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Kirkcaldy YM appoint first female coach

Kirkcaldy YM have become the first junior football club in Fife to appoint a woman coach.

East Fife have lost Gary Naysmith to Queen of the South

East Fife boss Naysmith departs for Queen of the South

East Fife are searching for a new manager after Gary Naysmith was confirmed as the new boss at Championship side Queen of the South.

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Raith Rovers Community Foundation chief Paul Doig and the Raith Rovers squad are supporting Forth one Mission Christmas -  credit - fife photo agency -

Raith fans pitch in to ease financial strain on income-starved club

Raith Rovers supporters have stepped in to help the board of directors through a difficult financial period by making a sizeable donation to the club coffers.

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The Fifers were held at Bayview by League Two City.

East Fife 1-1 Edinburgh City

East Fife are still in the Scottish Cup - but they'll have to do things the hard way if they want to progress any further.

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Stenhousemuir managerial duo Brown Ferguson and Davie Irons.

Warriors’ East Fife match rescheduled

Stenhousemuir have rescheduled their match with East Fife.

Raith development coach Craig Easton with young players James Berry, Ryan Stevenson and David McKay - credit - FPA  -

Rovers’ future looking full of Easton promise

The future of Raith Rovers has never looked brighter thanks to the work being carried out by development squad head coach Craig Easton.

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Scott Orrock - new Saints signing

Craig had no hesitation in becoming a Saint

Craig Morrison admitted it was a “no brainer” to take the helm at St Andrews United.

Sergio Alvarez is set to return for Tayport.

Tayport aiming to take the sting out of Bathgate Thistle

In common with many venues across the east region, the Canniepairt failed last Saturday’s morning pitch inspection.

Raith manager Gary Locke was unhappy with his team's performance against Ayr on Tuesday.

Locke disappointed with Raith showing against Ayr

Raith Rovers were three minutes from victory on Tuesday night - but boss Gary Locke admitted that his team would not have deserved it.

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Glenrothes and Thornton were unable to play at the weekend - but Kennoway were in action.

Football clubs are put into cold storage

It didn’t take long for the winter season to bite at the local football fixture list.

Joel Coustrain fires home Raith's opener against Ayr. Pic: Fife Photo Agency

Two dropped points for Raith after late Ayr equaliser

Raith Rovers 1 Ayr United 1
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Raith defender Iain Davidson. Pic: FPA

Raith defender targets another clean sheet against Ayr

Iain Davidson is hoping to continue his unbeaten record as a right back when Raith Rovers entertain Ayr United tonight.

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Kennoway's Nathan Doig battling for the ball

Kennoway 0-2 Dalkeith Thistle

KSH were looking to keep their run of six straight wins in the league at home going as they welcomed Dalkeith Thistle in what would prove to be a frustrating afternoon for the home side.

Raith Rovers badge.

Another goalless draw for uninspired Rovers

Dumbarton 0 Raith Rovers 0
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East Fife 1-2 Queen's Park

Despite really wanting to, sometimes you just can't find the positives in something.

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Jim Pitcaithly (38) from Kirkcaldy is overjoyed after winning 4 trophies this year. Irish Masters, British Championship, Scottish Championship and Cowdenbeath Track Champion. Pic: Steven Brown

Patience pays off for Kirkcaldy racer Jim

After 23 years without success, Jim Pitcaithly thought he’d missed his chance of winning a stock car racing championship.

Craig Wedderburn in action for St Andrews United.

Ex-Raith defender signs for Dundonald in unique swap deal

Dundonald Bluebell last night completed a unique transfer exchange with St Andrews United.

New Saints boss Craig Morrison

Craig is the right man for the Saints

Former Dundonald Bluebell boss Craig Morrison has taken the helm at St Andrews United after Ian Barrett stood down.

Raith manager Gary Locke and assistant Darren Jackson promote the fact that Raith fans can now have their names printed on the steps at Stark's Park.

Travel disruption warnings as Rovers head west to face Dumbarton

Raith Rovers will hope to overcome traffic disruption on Saturday and stay on track in the promotion race with a victory over Dumbarton.

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