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Stranraer 1-1 East Fife

East Fife battled their way to a deserved point at Stair Park.

Mark Stewart celebrates the first of his two goals against Falkirk. Pic: Michael Gillen

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

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Members of Flyers Trampoline Club - who train at Michael Woods Sports & Leisure Centre in Glenrothes - have just completed their most successful year ever.

Trampoline club springs to most successful year ever

Members of Flyers Trampoline Club - who train at Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre in Glenrothes - have just completed their most successful year ever.

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Todd Dutiaume, head coach, Fife Flyers (Pic: Al Goold)

Comment: Where Fife Flyers & DOPS go from here

‘’Player safety shouldn’t have deadlines’’ - a summary of Todd Dutiaume’s stance against DOPS, nailed in five words.

How DO you pronounce Fife’s town names?

How DO you pronounce Fife’s town names?

What happens when you ask two ice hockey players from north America to pronounce towns and villages in Fife?
Fife Flyers stars Justin Fox and Matt Sisca did their best when presented with 23 place names.

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.

Daisy-Bea Flett

Daisy-Bea sets the gold standard

A St Andrews girl has claimed gold in the British Minors Judo Championship.

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The FTR squad who took part in the East District xc league at Stirling.

Tough events tackled by determined trail group

Members of Falkland Trail Runners were out in force last weekend with a few tackling two gruelling events in two days.

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Anna Hedley (Fife AC) takes an early lead in the Under 13 girl's race at the East of Scotland Cross-Country League at Stirling going on to a 39 seconds victory ahead of No.16 Emma Johnson (Edinburgh AC).

Fifers are off and running as cross country league starts

Fife AC got off to a strong start at the first East District Cross Country League race in Stirling.

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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.

Kirkcaldy, in red, prepare for a scrum against Preston Lodge last Saturday. Pic: Michael Booth

Blues look for big response after unhappy performance

After their unhappy performance against Preston Lodge last week, the Blues will face a hard shift to get their show back on the road when they travel to Biggar this Saturday (kick-off 3.00 p.m).

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Isaacs looks for second chance in Fife after failed move to North America

Defenceman James Isaacs could be handed a second chance at Fife Flyers after his surprise inclusion in the line-up for Sunday’s defeat to Braehead Clan.

Jay Rosehill (Braehead Clan) checks James Isaacs (Fife Flyers. Pic: Steve Gunn

Rosehill appeal mess was your fault, Fife Flyers told

Fife Flyers have been told to quit criticising the league’s disciplinary system - and accept the blame for messing up a review to the disciplinary body

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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Connor Law on his way to victory over Darryl Sharp in his previous bout. Pic by Alan Murray

Step up in class for unbeaten Connor

Fife southpaw Connor Law will put his unbeaten record on the line in his ninth pro fight – and his first over eight rounds – at Meadowbank Stadium on Friday.

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Jocky Wilson in Kirkcaldy with the Embassy Darts World Championship trophy after beating John Lowe in 1982.

Darts tournament to honour Jocky Wilson

Darts players from across Scotland will descend on Kirkcaldy this weekend to honour one of the greatest players of all time.

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The Scottish team following the Bobby Jones Cup.

Scots go down to the Irish on the New Course

An annual amateur golf competition is continuing to go from strength to strength.

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Jay Rosehill plants a cross-check on the back of James Isaacs head in an incident that has sparked outrage over DOPS refusal to carry out a disciplinary review. Pic: Steve Gunn

Flyers coach slams ‘toothless’ EIHL disciplinary body

Fife Flyers head coach Todd Dutiaume has hit out at the Elite League’s Department of Player Safety (DOPS) after it refused to review a dangerous play from Sunday’s match against Braehaed Clan.

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