Next Match: Legacy Sevens at Hamilton on 18th April ko 12noon


Kirkcaldy Sevens
Written by John Methven / Ian Gray   
Friday, 17 April 2015


The 63rd playing of Kirkcaldy Sevens for the Heggie Cup, sponsored by legal firm Digby Brown, at Beveridge Park last Saturday survived almost every form of adverse weather but ended in bright spring sunshine with a new name on the trophy.  Falkirk became the seventh different winner in the last seven years  and fully justified the winners’ tag with  a comprehensive 41-0 victory in the final against Edinburgh based RHC.

U16 Murrayfield 10s Tournament
Written by Patrick Hadoke   
Thursday, 16 April 2015

Seeding Match

Kirkcaldy 33 Portoburgh 19

Pool Games

Kirkcaldy 29 Dunbar 0

Kirkcaldy 0 Currie 43

3rd/ 4th Place Play off

Kirkcaldy 22 Glenrothes 12

After a bruising match against the touring Clanwilliam side on Friday night, it was a tired and diminished Kirkcaldy squad that made its way to Murrayfield for the 10-a-side tournament.

U16 hard fought win against Irish Touring Side
Written by Patrick Hadoke   
Thursday, 16 April 2015

Kirkcaldy 45 Clanwilliam  31

A warm, sunny, Friday evening game with a large boisterous crowd, a full complement of officials and opposition just arrived from Ireland: this was definitely not the normal weekly match for the U15/ U16 squad.

Hastily arranged matches against touring sides are often a bit of a lottery as it is difficult to judge how well matched the teams are (and to predict what state the tourists will be in when they arrive). Indeed, at the start of this game it looked as if the home team were in for an easy time as good phases of play took them into the opposition 22, the ball was recycled quickly from a ruck and Jon ran a great line to go in under the posts unopposed. Clanwilliam, however, were made of sterner stuff and, having run off the effects of their journey, hit back with two excellent scores, as they pulled the Kirkcaldy back line out of shape and powered over.

Kirkcaldy Sevens 2015
Written by Michael Booth   
Tuesday, 07 April 2015

Kirkcaldy Sevens - Saturday 11th April - action starts at 12 noon

Kirkcaldy Sevens - Saturday 11th April at 12pm - sponsored by Digby Brown Solicitors

League matches may have just finished at the Beveridge Park, but the rugby continues this Saturday with the annual Kirkcaldy Sevens tournament. For the first time the event joins the Legacy 7s series and also serves as the opening round.

Play gets under way at 12 noon, with the on-field action lasting until around 6pm. Off the pitch we’ll have a BBQ, kids can enjoy a rugby taster session, while the entertainment continuing into the evening with a disco at the club, hosted by Richard Dewar. Our thanks go to Digby Brown Solicitors who will once again sponsor the event.

The club hopes to welcome around twelve senior Men’s teams, who will compete for the Heggie Cup - won last year by Boroughmuir. A selection of Ladies squads also taking part in their own competition. 

The Legacy 7s series was established in the run up to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and this year features seven events held over five weeks across Central Scotland. Teams score points based on their finishing position in each tournament, with the top clubs qualifying for the Glasgow City Sevens in May.

Kirkcaldy Sevens draw and match schedule:

12:00 Kirkcaldy Blues v Preston Lodge
12:18 Glenrothes v Boroughmuir
12:36 Perthshire RFC v Howe of Fife
12:54 Falkirk v Kirkcaldy Reds
13:12 Preston Lodge v Murrayfield Wanderers
13:30 Boroughmuir v Hamilton Rugby
13:48 Howe of Fife v R.H.C
14:06 Kirkcaldy Reds v Greenock Wanderers
14:24 Murrayfield Wanderers v Kirkcaldy Blues
14:42 Hamilton v Glenrothes
15:00 R.H.C v Perthshire
15:18 Greenock Wanderers v Falkirk


'Blues' Pace Secures Full Points
Written by John Methven   
Sunday, 05 April 2015
Photos by Ken Dunn
The Blues survived lengthy periods of sustained Ardrossan pressure before asserting themselves in the last quarter to romp home in the final home game of this campaign. The home side had started strongly with two converted tries on the board by the seventeenth minute. Then they drifted into sleep mode allowing the pacy Ayrshire back line to carve out a succession of chances, only one of which was taken.
Whatever coach Quintan  Sanft said to his troops at half time had the desired effect.  Kirkcaldy sharpened up in every department  with a further five tries following in a rampant second half performance.

Great running as U5/U16 beat Montrose
Written by Patrick Hadoke   
Monday, 30 March 2015

Montrose 5 Kirkcaldy 34

The nature of this match changed emphatically mid-way through the second half when Scott A suffered a double fracture to his left leg when making a tackle. This led to a considerable delay as Scott’s injury was treated and both teams had to try to keep their focus for the restart.

The opening half had been a staccato affair, with the tone set when Kirkcaldy were penalised for their first tackle in the match and, after again sustaining the referee’s displeasure, found themselves defending on their own 5 metre line. To the players’ credit, they kept their focus, played their way out of trouble and began to put together some attacks.


This Week's Fixtures

Saturday 18th April

Legacy Sevens @ Hamilton

Sunday 19th April

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BT National League Division 2

 22 89
Howe of Fife 22 88
 21 81
Falkirk 21 77
Whitecraigs 21 56
Cartha QP 20 54
Kirkcaldy 21 44
Ardrossan Acad 22 34
Aberdeenshire 22 32
Greenock Wands 22 29
Haddington 22 12
Livingston 20 3

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