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Falkland runners battle the elements

With most outdoor sporting events suffering cancellations due to the severe weather last weekend, Falkland Trail Runners (FTR) still managed to find a few races going on within the Kingdom.

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Jim Pitcaithly taking top spot in 2016

Pitcaithly looking to continue 2016’s success

Stock car driver Jim Pitcaithly is looking forward to the new season at Cowdenbeath Racewall and is hoping to capitalise on his success from last year.

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Racewall fixtures for 2017 announced

Racewall fixtures for 2017 announced

It looks like stock car drivers in for an exciting time at the Cowdenbeat Racewall with the announcement of the 2017 fixture list.

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Stevie Ray receives his 2015 Sports Star of the Year award from Fife Free Press Group sports editor Matthew Elder. Pic: Cranston Imagery

Last chance to vote for your sports star of the year

The countdown is on to the 2016 Kirkcaldy & Central Fife Sports Council awards.

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GB call-ups continue for Kirkcaldy ice hockey youngsters

More young players from Kirkcaldy Ice Hockey Club received international recognition this week after Great Britain announced its under 18 squad for the April’s IIHF World Championship tournament in Korea.

Fife Flyers celebrate a goal (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Derby win & Fife Flyers grab fifth spot

A four-point weekend would have been perfect, but the three points Fife Flyers took, coupled with results elsewhere, still saw the sands shift in the league and conference.

East Fife's Jonathan Page is presented with the Ladbrokes League 1 Player of the Month award. Pic by SNS.

Full-time football is not for me

Jonathan Page insists he’d turn down a return to full-time football if it was offered to him after he was named the Ladbrokes League One Player of the Month.

East Fife
Brendan Brooks on the attack in Fife Flyers overtime defeat to Dundee Stars. Pic: Steve Gunn

Flyers fail to profit in overtime defeat to Stars

Fife Flyers 3 Dundee Stars 4 (OT)

Raith boss Gary Locke is enduring a tough run of form. Pic: Michael Gillen

Raith effort in vain as winless streak continues in Greenock

Morton 2 Raith Rovers 0

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James Penrice's excellent cross was headed home by Ross Brown.

Airdrieonians 2-2 East Fife

It says something about how far East Fife have come that they left the Excelsior Stadium with a sense of disappointment at only having picked up one point.

East Fife
Forret Curling Club president Sheila Bell presenting the Otago Trophy to the winners of the New Year Bonspeil.

Leuchars curlers come out on top at New Year Bonspiel

The New Year Bonspiel at Kinross saw Forret Curling Club out in force against guest rinks from Ceres, Pitlessie, Leuchars and Falkland.

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Calum Watson - Falkland Cricket Club.

Young cricketers picked for sports programme

Four young members of Falkland Cricket Club have been chosen to participate in Cricket Scotland’s new Community Achievement Award programme.

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Liz Waugh, Kettle financial director, with the u18 side and the new kits.

Womens’ rugby continues to develop in north east Fife

North east Fife has a proud tradition, history and links to rugby but, up until now, those have been associated mainly to the mens’ game.

John Ovenstone wants his side to play at a quicker pace.

Saints put in hard work to turn their season around

St Andrews United’s festive period was full of hard graft, and boss Craig Morrison says the side is raring to kick-start its season.

07-01-2017. Picture Michael Gillen. KIRKCALDY. Stark's Park. Raith Rovers FC v Falkirk FC. SPFL Ladbrokes Championship. Gary Locke and Darren Jackson.

Go-kart outing can get Raith motoring again

Raith Rovers boss Gary Locke hopes an afternoon of go-karting can help his side return to top gear in the Championship.

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Brendan Brooks scores against Manchester Storm last Sunday. Pic: Steve Gunn

Flyers coach expects to continue form revival

Fife Flyers head coach Todd Dutiaume is expecting his side to continue their recent form revival now that he is approaching a full strength line-up.

Jonathan Page, left, and Barry Smith display their awards (picture by SNS Group Paul Devlin)

Double award triumph for East Fife

Deepest, dark December has turned out to have been a bright, cheery month for East Fife manager Barry Smith and defender Jonathan Page – both of whom have scooped awards.

Scott Mercer, right, in action for East Fife (picture by George McLuskie)

Bayview’s Mercer rejoins ex-boss

East Fife defender Scott Mercer has teamed up once again with manager Gary Naysmith in a transfer to Queen of the South.

John Ovenstone wants his side to play at a quicker pace.

Pick up your pace or we’ll keep dropping points

Following a frustrating draw last weekend, Tayport will be hoping to claim all three East Premier League points on Saturday.

Glasgow Warriors assistant coach Dan McFarland meets the media ahead of their game against Munster. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

Glasgow’s Euro mission can pave way for Scotland to progress

Glasgow forwards coach Dan McFarland believes that making the breakthrough into the latter stages of European competition more regularly will have a knock-on benefit for the national team.

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