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

Are Fife Flyers genuine Elite League title contenders?

Kirkcaldy head coach Quintan Sanft. Photo by Michael Booth

Sanft’s warning ahead of Blues trip to Glasgow

Kirkcaldy return to Glasgow for this Saturday’s National 2 fixture when they play GHK at Old Anniesland (2.00 p.m).

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

Raith look to make game in hand count at Stranraer

Raith boss Barry Smith insists that the point earned against Ayr United on Saturday will only be a good one if his team follows it up with a victory in Stranraer on Saturday.

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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

Fife Flyers newbie Brady Ramsay is looking forward to getting his teeth back into the Elite League.


In Pictures: Raith 1, Ayr 1

Raith Rovers stayed top of League One on Saturday after a hard-fought 1-1 draw with title rivals Ayr United.

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Newburgh manager Alan Fortune.

‘Burgh’s attitude pleases boss Fortune

Manager Alan Fortune was delighted with Newburgh’s persistence and belief in themselves at the weekend as they earned a 2-2 draw at Lochore Welfare.

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.’

Now is the time for Fife to take a step up and join the premier level of youth football development.

Anna Hedley breaks the tape in the U15 race.

Talented Fife AC athletes race to a medal haul in Edinburgh

Fife AC athletes were in action at the Inter District Cross Country, incorporating the Great Edinburgh Cross Country International and the Great Winter Run 5k, at scenic Holyrood Park in Edinburgh.

Connor Syme.

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

Regardless of what Connor Syme achieves in what promises to be an outstanding pro career, 2017 is a year he’ll always remember.

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Willis Furtado in action against Raith for Airdrie. Pic: George McLuskie

Furtado earns move to Raith after impressing boss Smith

Raith Rovers have added to their squad ahead of the trip to Stranraer on Saturday.

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

Fife Flyers tee-up extreme putting on ice

Fife Flyers fans can get their hands on tickets to The Open ... if they can putt on ice!

Aaron Dunsmore again posed problems for the opposition defence. Pic by Kenny Mackay.

‘Cup run is in your hands’, says East Fife boss.

Darren Young has urged his side to go out and grab the opportunity of putting themselves into the hat for the last 16 of the Scottish Cup.

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Laura Muir is a big fan of the Edinburgh cross country event. (Pic by Greg Macvean. Stock image)

Laura leads them all home at Stewart Cup

Milnathort’s Laura Muir spearheaded Great Britain’s charge to victory once again in the 4x1KM Stewart Cup international mixed relay event.

Anesu Tabengwa heads home his first of two goals.

Lochore Welfare 2-2 Newburgh

Newburgh played their first game since November with a league fixture against Lochore Welfare providing a welcome return to competitive action.

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

Blues reinforce table top position

Kirkcaldy 39 Dumfries Saints 12

Raith Rovers striker Liam Buchanan. Pic: Walter Neilson

Buchanan: Ayr can't talk about professionalism

Raith striker Liam Buchanan has turned the tables on Ian McCall after the Ayr United boss accused Rovers players of lacking professionalism in Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Stark’s Park.
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Scott Orrock holds up a Blackburn attack. Picture by George Wallace.

St Andrews Utd 0-2 Blackburn

St Andrews welcomed Blackburn to Barnetts Park for their first competitive match of 2018.

Howe's Graham Thomson evading the West defence.

West of Scotland 6-27 Howe of Fife

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Cupar goalkeeper Wilson is called into action again.

Shortlees 5-1 Cupar Hearts

Cupar Hearts’ dreams of lifting the Scottish Cup came to an abrupt end last Saturday when they came up against a quick, well organised Ayrshire outfit.

Club championship award night for successful Falkland Trail Runners

Club championship award night for successful Falkland Trail Runners

Falkland Trail Runners presented their 2017 Club Championship awards following their training session last Thursday evening.

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