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Raith fail to make game in hand count with defeat in Stranraer

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Fife Flyers -  Russ Moyer and James Jorgensen with the Claret Jug (Pic: Juniper James Photography)

Fife Flyers bring Claret Jug to ice rink

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Flyers celebrate a victory in Cardiff in November. Can they repeat the feat this Sunday? Pic: Cardiff Devils

Fife dark horses set to put EIHL title aspirations to the test

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Sanft’s warning ahead of Blues trip to Glasgow

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Raith look to make game in hand count at Stranraer

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Flyers newbie Ramsay hoping to fit into Fife style

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Newburgh manager Alan Fortune.

‘Burgh’s attitude pleases boss Fortune

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Henry McLeish says Fife is ready to introduce a performance school to help aid the development of young footballers. (Stock image)

‘We want our youngsters to eat, sleep and live football.’

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Raith fail to make game in hand count with defeat in Stranraer

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Bobby Barr made his return from injury on Saturday.  Credit- Fife Photo Agency

Raith look to make game in hand count at Stranraer

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Newburgh manager Alan Fortune.

‘Burgh’s attitude pleases boss Fortune

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Fife Flyers bring Claret Jug to ice rink

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Flyers celebrate a victory in Cardiff in November. Can they repeat the feat this Sunday? Pic: Cardiff Devils

Fife dark horses set to put EIHL title aspirations to the test

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Brady Ramsay in action during his Fife Flyers debut. Pic: Steve Gunn

Flyers newbie Ramsay hoping to fit into Fife style

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Jordan Spieth with the Claret Jug trophy after winning the Open in 2017 (Pic: Ian Rutherford)

Fife Flyers tee-up extreme putting on ice

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Sanft’s warning ahead of Blues trip to Glasgow

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Kirkcaldy players celebrate as Greg Wallace grounds the ball for a try. Pic: Michael Booth.

Blues reinforce table top position

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Howe's Graham Thomson evading the West defence.

West of Scotland 6-27 Howe of Fife

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Glenrothes rugby player Kain Duguid

Glenrothes 77-5 Harris: Thumping win for Reds

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Kirkcaldy head coach Quintan Sanft. Photo by Michael Booth

Friendly win prepares Blues for biggest game of season

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Henry McLeish says Fife is ready to introduce a performance school to help aid the development of young footballers. (Stock image)

‘We want our youngsters to eat, sleep and live football.’

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Anna Hedley breaks the tape in the U15 race.

Talented Fife AC athletes race to a medal haul in Edinburgh

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Connor Syme.

‘It felt good to get home and put the clubs away’

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