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Howe of Fife 7s
Written by Colin George   
Monday, 08 May 2017
On Saturday 6th May 2017 Kirkcaldy Rugby club’s senior, ladies and colts 7s teams attended a sunny but breezy Duffus Park, Cupar for the annual Howe of Fife 7s tournament.

The seniors were drawn in a tough group alongside 2 Scots from Edinburgh and Morgan FP rugby club, the ladies pool contained Watsonians and Melrose and the colts had Howe B and Glenrothes to compete with. 

Due to several teams failing to turn up on time for the start the schedule had to be altered for the tournament giving Kirkcaldy seniors only 10 minutes to prepare for their first tie against 2 Scots. 

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Zingari at Forfar in photos
Written by Ken Dunn   
Friday, 05 May 2017

Zingari win at Forfar

Photos by Ken Dunn

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KRFC win Crieff 7s
Written by Colin George   
Monday, 01 May 2017

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7s Captain gets winners cup

Saturday 29th April 2017 saw a young Kirkcaldy 7s squad impressively win the annual Crieff 7s tournament.  With the average age of the players sitting at only 20 Kirkcaldy would be up against some experienced players and would have to play smart.  Guest teams from Falkirk, Stirling County, Dundee High School FP and Morrisons old boys were brimming with Premiership and National Division 1 players meaning the quality of rugby would be impressive.

Kirkcaldy were drawn in a group with Morrisons old boys and Perth but made a very rusty start to the tournament against Morrisons, going down to an early try before battling back to win by a conversion with the last kick of the match.  This woke the blues up a bit and their winning performance against a good Perth team showed some improvement.

Having won the group, the blues went through to the cup semi-finals where they would face Tommy’s Wolfhounds, a team made up of Stirling County players.  The Wolfhounds had strolled through their group and started very well against Kirkcaldy taking an early 7-point lead.

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Motion from Scottish Parliament
Written by John Methven   
Monday, 01 May 2017
*S5M-05377 David Torrance: Kirkcaldy Ladies Rugby Club—That the Parliament congratulates
Kirkcaldy Ladies Rugby Club on reaching the BT Women’s Bowl final at Murrayfield; understands
that, although they lost 29-20 to Garioch in the final, the players showed great talent, spirit,
determination and teamwork; notes the invaluable dedication, experience and guidance of the
coach, Stuart Cameron, and captain, Alison Massie; praises the hard work and commitment of all
players, and wishes them and the team every success in the future.
Supported by: James Dornan*, Ben Macpherson*, Sandra White*, Richard Lyle*, Ash Denham*,
Gillian Martin*, Bill Kidd*, Colin Beattie*, Clare Haughey*, Stuart McMillan*
 
 
Borougmuir win Kirkcaldy Sevens
Written by Michael Booth   
Tuesday, 25 April 2017

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Heggie Cup winners Boroughmuir
Boroughmuir triumphed in the 65th edition of Kirkcaldy’s annual seven-a-side tournament on Saturday at Beveridge Park. The Edinburgh side won the Heggie Cup for the second time in four years, beating the hosts in the final.

The event, this year sponsored by Fife Carpet Mill and Rainbow Flowers, featured twelve teams from Central Scotland and saw good crowds enjoying the day’s rugby action.

Full results - Photos of the event

Kirkcaldy got the tournament off to a great start thanks to a 42-14 win over last year’s winners Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. They followed this up with another convincing win in their second group match, 36-10 the score against Stirling University.

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BLUES ROUND OFF WITH NINE TRIES
Written by John Methven   
Saturday, 15 April 2017
ARDROSSAN ACCIES 34 KIRKCALDY 57

The Blues ended their league season in some style at a windy Memorial Field last Saturday running in nine tries and playing with a confidence often missing this season. Credit however must also go to the already relegated Ayrshire side who refused to lie down against a torrent of scoring and had three tries of their own in the space of five minutes in the closing stages.

Kirkcaldy skipper Gavin McKenzie booked the first use of a stiff end to end chill breeze blowing off the sea at the coin toss and it was hardly surprising that his side had the better of early play. It was no shock when McKenzie himself opened the scoring with a smartly taken tapped penalty in the 6th minute with Craig Letham adding the extra points for a 7-0 Kirkcaldy lead.

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This Week's Fixtures

Saturday 6th May 2017

1st XV, Ladies and U18 at Howe 7s ko for U18 and Ladies 11am, 1st XV 12 noon

U15/U16 v Italian Touring Side at Beveridge Park ko 11am

Sunday 7th May 2017

U18 at Madras 7s ko 11am

Micro Wee Blues and P2/P3 training at 10am

P4/P5, P6/P7 and S1/S2 v RC Paris Neuilly at Beveridge Park meet at 2pm for 3pm ko

League Table

BT National League Division 2

TeamPlPts
Cartha QP 22 97
Kelso 22 96
Peebles
 22 86
GHK 22 81
Aberdeenshire 22 66
Preston Lodge 22 61
Biggar 22 56
West of Scotland 22 52
Kirkcaldy 22 45
Whitecraigs 22 40
Ardrossan Acad 22 28
Hillhead Jordanhill 22 1

View full league table on scottishrugby.org

Star Check

FIFE TROPHY CENTRE

Match 25 v Ardrossan Acad

3 James Pow
2 Kurt Littlejohn
1 Michael Harper

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