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Easton’s boys are the pride of Raith Rovers

Craig Easton’s under 20s are the pride of Raith Rovers after becoming league champions this week.

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Tayports Sergio Alvarez (left) again pulled the strings. (Stock image)

Violet 1-2 Tayport

On Wednesday evening, a cracking injury-time strike by Jamie Mackie earned ‘Port a victory at Glenesk Park against bottom club Violet.

Raith will still secure their safety if they win in St Mirren on Saturday.

Last gasp free-kick denies Raith vital point

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Jordan Austin and Chris Kane put Rovers 'keeper Ross Stewart under pressure.

Play-offs are in fife hands

East Fife can go a long way to securing a play-off place on Saturday when they face fellow promotion chasers Airdrieonians.

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Kyle Wilson is set for the Super League after his 29 goals helped Kennoway to promotion.

Kennoway will hold their own

Kyle Wilson insists Kennoway Star Hearts are more than capable of holding their own in the Super League.

Alan Tulleth hit a double as Tayport reached the final of a tournament they have a lot of recent history in. Stock image.

Kirrie Thistle 1-3 Tayport

On-form Tayport won through to the final of the inter-regional GA Engineering Cup for the second time in three seasons when they defeated hosts Kirrie at Westview Park.

Cupars Sutherland clears during Cupars meeting with Kinross.

Cupar Hearts 3-1 Kinross

Cupar Hearts’ multitude of games continued this past week with more midweek fixtures.

Glenrothes had to do without on-loan striker Ross Mutch who was called back by parent club East Fife.

Glenrothes 3-3 Arniston Rangers

Once again Glens were down to the bare bones for their last home game of the season with both Costello and Mutch called up by there respective senior clubs.

East Fife are back up to third with just two games left to play.

Albion Rovers 0-1 East Fife

A few seconds of quality and desire from an on-loan, 20-year-old centre half forced East Fife back into the play-off mix.

Tayport Juniors in previous action (picture by Dave Scott)

Tayport motivated by cup final chance

Tayport’s bid for a silver lining to their season continues tomorrow (Saturday) when they travel to Westview Park to take on Kirrie Thistle in the semi-finals of the GA Engineering Cup.

St Andrews United exert pressure on Glenrothes here in a previous game (picture by Peter Adamson).

Three points essential for St Andrews in final game

St Andrews United’s boss has described his side’s final league game of the season as an “absolute must” for three points when they return from a week’s break.

Raith Rovers manager John Hughes. Pic: Michael Gillen

Raith boss sets target for relegation run-in

Raith Rovers boss John Hughes believes four more points are required to save the club from relegation.

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Craig Barr is mobbed by his team mates after scoring the opening goal against Morton -  credit- Fife Photo Agency

Barr determined to repay Raith with Championship safety

Craig Barr insists he will be doing everything in his power to help save Raith Rovers from the drop to repay the club for sticking by him during his injury hell.

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Dundonald scorer Barry Sibanda (second from left) is congratulated by his team mates. Pic: Dave Scott

Brilliant Bluebell hit Bo’ness for five

Dundonald Bluebell’s remarkable rise as a Superleague force showed no sign of slowing down as they thrashed big guns Bo’ness United at Moorside Park on Saturday.

New Bayview - the home of East Fife. Pic: Tam Pelan

Juniors in talks with East Fife over possible groundshare

Junior side Kennoway Star Hearts are in talks with East Fife over a possible ground share at Bayview next season.

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East Fife manager Barry Smith

East Fife injury list blamed for dip in form

Barry Smith admits his lengthy injury list is really starting to damage to club’s promotion ambitions.

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Peterhead's Jamie Redman and Patt Slattery challenge for the ball. Pic: Duncan Brown

Slattery not giving up on East Fife’s promotion hopes

There’s no doubt East Fife are in the thick of a really bad run, but Methil midfielder Pat Slattery says nobody around the club is feeling sorry for themselves.

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Ross Matthews fires home the second goal in the 2-0 win over Morton. Pic: Fife Photo Agency

Raith win seals perfect day for goal hero Matthews

His parents may have selected him, but Raith Rovers midfielder Ross Matthews certainly earned his man of the match award against Morton on Saturday.

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The Methil men slumped to defeat at home to Peterhead.

East Fife 1-2 Peterhead

A few weeks back East Fife boss Barry Smith called on his side to make sure their impressive season wasn’t allowed to just peter out.

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Craig Barr celebrates after heading Raith into the lead against Morton. Pic: Fife Photo Agency

Raith earn huge three points in must-win match

Raith Rovers 2 Morton 0

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