Last minute equaliser

The walking football carnival arrived at Gayfield yesterday to promote the game to the masses. Although it was a bit chilly, the sun shone and the wind remained calm.
We were up against Carnoustie again, the previous game at Gayfield had ended in scoreless draw (probably due to the postage stamp sized goals).
For this match, we were provided with seven-a-side goals, this made sure that both keepers had some work to do this time. The short game ended in a 1-1 draw, super Davie Whitton grabbing a last minute equaliser against a very good Carnoustie team. To cap a great day, Arbroath beat the visitors 3-0.
Thanks to Brian Cargill and Arbroath FC for setting it all up.Thanks also to the Carnoustie lads for a great game.

Many thanks to the Portcullis for their hospitality and great stovies last night.
Last but not least, thanks to Sye Webster, not only for leaving his double denim outfit at home, but for organising a great night out for the lads.

14 thoughts on “Last minute equaliser

  1. Was great fun at the match yesterday and also in the Portu
    at night. Many thanks to Sye for his questions and humour
    even though some the jokes were older than him!
    Would be great if we could get some more of the local sides
    to play against and to spread the Walking Football word!

  2. Great day & night with the walking football disciples 🚶⚽️ – big thanks to everyone involved fae Carnoustie,Gayfield & the Portcullis & tae Quiz Master extrodinair Sye “Barker” Webster 👍
    If onybody outwith current AWF members & past members are readin this – YOU DONT KNOW WHAT YOUR MISSING – For the chance tae sample Walking Football – Wednesday night RM Condor 7-7:15 for a 7:30 KO – you won’t be disappointed ⚽️⚽️⚽️

  3. Great day and evening had by all many thanks to Jim for the organising of matchday and getting Sye Webster to be quiz master at Porty ( his jokes were corny). Many thanks for clubman trophy it’s well appreciated. Have sent a request to Monifieth WF to see if they are available to play us in a friendly.

  4. Aye great day and night folks, especially Mr Wallace pinching my stovies for his team winning “trophy” lol

    Great group of lads we have.

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