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Give your all against Livi

Livingston may be soaring clear at the top of League One this season, but one side they’ve struggled to put in their place is East Fife.

East Fife
Oakwood boss Amit Patni, left, with Kennoway's current top goal scorer Kyle Wilson, right

Star on their way to “something special”

Kennoway Star Hearts manager Alex Davidson has said that his team are on the “verge of something special” as they head into a top of the table league clash this weekend that could see them go top of the Junior East League.

East Fife's Jonathan Page is presented with the Ladbrokes League 1 Player of the Month award. Pic by SNS.

Full-time football is not for me

Jonathan Page insists he’d turn down a return to full-time football if it was offered to him after he was named the Ladbrokes League One Player of the Month.

East Fife
Raith boss Gary Locke is enduring a tough run of form. Pic: Michael Gillen

Raith effort in vain as winless streak continues in Greenock

Morton 2 Raith Rovers 0

Raith Rovers
James Penrice's excellent cross was headed home by Ross Brown.

Airdrieonians 2-2 East Fife

It says something about how far East Fife have come that they left the Excelsior Stadium with a sense of disappointment at only having picked up one point.

East Fife
John Ovenstone wants his side to play at a quicker pace.

Saints put in hard work to turn their season around

St Andrews United’s festive period was full of hard graft, and boss Craig Morrison says the side is raring to kick-start its season.

07-01-2017. Picture Michael Gillen. KIRKCALDY. Stark's Park. Raith Rovers FC v Falkirk FC. SPFL Ladbrokes Championship. Gary Locke and Darren Jackson.

Go-kart outing can get Raith motoring again

Raith Rovers boss Gary Locke hopes an afternoon of go-karting can help his side return to top gear in the Championship.

Raith Rovers
Jonathan Page, left, and Barry Smith display their awards (picture by SNS Group Paul Devlin)

Double award triumph for East Fife

Deepest, dark December has turned out to have been a bright, cheery month for East Fife manager Barry Smith and defender Jonathan Page – both of whom have scooped awards.

Scott Mercer, right, in action for East Fife (picture by George McLuskie)

Bayview’s Mercer rejoins ex-boss

East Fife defender Scott Mercer has teamed up once again with manager Gary Naysmith in a transfer to Queen of the South.

John Ovenstone wants his side to play at a quicker pace.

Pick up your pace or we’ll keep dropping points

Following a frustrating draw last weekend, Tayport will be hoping to claim all three East Premier League points on Saturday.

Declan McManus is denied a much-needed goal by a wonder save from Falkirk goalkeeper Danny Rodgers on Saturday. Pic: Michael Gillen

I’m giving 100 per cent - I just need a goal

Declan McManus has vowed to keep giving 100 per cent for Raith Rovers after becoming a scapegoat for the team’s recent lack of goals.

Raith Rovers
Raith Rovers chief executive Eric Drysdale

Raith chief defends quadruple transfer deal with Rangers

Raith Rovers have moved to address concerns surrounding the transfer of David Bates to Rangers as part of a quadruple deal involving the two clubs.

Raith Rovers
Kyle Watson pulls the trigger as Cupar probe the East Linton goal.

Cupar Hearts 2-0 East Linton

Cupar Hearts kicked off their new year in style by booking their place in the last 32 of the Scottish Cup after a hard-fought victory over Edinburgh side East Linton.

AM Soccer Club's goal scorer and man of the match, Callum Houston.

Am Soccer Club - 3-0 Kirkcaldy Ams

Kirkcaldy made the trip to Duffus Park for the third time this season, again on cup duty, and AMsoccer were keen to avenge the two previous defeats.

Sean Wright - Fife Thistle.

Rosyth 3-1 Fife Thistle

For the opening game of 2017 Thistle made the trip down to Rosyth to face a side who had recorded five consecutive wins.

Tayport's David Geekie was unable to guide the side to a win. (Stock image)

Tayport 1-1 Bathgate Thistle

In the first East Premier League fixture of 2017, a late equaliser by striker Dale Reid rescued a point for an under par Tayport.

John Martin equlaise for Glenrothes, but its Penicuik who go through to the next round

Penicuik knock Glens out of cup

Glenrothes travelled to Midlothian to play high flying Superleague outfit Penicuik in this second round East of Scotland Cup tie.

The action is thick as St Monans see off Freuchie.

St Monans Swallows 5-2 Freuchie

St Monans welcomed Freuchie to Recreation Park on Saturday in the first competitive match of 2017.

Hat-trick hero Kyle Wilson

Scorching football helps thaw

This first meeting between the clubs of theseason was to serve up something special for the hardy supporters who turned up on a cold winter day.

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