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Team Pd GD Pt
1 Arbroath 9 14 21
2 Raith Rovers 9 11 17
3 East Fife 9 5 16
4 Brechin 9 2 13
5 Stranraer 9 -1 12
6 Airdrieonians 9 -2 10
7 Stenhousemuir 9 -7 9
8 Forfar 9 -8 9
9 Dumbarton 9 -6 8
10 Montrose 9 -8 8
Updated: 6th Oct

Roary Club Reaches 600th Member Milestone

Tuesday December 5th 2017

The Roary Club passed a significant milestone last week when it signed up its 600th member since it was set up just three seasons ago. Adam Brady from Kirkcaldy was the latest recruit who joined after attending the club’s welcome session for new fans last week.

The Roary Club was established to try and make the experience of supporting Raith Rovers more enjoyable for younger fans. As well as running a popular reward scheme on match days, they have also introduced a family day, collector cards, player signing sessions, regular competitions and the South Stand shot at half-time.

This Saturday, the Raith Suite will be packed to capacity as they host their first ever Christmas Party. ‘We want to make being a Raith Rovers supporter as enjoyable as it can be for younger supporters’ said Roary Club co-ordinator Steven Lawther. ‘If we can build a strong relationship between our young fans and the club then it will help build our future support. We are delighted that in a such a short space of time, 600 young people have signed up and now have a stronger connection with Raith Rovers.’

Roary Club co-ordinator Steven Lawther celebrates reaching the 600 mark with Kyle Benedictus and Kevin McHattie. Credit- Fife Photo Agency


Rovers defeated by a strong Bayern Munich team in the third round of the UEFA Cup at Easter Road in front of 12818 fans. This was the home tie which was shifted from Stark's Park to Easter Road to attract a bigger crowd.
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