Rugby Union

Blues look for big response after unhappy performance

After their unhappy performance against Preston Lodge last week, the Blues will face a hard shift to get their show back on the road when they travel to Biggar this Saturday (kick-off 3.00 p.m).

Waid Rugby were unable to make home advantage count. (Stock image)

Waid suffer at home after poor start


Replacement Scott McAlpine was Glenrothes' man of the match on Saturday.

Substitute makes a difference as Glenrothes rescue a draw

Saturday’s weather confirmed that autumn really had arrived as Glenrothes 1st XV set off to face Alloa.

Michael Harper drives over the line for Kirkcaldy's only try in the defeat to Preston Lodge on Saturday. Pic: Michael Booth

Kirkcaldy shortcomings exposed in defeat to limited Preston Lodge


Liam Neilson (picture by Michael Booth)

Blues’ captain out for season

Kirkcaldy will be without captain Liam Neilson for the rest of the season after the number eight forward suffered serious damage to his knee in Saturday’s game against Ardrossan.

Kirkcaldy captain Liam Neilson rallies the troops. Pic: Michael Booth

Kirkcaldy keen to escape danger zone with win over Ardrossan

The Blues entertain Ardrossan Academicals this Saturday in what appears to be a battle to move away from the relegation zone of National 2.

Howe of Fife know a win tomorrow is crucial.

Stressing Howe crucial it is to get a good result


There was very little to separate Madras, in blue, from Waid FP in last weekend's clash (picture by Innes Graham Photography)

Madras edged out in extremely close derby

Waid Academy FP 29, Madras 27

Kirkcaldy RFC v Whitecraigs RFC, Match 4 - BT National League Division 2, 24th September 2016. (Photo by Michael Booth)

Kirkcaldy fall apart after strong start

Kirkcaldy 24 Whitecraigs 32

The afternoon swung back and forward, but in the end it was a Waid win. (stock image)

Madras 27-29 Waid


Kirkcaldy player coach Quintan Sanft (Photo by Michael Booth)

Blues expect tough match against Whitecraigs

Kirkcaldy hit the jackpot at Hughenden last with their ten try demolition of a poor Hillhead/Jordanhill side.

The victorious Kirkcaldy side, pictured at Hughenden on Saturday. Pic: Iain Dewar

Blues blast their way to first league victory

Hillhead/Jordanhill 7 Kirkcaldy 58

Finlay Smith runs in for Kirkcaldy's second try in the 34-35 defeat to West of Scotland at Beveridge Park on Saturday. Pic: Michael Booth

Kirkcaldy targeting first league win

Kirkcaldy make the first of five league visits to Glasgow this season to meet old foes Hillhead/Jordanhill at Hughenden (kick-off 3.00pm) this Saturday.

Madras's 2016 side was delighted to get their season off to a flier.

Madras return with a crushing victory


Howe of Fife lock Terry Turpie barges through some Falkirk tackles.

Howe 11 - 59 Falkirk

A first class second half display from Falkirk completely overwhelmed Howe of Fife at Duffus Park.

Adam Shaw helped himself to four tries.

Waid just keep on getting better as tries flow


Howe of Fife's pavilion.

Howe of Fife greats returning to cut the ribbon at new base

Four of the Howe of Fife Rugby Club’s recent greats will return to their old stomping ground and open the eagerly awaited new pavillion.

George Mangalo in action for Kirkcaldy last season. Pic: Michael Booth

Blues preparing for the new national league rugby season

Pre-season training has been in progress for five weeks now at Kirkcaldy Rugby in preparation for the new season.

Quintan Sanft

Coach on a recruiting mission in New Zealand

Kirkcaldy Rugby Club’s head coach Quintan Sanft is currently on a trip to New Zealand, in which he is liaising with local clubs.

Glenrothes RFC in pre-season training

Top scorer looks towards exit as Glenrothes seek new coach

Glenrothes’ pre-season rugby training is in full swing at Carleton Park, with the players being put through their paces by coach Graham Smith and captain Barry Crookston.

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