These pictures first appeared in our pages in 1989, and give a flavour of the events, and successes, of many talented Fifers.
9. Sporting memories of 1989
`Fife 49ers, the region’s American football team, unveiled their coaching team for the new season.
It included Merritt Stanfield who came to Scotland on a golfing holiday and ended up getting the job.
He is with Dan McCarthy, Des Urban, GM, and defensive coach Paul Grieves.
10. Sporting memories of 1989
Kinghorn Badminton Club wrapped up another successful season with a presentation of awards.
The MacKenzie Trophies went to: Seniors - Fraser McKinlay, Elaine Lyall; Intermediate - Fiona Smith, Christopher McLeod; Junior - Lyndsay Millar, Allan Donnelly.
11. Sporting memories of 1989
Runners in the 1989 Kirkcaldy Half Marathon have sweet oprise to aim for.
The winner will get a year's supply of Alma Confectionery.
The Kirkcaldy company will also give every entrant a Duckula candy bar as part of its sponsorship desal which was launched by Anne Hutchison, who works with Alma and is ready to take part in the race. She is pictured with Chris Court, quality control manager.
12. Sporting memoires of 1989
Jock Wallace performed the honours at the opening of Raith Rovers new club shop under the main stand. He is pictured with Pete Rodger who ran the club’s lottery, manager Frank Coinnor, and shop assistants Shona Wishart and Emer Wallace.