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Subsidised Transport to Livingston

26 October 2016

Thanks to a kind gesture from Mr George Robertson the fare for the1903 Travel Club bus to Livingston on Saturday, 5th November will be £6 for all.
For further information, and to book your seat, please contact Ian on 07795115631.
Please note that all under 18s must be accompanied by an adult and that the carrying of alcohol is NOT permitted.

Goldmine draw of Wed.26th October

26 October 2016

Today's winning numbers are 7, 13, 21, 22. No jackpot winners but 2 runners up winning a tenner each. The new jackpot will be £1100.00 and will be drawn in The bank Hotel, Anstruther on Wed. 2nd November 2016 at 1pm. The runners up were Ian Berwick (Leven Thistle GC) and JL Doig, Newton Aycliffe Co. Durham (Standing Order).

Hard fought draw at Stranraer

26 October 2016

Ladbrokes League 1, Stair Park, Saturday 22nd October 2016


Stranraer 1 (Bell 70’)

East Fife 1 (Brown 28’)

Man of the Match: Jason Kerr


Stranraer XI: Belford, Robertson, Dick, Watt, Bell, Morena, Turner, C Thomson, Gibson, Malcolm, Nade

Subs Not Used: Currie, McKeown

Booked: Dick


East Fife XI: Hurst, Mercer, Slattery, Kane, Page, Kerr, Brown, Smith, Wilkie, Wallace, Naysmith

Subs Not Used: Goodfellow, O’Hara

Booked: Wallace


Referee: John McKendrick

Attendance: 482


East Fife made the long trip down to Stranraer and came home with a hard-fought 1-1 draw after a proverbial game of two halves. Gary Naysmith made one change to the side that lost to Queen’s Park last weekend with Jason Kerr replacing Jamie Insall. East Fife lined up in a 4-1-3-1-1 formation with Kerr slotting into defence, Kane moving to midfield, Smith playing as the main striker and Wallace sitting in behind.


East Fife had their first sight of goal inside the first minute when Ross Brown managed to pick out Pat Slattery at the far post but he fired wide. Kyle Wilkie then had a shot deflected behind for a corner before Belford got down well to deny Jonathan Page. Chris Kane tired his luck from 30-yards but Belford was able to hold. At the other end, Christian Nade headed just wide from a Gibson free kick near the corner flag before the striker passed up a glorious chance to put the home side a head when he pulled his shot wide from 5 yards.


East Fife were looking the stronger side and took a deserved lead on 28 minutes. Kevin Smith’s cross was deflected into the path of Ross Brown who scored from 8 yards for his first of the season. Page had the chance to make it 2-0 shortly before the interval but couldn’t find room to get his shot away with his back to goal after a knock down by Jason Kerr at the back post.


Whatever was said in the home dressing room at half-time certainly worked as it was Stranraer who came out firing after the break. Craig Malcolm had a shot blocked and Nade passed up a couple of opportunities to get Stranraer on the score sheet before the home side found a deserved equaliser on 70 minutes when Steven Bell lost his marker to head home Gibson’s corner. Stranraer pilled on the pressure and looked the likeliest to find a winner but the East Fife defence held firm to head home with a hard earned point.


After the match Manager Gary Naysmith spoke to East Fife TV:

“I thought the first half we took Stranraer by surprise with how we played. We got forward more directly then we normally do, which we’ve worked on. We got our goal, deservedly, the first 15 minutes is probably the strongest we’ve started all season. The disappointing thing is that we didn’t kill the game, granted they had a good chance with Christian Nade, but we had a lot of good chances from corners especially and we’ve got to finish them off. In the second half, I imagine Brian (Reid) has had a bit of a go at the players and they’ve started the second half really well, and they’ve picked up a bit of impetus and really they’ve penned us in the whole second half and they did deserve their goal.”

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Saturday, 22nd October 2016

Stranraer 1-1 East Fife

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East Fife v Airdrieonians

Saturday, 29th October at 3pm

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1 Brechin City 10 7 22
2 Livingston 10 11 21
3 Alloa Athletic 10 9 19
4 Albion Rovers 10 1 14
5 Airdrieonians 10 0 14
6 Stranraer 10 -2 13
7 East Fife 10 3 12
8 Peterhead 10 -5 10
9 Queen's Park 10 -9 10
10 Stenhousemuir 10 -15 6


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