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

Raith Rovers FC Supporter-Director; Election

Monday May 14th 2018

The nomination process for the Supporter-Director role at Raith Rovers FC is now complete, and a record number of 4 eligible candidates* have been nominated to stand for election as the next Supporter-Director of Raith Rovers FC.

Candidates

The 4 candidates are listed alphabetically as follows:

  • Bill Gilby
  • Paul Gilfillan
  • Andy Mill
  • David Proudfoot

Their personal statements in support of their nominations detailing their background etc. can be read here: http://www.raithtrust.org.uk/?p=2368

Voting

The polls are now open and will remain open until 10pm on Friday 1st June. Any votes received after this time will not count towards the final result. 

Eligible voters* who have submitted a valid email address to their supporter group or RRFC will receive an email in the next 48 hours containing details of how to cast their vote online using their unique Ballot Number.

Voters who have not supplied a valid email address will receive their unique Ballot Paper by post in the next 3 – 5 working days.

Candidates Hustings Event

A Hustings event will be held on the evening of 28th May 2018 (7.30pm in the Raith Suite, Stark’s Park), where candidates will each make a public statement and field questions from the public. Details of the exact format for this will be posted on official channels separately.

Result

The result of the election will be announced on the RRFC website and official social media channels as soon as votes have been counted and verified.

* Eligibility

To participate in the RRFC Supporter-Director election; candidates, their nominators and voters must be current adult members of any of the Raith Forum groups (Jim McMillan Club, 200 Club, Supporters Club, Rovers Down South and Raith Supporters Trust) OR an adult Raith Rovers FC season ticket holder

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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