Next Match: 1st XV v Greenock Wanderers at Beveridge Park on 7th February ko 3pm


Kirkcaldy's best of the season
Written by John Methven   
Saturday, 31 January 2015


With the second last kick of the game, Kirkcaldy stand off Craig Letham slotted the winning penalty from about 40 metres to give the Blues their best win for at least three seasons.  Promotion chasing Falkirk had taken a first minute 5-0 lead through stand off Logan Bonner and for significant portions of the game looked capable of taking the points.

Both in attack and offence the Blues summoned up huge quantities of spirit and determination to secure this win.  The third quarter saw Quintan Sanft’s men inject pace and direction into their game, turning a half time 19-13 deficit into a 20-19 lead in the 55th minute.  Even so they had to overcome a huge handicap of coming off a clear second best at the pieces. Included in the Falkirk pack was former Scottish internationalist five times capped Craig Hamilton and his presence greatly aided the home side‘s fire power.

Good win for U16 in first game of 2015
Written by Patrick Hadoke   
Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Kirkcaldy 41 Dunfermline 20

Kirkcaldy managed to field a competitive squad for this fixture, despite the loss of several players to exam revision. The team was in need of a game after the Christmas break and there was a general sigh of relief when the weather warmed sufficiently to allow the match to go ahead.

The home side started the match strongly, taking possession and running at the visitors. There was early evidence that in-roads could be made in the three quarter line and Ewan capped some good early pressure by hitting the line at pace and driving through the defensive cover to touch down to the left of the posts. Cammy converted and a second try followed soon after, with Brandon showing good strength to finish a fine backs move, suggesting that the day was going to go smoothly for the Blues.

Kirkcaldy take points but let game drift
Written by John Methven   
Sunday, 11 January 2015

Photos by Ken Dunn

This was an eight tries to two win for the Blues against a Haddington team which was out played for large portions of the game but never lost their appetite and deserved their two second half scores.

After four consecutive defeats Kirkcaldy were anxious to halt the downward drift in the table but facing an awkward swirling wind they didn’t help themselves with some over ambitious handling in the early stages and relied on s good touch finders from Quintan Sanft and Craig Letham to find worthwhile field positions.  Growing territorial superiority eventually paid off as flanker Dayle Turner crossed in the corner for a 5-0 lead.

Blues 2s - Youth Prevails
Written by Colin George   
Saturday, 06 December 2014

Kirkcaldy 2nd XV 17 Stobswell 13

Kirkcaldy seconds hosted Stobswell at Beveridge Park knowing they would have to play as should Stobby lose they would be relegated out of Division 3.  

Stobby  's intention was clear from the outset, their bigger pack really taking the game to the young Kirkcaldy team.  It wasn't long before they were encamped in the 22 thanks, in general, to the pick and drives and forwards taking short passes from the scrum half.
Online Shop
Written by Don Burns   
Monday, 24 November 2014
The online shop for the clubs teamwear is now open. Items available include Hurricane Jacket, Mace T-Shirt, Arena Trackpants, College Hoodie, Players Bag, Alaska Bodywarmer, Chariot T-Shirt, Storm Jacket, Power Shorts, International Hoodie, Rucksack, Mercury T-Shirt, Tech Polo and more will be added. 

All items are in stock and so orders placed within the next few days will be delivered in time for Christmas.

To go to the online shop click Online Shop or and then clubs along the menu bar and select Kirkcaldy RFC from the dropdown menu.
Subscriptions are due!
Written by Raymond Mann   
Friday, 13 June 2014

Subscriptions are due! 

At the AGM the members agreed to increase the subscriptions, the first time for 5 years. The subscriptions are now due and the treasurer would appreciate early payment.

In order that the club has the correct information all members, when renewing their subscription, or all new members must complete an application form.

Different information is required for the various classes of membership and to simplify the process four different forms have been produced.

These are detailed below. Please select the correct one complete it and send to the address on the form or hand in to the bar.

Playing Membership - to be used by all adult playing members male and female. This form now gives the opportunity to pay by instalments over 5 months or to pay membership and home match fees by monthly standing order

Non Playing Membership - As it says to be used by all non playing members

Youth Membership - To be used by all youth grade members - U18, U16, U15, U14, U13  and P1 to P7 Wee Blues

Family Membership - Available to families where the parent or parents and all playing youth members wish to be members.

Raymond Mann - Membership Secretary


This Week's Fixtures

Saturday 31 January

1st XV 23 Falkirk 22

2nd XV v Bannockburn (a) - Postponed

Sunday 1 February

U16/U15 v Dundee Eagles - Postponed

U14/U13 v Perth - Postponed- Now training at Templehall CC from 10am

Wee Blues training at Beveridge Park ko 10am

Whats on in the Club

League Table

BT National League Division 2

 15 65
Musselburgh 17 64
Howe of Fife  15 61
Falkirk 17 61
Aberdeenshire 14 47
Whitecraigs 14 40
Cartha QP 15 39
Kirkcaldy 15 30
Ardrossan Acad 16 22
Greenock Wands 15 18
Haddington 17 12
Livingston 14 8

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Last game v Falkirk

3 Dayle Turner

2 Craig Letham

1 Connor Wood

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