3s Match Reports


Ladies 3s determined to prove themselves.

 

Dunfermline Carnegie 3’s were determined to build on their performance from the previous weeks, in a fixture against Watsonians 6’s away at Mary Erskine playing fields. After a draw last week, Carnegie were determined to score more goals and bag a win.

The first half was high energy with Watsonians scoring...Read More »


Carnegie's Ladies 3s draw with Borders

Carnegie played Reivers at home on a slightly windy, overcast Saturday. After a difficult start to the season and a defeat last week, the team were determined to improve. Unfortunately, Reivers scored a goal within the first 5 minutes however Carnegie kept their heads up though and fought back.

Fiona McPhie...Read More »


Carnegie Ladies 3s v Cala Ladies 4s

Dunfermline Carnegie Ladies 3s played away at Meggetland in Edinburgh to face off against Cala 4s on Saturday. The high rainfall earlier on that day meant there was extra surface water on the pitch, and created challenging conditions to control the ball.

 

Cala started out strong, gaining most of the possession...Read More »


Ladies 3s narrow defeat to Inverleith

Dunfermline Carnegie ladies 3s played Inverleith ladies 3s on Saturday 2nd October at home on a changeable autumnal afternoon.  Inverleith started play with pass back which was evenly matched by both teams in the first half.  Both teams were able to counter strongly and both had a strong defensive press. ...Read More »


Ladies 3s v Preston Lodge 2s Match Report

Carnegie played at home to Preston Lodge on Saturday 18th September and after a draw last weekend the ladies were full of determination to get a win. From the beginning, Carnegie gained possession of the ball and within the first 5 minutes they were awarded a penalty corner which they...Read More »


Ladies 3s Back in Action After 18 Month Hiatus

Dunfermline Carnegie Ladies 3rd XI V Livingston and West Lothian Ladies 2nd XI

After an 18-month break from competitive games Carnegie’s first match of the season was met with a mix of excitement and nerves. Both teams, with nothing to lose, gave it their all and the first half saw some...Read More »