A man is in hospital after falling overboard in a harbour. Emergency services received a call at around 7.20pm on Sunday to reports the man had gone into the water at Montrose harbour. The local lifeboat attended along with the coastguard helicopter and ambulance service. He was airlifted to hospital by the helicopter.
Stephen Dobbie scored a first-half hat-trick as Queen of the South thrashed Montrose 5-0 to win their Ladbrokes Championship play-off semi-final 6-2 on aggregate.
Ross Campbell’s brace means Montrose will take a 2-1 lead into the second leg of their Scottish Championship play-off semi-final against Queen of the South.
Brechin were relegated from Ladbrokes League One after being held 1-1 at home by 10-man Stenhousemuir.
Partick Thistle condemned Queen of the South to the Ladbrokes Championship relegation play-off semi-finals following a 3-0 victory at Palmerston Park.
Stenhousemuir seized the initiative in the battle to avoid automatic relegation from Scottish League One as a 1-1 draw with East Fife moved them off the foot of the table.
Montrose moved within one goal of the Ladbrokes League One play-off places with a comfortable 3-0 win over Brechin.
Artisana, Kirriemuir And now for something completely different. Back in 2013, Ailsa Hayward found a rusty old van, abandoned and alone. It was love at first sight. Fast forward a few years and that van – Fleur – is now a regular at shows, weddings, fayres and other events. And the good news is she’s been completely restored and renewed – and is filled with divine cakes, bakes and other goodies made by Ailsa. How do fudgy brownies, sweet and salty rocky road and crispy leek and mature cheddar savoury mini muffins grab you? Ailsa will be out and about a lot with Fleur over the next few months – you can catch them at Bonfest in Kirriemuir in April, Mofest in Montrose in May and Dogs Day Out at Glamis Castle in July.