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Next Away Day: Kirkcaldy

Tue, 17th Feb 2004 12:00am

Every match is now a crucial one and on Saturday it's the turn of Raith Rovers at Stark's Park. Here is some info to help you along the way...

WEATHER REPORT

Early forecasts suggest cold but fair weather for Kirkcaldy on Saturday.

HOW TO GET THERE

Car: From the M8 take the A90/M90 over the Forth Bridge and follow the A921 to Kirkcaldy. The ground is at the southern end of the town. When you reach the B&Q roundabout on the outskirts of the town, turn left and you will be able to see the floodlights ahead. Journey time about 1 hour 15 minutes. Car Parking is available for away fans at Beveridge Park near the North Stand.

Rail: From Glasgow Queen Street to Edinburgh, alight Haymarket, train to Kirkcaldy, ground is about a 15 minute walk away. Journey time 1 hr 30 minutes. Day Return costs: Adult £16.30, Child £8.15.

SUPPORTERS' BUSES


Two supporters' buses are travelling north and welcome all fans...

Castlemilk Branch (0141 569 3625 - Eric Steel): Murray Square 11.25am, Castlemilk Drive 11.40am, Clyde Club 11.50am, Muslin Street 12noon. £9 adults, £6 reduced. Second child goes free with every adult.

Glasgow Branch (0141 771 1385 - Rod MacKenzie): Millennium Hotel George Square 11.00am, 11.30am Broadwood Farm. £10 adults, £5 reduced.

PRICES

North Stand - £12 adults, £5 concession, £15 parent and child.

DISABLED INFO

Wheelchairs: Access within North Stand.

OFFICIAL MATCH PROGRAMME

£1.50

REFRESHMENTS

The following watering holes come recommended:- Novar Bar, Fourways and The Penny Farthing. On the food front, and for families, the Chapel Home Farm (Fife Regional Road) is worth a visit.