Name : Tony Reid
Tony is a relative new comer to the sport, however has immersed himself in all aspects of it. Having been persuaded by his 2 playing sons to try out, Tony now plays as Centre on the Kings Offensive Line. Using his previous training experience and new football knowledge he has added Level 1 coaching to his many attributes.
He is a multi faceted asset to the Club and works hard to continue its positive development.
Name : Chan Phung
Chan is also former a Dunfermline Wildcat from 25 years ago and that’s how he first met Sid and that friendship continues to this day, Chan started his football career as a RB and has also enjoyed a very successful career in the IT industry and brings all of that knowledge to the club. Chan plays with the Carnegie Steelers and last year also assisted with coaching to pass on his knowledge to new players. Chan has been instrumental to highlight that the social/friendship side of playing for a team/club is as important as what you do on the field and hopes the club members will appreciate the friendships they make will last a lifetime.
Name : Steve Smith
Name : Stuart Anderson
2018 will be Stuarts 3rd season with the Carnegie family this season and played flag for our Renegades and Kirkcaldy Bulls. Coming from Basketball similar to a few other players in the club he spent 12 years from youth level to senior men national league with Dunfermline Reign.
Stuart currently runs his own Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365 business providing Training, Consultancy and Support so brings a vast amount of IT knowledge and previous Social and Web Experience to the club.
Name : Robert McDowall
Robert has been with Dunfermline for nearly 5 years as a player and coach. Before this he played for Glasgow Tigers and also plays Aussie Rules football. He is hoping his past experience as both a player and coach can help him bridge the gap between both and help make everyone's job as easy as possible on and off the field.
Name : Stewart McEwan
Name : Carolann Davidson
My son has been part of the Dunfermline Saints youth program for a few years now. The club have always encouraged parents to take an active involvement in the management of the club and I was happy to take up the role of Safeguarding Officer.
I feel that as a parent I am ideally qualified and motivated to look out for the welfare of the kids in the club.
As well as manage the clubs PVG record for coaches I would also deal with any child concerns that arise.