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Raith show clinical side in cup win over Brora

Raith Rovers 3 Brora Rangers 0

Raith Rovers
Charlie Mosey has earned a try-out contract with Fife Flyers.

American winger earns try-out contract with Fife Flyers

Fife Flyers have made it four signings in five days with the capture of American-born right winger Charlie Mosey on a try-out contract.

It was a convincing win for Newburgh on their home park.

Newburgh 3-0 Lochee Harp

Newburgh recorded their first win of the season at home to Lochee Harp on Saturday at East Shore Park.

One of the Kingdom's top amateur sides, Leven United.

Structure change for amateurs

This Saturday will see the beginning of a new era in Fife amateur football when for the first time ever all clubs will be playing under the one banner, the Kingdom of Fife Amateur Football Association.

Jamie Mackie netted a late winner for Tayport.

Tayport 3-2 Dunbar United

Tayport secured a dramatic comeback win against visiting Dunbar, scoring twice in the closing minutes to earn all three East Premier League points.

Chase Schaber, Fife Flyers (Pic: Fife Flyers)

Schaber confirms return to Fife Flyers

Chase Schaber is set to return to Fife Flyers for a second season.

Derek Rae.

Derek proves what a great year it has been

Derek Rae’s progress across the past 12 months was laid bare at the weekend.

US-born netminder Any Iles will join Fife Flyers for the 2017-18 EIHL season.

Old favourite helps bring new netminder to Fife

Fife Flyers have recruited a new netminder with the help of a former fans favourite.

Kennoway's goal scorer Liam Craig.

Kennoway Star Hearts 1-1 Broughty Athletic

The first home game of the season saw KSH entertain Broughty Athletic.

Lewis Vaughan scores Raith Rovers' first goal against Stranraer at Stark's Park (picture by Fife Photo Agency)

Vaughan double steers Raith to handsome win

Raith Rovers 3, Stranraer 0

Greg Hurst scored his first goal for the Fifers after arriving on loan from St Johnstone. Picture by George McLuskie.

East Fife 1-0 Alloa Athletic

It's always good to get the first win of the new league season - even better to get it with as many positives as this.

East Fife

VIDEO: On your marks to join Britain's top athletes in #teamparkrun events on August 19

On you marks, gets set....for YOUR chance to join National Lottery-funded athletes including Olympic and Paralympic superstars taking part in #teamparkrun 5k events all over the UK on August 19.

St Andrews United started their league campaign with a narrow defeat at Tranent.

United boss knows he has a side on the up

St Andrews United manager Craig Morrison is convinced he’s seeing certain signs of progress within his side at Barnetts Park.

Tayport bounced back from an opening day loss in style by trouncing Glenrothes. Stock image.

King delighted with Tayport reaction following ‘Burgh defeat

It’s been nothing if not an eventful start to the new East Premier League season for Tayport.

James Isaacs. Pic: Steve Gunn

Flyers welcome back ‘team player’ Isaacs

Fife Flyers have plugged another gap in their roster by re-signing Canadian defenceman James Isaacs for the 2017/18 Elite League season.

Lee Halpin and Scott Powrie celebrate the opener against Heriot Watt.

Home at last as Shipyard get set to host Scottish Cup tie

The road to Hampden begins for Burntisland Shipyard this weekend as the club hosts a Scottish Cup tie for the first time in over a decade.

Rory Butcher will race in the BTCC at Knockhill this weekend. Pic: Matt Sayle/PSP Images

Butcher ‘buzzing’ to make BTCC debut on home soil at Knockhill

Kirkcaldy’s Rory Butcher will make his Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship debut on home soil at Knockhill this coming weekend.

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Raith manager Barry Smith

Raith boss looking to win every home game

Raith Rovers boss Barry Smith has set his team a target of winning every home game in League One this season.

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Raith director and Stark's Park owner, John Sim

Trust still seek answers as Raith takeover talks advance

John Sim’s proposed takeover of Raith Rovers remains on course – despite concerns from the Raith Trust over unanswered questions.

Raith Rovers
Fife Flyers are still half a team short with the first exhibition game two weeks away.

No panic for Flyers in bid to fill roster

There is no panic at Fife Flyers despite still being half a team short with pre-season just two weeks away.

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