Connor Syme’s terrific recent form has helped land him a place in this year’s Walker Cup side to face the US in September. The 22-year-old has reiterated across this year that his main goal for the season was to make the Great Britain and Ireland side for the showdown at Los Angeles Country Club. The R&A confirmed its team for the competition on Monday afternoon, listing the Drumoig amateur amongst its ranks.
East Fife will bounce into Saturday's derby with Raith Rovers full of confidence after this battling win at Gayfield. Late and sustained Arbroath pressure may have caused a few hearts to be in mouths until the full-time whistle arrived, but there's no doubt this was deserved victory for the Methil club. The ending was probably more nervy than it needed to be with the Fifers taking a 3-1 lead in with them at the break.
Have your sayCharlie King admits the numbers game is beginning to stack up against his Tayport side. The Canniepairt boss is feeling the strain of having a small squad and is keen to add to it sooner rather than later. ‘Port notched a late 3-2 win over Dunbar at the weekend before suffering a 2-0 defeat at Kirriemuir in midweek. King said: “As much as I had a go at the players on Wednesday night it was maybe a bit harsh because we are struggling numbers wise.
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