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Team Pd GD Pt
1 Arbroath 30 28 64
2 Raith Rovers 30 25 51
3 Forfar 30 2 50
4 East Fife 30 0 44
5 Montrose 29 -7 38
6 Airdrieonians 29 0 37
7 Dumbarton 29 -4 34
8 Stranraer 29 -9 33
9 Brechin 28 -10 31
10 Stenhousemuir 30 -25 28
Updated: 23rd Mar

Betfred Cup – Cowdenbeath and Hearts

Monday July 9th 2018

With a hat-trick of wins in our pre-season friendly matches, everyone is feeling encouraged and looking to kick-start the competitive campaign positively.

We take on Cowdenbeath in the group stage of the Betfred Cup on Saturday 14th July at New Bayview Stadium, kick-off 3.00pm. This game is pay at the gate on the day and admission is £10 for adults and £5 for concessions.

Our next opponents in the group stage will then be Hearts on Saturday 21st July, again playing at New Bayview Stadium with a 3.00pm kick-off. This game will be ticket only. Tickets are priced at £15 for adults and £8 for under 16, over 65 and disabled.

Season ticket holders will get priority access to these tickets starting at 10.30am on Wednesday 11th until 6.30pm and then 10.30am – 4pm on Thursday 12th. Tickets are limited so this will be on a first come first served basis with a maximum of 2 per season ticket holder. Life members who are attending this fixture must call or visit the office on these 2 priority days to secure a ticket. 

2018/19 Season Tickets remain on sale and can be purchased at the same time (or online here).

Remaining tickets will then be on general sale from 10.30am on Friday 13th until 4pm.

Tickets can be purchased in person at the main office at Stark’s Park during these times, or by calling 01592 208120 / 01592 263514 (option 2)

Hospitality is available to both Raith Rovers and Hearts fans for the match. This will include a match ticket for your team’s designated area of the stand. To book hospitality, please contact the Commercial team on 01592 263514 (option 2) or commercialraithrovers.net for full details and to book.

Following the goal-less draw three days earlier Rovers lose 0-2 to Falkirk in the Scottish Cup semi-final replay at Tynecastle. A Jimmy Wardhaugh free kick in the first minute set the tone of the replay but it took until his second goal in the 73rd minute to seal the victory.
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