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Please note that contributions to the Manager's Fund are still very welcome and we would encourage supporters to help. Any amount , big or small, will be greatly appreciated by the Club and the Manager.
This fund is RING FENCED and anyone who contributes is entitled to know the current state of the Fund at anytime on application to Leona in the Club Office. This Fund is administered strictly by Jim Corstorphine (EFFC Supporters Club representative), Jim Stevenson (Football Secretary) and of course, Billy Brown, the Manager.
25 April 2013
25th May, 2013, Buckhaven Community Centre
Among the guests who will be attending the dinner is Clive Russell who was born in Reeth England in 1945 but brought up in Fife from the age of 3 months.
He originally trained as a teacher but when his drama lecturer resigned to take over a theatre in Bolton, Russell joined him and since 1991 he has been working solely in film and television work.
Clive is a familiar face on British TV and has appeared in numerous series including Boys from the Blackstuff, Great Expectations, Waking the Dead, Silent Witness, Still Game, Cracker, Happiness, Auf Wiedersehen Pet and Coronation Street. In Margaret’s Museum, a highly acclaimed motion picture, he starred opposite Helena Bonham carter as the Gaelic speaking Neil Currie. Clive’s other film credits include Festival, Ladies in Lavender and The Wolfman.
He made an appearance in the 2009 film Sherlock Holmes as Captain Tanner and reprised the role in the film’s 2011 sequel. He also appeared in the 2010 film, The Wolfman as MacQueen.
In 2012 he was cast as Brynden “The Blackfish” Tully in the HBO fantasy drama, Game of Thrones, Tyr in the live action Thor; The Dark World. He played Inspector Frederick Abberline in BBC One’s Ripper Street (2012).
Among the guests invited are Billy McPhee, Harry (can turn on a sixpence) Kinnear, Ernie McGarr, Dave Clarke, Steve Archibald, George Dewar, Kenny Deuchar, Stevie Kirk, Greig McDonald and others including some of the current squad.
At the top table, we hope to have our Chairman of course, Sid Collumbine along with Jim Leishman, former player and First Minister of Scotland Henry McLeish, Lindsay Roy MP, Trish Marwick MSP Speaker and Paul Reid, dinner speaker.
There are still plenty of tickets left for the celebration to take place on Saturday, 25th May 2013 at Buckhaven Community Centre – over 18s only - price £50.
Come along and support the Club on what should be a tremendous evening.
THE ABOVE EVENT IS BEING SPONSORED BY FLOOD INNS
To get your ticket, please phone us on 01333 426323 or e mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
25 April 2013
24 April 2013
The winning numbers from the draw of Wed 24th April held at the Corner Shop, Cellardyke are 8, 11, 14, 24. There were no jackpot winners and the new jackpot is up to £2000.00. The next draw will be made in The Rising Sun Tavern (Tam's Bar) Buckhaven on Wed 1st May 2013 at 1.30pm
The runners up were B Forgan and E Kirkwood Bi-Fab (East Fife Junior Supporters Club)
23 April 2013