Team Pd GD Pt
1 Hibernian 29 26 58
2 Falkirk 30 15 48
3 Morton 28 11 48
4 Dundee Utd 28 7 44
5 Queen of the Sth 30 -5 36
6 Dunfermline 29 -1 35
7 Raith Rovers 30 -12 33
8 Dumbarton 30 -9 31
9 Ayr Utd 29 -17 31
10 St Mirren 29 -15 27
Updated: 25th Mar

Jim Baxter Celebration in Kirkcaldy

Thursday February 16th 2017

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Jim Baxter’s epic performance in Scotland’s 3-2 victory over England at Wembley in 1967. Remember England were then the reigning champions of the world.

Raith Rovers were Jim Baxter’s first senior club and they are organising a celebration event in the Adam Smith Theatre in Kirkcaldy on the evening of Monday 17th April. The show will have film highlights of the 1967 game and footage of many other memorable Baxter moments, as well as personal inputs from several celebrities who had connections with ‘Slim Jim’.

Standard tickets are £20 and VIP tickets are £30 which get you a pre show ‘Pie  and a Pint’ and the opportunity to meet the celebrities. Tickets are now on sale at the Adam Smith Theatre Box Office Tel: 01592 583302 or online at www.onfife.com (standard tickets only).

Sponsorship packages are available. For details email pdfraithrovers.net

The purpose behind the event is to raise funds for the Raith Rovers Player Development Squad, so we can aspire to find and nurture the next generation of players with some of Jim Baxter’s skills.

John Parlane played left half for Scotland Amateurs in the 1-0 defeat to England at Dulwich. Parlane joined Rovers from Dumbarton on the 1st February 1933. He went on to play just 15 games for Rovers scoring twice against Burntisland Shipyard and Dunfermline.
On This Day
1933