The game kicked off at Putyan Park, Dalry in torrential rain. There was about 40 Arran spectators who have made the trip to see Arran in their historic first league encounter.
Southend Football Club continued their winning ways by convincingly defeating Northend in Monday night’s game which brings the undefeated team ever-closer to winning the Arran Dairies league title. Brodick meanwhile, were unable to muster a team to face Lamlash and had to cancel the fixture.
Football results Monday July 30
Providing footballers with a possible taste of the training opportunities available to them, potential players in the Isle of Arran Amateur Football Club (AAFC) received an evening of advanced training from Scottish Football Association development coach Craig Hamilton.
The tables were turned in Monday nights football fixture when, in a surprising move that no-one would of predicted, beleaguered Northend defeated Lamlash to score their first league points of the season in a game against battle hardened Lamlash.
In the second game of the evening, Southend lay siege to a hastily arranged Shiskine team who were mercilessly defeated in a game that resulted in a one goal reply against their victors riotous streak of 16.
A sporting initiative to create a league team to compete against mainland football teams has got off on the right foot with a tide of support from the Arran community which has helped to secure some sponsorship and an official interview with the Ayrshire Sunday League Amateur Football Association.