Blether with Brown: Downfield keeper saved every penalty in shoot-out By John Brown November 7 2016, 6.00am [[title]] [[text]] An error occurred. Please try again. [[success]] Email address Sign up Cammy Bell’s three first-half penalty saves for Dundee United at Dunfermline in September had plenty scurrying to the record books to see if it had been achieved before. Myself included, and we all came up with a blank. However, Carnoustie’s Jock Myles said it reminded him of another great goalkeeping show from the spot. “Grant Clark once saved every penalty in a shoot-out for Dundee junior side Downfield,” said Jock, a former match secretary and all-round supremo of the junior game in Tayside. Jock is pictured in this photo (above) from 1998. He was secretary of the Tayside Region Junior FA at the time and also in the photo is Graeme Finnan, captain and goalkeeper of North End FC, and Lochee Harp skipper Mike Kelly. The occasion was the Albert Herschell Trophy match, which was a curtain-raiser at the time to the local junior season, with all proceeds going to charity. Another bit of trivia is that Graeme played for the Scotland international football team, and is also the current Evening Telegraph sports editor. Already a subscriber? Sign in [[title]] [[text]] Close This article originally appeared on the Evening Telegraph website. For more information, read about our new combined website.