Rugby Union

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.

Sarah Law (Edinburgh), Naomi Boon (St Andrews), Scott Docherty (St Andrews) and Nick Stephen (Edinburgh).

World’s oldest varsity match returns to Murrayfield

The world’s oldest varsity match between the universities of St Andrews and Edinburgh will once again take centre stage on the international pitch at BT Murrayfield this coming season.

Sasa Tofilau in action for Kirkcaldy last season. (Photo by Michael Booth)

Kirkcaldy rugby ace signs on with Edinburgh

Edinburgh Rugby today confirmed the signing of Kirkcaldy rugby star, Sasa Tofilau, on a one year deal.

Madras plough through the field during the weekend's event.

Season ends on a high for Madras

There was a fantastic end to what has been a great season for Madras Rugby Club’s u14 and u15s.

Heggie Cup winners - Leuchars-based Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. Pictures: Michael Booth

Fijians steal the show to claim Kirkcaldy Sevens

The Dragoons, the rugby section of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards based at Leuchars, triumphed in their first appearance at Kirkcaldy’s annual seven-a-side tournament on Saturday.

Kurt Strachan

Glenrothes 24 - Strathmore 25

For the second week running Glenrothes got the early try but still ended up losing to a team lower in the league.

Over a thousand enjoy top class youth rugby

Over a thousand enjoy top class youth rugby

Madras Rugby Club provided the perfect venue for the SRU’s Caledonia Regional youth finals.

Sasa Tofilau. GHK v Kirkcaldy, BT Cup Round 2, 30th January 2016. (Photo by Michael Booth)

Move from Samoa to Kirkcaldy opens doors for rugby ace

Back in October, aspiring rugby star Sasa Tofilau was surprised to receive an approach from a fellow Samoan offering him the chance to play in Scotland.

Madras Rugby Club U15s

‘Fantastic day of rugby’ promised this weekend

The Scottish Rugby Union’s Caledonia Regional Youth Finals day will be held at Station Park, St Andrews this coming Sunday.

The Harlequins, formed just a couple of years ago,  headed to the home of Scottish rugby to compete in the BT Womens Bowl. Picture by Val Fenton.

Final heartache for Howe who slip to defeat at Murrayfield

Howe Harlequins.................0

Stewart Lathangie's try helped put Howe into a half-time lead. But Jed roared back to win the game 33-24.

Battling performance deserved full points

Howe of Fife remain without a National League win this year but their performance against Jed-Forest at Riverside on Tuesday night more than merited a first result in 2016.

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