250 club prize winners for September 2017

250 club prize winners for September 2017
September – Week 1
£50 – 003 – D Inrig, 3 Davidsons Lane Thurso, KW14 7AF
£25 – 054 – P Sinclair, 6 Scaraben Court, Thurso
£15 – 100 – G Sinclair, 6 Scaraben Court, Thurso
£10 – 121 – R Fish, The Bungalow, Sangomore Hill, Durness IV27 4PZ
£10 – 116 – Iain Boyd, 13 Burnett Place, Thurso, KW14 8RF
September – Week 2
£50 – 145 – R Mackay, Honeysuckle Cottage, Strathy
£25 – 024 – E Sinclair, 6 St Magnus Road, Thurso
£15 – 134 – Toby Sutherland, Rivendale, Back Park, Castletown
£10 – 233 – S Nicolson, Seaforth, Dunnet
£10 – 094 – R Mackay, Sealladh Na Beinne, Tongue, By Lairg, IV27 4XL
September – Week 3
£50 – 033 – H Morrison, 2 St Mary’s Road, Thurso
£25 – 011 – Nancy Foggo, Fuaran, Dunnet
£15 – 107 – C Grant, 1 West Park, Inshes, Inverness IV2 5BY
£10 – 161 – A Smith, 14 Dwarwick Place, Dunnet
£10 – 040 –  Danny Hughes, Wester Haven Harrow, Mey KW14 8XH
September – Week 4
£50 – 191 – Brian Gray, c/o Michael Gray
£25 – 002 – E Inrig, 3 Davidsons Lane Thurso, KW14 7AF
£15 – 016 – D Kedward, 3 Staveley Way, Strawberry Fields, Rugby,
Warwickshire
£10 – 229 – M Coghill, 32 Mackay Street, Castletown KW14 8UL
  • £10 – 227 –  M Coghill, 32 Mackay Street, Castletown KW14 8UL

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Raffle Prize winners

Here are the list of Raffle prize winners from Maggie Manson

1st (£200) – Ben Evetts, Halkirk

2nd (carvery for 2 in Northern Sands Hotel) – Louise Gray, Thurso

3rd (BBQ) – J Green c/o Dounreay

4th (ltr Brandy) – Bruce Sutton, Dunnet

5th (ltr Whisky) – W Kennedy, Wick

6th (bot Whisky) – Nicola Manson, Thurso

7th (bot Southern Comfort) – Isla Hinton, Thurso

8th (bot Wine) – Alex Calder, c/o Dounreay

End of Season Dinner and celebrating the 30th anniversary of PU’s first Highland Amateur Cup win

From Michael Gray on Facebook – “End of Season Dinner dance coupled with recognising the 30th anniversary of our first Highland Amateur Cup win”. Two youtube videos from 1987 and 1993 have been transferred from old VHS by Darren Manson of Picture House Cinema. Many thanks to Darren for all of his hard work.

Award winners
Players POY – James McLean
Supporters POY – James McLean
Managers POY – Sean Campbell
Young POY – Cameron Montgomery
Top Scorer – Lukasz Geruzel/ Sean Campbell – 18 goals
Endeavour – Marc Begg

Pentland United 7 v John O’Groats 1 – CAFA Div.1 – 22.8.17

CAFA Div.1 full-time – John O’Groats 1 v Pentland United 7. Played at Ham Park, Dunnet. PU goals from Sean Campbell (3), Cameron Montgomery (2) & Martin Ross (2).

PU finish the season as runners up in The league championship and won The Eain MacIntosh Cup and close to more silverware. A lot of young players blooded this season which will stand them in good stead for the coming seasons.

Eain MacIntosh Cup winners 2017 – Photo from Will Clark

Top scorers list – 22.8.17

(h) Sean Campbell – 18
(3h) Lukasz Geruzel – 18
(4p) (2h) James Murray – 14
(h) James Maclean – 13
(h) Cameron Montgomery – 8
Michael Petrie – 7
Martin Ross – 6
(h) Gary Manson – 6
(h) Darryn Mackay – 6
Marc Begg – 3
Andrew Hardwick – 2
Liam Mackay – 2
Conor Cormack – 1
Lee Sutherland – 1
Ryan Begg – 1

 

Pentland United 1 v Wick Groats 3 – Davie Allan Shield – 19.8.17

Davie Allan Shield Final result after extra time at The Dammies – Pentland United 1 v Wick Groats 3. PU goal from James McLean

Next match is at home to John O’Groats on Tuesday 22nd of August with a 6.45 p.m kick off at Ham Park, Dunnet

Top scorers list – 19.8.17

(3h) Lukasz Geruzel – 18
Sean Campbell – 15
(4p) (2h) James Murray – 14
(h) James Maclean – 13
Michael Petrie – 7
(h) Cameron Montgomery – 6
(h) Gary Manson – 6
(h) Darryn Mackay – 6
Martin Ross – 4
Marc Begg – 3
Andrew Hardwick – 2
Liam Mackay – 2
Conor Cormack – 1
Lee Sutherland – 1
Ryan Begg – 1

Congratulations to PU’s Sean Campbell – CAFA Player of the Year 2017

Many congratulations to Sean Campbell who has been given the award of Caithness AFA County Player of the Year for 2017. Sean has had a brilliant season, scoring 15 goals so far and has an Eain MacIntosh Cup winners medal and hopes to add to that this weekend as PU play in The Davie Allan Shield Final on Saturday afternoon v Wick Groats at The Dammies.

Pentland United 6 v Halkirk 0 – Davie Allan Shield Semi-Final – 14.8.17

Full-time score – Pentland United 6 v Halkirk 0. PU goals from Sean Campbell, Cameron Montgomery (3), Conor Cormack and Marc Begg.

Davie Allan Shield

Next match is The Davie Allan Shield Final v Wick Groats on Saturday 19th of August at The Dammies with a 3 p.m kick-off.

Top scorers list – 14.8.17

(3h) Lukasz Geruzel – 18
Sean Campbell – 15
(4p) (2h) James Murray – 14
(h) James Maclean – 12
Michael Petrie – 7
(h) Cameron Montgomery – 6
(h) Gary Manson – 6
(h) Darryn Mackay – 6
Martin Ross – 4
Marc Begg – 3
Andrew Hardwick – 2
Liam Mackay – 2
Conor Cormack – 1
Lee Sutherland – 1
Ryan Begg – 1

Wick Groats 3 v Pentland United 1 – CAFA Div.1 – 8.8.17

CAFA Div.1 Full time score – Wick_Groats 3 Pentland United 1. PU goal from Martin Ross.

Next match is in The Davie Allan Shield semi final at home to Halkirk on Monday 14th of August with a 6.30 p.m kick off

Top scorers list – 8.8.17

(3h) Lukasz Geruzel – 18
(4p) (2h) James Murray – 14
Sean Campbell – 14
(h) James Maclean – 12
Michael Petrie – 7
(h) Gary Manson – 6
(h) Darryn Mackay – 6
Martin Ross – 4
Cameron Montgomery – 3
Andrew Hardwick – 2
Marc Begg – 2
Liam Mackay – 2
Lee Sutherland – 1
Ryan Begg – 1

Pentland United 1 v Staxigoe United 3 – Highland Amateur Cup Semi-Final – 5.8.17

Full-time score – Pentland United 1 v Staxigoe United 3 in The Highland Amateur Cup Semi-Final at Morrison Park, Halkirk. PU goal from Lukasz Geruzel (41).

PU subs – Lee Sutherland and Chris Wann on for Martin Cook and Shaun Forbes, Lukasz Geruzel off for Gary Mackay.

Next match is in The CAFA Div.1 away to Wick Groats on Tuesday 8th of August with a 7.15 p.m kick-off at Upper Bignold Park, Wick

Top scorers list – 5.8.17

(3h) Lukasz Geruzel – 18
(4p) (2h) James Murray – 14
Sean Campbell – 14
(h) James Maclean – 12
Michael Petrie – 7
(h) Gary Manson – 6
(h) Darryn Mackay – 6
Cameron Montgomery – 3
Martin Ross – 3
Andrew Hardwick – 2
Marc Begg – 2
Liam Mackay – 2
Lee Sutherland – 1
Ryan Begg – 1