ROSYTH have been handed a dugout boost after their management team put pen to paper on new contracts with the club.

Boss, Greig Denham, and his number two, Steve Kerrigan, have agreed new deals that will keep them in the Rec dugout until the end of next season.

Former Motherwell and Falkirk defender Denham, 46, was appointed in September last year after Russell Craig and Dean Ogg, who vacated their position as co-managers to take up new roles on the club's committee, primarily tasked with driving their bid to find a new home for the team.

That looks set to come to fruition, with Rosyth set to move to a new facility at Pitreavie playing fields, as their former home on Admiralty Road, Recreation Park, which they vacated in 2018, finally set to be turned into a Lidl supermarket (see page five).

Denham, who took over a Rosyth side that had won just once in the early part of the season, an Alex Jack Cup, first round success against Fauldhouse United, is excited about the future, and said: "It is something we've been talking about for a while, and we're more than happy to sign on.

"It's had a positive reaction from the squad, and one or two boys have also committed. It bodes well that the boys can see we're committed to the club.

"I am enjoying it. I believe in what we're doing and, this season, when we came in, we were looking for an improvement in results and performances, which we have had.

"We want to finish the season as high up as we can. There is a lot of work to be done, but a lot to be positive about, especially with the new ground and things like that."

Following on from their management, Aiden McAvoy, and Callum Strang have also agreed extensions to their Rosyth contracts, with the latter signing on until 2027.

Rosyth were in league action on Saturday, losing out by the odd-goal-in-seven to Kinnoull at the Fleet Grounds.