In the latest in our series of Q&As with Scotland's rugby clubs, the Blues share their hopes for 2012, and relate a favourite story from Beveridge Park's past.

Club Name and nickname: Kirkcaldy Rugby Football Club. The Blues.

Founded: 1873

Based: Beveridge Park, Kirkcaldy

Club Colours: Royal blue with red

Current officials: President - Don Burns, Captain - Willie Gray, Coach - Quintan Sanft, Director of Rugby - Gordon Stewart

1st XV squad: Backs: Jamie Moffat, Willie Berry, John Wilson, Iain Gillies, Mark Wallace, Cameron Goodall, Quintan Sanft, Barry Dunnett, Kurt Littlejohn, Gavin McKenzie

Forwards: Mark Thomson, Willie Gray, George Mangalo, Grant Brooksbank, Greg Wallace, Ross Girdler, Shaun Orr, Stuart Porter, Mark Graham, Gavin Neilson, Liam Neilson, Rab van Rensberg, Craig Wilson

Target for Season: Premier Top 3

Nearest Rivals: Howe of Fife

Best Results: Beating Currie and Melrose in consecutive games in 2000. More recently, beating Livingston 92-0 in 2007.

Worst Result: Losing to Corstorphine in the Cup in 2001, or losing to Garnock in the Shield final in 2008.

Most Famous Player: Bob Howie, Lions 1924 and Grand Slam 1925

Most Infamous Player: A Welshman turned up at Beveridge Park in 1966 claiming to have played for Welsh Schools. He was quite a good player and was selected for the 2nd XV on a day when 2nds, 3rds and 4ths were all at home.

Ten minutes before kick-off a Black Maria (police van) appeared in the park and two policemen emerged. They had come to arrest this individual. Pleas from the match secretary that if he was taken away at that time the team would be short were accepted by police. 

The van was parked beside pitch and at the end of the game he was immediately arrested and taken away in his kit. Later it was reported that he had been sentenced to six months in jail for fraud - perhaps he had never played for Welsh Schools. Some years later some-one spotted him in London where he was the manager of a strip club.

Most Memorable Incident: Winning promotion to Premier 1 in 2000.

Most Embarrassing Incident: There are too many to list.

Favourite piece of memorabilia: A letter from Fife Council saying that the clubhouse had been removed from the rating list, saving the club £3000 a year.