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EIHL: Flyers savour big win in Sheffield

Fife Flyers delivered another stunning road performance to chalk up a big win in Sheffield tonight.

Fife Flyers v Belfast Giants, Challenge Cup QF first leg (Pic: Jillian McFarlane)

Challenge Cup: Fife Flyers 3 Belfast Giants 3

All square after one leg, all to play for in the return.

Chris Duggan fired East Fife ahead, but the joy wasn't to last. Picture by George McLuskie.

East Fife 1-4 Ayr United

East Fife lost out to Ayr United by three goals just like they had done earlier in the season.

East Fife
An aerial view of Kingsbarns' 17th green.

Visitor numbers driving up at Kingsbarns

In a season that saw Kingsbarns Golf Links host two European Tour events and its first Major, the Fife course has confirmed it welcomed more guests to Scotland’s east coast in 2017 than ever before.

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Tayport manager Charlie King.

Friendly helps Tayport from freezing up

Charlie King managed to keep his side on the park at the weekend and reckons they’ll be ready to blaze a trail come Saturday.

2014 Play-off finals weekend: Fife Flyers and Belfast Giants flag bearers (Pic:: Steve Gunn)

Flyers and Giants in quest for silverware

Belfast Giants are a team in search of silverware.

The Fife AC U13 girls team including bronze medalist Isla Hedley (far right in Fife AC vest).

Fife AC set new high standards as they impress in Livingston

Saturday saw one of the most successful East District Cross Country Championships for Fife AC, with runners from the U13 to senior age groups claiming five individual and four team medals at the popular Livingston course.

Craig Morrison

Saints planning to hit the ground running in 2018

St Andrews boss Craig Morrison admitted his side passed up a good opportunity to strengthen their promotion cause at the weekend.

Pupils from Bell Baxter were amongst those competing.

Round two ends with glory for young Fifers

Pupils from Bell Baxter joined others from Balwearie and Lochgelly as part of a Disability Sport Fife squad for round two of the East Series cross country programme.

Emily Bremner

Fife teen aims for the Gold Coast

An up-and-coming Fife gymnast has her heart set on representing Scotland at the Commonwealth Games.

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Todd Dutiaume

Fife Flyers in fine form for big weekend says Dutiaume

Fife Flyers coach Todd Dutiaume said his side will approach Saturday’s Challenge Cup quarter-final against Belfast Giants differently.

Flyers and Giants up for the battle

Flyers and Giants up for the battle

Belfast Giants are a team in search of silverware.

Greig Spence takes a shot at goal during last week's draw at Airdrie (Pic by George McLuskie)

Raith can handle the pressure says Smith

Raith Rovers manager Barry Smith says his side are able to manage the pressure of being at the top end of League One.

Raith Rovers
Eilidh Doyle was given the perfect Christmas present when she was called up to represent Scotland again. Pic by Jeff Holmes.

Eilidh set to get on her mark for the national side again

Kinross hurdler Eilidh Doyle will again pull on the Scottish vest after being called up for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Mark Docherty insists the Fifers can upset the league leaders when the two sides meet on Saturday.

We can take Ayr out of their sails

Mark Docherty is backing the Fifers to bring a halt to Ayr United’s League One run of victories.

East Fife
Matt Nickerson, MK Lightning (Pic: Jillian McFarlane)

Two-game ban for Nickerson for cross-checks on Heelis

Enforcer Matt Nickerson has been hit with a two-game ban after a flashpoint while playing against his former club, Fife Flyers, on Sunday.

Jonny Court attacks the Airdrie goal during Saturday's draw (Pic by George McLuskie)

Jonny courts a regular start for Raith

Striker Jonny Court hopes his role in Sunday’s last minute equaliser will help him force his way into the Raith Rovers starting 11.

Raith Rovers
Kingdom Off Road Motorcycling Club at Kirkness Motocross Track near Lochgelly, Fife. Picture by Alan Richardson

Club of the Year honour for Methil based group

Methil’s Kingdom Off Road Motorcycle Club is in pole position after being named as the Local Club of the Year at The Sunday Mail sportscotland Scottish Sports Awards.

Belfast Giants celebrate victory over Sheffield  Steelers (Pic: Dean Woolley)

EIHL: Giants’ win sparks Steelers’ backlash

Sheffield Steelers don’t like losing.

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