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DALGETY BAY judoka Kirsty Marsh represented Scotland for the first time at the 38th Venray International Judo Tournament in Holland earlier this month and exceeded expectations by reaching the semi-final stage before bowing out.
DON'T miss tomorrow's 10-page Press Sport section, which sees regular golf columnist, Dunfermline Golf Club professional Chris Nugent, answering questions sent in by Press readers.
THE PARS will be begin life in the Second Division with a short trip to take on Fife rivals East Fife.
A DALGETY BAY golfer was the Boss of the course as she scored a hole-in-one at Aberdour.
WILLIE NEWBIGGING said that he is optimistic about Kelty Hearts' future despite watching his side end their marathon season in defeat.
Pars United has confirmed it will submit a formal bid to buy both Dunfermline Athletic and East End Park tomorrow.
THE 36th Fife Track and Field Championships organised by Disability Sport Fife were held at Pitreavie Athletics Centre and this year attracted an entry of 152 senior and junior athletes with a disability from across Fife.
A DUNFERMLINE schoolgirl is set to pit her wits against Europe's best after earning her first senior Scotland cap.
A PARS fan looking to raise money for the club is ready to sell the shirt off his back - or rather, a number of them from every Scottish football club.
INVERKEITHING Hillfield Swifts under-19s ended their season on a high by lifting the South East Region Youth FA Cup last Wednesday.
WOODMILL High School's under-15 girls' side secured a prestigious double by lifting the Scottish Schools' FA shield in Edinburgh.
BEST-SELLING author Irvine Welsh has pledged his support to the 'Buy The Pars' campaign.
THERE were only wins for Broomhall and Dalgety Bay at the weekend while Dunfermline Carnegie lost their unbeaten tag in Division Five.
A NUMBER of Carnegie swimmers travelled to Edinburgh to take part in the final round of the Scottish Swimming Grand Prix series which doubled as the East District Open Championship.
PLACED into administration in April with debts of £12million, the extensive list of creditors left out of pocket by Dunfermline Athletic is published in full in tomorrow's Press. The list of shame includes 139 trade and loan creditors, including the British Red Cross and the Scottish Ambulance Service, owed a total of more than £1.8million, with Fife Council owed nearly £93,000. In addition, around 140 employees of the club are owed almost £167,000 in mostly unpaid wages with various amounts owed to each individual member of last year's Pars first-team squad.
DUNFERMLINE Water Polo Club finished phase 1 of the Scottish National League in pole position after beating rivals Portobello 14-9 at the Royal Commonwealth Pool, Edinburgh, on Saturday.
InCAS hosted their annual distance meet at the Carnegie Leisure Centre last weekend with clubs from Nairn, Aberdeen, Skye, Cumbernauld, Dundee and East Kilbride in the pool.
PITREAVIE'S Eilidh Child claimed a personal best time in the outdoor 400m as her fine start to 2013 continued.
Racing legend John McGuinness will be talking about his career at a a special event at the Carnegie Hall tomorrow before getting back on the track at Knockhill this weekend.
INVERKEITHING Bowling Club was the venue where West Fife hoped to achieve their first win in this year's Hamilton Trophy competition.
JUNIOR members of Dalgety Bay squash club recently took the honours for Tayside and Fife in the Scottish Junior Inter-Regional Team tournament.
TEAM manager Willie Campbell must be wondering what has happened to his side after they suffered their fourth straight defeat against their Midlothian counterparts in the Hamilton trophy.
DALGETY BAY swimmer Craig Rodgie was in outstanding form at the 42nd Scottish Disability Sport (SDS) Championships for swimmers with a learning disability held at Scotstoun in Glasgow.
AN ADMINISTRATOR'S report has revealed the extent of debt owed by Dunfermline Athletic to its creditors.
TALKS are continuing between Pars United and millionaire former director Ronnie Weymes to see if he is ready to back their plans to save the club.
DUNFERMLINE Athletic Ladies missed out on Scottish Women's Football League First Division Cup glory as they were well beaten by Inverness City in Sunday's final.
ROUND FOUR of the hotly-contested MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship takes place at Knockhill circuit on June 14/16th and in addition to the world-class riders in action, a unique tribute will take place to one of Scotland's best riders.
ANOTHER full East League cricket programme on Saturday but only three wins for the West Fife sides.
WILLIE NEWBIGGING says that he is taking on one of the biggest jobs in Fife junior football after being appointed boss of Kelty Hearts.
IT is every young Scottish fan's dream to take to the field at Hampden Park and play a game of football. And for 10 lucky pupils from McLean Primary School, that dream became a reality last Wednesday as they visited the national stadium as part of the Tesco Bank Football Challenge.
EILIDH Child's run of victories at the start of the outdoor athletics season stretched to three last night (Monday).
EILIDH Child continued her good start to the outdoor season by breaking the Scottish 400m hurdles record on Saturday.
ABERDOUR Primary School batted away all the opposition to run off with a Kwik Cricket title last week.
FORMER Pars hero Jackie McNamara has backed the fans group who are looking to buy the club out of administration.
THERE was success for West Fife at the Scottish Open Volleyball Tournament held in Perth recently.
PARS fans have already raised more than £265,000 to save their club, now they need to dig deep for another £500,000 to buy it.
JIM JEFFERIES is praying that none of his young starlets leave the club this summer - as he can't offer them a proper contract.