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Flyers dig deep for gutsy win over Belfast

Fife Flyers battled through adversity for a gutsy win over Belfast Giants.
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Fife Flyers fined as new social media rules come in

Fife Flyers have fallen foul of a new crackdown on social media criticism.

Kyle Haines celebrates his goal against Braehead on Saturday. Pic: Steve Gunn

Haines feeling at home after return to Fife Flyers

It took a month in France for Kyle Haines to realise that he had unfinished business at Fife Flyers.

Suzanne at the World Bodybuilding Championships in Miami

Lang Toun bodybuilder turns professional after win in Miami

A Kirkcaldy woman has won a bodybuilding competition across the pond – earning the right to compete in professional tournaments.

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Kirkcaldy YMCA Junior FC - Denfield Park - Kirkcaldy - FIFE -  New Kirkcaldy YM manager Kenny Crawford with female assistant manager Charlene Lessells,  Billy Blyth and chairman Ramsay Budd
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Kirkcaldy YM appoint first female coach

Kirkcaldy YM have become the first junior football club in Fife to appoint a woman coach.

Action from Kirkcaldys most recent fixture - a BT Cup win away to Musselburgh a fortnight ago. Pic: Michael Booth

Blues get back in action against league leaders

League rugby resumes this Saturday when Kirkcaldy entertain league leaders Kelso (kick-off 3pm) when the first half of the league programme concludes.

East Fife have lost Gary Naysmith to Queen of the South

East Fife boss Naysmith departs for Queen of the South

East Fife are searching for a new manager after Gary Naysmith was confirmed as the new boss at Championship side Queen of the South.

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Fife Flyers celebrate a goal against Braehead Clan on Saturday (Pic: Steven Gunn)

Dutiaume keen for positive shake-up at Fife Flyers

‘Changes are not out of the question’.

Raith Rovers Community Foundation chief Paul Doig and the Raith Rovers squad are supporting Forth one Mission Christmas -  credit - fife photo agency -

Raith fans pitch in to ease financial strain on income-starved club

Raith Rovers supporters have stepped in to help the board of directors through a difficult financial period by making a sizeable donation to the club coffers.

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Teri Newell - female number one Footgolf player from Glenrothes.

Fife girl heading to America for footgolf ‘Ryder Cup’

Footgolf has exploded onto the scene over the past few years as a fun activity normally associated with stag dos or a day out with friends.

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The Fifers were held at Bayview by League Two City.

East Fife 1-1 Edinburgh City

East Fife are still in the Scottish Cup - but they'll have to do things the hard way if they want to progress any further.

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Stenhousemuir managerial duo Brown Ferguson and Davie Irons.

Warriors’ East Fife match rescheduled

Stenhousemuir have rescheduled their match with East Fife.

Raith development coach Craig Easton with young players James Berry, Ryan Stevenson and David McKay - credit - FPA  -

Rovers’ future looking full of Easton promise

The future of Raith Rovers has never looked brighter thanks to the work being carried out by development squad head coach Craig Easton.

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Fife Flyers celebrate a goal against Braehead Clan (Pic: Steven Gunn)

Comment: Fife Flyers - time for decisive changes

If Todd Dutiaume had £1 for every time he has been asked about changes to his team, he’d be able to draft in two new imports without so much as making a dent in the playing budgets.

Fife Flyers v Braehead Clan, Chase Schaber nets against Gary Russell (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Fife Flyers suffer a self-inflicted defeat

Fife Flyers shot themselves in the foot so often last night they ran out of toes to aim at rather than bullets. As defeats go, this was horribly self-inflicted.

Jay Rosehill (Braehead Clan) checks James Isaacs (Fife Flyers) in one of several flashpoints the last time the sides met in Kirkcaldy. Pic: Steve Gunn

Flyers ready to go to war against Braehead

Fife Flyers head coach Todd Dutiaume has told his players to be ready to go to war this weekend when they face bitter rivals Braehead Clan in Kirkcaldy.

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

Vote now for your sports star of the year

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

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Scott Orrock - new Saints signing

Craig had no hesitation in becoming a Saint

Craig Morrison admitted it was a “no brainer” to take the helm at St Andrews United.

Connor Syme

Connor shows he’s top Down Under

Connor Syme returned from Australia in the early part of this week with his reputation as one of world’s top amateur golfers grown even further.

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Lesley McNaughton-Wells and Leeshill  Lord

Capacity attendance for Howe winter showcross event

The second of Highfield at Howe’s winter Showcross series drew a maximum capacity entry of 150.

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