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Neil breaks the tape and makes club history

Anster Haddies were amongst those lining up the the annual Silver Anniversary 4x400m relay event at St Andrews University.

Matt Surry - Falkland Cricket Club.

Things are just marvellous as Falkland advance in Village Cup

Sunday was a marvellous day for cricket and a marvellous day for Falkland in particular as they managed to defeat Freuchie in the Scottish final of the Village Cup.

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Work is ongoing to lay new astroturf at Bayview.

Your chance to quiz Bayview pitch group

East Fife fans will have their chance to pick the brains of those behind the laying of a new surface at Bayview.

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John Ovenstone takes his Tayport side away from home in their opening league game.

Club’s getting set for kick off

Both Tayport FC and St Andrews United are away from home to start the new season on August 5.

Chris Russell.

The heat is on during sweltering road race

On a hot Sunday morning runners of all ages converged on the Michael Woods Sport and Leisure Centre for the annual Glenrothes Road Running Festival.

Glenrothes Strollers are ready to open their community clubhouse.

Pavillion kicks off a new chapter for Strollers

Glenrothes Strollers are hoping their new clubhouse can help boost involvement in sport across the area.

Shayne Stockton (Pic: Fife Flyers)

Flyers unveil Stockton as first summer signing

Shayne Stockton is heading back to Fife Flyers.

Peter Whiteford

Top ten finish for Peter

It was another solid week on the European Challenge Tour for Wellsgreen’s Peter Whiteford.

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Kennoway's Ross Brewster.

Kennoway heading to Kelty for pre-season festival

Kennoway Star Hearts have been invited to visit the home of last season’s Super League winners, Kelty Hearts, for their annual pre-season tournament.

Mike Murdoch being presented with his winners prize at Newburgh Games by Gazette sports correspondent Shane Fenton.

Mike breaks his duck in style

After over two seasons of trying Glenrothes athlete Mike Murdoch has at last won a race on the Highland games circuit.

Fife boss Darren Young.

Fifers prepare for friendly fire

East Fife will play three pre-season games away from home before the competitive campaign kicks off in the middle of July.

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Iain Matthew, right, at the front of the line, with fellow squad members, from left, Stephen Gregson, Stuart Mitchell, Gerry Mulheron, Mick Lennon, Andy Bell, Brian Murray and Stuart Thom (picture by John Linton).

Markinch player Iain in squad for Scots amputee footballers’ debut

An ex-Paralympic athlete from Markinch is set to represent Scotland in its first foray into amputee football.

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Prizewinners at the 2017 Fife Athletics Championships in Pitreavie.

Dale takes his place among DSF’s best

A Glenrothes athlete was among the major recipients as the 2017 Disability Sport Fife (DSF) Track and Field Championships, supported by the Fife Sports and Leisure Trust, were held at Pitreavie Athletics Centre in pleasant, rain-free conditions.

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The Glenrothes Strollers U15 squad which won the Fife Cup.

Strollers clinch Fife Cup

The football season finished on a memorable note for Glenrothes Strollers U15 squad, as they won the Fife Cup.

Andy Lafferty and Zoey Johnston with their prizes following the Strathearn Marathon.

All kinds of races tackled by keen Falkland Trail Runners

From marathons to mountains, half marathons to highland games it was another busy weekend for the Falkland Trail Runners.

Fife AC's Anna Hedley

Young Fifers are on form at Scottish schools meeting

Fife AC juniors produced outstanding performances at the Scottish School Track and Field Championships in Grangemouth.

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Noah Carstairs

Super Noah snapped up by Hearts

Cupar’s Noah Carstairs has taken his first steps into the ranks of professional football by signing a youth contract with Heart of Midlothian.

Chloe Goadby

Matchplay defeat for Chloe and Lauren

St Andrews golfers Chloe Goadby and Lauren Whyte have been knocked out of the Ladies’ British Open Amateur Championship.

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United will be hoping goals from Daryl Falconer can spare them any relegation troubles next season.

Survival news was a welcome surprise for United manager

Craig Morrison insists news of St Andrews United’s reprieve from relegation out of the East Premier League came totally out of the blue.

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