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Blues face short trip to Cupar for derby match

Kirkcaldy make their shortest trip of the season this Saturday when they go up to Cupar for the second time (kick-off 2.00 p.m).

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Howe are aiming to be back in action this weekend.

Howe aiming to take Fife derby honours

Howe of Fife return to the park this weekend when they host a Fife derby against league leaders Kirkcaldy.

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Waid's Adam Shaw goes on the attack at Arbroath. Picture by Robert Melville.

Arbroath 29-33 Waid

Arbroath............................29

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Kirkcaldy co-captain Greg Wallace will go up against his brother Mark when the Blues travel to Hamilton this Saturday. Pic: Michael Booth

Table toppers ready to return to action

League rugby resumes in Scotland this Saturday with round 11 of the National League programme following the three week break for the autumn test series.

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Barry Crookston runs in a hat trick of tries in season's debut as Glens Devs win 52-7 over Bo'ness

Glenrothes Devs 52-7 Bo’ness: Glens grab first win of the season in style

Former Glenrothes Development captain Barry Crookston marked his season’s debut with a hat-trick as the 2nd XV romped to a comfortable 52-7 win over Bo’ness .

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Kirkcaldy director of rugby Mark Henderson flanked by Gavin McKenzie and Dayle Turner. Pic: Michael Booth

Blues go from relegation battlers to title challengers

The first break in the Scottish club league rugby programme for the autumn tests has arrived with Kirkcaldy surprisingly leading the National 2 table.

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Experimental Glens triumph over Potbellies

Experimental Glens triumph over Potbellies

With the Scotland internationals taking centre stage player coach Gavin Emerson took the opportunity to see an experimental Glenrothes side against Dundee Potbellies last Friday at Carleton Park.

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Kirkcaldy RFC v Biggar RFC - Match 10, BT National League Division 2, 4th November 2017. Photo by Michael Booth

Hard-working Blues too strong for Biggar

Kirkcaldy 40 Biggar 13

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Adam Shaw was amongst those to get his name on a scoresheet.

Waid 97 - 14 Hillfoots 2 XV

Waid....................................97

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Kato Blockley was at the heart of things for Waid.

Waid bounce back from early try to ease to win

Grangemouth 2nd XV...........17

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Tartan Touch rugby has been launched in St Andrews. Pic by Dave Scott.

Tartan Touch will help more people try rugby

The University of St Andrews is getting involved with a new scheme aimed at introducing more people to rugby.

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Howe lock Ryan Milne breaks through the Dumfries defence. Picture by Roy Macintyre.

Howe of Fife 24-37 Dumfries

The Howe first XV necessitated a few changes for the tough fixture against third place Dumfries Saints.

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Waid dominate in the line-out. Pic by Robert Simpson Melville.

Waid 47-17 Howe 2nds

Waid....................................47

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Howe of Fife swatted aside their hosts.

Aberdeenshire 28-71 Howe of Fife

Following on from two wins on the trot, Howe headed off to play Aberdeenshire.

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Its been a terrific beginning to the new season for the local side.

Pupils are off to a flyer in super start

Madras/ StLeonards U18 rugby team continued their unbeaten start to the Mitsubishi Caledonian League.

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Howe v West - picture by Douglas Cairns.

Howe of Fife 64-7 West of Scotland

West of Scotland were the visitors to the Howe of Fife at the weekend, with the local club swatting aside their opponents.

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Mark Guthrie, hidden beneath the defence, scoring for Waid.

Positive result despite change in Waid ranks

Perthshire 2nd XV...............27

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Head coach John Dalziel, left, with Scotland 7s captain Scott Riddell (picture by SRU)

Sevens squad makes doubly sure

Scotland 7s have named a 14-man core squad for the upcoming season.

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From left, men's captains Nick Stephen (Edinburgh), Roland Walker (st Andrews) and the women's captains Rhiannon Fox-Rothwell (st Andrews) and Emma Dunbar (Edinburgh). Picutre by SNS Group/SRU Paul Devlin.

St Andrews seek fifth straight Scottish Varsity victory

St Andrews University is looking to secure a fifth successive Royal Bank of Scotland Scottish Varsity title tomorrow (Saturday), having announced its side to take on Edinburgh University at BT Murrayfield.

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Waid's victorious XV.

Waid in ruthless rugby form

Waid 126, Glenrothes 2s 0

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