Team Pd GD Pt
1 Falkirk 3 7 7
2 Raith Rovers 3 3 6
3 Forfar 2 3 6
4 Airdrieonians 3 1 6
5 Stranraer 3 0 4
6 Dumbarton 3 -6 3
7 East Fife 2 0 2
8 Peterhead 3 -1 2
9 Montrose 3 -2 1
10 Clyde 3 -5 1
Updated: 17th Aug

Footgolf is Back!

Wednesday August 7th 2019

After a superb ‘Live the Dream’ event last Sunday, we are delighted to announce our latest opportunity to play alongside the management and Rovers team, with the return of our Footgolf on Sunday 15th September at Cluny Activity Centre.

Footgolf continues to be one of the fastest growing sports, which mixes the precision skills of football with the principles of golf. Played on an 18-hole golf course, the aim is to sink a football into a specially designed cup taking as few shots as possible…and it’s much harder than it looks! This is sure to be a great day where teams of 3 will be joined by a 4th ‘professional’ from the Rovers management or first team.

Included in the entry fee of £40 per person is:

Bacon Roll and Tea/ Coffee on arrival at 10.30am
Hire of a football
18 hole round with teams of 3 people plus a player, manager or perhaps a former player
Individual and team prizes
Special competition prizes
Hot buffet lunch

We are looking for teams of 3 to take part (or if you can’t get a 3 together but are happy to play in a mix party, let us know!). There is no minimum or maximum age to take part but entrants must be able to complete a full round of footgolf (once around Cluny Golf Course) which is physically testing and will take around 1.5 to 2 hours to complete. No football boots are permitted but Rovers tops most certainly are!

As this is a fundraiser, every penny of profit will go back into the Rovers. We are therefore on the lookout for trophy sponsors & hole sponsors. This is a very affordable way to support the event, and gain some publicity too so if you would like to contribute, we would be delighted to hear from you and have the package to suit your budget!

For bookings, please email commercialraithrovers.net. Thank you everyone for your support!

Rovers defeat St. Andrews University 15-2 at Stark's Park in the first round of the Fife Cup. John Jarvis scored a record nine goals with others coming from McLaren (2)
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