POOL Clackmannanshire Pool league EGM notice The Committee has called an Extraordinary General Meeting of Clackmannanshire Pool League on Sunday 12th January 2014 at 1.30pm to be held at the Oakwood, Sauchie. The purpose of this meeting is to elect office bearers, namely Chairman, SPA rep. and Secretary. It would be appreciated if a representative from every League team could attend, as well as propective candidates.

CLACKMANNAN BC POOL LEAGUE - WEEK 1 FIXTURES Tillicoultry vs Clackmannan, Tulliallan vs Alloa EE A, Menstrie vs Dollar, Alloa EE B vs Burns Club RIFLE SHOOTING Alloa & District Rifle Club.

Perthshire SBRA Winter League Div 2 Rnd 6 Alloa A v Kinross - draw R.Law 96 N.Brown 96 W.Crawford 94 A.McAulay 93 T.Kenny 93 - total 472 ex 500 Div 5 Rnd 6 Alloa B v Arbroath B Alloa B won by 7 points, J.Norval 96 W.McAulay 95 S.Norval 95 A.Nicol 90 Miss V.Walls 89 team total 465 ex 500 Fife & Kinross SBRA Winter League Div 1 Rnd 7 Alloa A v Kinross A - Alloa A won by 1 point A.McAulay 97 R.Law 96 W.Crawford 96 N.Brown 96 T.Kenny 94 total 479 ex 500 Div 4 Rnd 7 Alloa B v Blair Atholl A - Blair Atholl A won by 15 points S.Norval 97 J.Norval 95 K.Miller 91 A.Nicol 90 Miss.V.Walls 83 total 456 ex 500 Cumbria & Northumbria TSA winter League Div 2 Rnd 3 Alloa A v Selkirk A Alloa A won by 12 points R.Law 199 N.Brown 195 T.Kenny 195 total 589 ex 600 Div 3 Rnd 3 Alloa B shot against the average score of 57, W.crawford 191, A.McAulay 183 A.Nicol didnt shoot total 374 ex 600 Div 5 Rnd 3 Alloa C v Kendal C - Alloa C won by 9 points S.Norval 194 J.Norval 189 K.Miller 187 total 570 ex 600 FISHING Wellsfield Trout Fishery­ Weekly Report for Week Ending: 29/12/2013 Wellsfield Fishery would like to wish all anglers a Happy New Year! The fishery is open throughout the festive holidays 7 days, 8am – 5pm, but will be closed on New Years Day only. We will be stocking well for our customers!

Great sport is to be had for fly fishers and bait anglers, with many angler catching their fish limits this week. Over 95% of anglers visiting the fishery this week caught fish, the average number of fish per angler was 3 fish.

FISH OF THE WEEK 12lb Rainbow Trout - A McIntosh (Dullatur) in is bag of 8 fish for 24lb inc. a 6lb rainbow trout.

One Red Tagged £50 Trout was caught by lucky angler A Wilson (Grangemouth) from the middle fly pond on an Olive Tadpole Lure. Most fly fishers caught fish using floating lines or slow intermediate lines. Best flies this week: Orange Blob, Yellow Dancer, Black/Green Nomad, Craft Eye Cats, HH Damsel, Buzzers, fished with a floating lines and long leaders. Bait anglers best methods Best Baits: Maggots, Worms, Power Bait, Small Mepp spinners.

Best Catches for this week: H Betley (Coatbridge) 14 fish for 41lb 8oz using bait, J Clark (Glasgow) 10 fish for 27lb 8oz using bait, N McIntosh (Tullibody) 8 for 24lb in 2 visits on fly, B Eadie (Cowie) 8 for 23lb in 2 consecutive permits, A McIntosh (Dullatur) 7 for 31lb in 2 visits, best 12lb and 6lb rainbows, J McLean (Uddingston) 6 for 18lb, best 5lb rainbow trout, R Ainsley (Glasgow) 6 for 16lb, P Leathey (Alloa) 5 for 12lb 8oz, G Hogan (Stirling) 4 for 13lb, best 4lb rainbow, M Reid (Airdrie) 4 for 12lb, J Daly (Stenhousemuir) 4 for 12lb, S Burns (Cumbernauld) 4 for 12lb, J Hall (Wishaw) 4 for 12lb, J Esplin (Bonnybridge) 4 for 12lb,A Wilson (Grangmouth) 4 for 12lb, J Marshall (Stirling) 4 for J Brown (Stirling) 3 for 8lb, J McNeil (Grangemouth) 3 for 7lb, M Wilson (Stirling) 2 for 7lb 8oz, J Daly (Stenhousemuir) 2 for 6lb, K McColl (Clackmannan) 2 for 6lb, For more information on Wellsfield Trout Fishery, please visit: www.wellsfield.co.uk GOLF Dollar Golf Club - Results Despite some light rain the weather held good for Round 6 and a second Division 1 win by Tommy Burt in the winter long Polish Cup competition held at Dollar on Saturday 4th January.

However, with the course and greens still very playable it was a new face in 14 years old Darwin Douglas who put together the round of the day with a handicap busting 42 Stableford points.

Saturday 4th January - Polish Cup (Round 6) Div 1: 1st Tommy Burt (10) 38 pts; 2nd Brian Miller (10) 38 pts; 3rd Kenneth Christie (5) 36 pts. Div 2: 1st Darwin Douglas (25) 42 pts; 2nd Stuart Morrison (14) 38 pts; 3rd John Mayes (21) 37 pts.

Dollar retains the use of summer greens, tees and fairways throughout the winter and other than preferred lies without recourse to mats or other seasonal restrictions.

In addition, for those seeking serious competition, there is a Gents 3 Player Scramble Open scheduled for Sunday 26th January.

Further, with the membership subscription reduced by £100 for 2014 now is a good time to join and at only £10 to play the course as a visitor, or less with current special offers, it is the place to be for your golf over the coming months.

For further information visit www.dollargolfclub.com.

Braehead GC The Golf Club has made a very substantial reduction to Juvenile Membership Fees for 2014.

They have been reduced by 50% to £42.50 this is a great opportunity for young players to join a fantastic golf club and course.

Seniors Ochil Shield The seniors have had a break over the Festive season but will resume on the 8th January 2014.

The winter Sewell competition started on the weekend of 16th November. The competition goes on throughout the winter Saturday & Sunday, with the players best 6 scores counting at the end of the competition in March. There are 2 divisions in the weekly competition.

Braehead Golf Club has been very busy over the festive period.

The club wishes to thank all the staff and catering for the work that they put in over this very busy time. All the members fully appreciate the commitment given to the club.

With the weather very wintery and cold, the Braehead faithful still showed up and proved that they can play in all weathers.

Saturday 28th Dec. round 13 Short course par 56 Division 1sweep, 1st: William J Crews 60-5=55acb, 2nd: William McArthur 61-6=55 3rd: David Finlayson 59-2=57acb Lowest gross: David Craig 62 Division 2 sweep:1st: Michael Dufton 65-11=54, 2nd: A. Fotheringham 64-8=56acb 3rd: Thomas Breen 64-8=56acb Lowest gross: R Docherty 63 Sunday 29th Dec. round 14 Short course par 56 Division 1sweep: 1st: James Jameison 61-7=54, 2nd: Thomas Todd 62-7=55acb, 3rd: Fraser Gray 60-5=55, Lowest gross: D Finlayson 59, Division 2 sweep 1st: M Dufton 64-11=53acb 2nd: Gerry Feeney 63-10=53 3rd: Peter Penman 63-9=54 Lowest gross: TCarroll 63 acb.

Saturday 4th Jan. round 15 Short course par 56 Division 1sweep: 1st: William Blair 62-5=57acb, 2nd: S Samuel 62-5=57acb 3rd: G Graham 61-4=57acb Lowest gross: R. Scobie 62acb Division 2 sweep 1st: Aaron McInally 64-10=54 2nd: Jim Brady 67-11=56 3rd: Robert Docherty 64-7=57 Lowest gross: W Aitken 65 Sunday 5th Jan. round 16 Short course par 56 Division 1sweep 1st: Brian Craig 57-6=51 2nd: Richard Scobie 58-3=55 3rd: John Murray 59-3=56acb Lowest gross: William Blair 61 Division 2 sweep 1st: Gerry Feeney 66-10=56acb 2nd: Robert Docherty 63-7=56 3rd: Neil Pearson 69-12=57 Lowest gross: W Aitken 65 Note: you can only win 1 prize in the sweep.

Well done to all for taking part.

ATHLETICS Central AC dominated the first indoor league match of the season with a record 10 teams finishing in top 3 positions. After a long break since the end of the outdoor season in September the athletes were raring to start the indoor season.

None more so than the under 13 girls who scored the most decisive victory possible winning every event. Much of the success came down to sisters Lucy & Abby Davison with Lucy taking a treble win in the 60m hurdles (10.38s), long jump (4.19m) and shot (7.21m) and Abby showing a clean pair of heels to the opposition with the sprint double in the 60m (8.93s) and 200m (29.5s). Further wins for Elizabeth Thompson (800m, 2:38.3) and Lucy Smith (High Jump, 1.30m) completed a historic clean sweep, never before achieved by a club team. The B team added to the success with Ciorstaidh Ainsworth (800m, 2:40.1) and Freya Walker (shot, 6.31m) completing a Central 1-2 with Emma Mailer (200m, 30.1s, 4th), Catriona Horrill (60m, 9.45s) and Mirren Latimer (Long Jump, 3.18m) bringing the B team into 4th place.

The under 17 women were also dominant with Emily Watson winning the 200m in a new senior club record 26.8s and Amy Gullen equalled her club record in winning the high jump (1.60m). Bevhan Trevis added a further win in the shot (8.61m) just short of her club record 9.02m set a few days earlier. The club dominated the 60m Hurdles with Sarah Pearson (9.22s) and Sophie Parsons (9.31s) well clear of the opposition for a 1-2. Sarah added a 3rd place in the 300m (45.7s) and Sophie a 3rd place in the 60m (8.38s). Jade Kane was 2nd in the long jump (4.46m) and won her heat of the 300m (46.9s) for 4th overall. Jodie Currie took 4th in the 800m (2:35.7) to bring the A team home in 1st with the B team 3rd and also on course for the final.

The under 20 women finished in joint 1st with Caroline Hilley clear winner in the 60m Hurdles (9.42s) and runner up at 200m (27.1s) and shot (6.69m) and 4th at 60m (8.69s). Emily Batchelor scored a win at high jump (1.40m) with 3rd at long jump (4.97m) and Emma Boyle took 2nd at 800m and 3rd at 400m (63.9s) to complete the win.

There were further 2nd places from the under 17 men, under 11 boys & girls and under 15 boys.

The Under 17 men were on form with a new club record for Ewan Corbett in the 400m who battled all the way against Scottish international Josh Kerr of Edinburgh losing out on the line with 53.1s. There was a 1-2 for brothers Ben & Lewis McGuire at High Jump with Ben equalling his best at 1.85m and a new pb for Lewis at 1.80m. Tom Chandler took 2nd at shot with 9.84m, Jamie Paterson took 5th at 800m in 2:11.8 with Cameron McCorgray (Long Jump, 5.11m), Jamie Price (60m, 200m & 400m) and Fraser McPherson (800m, 2:26.0) completing 2nd place for the A team and 3rd= for the B team.

The under 11 girls were led by Katie Burr scoring a double win at 600m (2:03) and standing long jump (1.86m). Jessica Turnbull took 2nd in the A 600m (2:12.8) and 60m (10.08s), Rowan Latimer was 3rd in A 600m (2:17.6) and standing long jump (1.67m), Amy Kirkpatrick 2nd (B 60m, 10.21s), Isobel Lawton 3rd (B Standing Long Jump, 1.48m) and Ceitidh Ainsworth 5th B 60m 10.8s gave the A team 2nd and B team 4th. The under 11 boys performed well with Ross Faichnie winning the B Standing Long Jump (1.72m), Ben Salmon 2nd at A 600m (2:03.3), Sandy Buchanan 3rd at A Standing Long Jump (1.68m), James Brown 4th B 600m (2:15.5), Luke Chandler 6th A 600m (2:06.2) and Mark Crosbee 6th B 600m (2:21.6).

The under 15 boys scored a 1-2 at high jump (Andrew Sweeney, 1.55m; Matt Chandler, 1.50m) and a win in the 60m (Kieran Halliday, 7.90s). 2nd for Jack Houghton at long jump (4.84m), 4th for Conor Ryan at 800m (2:27.4) and further good performances from Nathan Rix (Shot 6.89m), Ross McCorgray (Long Jump, 4.07m) and Tom Graham-Marr (800m, 2:26.6) completing the line up.

The under 13 boys also remain on course for the final with 3rd place. Mikey Herron won the high jump with 1.35m with Euan Bryce 3rd (1.25m). Eric Eskala was 2nd at shot (6.15m), Jack Haughton 4th at 200m (31.0s), Oscar Clarke 3rd at 60m (9.03s) with Euan Smith 5th (9.15s). Cameron Blance (12.54s) and Oscar Armstrong (12.71s) performed well at 60m hurdles. Ben MacMillan (800m, 2:46.5), Callum Byrne (800m, 2:48.7), Ross McKnight (200m, 30.1s), Andrew Methven (shot, 4.77m) and Aaron Taylor (Long Jump, 3.47m) added to the points. The under 15 girls were narrowly edged into 4th in a close match. Georgia Smith won the high jump in 1.50m and was 4th at 60m hurdles (10.3s). Catriona Laing took a fine win in the 300m (44.9s) and was 3rd at 60m (8.58s). Rachel Martin was 3rd at shot (8.17m) ahead of Rachael Methven in 4th (7.77m). Jenny Walls had a pb in the 800m (2:29.2) for 3rd with Heather Scott (800m, 2:40.9) and Kate Gallagher (Long Jump, 60m & 200m) completing the team score.

The under 20 men only had 2 athletes but still kept themselves in contention after Liam Halliday was 2nd at 200m (23.6s) and 3rd at 400m (52.7s) and Cameron Wilson performed well at 60m (8.03s) for 6th place.

EQUESTRIAN The British Equestrian Federation rounded off a superb 2013 for Wee County Vaulter Hannah Eccles by presenting her with a BEF Medal of Honour at The London International Horse Show, Olympia (21 December), for her outstanding achievement and contribution to the international equestrian world.

Eccles received the award alongside showjumper William Funnell and World Class Performance Manager for Showjumping Rob Hoekstra.

The medals were presented by BEF Chairman, Keith Taylor.

Hannah Eccles has been a stalwart member of the British vaulting squad and has competed at both junior and senior level individually, in team and pas de deux competitions.

Alongside Joanne, the sisters won the first ever medal for Great Britain (a silver) in the pas de deux at the World Equestrian Games in 2010, a feat they repeated at the European Championships a year later.

She has won four consecutive silver medals in pas de deux, three of these whilst studying at University.

Hannah is part of the Champions in Schools Programme and coaches aspiring young vaulters, including junior pas de deux pair Andrew McLachlan and Rebecca Norval, who won gold at the 2012 junior European Championships.

AMATEUR FOOTBALL - SDAFA Fixtures for Sat 11th Jan: Scottish Cup 5th rd:Galston Utd v Loganlea Utd,Stenhousemuir v Blochairn Star.

JF Colley Trophy 2nd rd:Milton FC v Slamannan, Riverside v Greenhill, Campsie v Grangemouth Rovers.

David McKinnon Memorial 1st rd:Bo’ness Cadora v Kildrum Utd,Redbrae v Condorrat, Tillicoultry v Bonnybridge YFP. 2nd rd:Gormac Th v Independent Premier Div:AFC Milton v Carronshore,Tullibody v Barrhill,California v Zetland.

1st Div:Callander Th v Fallin,Drumpellier Th v Sunnyside,Maddiston v Dunblane Th. 2nd Div:Doune Castle v Hillfoots,Polmont v Glenvale,Linlithgow Rose v Cumbernauld Ath,Stirling Boys Club v Auchengeich Miners Welfare.3rd Div:Forth Th v Cumbernauld Rovers,MLS Leeds v Carse Th,Beechwood Albion v Airth Castle Rovers, 1FC Abronhill v Denny.

East of Scotland Cup 3rd rd:Braehead v Edinburgh Utd Alba There will be a League Meeting on Thursday 9th. January in the Park Hotel at 7.00pm.