The season is over for Broughty Athletic following last nights local derby draw against Lochee United, we look back on some stats for the Fed during the 2017/18 season which started away back early August 2017…
Including League and Cup games, the Fed played 33 games, won 11, lost 15 and drawn 7…
The Fed were knocked out of all three cup competitions at the first hurdle, losing 4-1 at home to East Craigie in the East of Scotland Cup, 3-1 at home to Bathgate Thistle in the Scottish Cup and 4-1 away to Tayport in the GA Engineering Cup.
Broughty finished the season Super League season with 40 points from thirty games compared to the previous season where they finished with 43 points in seventh place.
The Fed scored 48 goals this season in the league compared to 46 last season and conceded 56 goals compared to last seasons 55.
In the scoring charts, Kevin Milne finished this season’s top goalscorer with 13 goals in all competitions. Next to him with 6 goals was Brian Clark then Jamie Winter on 5 goals.
The Feds biggest win of the season was a triumphant 6-2 win at the hands of near neighbours Carnoustie Panmure back in the start of October 2017 at Laing Park with goals from Kevin Milne, scoring a hat-trick, Jamie Winter scoring a double and Graham Hay.
The Feds biggest defeat was a 5-0 thumping from Super League leaders Bonnyrigg Rose at the start of May at New Dundas Park.
The Fed conceded four goals in a game on six different occasions in league and cup against East Craigie(cup), Linlithgow Rose, Penicuik Athletic, Tayport(cup), Broxburn Athletic and more recently Hill of Beath.
The Fed’s best winning run of form was just two wins on the trot against Bo’ness United 4-1 and Kennoway Star Hearts 4-2, both games at home at Whitton Park. At the start of the season, the Fed gained seven points from their first three games with two wins against Sauchie and Forfar West End and a 1-1 draw against Kennoway Star Hearts, their best unbeaten run of form in the league.
The Fed’s worst run of form saw them lose four in a row, 3-0 against Dundonald Bluebell in the league, 4-1 against local side East Craigie in the EOS Cup, then a 2-1 home defeat against Camelon followed up with a 4-1 away defeat against Linlithgow Rose in the league.
Our Website Admin team would like to take this opportunity to say a massive thank you to everyone for visiting the BAJFC website over the season and the previous two seasons, for reading our stories and viewing our photos. It has been an absolute pleasure and an honour to bring this website to everyone as one of the top websites out there in the Junior scene and area. Hopefully, it can be carried on for more seasons to come…