Team Pd GD Pt
1 Arbroath 2 6 6
2 Raith Rovers 2 2 4
3 Airdrieonians 2 1 3
4 Forfar 2 0 3
5 Dumbarton 2 0 3
6 Brechin 2 0 3
7 Stenhousemuir 2 -1 3
8 Montrose 2 -3 3
9 Stranraer 2 -2 1
10 East Fife 2 -3 0
Updated: 11th Aug

Stand Up For Raith

Thursday March 8th 2018

Friday 30th March 2018 sees the debut of a new fundraising event on the Rovers social calendar:

Stand Up For Raith

This comedy show is organised by Rovers Supporters Group Fife’s Finest, and is a fundraiser for the football club, Raith Rovers Player Development Fund and Raith Rovers Community Foundation.

The comedians scheduled to perform (listed below and on the poster above) have over 20 years combined experience performing on the UK comedy circuit, winning several awards:

Gavin Webster          Billy Kirkwood          Scott Agnew          Gary Meikle

All of the acts booked to perform have clips of their performances saved on www.YouTube.com

Event organiser Gavin Quinn said “We’ve 4 great acts lined up to perform on what promises to be a cracking night. This is a new event for our group, and we hope that Rovers supporters enjoy the night and generate a decent fundraising amount for the football club, Development Fund and Community Foundation”

Tickets

The event is for over 18s only, and tickets are priced £15. These can now be bought online at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stand-up-for-raith-tickets-43935558438 

These are also on sale from the host venue (Styx Snooker Club, 28 Victoria Rd, Kirkcaldy KY1 1DS. Telephone: 01592 265483) and from the event organiser, Gavin Quinn, who can be found at the front of the Penman Family Stand at every home game.

Sponsorship

There is also the opportunity for businesses and groups to purchase Sponsorship packages for the event:

For £150 sponsors get 4 tickets, a food platter, preferred seating, a free drink on arrival and advertising in the show programme. They will also get free advertisement on the screens at Styx for 3 months.

For £200 sponsors get 6 tickets, a food platter, preferred seating, a free drink on arrival and advertising in the show programme. They will also get a free advert on the screens at Styx for 3 months.

Transport

There will be a free bus running from Glenrothes. Details to be confirmed shortly.

Rovers legend Jocky Maule makes his Rovers debut in a Fife Cup Final tie against Dunfermline at East End Park. The match ends 1-1 but Rovers lose the final on the toss of a coin.
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