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Dundee defeat continues Flyers woeful conference form

Fife Flyers' woeful Gardiner Conference campaign continued last night as they were beaten on home ice by Dundee Stars.

Ryan Stevenson is mobbed after his stunning strike put Raith 1-0 up on Hibs. Pic: Fife Photo Agency

Encouraging start for Hughes as Raith earn point against Hibs

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The Fifers celebrate after Chris Kane doubles their advantage. Picture by George McLuskie.

East Fife 3-2 Brechin City

East Fife bounced straight back to winning ways with an impressive showing over Brechin City.

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Dingle hat-trick but Flyers lose again to Clan

Fife Flyers’ Clan jinx struck once again as they went down 8-5 to Braehead on Friday night.

Gary Sutherland made a scoring return for Tayport

Boss Ovenstone wants his side to go on the run

Tayport will be looking to build on last weekend’s home win against Armadale when they make the short trip over the Tay Bridge to meet Downfield in another East Premier League fixture.

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Amateur champ gets set for European Tour test

Drumoig’s Connor Syme, last year’s Australian Amateur champion, will compete with the European Tour’s finest at next week’s Joburg Open.

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Step Rock swimmers were on form at the capital meet.

Charlie ends club’s medal drought in Edinburgh

Step Rock swimmer Charlie Gillespie won the club’s first major championship medal in many a year when he secured 50m freestyle bronze in the recent East District Age Group Championships.

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Disability golf group ready to start season

Disability golf group ready to start season

The Scottish Disability Golf Partnership (SDGP) is set to tee off its 2017 season at the Silverknowes Golf Club on Wednesday 5 and Thursday April 6, hosted by Edinburgh Leisure.

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John Hughes points the way in one of his first training sessions as Raith manager. Credit- Fife Photo Agency

New boss Hughes aiming to raise the bar at Raith

New Raith Rovers boss John Hughes has urged his players not to get left behind as he aims to raise standards at Stark’s Park after taking charge until the end of the season.

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The Little Beehives Nursery Group AKA The Queen Bees, is celebrating winning the Scottish Business Curling Championships in Perth.

Queen Bees get busy on the ice to take title

The Little Beehives Nursery Group AKA The Queen Bees, is celebrating winning the Scottish Business Curling Championships in Perth.

Todd Dutiaume, Fife Flyers. Shotbyagunn photography

Flyers coach Dutiaume calls for end to inconsistency

With play-offs fast approaching, Fife Flyers coach Todd Dutiaume has demanded no repeat of the weekend inconsistency that saw the best and worst of his team on display.

Raith Rovers' head of youth development, Craig Easton, writes a fortnightly column for the Fife Free Press.

Craig’s Column: Looking forward to learning from new gaffer

Nothing surprises me in football, but last week, seeing Gary and Darren leave was a difficult time for everyone at the club.

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Former Scotland youth international Josh Laird, pictured in action for parent club Heriots, is dual registered with Kirkcaldy and is available for selection. Pic: Neil Hanna

Blues back at it after weekend call-off

There was disappointment in the Kirkcaldy camp last Saturday when the league game at Ardrossan was called off shortly after 9.00 a.m on account of Memorial Field being water logged.

Monster challenge set to kick off

Monster challenge set to kick off

The Raith Rovers Community Foundation is getting set for the 24/42 challenge at GYM64.

Runners had to brave the elements.

‘Nightmare’ series Black Rock race lives up to its name

Whilst the wintry conditions over the weekend prevented some outdoor activities from commencing, the elements did little to deter runners as they faced rain, sleet and snow.

Ryan Dingle celebrates scoring in the 9-5 win over Belfast on Sunday. Pic: Steve Gunn

Dingle frustrated by Flyers’ erratic form

Fife Flyers’ captain Ryan Dingle insisted the team should not be getting carried away with the 9-5 demolition of Belfast Giants on Sunday after a week of highs and lows.

John Hughes parades a Raith scarf at his official unveiling last Friday. Pic: George McLuskie

Raith & Yogi: The right time and right fit

By appointing John Hughes as manager until the end of the season, the Raith Rovers board have played the best hand available to them.

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Chris Duggan celebrates his equaliser. Picture by G McLuskie.

We’ll bounce right back

Brechin City better be prepared for an East Fife backlash when the two meet this weekend.

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Charity golf tournament set to get underway in April

Charity golf tournament set to get underway in April

A new golf competition will tee off in April with those taking part hoping to raise plenty of cash for charity.

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Benfica beckons for Fife Elite academy duo

Two players in the Fife Elite Football Academy (FEFA) have been invited to attend the world famous Benfica FC Academy in April of this year.

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