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Locke hails best performance so far as Raith romp to victory in Falkirk

Falkirk 2 Raith Rovers 4

Tayport boss John Ovenstone wants to see a big improvement from his side.

Every place is now up for grabs after Glens loss

The second round of the ETHX Energy Scottish Junior Cup dominates tomorrow’s football card, with Tayport travelling west to meet Blantyre Vics.

Barry Sibanda inspired a Saints comeback at the weekend.

Forward thinking Saints have plenty in attack.

St Andrews United boss Ian Barrett reckons his side is packing the firepower to shoot them up the Premier League table.

Gary Locke, Raith Rovers manager

Raith boss considers January move for target man

Raith Rovers boss Gary Locke was delighted with the defensive display against Hibs on Saturday, but conceded that his team is lacking a physical presence up front.

Mark Stewart made his latest substitute appearance against Hibs on Saturday. Pic: Fife Photo Agency

Raith striker ‘chomping at the bit’ after spell on the bench

Mark Stewart is desperate to reclaim his place in the side after becoming a regular substitute under boss Gary Locke.

Antonio Calderon in action for Rovers

Title winning Antonio returns for induction into Hall of Fame

Championship winning manager Antonio Calderon will be inducted into the Raith Rovers’ Hall of Fame next month.

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we’ve shown we can cope

we’ve shown we can cope

The first quarter of the league season came to an end at the weekend with Bayview boss Gary Naysmith content with how his side have fared.

Jordan Austin scored his first goal for Saints - and what a goal it was.

Whitburn 2-2 St Andrews

St Andrews returned from Whitburn with a well deserved point.

The curse of the manager of the month award struck East Fife, with the Methil men going down 1-0.

Queen's Park 1-0 East Fife

East Fife were shut out at the National Stadium as Queen's safely kept hold of all three points.
James Ketchen (left) hit the bar late on for Pittenweem.

Methilhill Strollers 2-1 Pittenweem Rovers

Rovers travelled to Methilhill to face Strollers in the second league encounter between the two sides this season, with Rovers edging the first match.

Linlithgow Rose v Thornton Hibs. Picture: James Clare

Thornton give Super League Rose a scare

Linlithgow Rose 2 Thornton Hibs 1

Stephen Forbes scored both Glenrothes goals in Saturday's win over Tayport.

Forbes at the double as Glens defeat Tayport

Glenrothes 2 Tayport 0

East Fife Ladies wrapped up the league title on Sunday..

East Fife Ladies 4-2 Dunfermline

The champagne corks were popping across King George V Park at the weekend as East Fife Ladies became SWFL North First Division winners.

Bobby Barr is brought down by David Gray in the latter stages of the game. Pic: Walter Neilson, FPA

Raith unable to take advantage of 10-man Hibs

Raith Rovers 0 Hibernian 0

Barry Sibanda will be aiming to shoot St Andrews United to three Premier League points on Saturday.

Our performance wasn’t reflected in the scoreline

St Andrews manager Ian Barrett wants his side to maintain their performance levels from the weekend when they travel to Whitburn on Saturday.

Tayport's David Geekie (11) on the break.

I was proud of every one of you, says ‘Port gaffer

There will be a Fife derby at the Warout Stadium tomorrow when Tayport head to Glenrothes with East Premier League points up for grabs.

Jamie Insall has made a real impact since joining the Fifers for a second loan spell.

Hibs help Insall to award

East Fife striker Jamie Insall has pointed to extra time spent on the training ground as one of the main reasons for winning the Ladbrokes League One Player of the Month award for September.

East Fife boss Gary Naysmith.

East Fife boss Gary Naysmith picks up manager of the month award

East Fife manager Gary Naysmith has paid tribute to his players and staff after collecting the Ladbrokes League One Manager of the Month award for September - and insists it shows how much the club have progressed during his tenure.

Garry O'Connor

Defeats are down to giving away cheap goals, says boss

Cutting out sloppy defending and surrendering cheap goals are the objectives as Selkirk FC take advantage of a break in the Lowland League card.

Gary Locke (picture by Fife Photo Agency)


Rovers’ boss Gary Locke hailed the international break as a great thing for his squad in terms of boosting his selection choices.

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