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Donation will help boost club’s community hub

The former cricket pavillion near to Duffus Park is set to be given a much needed facelift thanks to a local football club and a town supermarket.

Stark's Park - Kirkcaldy - Fife -  Raith Rovers v Dundee Utd - man of the match M'voto -  credit- Fife Photo Agency

My future can wait until Raith are safe

Raith Rovers defender Jean-Yves M’voto insists that his own future is on hold until the team’s place in the Championship has been secured.

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St Andrews boss Craig Morrison pitched himself into the side which faced Whitburn.

Crucial Dundee clash ahead for St Andrews

Few games have been as crucial in the recent history of St Andrews United as this weekend’s visit to Dundee Violet.

Jamie Mackie (7) netted for Tayport the last time they faced this weekends opponents, Arniston.

Canniepairt men aiming to get on the goal trail

Tayport will be hoping to bounce back from last Saturday’s defeat in Dalkeith, when they play host to Arniston Rangers tomorrow with East Premier League points again up for grabs.

Alex Cooper made his home debut for the Fifers at the weekend. Picture by G McLuskie.

Brechin will be a different proposition

Barry Smith is expecting a fresh test when his side meets Brechin City at Glebe Park this weekend.

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Cameron Hemphill from Ladybank

Cameron has been making waves with DSF

Ladybank swimmer Cameron Hemphill hasn’t looked back since being introduce to Disability Sport Fife by physiotherapist Joyce Cummings in 2013.

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Raith Rovers v Dundee Utd -
Ryan Hardie is congratulated after scoring - 
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Raith boss Hughes delighted with players’ reaction

Raith Rovers boss John Hughes praised his players for giving him the reaction he wanted to his post-match rant at Dumbarton.

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United hold their line against Whitburn.

St Andrews United 3-3 Whitburn

St Andrews faced a Whitburn team who, like themselves, need points to ensure they stay in the East Premier League.

Scott Small scored YM's consolation goal.

Final scoreline harsh on YM

Kirkcaldy YM 1 Blackburn United 4

Ryan Gray works some space for himself as Cupar Hearts go on the attack.

Strathmiglo 0-3 Cupar Hearts

It was a day for the diehards last Saturday afternoon as Cupar Hearts travelled to a rain drenched Strathmiglo to face local rivals Strathmiglo United.

Ross Matthews holds his head after being struck by a coin thrown from the crowd. Pic: Youtube

Raith player struck by coin thrown from crowd

Raith Rovers have launched an investigation after one of their players was struck by a coin thrown from the crowd during Saturday's victory over Dundee United at Stark's Park.

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Gavin Sorley was beaten once by Dalkeith - but that was all it took to secure the points. Stock image.

Dalkeith Thistle 1-0 Tayport

Tayport were left frustrated at King’s Park last weekend, missing a host of first half chances and ultimately losing all three points in an East Premier League fixture against Dalkeith Thistle.

Action from Saturdays draw at Memorial Park.

Gaffer’s 300th game ends in a draw

Thornton Hibs 1 Scone Thistle 1

McPhies shot is tipped over the bar by Haddington keeper Inglis.

Baptism of fire for new Glens boss

Haddington Athletic 5 Glenrothes 1

Raith defender Craig Barr powers home a header to put Raith 1-0 up during Saturday's match against Dundee United. Pic: Fife Photo Agency

I wanted to ram it down his throat! - Raith defender explains goal celebration

Raith Rovers defender Craig Barr has explained why he was gesturing to the home dug-out during his goal celebration on Saturday.

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Band, Brewster and Doig celebrate during Kennoway's weekend win.

Tranent 1-3 Kennoway Star Hearts

Kennoway travelled to Tranent intent on bouncing back from last weekend’s draw against Arniston .

East Fife's Chris Duggan shrugs off the attention of Alloa's Frank McKeown. Picture by G McLuskie.

East Fife 0-0 Alloa

There's no doubt this was a good point for the Fifers.

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Daniel Sanchez (right) should return to the Tayport line-up for the weekends trip to Dalkeith Thistle.

Boss wants his Tayport side to repeat cup tie win

Following last Saturday’s terrific cup win against Carnoustie, Tayport are back East Premier League business tomorrow when they travel to meet Dalkeith Thistle.

Craig Easton writes a fortnightly column for The Fife Free Press.

My youngsters passed a true test of character

To become a professional athlete, there is no doubt that you have to have a certain amount of ability, and this can vary from player to player.

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Brian Duncan, front row far left, with Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre Walking Football participants in yellow shirts, and, players from East Fife Walking Football, and, SFA coach, Dave Costello, back row far right.

If you can walk then you can still play the beautiful game

Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre is becoming a popular venue for some enthusiastic football players with a difference and regulars are hoping even more people will warm up for a game.

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