Howe win game but miss the championship
Written by Ian Gray   
Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Kenny Nattrass in the thick of the action early on

Howe of Fife came to the Beveridge Park with hopes of the Championship but needed  to win with a bonus point and hope that Jed-Forest would slip up at home against Lasswade. They achieved their bonus point win but Jed made sure of the Championship by winning with a bonus against Lasswade.

Before the game there was a minutes silence in memory of the late Alan Thomson (Tamson) who passed away in February. This was the first home game since his death.

The conditions were crisp but cold with a strong swirling wind with Howe kicking off towards the pond end in front of perhaps the Beveridge Park's biggest crowd of the season.

A game of two halves
Written by James Shaw   
Wednesday, 19 March 2014
U14/U13 31 Portobello 14
Winning Team
Just two weeks after the previous fixture between these two teams, it was time for the return at Beveridge Park.
Our squad for the day consisted of:  Benjamin, Jack, Craig, Logan, Daniel K, Rhys, Matthew, Cameron, Harry, Scott, Joshua, Samuel, Andre, Robbie, Blair, Lewis, Charlie, Anton, Eaun.
The coaches were under no illusions about the strength of opposition and had always thought that the previous victory by the Blues was less than generous to the Portobello efforts on the pitch.  This time both teams came together with a little bit more knowledge of each other than previously. 
With game-plans in place the Blues were prepared for battle when the first challenge of the day arrived in the form of the 17-man Portobello squad opting for a 13-aside game.  We duly obliged but this would create a new challenge as we made sure every one of the 19-man Blues squad played in the first half
To borrow football parlance, this would turn out to be a “game of two halves”.
Near full strength U16 Squad make trip to Montrose
Written by Patrick Hadoke   
Tuesday, 18 March 2014
Montrose 12 vs Kirkcaldy 46

With the prospect of Easter and Exams on the horizon, the season is drawing to a close for the U15/U16s. This has not dampened their enthusiasm, though, and a near full strength squad made this oft-postponed trip up the A92 to finally fulfil this return fixture with Montrose.

The warm, sunny conditions were only slightly marred by a strong wind blowing across the field, but firm ground and a wide pitch offered the prospect of some opportunities for the wingers to show their pace. After losing the toss, Kirkcaldy opened playing up the slope and into the wind.

Colts win national bowl semi-final
Written by Keith Ferguson   
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
Kirkcaldy U18 27 v Moray U18 12
The semi-final of the national bowl competition took place at Beveridge Park with the home side coming out winners but not as easily as the scoreline might reflect. After seeing Scotland throwing away an achievable victory the day before the Colts were determined not to do the same but didn't start smartly as Moray were the first scorers of the day.
Taking a  7-0 lead Moray defended gallantly but eventually give way when Curtis Hollingworth nipped up the blind side to score in the corner.
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