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Balwearie boy is hat-trick hero at Midnight League

Scoring a hat-trick at any level of football is a special feeling, but to net three in a high-profile tournament takes some beating, as youngster Joe Meldrum found out.

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Aaron Lennox makes a save against St Mirren last season. Pic: Fife Photo Agency

Captain & ‘keeper to sign as Raith get back to work

Raith Rovers returned to preseason training today (Thursday) with new boss Barry Smith still to put the finishing touches to his squad.

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Work is ongoing to lay new astroturf at Bayview.

Your chance to quiz Bayview pitch group

East Fife fans will have their chance to pick the brains of those behind the laying of a new surface at Bayview.

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John Ovenstone takes his Tayport side away from home in their opening league game.

Club’s getting set for kick off

Both Tayport FC and St Andrews United are away from home to start the new season on August 5.

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Glenrothes Strollers are ready to open their community clubhouse.

Pavillion kicks off a new chapter for Strollers

Glenrothes Strollers are hoping their new clubhouse can help boost involvement in sport across the area.

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Kennoway's Ross Brewster.

Kennoway heading to Kelty for pre-season festival

Kennoway Star Hearts have been invited to visit the home of last season’s Super League winners, Kelty Hearts, for their annual pre-season tournament.

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Fife boss Darren Young.

Fifers prepare for friendly fire

East Fife will play three pre-season games away from home before the competitive campaign kicks off in the middle of July.

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The Glenrothes Strollers U15 squad which won the Fife Cup.

Strollers clinch Fife Cup

The football season finished on a memorable note for Glenrothes Strollers U15 squad, as they won the Fife Cup.

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Noah Carstairs

Super Noah snapped up by Hearts

Cupar’s Noah Carstairs has taken his first steps into the ranks of professional football by signing a youth contract with Heart of Midlothian.

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United will be hoping goals from Daryl Falconer can spare them any relegation troubles next season.

Survival news was a welcome surprise for United manager

Craig Morrison insists news of St Andrews United’s reprieve from relegation out of the East Premier League came totally out of the blue.

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Stark's Park - Kirkcaldy - Fife - 
Raith  new signing GREIG SPENCE  - 
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I left Raith a boy .... now I’m returning a man

Greig Spence rejoined Raith Rovers last week and is hoping to show supporters that he is an improved player from the one that left the club three years ago.

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Raith new signings (from left) Greig Spence, Euan Murray and Liam Buchanan. Credit- Fife Photo Agency

Raith boss backs strikers to fire promotion push

Barry Smith reckons he has the strike force to fire Raith Rovers to promotion after securing the services of two proven goalscorers.

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St Andrews boss Craig Morrison.

United given relief from the drop

St Andrews United have been given a dramatic reprieve from relegation.

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Darren Young.

Club helps Young feel at home

The atmosphere at Bayview couldn’t have been more welcoming to new manager Darren Young.

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Leigh Griffiths scored direct from a freekick.

Scotland 2 England 2 : Late drama in Hampden sunshine

Sunburn or away shirt? It was hard to tell with the Scotland fans.

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Lisa Evans gave Scotland the lead early on. Picture Michael Gillen.

Scotland 2 Romania 0: Friendly fires Euro hopes

Scotland are warming up nicely for the European Championships in Holland later this summer.

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From left: Raith boss Barry Smith with new signings Liam Buchanan, Euan Murray and Greig Spence. Pic: Fife Photo Agency

Statement of intent as Raith complete triple signing coup

Raith Rovers boss Barry Smith has made his first signings bringing two prolific strikers and a promising defender to the club.

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St Andrews Colts 06s

Football festival helps kick off gala season

The annual Balmullo 5s made its return to the village park across the weekend - with the football festivail hailed as one of the best yet.

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