!

Happy Birthday from everyone at Gayfield!

Have a drink on us!

Happy Birthday Bert!

Extra Opening Hours

Gayfield Office Extra Opening Hours

The Gayfield Office will be open this Saturday 8th June from 2pm to 4pm for Season Ticket Sales and again on Thursday 13th June from 6pm to 8pm to allow those who can’t make it along during the week.

Season Ticket sales are crucial for the club as it brings in revenue allowing us to plan for the season ahead on and off the pitch.

We have the cheapest full price season ticket in the Championship and with friendlies against Premier League sides Heart of Midlothian, Hibernian and a Celtic XI it really does give you amazing value for money.

This is a huge season for the Lichties as we head into the Championship as League One Champions, and the only side to go up this season.

We will welcome Alloa Athletic, Ayr United, Dundee, Dundee United, Dunfermline Athletic, Greenock Morton, Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Partick Thistle and Queen of the South to Gayfield in our most challenging season in many years.

We will be up against 8 very good full time sides who have many years experience in the Premiership and Championship and fellow part-time side, Alloa Athletic who last season showed why they are currently the best part-time team in Scotland.

This is why more than ever we need your support!

Manager Dick Campbell alongside his brother Ian with coaches John Young and Robert Douglas last season won League One, only two seasons after winning League Two.

We want to give them the backing they deserve so we can really make an impression in the Championship.

We already have 16 players signed up; Darren Jamieson, Derek Gaston, Jason Thomson, Ricky Little, Thomas O’Brien, Colin Hamilton, David Gold, Mark Whatley, Omar Kader, Bobby Linn, Michael McKenna, Scott Stewart, Gavin Swankie, Luke Donnelly, Greig Spence and Steven Doris

Help us in adding to this already talented team of players.

It would be easy for us the club to significantly inflate the price of season tickets but we want to show our gratitude to our fans who have supported and backed the club brilliantly over the last few seasons.

The prices for our Junior and juvenile season tickets will remain frozen, whilst the senior-citizen ticket will rise by £10 and the adult season ticket will only rise by £20 (about a £1 a game more)

Arbroath FC Championship Season Tickets Prices – 2019 / 2020

£30 – Junior Season Ticket – Under 12

£60 – Juvenile Season Ticket – 13 to 18 years old, (Also adults in full time education with valid matriculation card)

£110 – Senior Citizens – 65 and over

£220 – Adults

Season Tickets include –
All 18 Championship Home Games,
All end of season play-off matches,
All friendlies – Heart of Midlothian, Hibernian, Celtic XI

They do not include; Betfred Cup, Irn-Bru Cup, Scottish Cup.

Arbroath FC Championship Gayfield Gate Admission – 2019 / 2020

£18 – Adults

£10 – Concessions

£20 – Family (1 Adult and 1 Child)

If you plan on attending all 18 home matches, then you really do make a huge saving by buying a season ticket.

£18 x 18 = £324 – Season Ticket £220 – Saving £104

£10 x 18 = £180 – Season Ticket £110 – Saving £70

Eight of the other Championship clubs (Queen of the South still to announce) have already released their season ticket and gate prices and currently we offer the cheapest season ticket (not including early bird) in the Championship as well as the cheapest gate prices for both adults and concessions.

We hope you are proud of your team, and we hope you will support us in numbers this season as we look forward to welcoming some of the largest league attendances at Gayfield for many, many years.

Support the Lichties!

Buying your Season Ticket;

The Gayfield Office is open every week;

Monday 10am – 2pm
Tuesday 10am – 2pm
Wednesday – Closed
Thursday 10am – 2pm
Friday 10am-2pm

Unique Dates

Saturday 8th June – Open 2pm to 4pm
Thursday 13th June – Open 6pm to 8pm

We accept Cash or Card payment and if you live out of town and would like to get in touch to get your season ticket please email; arbroathfc@outlook.com or call 01241 872157

Don’t miss out!

Thank you for your support!

C’mon the Lichties!

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Thank you to Magician Michael Brandie and to everyone who attended our Casino Evening at Gayfield last night!

Another wonderful night! Thank you all!

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Casino Night - Quick reminders

We are hosting our sold-out Casino night at Gayfield this evening. Would attendees please note.

7.30pm start
Enter through the Hospitality entrance
Dress code - Smart casual
Last orders at 12am

Have a great night!
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We are hosting our sold-out Casino night at Gayfield this evening.  Would attendees please note.

7.30pm start
Enter through the Hospitality entrance
Dress code - Smart casual
Last orders at 12am

Have a great night!

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Volunteer Videographer Wanted

Arbroath Football Club are seeking a motived volunteer videographer to join the club and as we look forward to playing our football in Scotland’s second tier, the Ladbrokes Championship.

As everyone knows our videographer Neil Douglas is stepping down from the Gantry to focus on making a full recovery and we know we have very very big shoes to fill!

The main responsibilities of the videographer include, capturing the action of a live match day and editing it down to a 8-12 minute highlight package which can be used on the club’s website and official social media - Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

As well as having your work shared on the official Arbroath channels and the SPFL channel there is always the chance that a unique moment during a game will end up with the clip being shown on "A View from the Terrace" or one of the national news channels.

You will be given admission to Gayfield and all away stadia as part of the Arbroath FC media team and will have access to the Arbroath playing squad and management team on match days for interviews.

Ideally candidates will have a knowledge of an editing suite - Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Davinci Resolve, iMovie etc to cut the highlights down into a highlight package and have a suitable camera which can be used capture the action.

There is the chance for the candidate to put their own stamp of identity on how things are presented and we appreciate those those who think out of the box and have their own ideas to apply.

We fully appreciate that we are looking for someone who is a highly skilled individual and who can take on the position as a volunteer.

This is a big ask in any walk of life but as a part-time football club we wouldn’t be where we are without our volunteers as part of our football team.

We have been very fortunate in the past with Neil and our previous videographers but if you are passionate about football and this appeals we would love to hear from you.

Please send a brief introduction, an example of your work (Youtube, Vimeo links) and your contact details to arbroathfc@outlook.com.

Thank you
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Volunteer Videographer Wanted

Arbroath Football Club are seeking a motived volunteer videographer to join the club and as we look forward to playing our football in Scotland’s second tier, the Ladbrokes Championship.

As everyone knows our videographer Neil Douglas is stepping down from the Gantry to focus on making a full recovery and we know we have very very big shoes to fill! 

The main responsibilities of the videographer include, capturing the action of a live match day and editing it down to a 8-12 minute highlight package which can be used on the club’s website and official social media - Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

As well as having your work shared on the official Arbroath channels and the SPFL channel there is always the chance that a unique moment during a game will end up with the clip being shown on A View from the Terrace or one of the national news channels.

You will be given admission to Gayfield and all away stadia as part of the Arbroath FC media team and will have access to the Arbroath playing squad and management team on match days for interviews.

Ideally candidates will have a knowledge of an editing suite - Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Davinci Resolve, iMovie etc to cut the highlights down into a highlight package and have a suitable camera which can be used capture the action. 

There is the chance for the candidate to put their own stamp of identity on how things are presented and we appreciate those those who think out of the box and have their own ideas to apply. 

We fully appreciate that we are looking for someone who is a highly skilled individual and who can take on the position as a volunteer.   

This is a big ask in any walk of life  but as a part-time football club we wouldn’t be where we are without our volunteers as part of our football team.

We have been very fortunate in the past with Neil and our previous videographers but if you are passionate about football and this appeals we would love to hear from you.

Please send a brief introduction, an example of your work (Youtube, Vimeo links) and your contact details to arbroathfc@outlook.com.

Thank you

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Volunteer Videographer Wanted

Volunteer Videographer Wanted
 
Arbroath Football Club are seeking a motived volunteer videographer to join the club and as we look forward to playing our football in Scotland’s second tier, the Ladbrokes Championship.
 
As everyone knows our videographer Neil Douglas is stepping down from the Gantry to focus on making a full recovery and we know we have very very big shoes to fill!
 
The main responsibilities of the videographer include, capturing the action of a live match day and editing it down to a 8-12 minute highlight package which can be used on the club’s website and official social media – Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
 
As well as having your work shared on the official Arbroath channels and the SPFL channel there is always the chance that a unique moment during a game will end up with the clip being shown on “A View from the Terrace” or one of the national news channels.
 
You will be given admission to Gayfield and all away stadia as part of the Arbroath FC media team and will have access to the Arbroath playing squad and management team on match days for interviews.
 
Ideally candidates will have a knowledge of an editing suite – Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Davinci Resolve, iMovie etc to cut the highlights down into a highlight package and have a suitable camera which can be used capture the action.
 
There is the chance for the candidate to put their own stamp of identity on how things are presented and we appreciate those those who think out of the box and have their own ideas to apply.
 
We fully appreciate that we are looking for someone who is a highly skilled individual and who can take on the position as a volunteer.
 
This is a big ask in any walk of life but as a part-time football club we wouldn’t be where we are without our volunteers as part of our football team.
 
We have been very fortunate in the past with Neil and our previous videographers but if you are passionate about football and this appeals we would love to hear from you.
 
Please send a brief introduction, an example of your work (Youtube, Vimeo links) and your contact details to arbroathfc@outlook.com.
 
Thank you

Hibernian vs Arbroath – Hospitality

Hibernian vs Arbroath – Hospitality

Hibernian have informed us that Arbroath fans are welcome to purchase their Hospitality package for our Betfred Cup Game on Tuesday 23rd July 2019 with a 7.45pm kick off.

If you wish to purchase this or like more information, you can click on their eticketing website – www.eticketing.co.uk/hibernianfc/Hospitality/LandingPage

Alternatively call; 0131 656 7075 during normal office hours.

Arbroath FC Thank Neil Douglas / 36nilTV

Arbroath FC Thank Neil Douglas / @36nilTV
As you all know, our good friend and club videographer Neil Douglas suffered a stroke at Gayfield on 16th March during the half time interval as we faced East Fife.
The positive news is that Neil is now home from hospital and reunited with his wife Natasha and is making remarkable progress in his recovery from such a life changing event.   
Neil has shown incredible determination and fight in his rehabilitation and now makes daily visits to Hospital for physiotherapy but is back in the comfort of his own home every night.
It’s important that Neil puts all his efforts into making a full recovery and so Neil has decided to take early retirement from videography and hang up his football boots and videocamera.
We know how passionate Neil is for Arbroath Football Club and for videography and he has our full support and gratitude.
Arbroath Football Club would like to thank Neil Douglas for the dedication and time he has given not only us as a football club, but to the hundreds and thousands of supporters out there who have enjoyed his videos and interviews all over the world.
It’s not just arriving at Gayfield or traveling to any of the other grounds around Scotland and filming the match and staying behind to film the post-match interviews, but it is the sacrifice of giving up your Saturday with your family and also sitting down behind a computer for several hours to seamlessly edit  the footage, create graphics and then upload the footage before sharing it on social media.  
All of that goes unseen, and it all appears effortlessly as fans sit down at 12.01am (Neil used to have it done and uploaded sometimes by 9pm but we got our wrists slapped, so we had to wait until midnight) to watch the goals, sliding tackles and controversial moments before taking to social media or to football forums to prove they were right.
Neil is a Lichtie and through his YouTube Channel, Instagram Page and Twitter Page of 36nilTV we would be treated to match highlights, post match interviews, Goal of the month, Goal of the season, Hall of Fame Celebration Dinner Dances, End of season awards and so much more.
Neil’s Youtube channel has had over 300,000 views and contains hundreds of uploaded videos since he began in the summer of 2016 and captured that amazing day in Stirling from start to finish not to mention all of the stunning goals captured and his footage has been used frequently on the SPFL Official pages as well as on the BBC and STV news – and not to mention a View from the Terrace!
In recognition of his services as a volunteer to Arbroath FC, Neil was awarded “The John Christison Community Services Trophy” this season which was picked up by his wife Natasha at the end of season awards.
Despite not being in the TV Gantry this season, Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird has set Neil the challenge of being in the boardroom for the first league game of the season when the flag will be raised over Gayfield Park.
Club Captain Mark Whatley, Louise Walker and Graham recently visited Neil in Hospital and Neil got photographed with the Ladbrokes League One Trophy and we hope to recreate that photograph when Neil returns to Gayfield in August.
We hope that Neil will still be able to make it to Gayfield as often as possible and take in all the action of the Lichties in the Championship.
From absolutely everyone at Gayfield and on behalf of all the Arbroath supporters near and far we thank you for your commitment and dedication Neil!
Keep on that path to recovery and see you soon!
Thank you! 
C’mon the Lichties!
 

Arbroath Academy Looks to Stub Out Smoking

Arbroath Academy Looks to Stub Out Smoking

Arbroath FC are delighted to support Arbroath Academy’s and The Schools Team NHS aim to become a smoke free school which is aligned with Ash Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco free generation.

This can only be good news for the future of sport in Scotland as a healthier and fitter generation of children come through to take part in football and many other sports.

The good work that is being carried out at the Academy should be commended and we are delighted to support and play a part in this project.

In support of their charter the Ladbrokes League One Trophy made a visit to the Academy yesterday morning.

Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation is an initiative to help reduce the harm caused by smoking and deliver a tobacco-free generation by 2034.

If you would like more information please visit; https://www.ashscotland.org.uk
Telephone; 0131-2254725
Email; enquiries@ashscotland.org.uk

Arbroath FC Annual Golf Day 2019

Arbroath Annual Golf Day 2019

On Friday we held our 2019 Arbroath FC Annual Golf Day at the Arbroath Artisan Golf Club, and Arbroath Golf Links – Arbroath Golf Links

We were treated to a beautiful sunny day and after a few bacon rolls and a quick drink to settle the nerves the teams headed out onto the course for the 1pm start for our Texas Scramble.

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell and Assistant Manager Ian Campbell were there alongside Arbroath player Gavin Swankie and Hall of Fame Inductee John Fletcher whilst Arbroath Directors Robert Sim, Douglas Bain and Brian Cargill all made their way out onto the course.

There was some early shouts of “fore” over the course with also some Augusta style cheering as the teams made progress round the course.

Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird and Vice Chairman Ewen West were joined by Operations and Kit Manager Louise Walker as they provided the players with some refreshments along the way.

As the afternoon came to an end we all headed back to the club house for a meal before the scorecards were checked and verified.

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell addressed the attendees as he discussed the season ahead and also thanked everyone involved for another great day which provided the club with more funds for the upcoming season.

Dick also presented our winners and losers;

Winners – Gavin Swankie, Craig Reynolds, Danny Brown, Findlay Stevens

Runners up – Brian Cargill, Graham Anderson, Stuart Norrie, Kerry Linton

Third Place – Dick Campbell, Ian Campbell, Chris Campbell, Drew Mackie

Best Dressed – Allen Innes

Closest to the Pin – Craig Reynolds

Longest Drive – Barry Moore

Wooden Spoon – Duncan Ferguson’s Team (sorry Duncan!)

So it was congratulations to Gavin Swankie and his team who won the day with the lowest score! It was a close competition and very competitive!

Brian Cargill then started the prize raffle before we had an auction before another successful Arbroath FC Golf Day came to an end!

Arbroath FC would like to thank;

Arbroath Artisan Golf Club, and Arbroath Golf Links – For their hospitality, facilities and service.

Strathmore Event Services Ltd – Ewen West for organising and putting together the entire event.

Arbikie Distillery – For the custom bottles given to the winners

Angus Trophy Centre– For providing the trophies for the award ceremony.

Arbroath Links Golf Pro Shop Craig Knowles Golf Pro – For his advise to all our golfers!

Dick and Ian Campbell for donating the auction prize at Gleneagles.

Also everyone who took part in the day!

We hope you had a wonderful day and see you all again next year!

C’mon the Lichties!

To purchase Club Merchandise, please call the Club on 01241-872157 or email to arbroathfc@outlook.com or visit https://arbroath.footballkit.co.uk

 

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