No warm-up for busy Wan­der­ers

The Courier & Advertiser (Dundee Edition) - - GOLF -

The first divi­sion of the Na­tional League makes a slow start due to Scot­land’s par­tic­i­pa­tion in Por­tu­gal so Men­zieshill have yet to play.

Not so for Dundee Wan­der­ers, who will play twice this week­end.

Wan­der­ers will be keen to fol­low up their good start against Stepps with two more vic­to­ries over In­ver­leith and Aberdeen Gram­mar to­mor­row in their bid to bounce straight back to Divi­sion 1.

Perthshire made a great start against Falkirk and must re­peat that form against Carnegie, who also be­gan with a win over In­ver­leith.

Perthshire’s high scor­ing form should see them through, in ad­di­tion to home ad­van­tage for the sec­ond game.

Men­zieshill II are again away as they start their Cen­tral Divi­sion 2 pro­gramme but that should not pre­vent them from record­ing their sec­ond win.

Dundee Wan­der­ers II en­tered the Cen­tral League in Divi­sion 2 last sea­son but that has been dis­banded by due to a fall in num­bers.

For­tu­nately, Wan­der­ers II have been ac­com­mo­dated in Mid­land Divi­sion 1, but that may not be the prepa­ra­tion they had hoped for.

Their first game will be a week to­mor­row as other teams make fresh ar­range­ments to ac­com­mo­date the Wan­der­ers team.

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