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King set to reign over Tayport

It’s been all change at the Canniepairt with John Ovenstone leaving the manager’s position but being quickly replaced.

The Fifers signed off their Betfred Cup campaign with a win.

East Fife 3-2 Elgin City

East Fife will go into the start of the competitive season next week with a confidence boosting win in their back pocket.

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9 Liam Buchanan makes it 1-5

Raith too strong for Highland League Buckie

Raith Rovers made light work of Highland League Buckie Thistle in the Betfred cup, despite an early scare from the home side.

Hearts 3-0 East Fife

Hearts 3-0 East Fife

East Fife were forced to soak up more than relentless Hearts pressure in near monsoon conditions at Tynecastle.
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Picture quiz: Name the Scottish football stars by their Corinthian figurine

Among the seemingly endless number of collectable playground crazes of the 1990s was the popular range of football models produced by Corinthian. At their height, these little figures sold by the truck load.

Ross Callachan captained Raith for the first time at Tannadice on Saturday. Pic: George McLuskie

Callachan proud to wear Raith armband

It’s been a summer of change at Stark’s Park, with a freshened up squad under the tutelage of a new management team, looking to win promotion from a division they last participated in back in 2009.

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Raith Rovers boss Barry Smith. Pic: George McLuskie

Raith ‘going in the right direction’ despite defeats

Barry Smith believes Raith Rovers are heading in the right direction despite starting the Betfred Cup with back-to-back defeats.

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Pav Ostrovskis, one of Newburgh's summer signings.

Weekend of friendly action for our clubs

The area’s three junior football sides are all in friendly action this weekend as preparation for the new league campaign ramps up.

Peterhead's Willie Gibson heads clear from Pat Slattery. Pic by Dundan Brown.

We must take our chances against the Jambos

Darren Young wants his side to develop a clinical touch this weekend when East Fife travel to meet Premiership side Hearts in the Betfred Cup.

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Eck Davidson and Craig Johnstone.

Johnstone in at Kennoway as boss steps aside

Former East Fife defender Craig Johnstone has taken over as manager of Kennoway Star Hearts on an interim basis.

Lewis Vaughan celebrates his 89th minute equaliser, before Dundee snatched the victory. Pic: Fife Photo Agency

Last gasp Dundee winner harsh on Raith

Raith Rovers 1 Dundee 2

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East Fife again force Dunfermline to check back during a well drilled defensive showing at Bayview. Pic by G McLuskie.

East Fife 0-0 Dunfermline Athletic (Dunfermline win 9-8 on penalties)

East Fife proved they'll be no pushover for anybody when the new league campaign kicks off.
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Raith striker Liam Buchanan looks for a way past United defender Lewis Toshney. Pic: Eddie Doig

Raith boss upbeat despite cup defeat at Tannadice

Dundee United 2 Raith Rovers 0

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Kieran Band has extended his contract at Kennoway.

Band will play on for Kennoway

With the season only a few weeks away, Kennoway Star Hearts have been given some welcome news.

Chris Kane again skippered the club in their opening Betfred Cup group match. (Stock image)

Peterhead 1-0 East Fife

A new look East Fife stuttered into the 2017/18 season at Peterhead.
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Former Thornton Hibs player and a previous top goalscorer, Adam Drummond, is back playing at Memorial Park.

Hibs have a rest while Juniors hit the net

Both Glenrothes and Kennwoay Star Hearts had fairly high-scoring encounters on Saturday with their local amateur cousins, as pre-season friendly games kicked off.

Kennoway Star Hearts in action last season.

Kennoway construct a Super League squad

Kennoway Star Hearts are taking a measured and methodical approach to player talks this summer, to ensure the signings they make are the correct ones.

Restructure when season kicks off

Restructure when season kicks off

There will be a new look to amateur football in Fife this season when the new campaign kicks off in August.

The Scottish Ladies' squad which played last week - and won - at Stark's Park (picture by Fife Photo Agency)

Stark’s Park hosts Scottish ladies’ friendly victory ahead of Euro 2017

Stark’s Park provided the backdrop as Scotland’s women footballers ensured they would enter their first major tournament on the back of a victory.

A group of some of those who took part in the charity game.

Care and compassion shines through as £1000 is netted by charity football encounter at KHS

A charity football match organised by the Raith Ladies’ shotstopper has proved such a success it is set to become an annual event.

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