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Team Pd GD Pt
1 Arbroath 16 28 42
2 Raith Rovers 16 14 29
3 East Fife 16 -1 23
4 Montrose 16 -7 21
5 Forfar 16 -8 21
6 Airdrieonians 16 0 20
7 Stranraer 16 -1 20
8 Dumbarton 16 -4 18
9 Brechin 16 -7 16
10 Stenhousemuir 16 -14 15
Updated: 8th Dec

Unacceptable Behaviour at Ayr

Tuesday March 13th 2018

Raith Rovers FC have received notification from Ayr United that the match referees attention was drawn to offensive remarks of a racial nature made during the game from the Railway End of Somerset Park (where the travelling support were housed last Saturday) to Ayr player Declan McDaid.

Raith Rovers FC condemn in the strongest possible terms any form of abuse of a racist nature, are committed to investigating this incident thoroughly, and identifying the person or persons responsible.

As well as being wholly unacceptable, this behaviour is in direct contravention of Raith Rovers Football Club’s own Supporters Code of Conduct, as outlined at: http://www.raithrovers.net/files/Code_Of_Conduct.pdf

Consequently, we have been conducting a rigorous investigation to identify the person or persons responsible. Any information that can assist in this can be sent in confidence to the Raith Rovers Safety Officer: safetyraithrovers.net

At this crucial point in the league campaign the squad need all supporters energies focussed on the remaining fixtures, starting tonight at Forfar and continuing through East Fife at Starks Park on Sunday and onwards to the end of the season.

Lets get right behind the Rovers!

The Reserve League Cup tie at Stark's Park against Stirling Albion did not kick-off until 8.15pm. Match officials had not been appointed
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