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Murray: I feel a special connection at Raith

Raith Rovers defender Euan Murray has revealed he turned down the chance to move to a higher division to stay with the Kirkcaldy club.

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Raith Rovers captain Kyle Benedictus.

Raith captain agrees deal as others consider future

Raith Rovers captain Kyle Benedictus looks set to make a return next season after coming to a verbal agreement over a contract extension.

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Gallery: New pitch progress at Stark’s Park

The transformation of Stark’s Park into a community-use facility continued this week.

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Scott Agnew, seen here playing against the Fifers, will line up in the black and gold next season.

Quality trio sign on for a new life at the Fife

Darren Young added a trio of fresh faces to his side earlier this week - and says the rebuilding of his squad is just getting started.

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Newburgh, in black and white, brought the curtain down on their season on Wednesday night. Pic by G Strachan.

Newburgh 1-2 Lochore Welfare

Newburgh’s 18-19 season drew to a close on Wednesday night with a league fixture against Lochore Welfare.

Dayle Robertson had hauled Tayport level.

Bathgate 2-1 Tayport

Following an excellent derby win against St Andrews, Tayport went into this match at Bathgate in confident mood, but the inconsistency which has blighted the season struck again when ‘Port lost by the odd goal in three at Creamery Park.

The four divisions have seen an increase in footfall. Picture: Alan Murray

Surge in football attendances at SPFL grounds

More people than ever before are watching Scottish football.

Thomson nets the second for Thornton Hibs

Blackburn United 0-2 Thornton Hibs

Thornton Hibs visited New Murrayfield Park for the first and last time on Saturday as Blackburn are one of the Junior clubs who have chosen to move to the East of Scotland League next season.

St Andrews United management team of Andy Brown and Gordon Brown. Pic by Blair Smith.

United already planning for new season

The curtain may only have come down in St Andrews United’s season on Saturday - but already the side has an eye on the new campaign.

Tayport's Dayle Robertson in action during the weekend's derby win. Pic by George Wallace.

Derby win delights gaffer

Following an excellent 4-0 derby win at St Andrews, Tayport will be hoping to keep up some East Premier League momentum when they travel to meet Bathgate Thistle tomorrow afternoon.

Craig Ness has returned for a second stint as Kirkcaldy YM manager.

Ness returns to Kirkcaldy YM hot seat

Kirkcaldy YM have confirmed the return of Craig Ness as manager.

Current Raith fans rep, Gordon Adamson. Pic: Tony Fimister

Record level of interest in fans role on Raith board

Four candidates have put themselves forward for election to become the new supporters representative on the Raith Rovers board of directors.

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Stark's Park - Kirkcaldy - Fife - 'Raith chairman Bill Clarke - 'credit- Fife Photo Agency

Raith are in my blood – I want a positive future

When Bill Clark joined the Raith Rovers board last October, little did he know that just seven months later he would be stepping into the hot seat.

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Raith begin summer revamp – on and off the park

There are plenty changes afoot at Raith Rovers this summer, both on and off the park.

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Newburgh look to build another move up the park. Picture by Graham Strachan.

Lochee Harp 4-1 Newburgh

Newburgh’s final away fixture of the season saw them travel to Dundee to face Lochee Harp.

09/07/2017. Lewis Stevenson applauds the fans after his Testimonial game, Hibs v Sunderland, Easter road, Edinburgh.

Kirkcaldy lad Lewis Stevenson proud to get Scotland call-up

The Scotland squad will have Kirkcaldy representation for the first time in 14 years after local lad Lewis Stevenson received a surprise call-up.

The victorious Bell Baxter High School squad.

Bell Baxter 3-2 Kinross HS

Bell Baxter U16 football squad were crowned Fife champions, defeating Kinross HS 3-2 ina fiercely contested Fife cup final.

Tayport's Alan Tulleth gets beyond Saints' Michael Fleming. Picture by George Wallace.

St Andrews Utd 0-4 Tayport

Tayport deservedly claimed the north-east Fife bragging rights with this emphatic victory in St Andrews, scoring three times in the first half, to effectively have the points sewn up by half-time.

AM Soccer Club'�s walking footballers.

Walking footballers take a stroll in Portugal

AM Soccer Club’s walking footballers spent last weekend participating in a walking football festival, held at the Browns Sports & Leisure Club in Vilamoura, Portugal.

Tayport manager Charlie King.

Keep on winning and see where it takes us

Charlie King says it’s crucial his Tayport side keeps winning until the season’s end to keep alive their promotion chances.

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