Results 26/08/14

Kingdom Caledonian League

Kettle United 0-2 Eastvale
Glenrothes Afc 0-7 Balgonie Scotia
Cupar Hearts 2-3 Greig Park Rangers
Leven United 3-0 Strathmiglo United
Rosyth Civil Service 4-0 Kinross Afc
Lumphinnans United P-P Bowhill Rovers

Glenrothes 0-4 Cupar Hearts

A spectacular Paul Cuss double helps Hearts to victory.

Kingdom Caledonian League

Saturday 23rd August 2014

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Results 23/08/14

Kingdom Caledonian League

Glenrothes Afc 0-4 Cupar Hearts
Strathmiglo United 3-3 Bowhill Rovers
Lumphinnans United 7-2 Kinross Afc
Rosyth Civil Service 2-2 Balgonie Scotia
Eastvale 1-3 Greig Park Rangers
Kettle United 1-6 Leven United

Results 19/08/14

Kingdom Caledonian League

Rosyth Civil Service 1-2 Lumphinnans United
Kinross Afc 0-5 Leven United
Strathmiglo United 3-0 Balgonie Scotia
Glenrothes Afc 1-4 Eastvale
Greigpark Rangers 5-0 Kettle United
Cupar Hearts 2-4 Bowhill Rovers

Results 16/08/14

Kingdom Caledonian League

Eastvale 1-4 Cupar Hearts
Greig park Rangers 3-0 Glenrothes Afc
Kinross Afc 6-4 Kettle United
Leven United 1-1 Lumphinnans United
Strathmiglo United 5-2 Rosyth Civil Service

Eastvale 1-4 Cupar Hearts

Great team performance sees Hearts off to the perfect start.

Saturday 16th August 2014.

Kingdom Caledonian League.

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Fixtures

Fixtures 16/8/14

Glendale Plastics League

Eastvale v Cupar Hearts
Greigpark Rangers v Glenrothes Afc
Kinross Afc v Kettle United
Leven United v Lumphinnans United
Strathmiglo United v Rosyth Civil Service
Free Balgonie Scotia
Idle Bowhill Rovers
All 2.00ko

Fixtures 19/8/14

Glendale Plastics League

Rosyth Civil Service v Lumphinnans United
Kinross Afc v Leven United
Strathmiglo United v Balgonie Scotia
Glenrothes Afc v Eastvale
Greigpark Rangers v Kettle United
Cupar Hearts v Bowhill Rovers
All 6.30ko

Fixtures 23/8/14

Glendale Plastics League

Glenrothes Afc v Cupar Hearts
Bowhill Rovers v Strathmiglo United
Lumphinnans United v Kinross Afc
Kettle United v Leven United
Rosyth Civil Service v Balgonie Scotia
Eastvale v Greigpark Rangers
All 2.00ko

Fixtures 26/8/14
Glendale Plastics League

Kettle United v Eastvale
Balgonie Scotia v Glenrothes Afc
Cupar Hearts v Greigpark Rangers
Lumphinnans United v Bowhill Rovers
Leven United v Strathmiglo United
Rosyth Civil Service v Kinross Afc
All 6.30ko

Fixtures 30/8/14

M+H Engineering League Cup 1st Round

Cupar Hearts v Balgonie Scotia
Kinross Afc v Rosyth Civil Service
Lumphinnans United v Glenrothes Afc
Kettle United v Greigpark Rangers

M+H Engineering League Cup 2nd Round

Leven United v Strathmiglo United

Glendale Plastics League

Bowhill Rovers v Eastvale
All 2.00ko

Pre-season Training Schedule Season 2014-2015

SessionDateTimeVenueFriendly/Training
1Tues 8th July7 P.M.Duffus ParkTraining
2Thurs 10th July7 P.M. Duffus ParkTraining
3Sat 12th July1 P.M. Duffus ParkTraining
4Tues 15th July7 P.MDuffus ParkTraining
5Thurs 17th July7 P.M.Duffus ParkTraining
6Sat 19th July2 P.M. TayportTayport JFC
7Tues 22nd July7.30 P.M. Duffus Park St James AFC
8Thurs 24th July7 P.M. Duffus ParkTraining
9Sat 26th JulyTBCDuffus ParkDuffus Cup
10Tues 29th July 7 P.M. TBCAway game
11Thurs 31st July7 P.M. Duffus ParkTraining
12Sat 2nd/ Sun 3rd AugustTBCSt AndrewsSt Andrews Tournament
13Tues 5th August7 P.M. Duffus ParkTraining
14Thurs 7th August 7 P.M.Duffus Park Pittenweem Rovers
15Sat 9th August 2.30 P.M. St MonansSt Monans AFC
16Tues 12th August7 P.M. Duffus ParkTraining
17Thurs 14th August 7 P.M. Duffus Park Training

Loyal Service

One of Cupar Hearts’ longest serving players was honoured for his loyal service to the Club on Saturday.

Tommy Halley has played for Cupar Hearts on and off since the 1996/1997 season and was presented with a shirt and a trophy to show the Clubs appreciation for all of his efforts.

During his time at Hearts he won over 20 trophies which included being part of the first ever Cupar Hearts team in history to lift the Fife Cup back in 2007 and saw the Club go on to win the cup 4 times. Tommy also played a key part in Cupar’s record breaking 4th consecutive Kingdom Caledonian League Championship success.

He lists the Scottish Cup semi-final against Pollock where he scored to help Hearts to a convincing 6-2 victory as one of his favourite matches along with Cupar’s 2nd Fife Cup win versus Kennoway Amateurs, and despite his goal being disallowed for offside the team ran out 3-1 victors. And back in 2008 Cupar Hearts travelled to face Rosyth Civil Service needing all three points to be crowned Champions while their opponents required only a draw to retain the Kingdom Caledonian League trophy. After an emotion fuelled 90 minutes Hearts came away with a 2-1 win lifting the Championship for the 2nd time since season 2000-01.

His highlight was playing in the Scottish Amateur Cup run that got the Club to the final at Hampden Park in May 2007 for the first time in 50 years. Despite Cupar’s narrow 1-0 defeat to Drumchapel United around 2000 supporters travelled to cheer on the boys and the town of Cupar had every right to be proud of their team.

His most memorable moment was back in season 2011-2012 when he needed to score in the last game of the season to prevent a player fine for not scoring all season. Cupar Hearts hosted Eastvale and with the Kingdom Caledonian League title on the line Tommy scored the equaliser- turning the ball into his own net! Luckily the draw was enough to leave Hearts one point ahead of nearest rivals Leven United to claim the title for a 3rd consecutive season. A memory I’m sure he’d rather forget!

Cupar Hearts wish Tommy Halley every success in his future.

Pictured below: Tommy Halley with Chairman Jim Smith

Tommy Halley

End of an Era

Cupar Hearts’ most successful manager of all time has decided to step down after 7 years at the helm.

Robson Sibanda along with his assistant David Lumsden have blown full-time on their illustrious careers and will take a break from football.

The duo took over in 2007 with high expectations after a successful season which saw Hearts reach the Scottish Cup final and win the Fife Cup for the first time in their history.

Their achievements however have gone above and beyond anyone’s imagination leading Cupar to an incredible 17 trophies including 3 Fife Cup’s and 5 League Championships. This outstanding feat also saw a record breaking 4th consecutive Kingdom Caledonian League Title.

Craig Lumsden with Charles Anderson as his assistant took charge at the end of the season and are local men who have both played for the Club.

Craig Lumsden joins Hearts new to management after a successful playing career where he played professionally for Dunfermline Athletic, East Fife and Forfar then at junior level with Oakley and Ballingry and latterly at amateur level with Cupar Hearts.

The new appointments bring about an exciting new chapter in the rich history of the Club.

Robson Sibanda and David Lumsden both received awards as a token of the Clubs appreciation.

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