Unbeaten Doghouse Thistle crowned winners of indoor league

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The indoor football finals have come to a close with the champions of the league crowned last Sunday.

Sunday nights (March 19) final between Doghouse Thistle and Fiorantina Turner saw the Doghouse take home the trophy after winning 1-0.

Michael Ellis (left) Darren Quigg tackle for the ball. PICTURE IAIN FERGUSON, THE WRITE IMAGE. F12 Indoor Football 2no IF
Michael Ellis (left) Darren Quigg tackle for the ball. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, The Write Image

Indoor League sponsor Sammy Cameron (left) presented the winners trophy to Dave Forbes – captain of the unbeaten Doghouse Thistle – with league organise Bobby MacMillan (right).

Doghouse Andy Martin pursues Iain MacLellan. PICTURE IAIN FERGUSON, THE WRITE IMAGE. F12 Indoor Football 3no IF
Doghouse Andy Martin pursues Iain MacLellan. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, The Write Image.