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Syme knows nailing down a Walker Cup place will be tough

The race to secure a Walker Cup place is heating up for Connor Syme - and he reckons the competition in the GB&Ireland squad is fierce.

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Swimmers smash personal bests

Swimmers from around the east of Scotland and beyond gathered for the Incas Distance Meet held at the Michael Woods Centre in Glenrothes.

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Brad Pickett, Stuart Jamieson and Bert Ford.

Grading achievement is just reward

Former UFC fighter and number one contender for the world championship, Brad Pickett, travelled from London to Levenmouth to hold a martial arts seminar.

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Peter Whiteford.

Peter is cut out in Spain

Wellsgreen’s Peter Whiteford was unable to get his Challenge Tour campaign off to a flying start over the weekend.

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Leven Las Vegas members Robin Pate, Jim Dunstan, John Kay, Davie Hogg and Lorna Hughes at the Stirling Scottish Marathon.

Leven runners put in a marathon effort

At the Stirling Scottish Marathon, five LLV runners joined more than 6000 other running enthusiasts on a scenic route.

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Chloe Goadby

Hard work pays off as Chloe starts making waves

St Andrews teenager Chloe Goadby is proving age is just a number as she starts turning heads in the golfing world.

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Chloe Goadby

Irish eyes smile on Connor and Chloe

Two of the area’s brightest young golfers muscled in on top 20 finishes in Ireland across the weekend.

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Jennifer Mann, Jim Thomson,  Julie Hogg and Eric McMillan. Pic by Rebecca Lee Photography.

Area’s all inclusive gymnastics programme picks up an award

Levenmouth based sports coaches were amongst those hailed at the 2017 Disability Sports Fife awards evening when it was held in Glenrothes.

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2017 East Fife Sports Council awards. Picture by Dave Scott.

Celebrating the best in area’s sporting talent

The great and the good of the east Fife sporting world congregated at the Gateway Building in St Andrews for the local sports council’s annual awards ceremony.

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The Anster Haddies runners who completed the Loch Leven Half Marathon.

Haddies build up their points tally at Perth parkrun

It was a bust weekend of running action for the Anster Haddies who were competing all over the world.

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The Step Rock Carnegie Mini Meet team.

Top Club honours to go Step Rock swimmers

A team of 29 Step Rock swimmers travelled to the Carnegie Mini-Meet to compete against swimmers from eight other clubs.

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Chloe Goadby

Chloe sets her sights on Irish success

Having sat her final exam of the year, St Andrews golfer Chloe Goadby is relishing four months of full-time golf, starting at the Irish Women’s Open this weekend.

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Ollie Carter

Carter beats his own record

Cupar’s Ollie Carter broke his own Scottish record during a terrific weekend at the British Para Swimming International Meet at Ponds Forge in Sheffield.

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Carole Mowbray and Susanne Lunsden flank Tony Martin following the Geneva Half Marathon.

Falkland trail runners join the masses for popular Fife race

Trail runners from all over the country were in Markinch for the first race of four in the PB Timing Skull Mountain Trail Series.

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Frustration as Falkland lose out in Kingdom derby

Frustration as Falkland lose out in Kingdom derby

On a fine sunny day in the Fife derby, Falkland lost to neighbours Glenrothes at Scroggie Park.

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Bruce Mitchell has been announced as captain of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews for 2017/18.

Canadian Bruce is the new captain

The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews has announced that Bruce Mitchell will serve as captain in 2017/18.

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Bryan McLaren

Leven trio make a capital venture

Three Leven Las Vegas runners; Andy Cargill, Allen Marr and Bryan McLaren made the trip across to Silverknowes in Edinburgh for the Scottish 5k Championships.

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Hughes Gillin has started his season in impressive style. (Stock image)

Differing fortunes for Largo cricket squads

Largo’s first XI welcomed Morton to East Drive looking to improve on last week’s performance.

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Dardas Diamonds baton twilers show off their trophies. Back row (from left) Maia MacLennan age 14, Shantelle Easton 16, Chantal Obro 18, Erin Dixon 17, Halle Thomson 14, Abbie Donald 15, Louise Coleman 20, Jane Obro 16. Front row (from left) - Ashleigh Hamilton 16,  Bailey McArthur 11, Jaime Glover 10, Aimee Georgeson 10, Ciaran Muir 8, Daisy Wekesa 8, Ellie Wekesa 6, Bella Ovens 7.

Diamond baton twirlers sparkle in British Championships

A Fife baton twirling club enjoyed a successful Easter weekend at the British National Championships in Crawley, London.

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