Team Pd GD Pt
1 Raith Rovers 22 14 42
2 Falkirk 22 31 41
3 Airdrieonians 22 8 38
4 East Fife 22 5 33
5 Montrose 21 5 32
6 Dumbarton 21 -8 28
7 Clyde 21 -7 25
8 Peterhead 22 -7 25
9 Forfar 22 -18 19
10 Stranraer 21 -23 13
Updated: 25th Jan

Jamie Gullan

Friday August 23rd 2019

Raith v Forfar: Jamie Gullan celebrates after scoring the winning goal in the Playoff Semi – Final

Raith Rovers are delighted to have secured the return of a former loanee to Stark’s Park and have today finalised the loan signing of Hibernian forward Jamie Gullan.

This loan signing had been made possible in part due to contributions from the Raith Supporters Fund. Thanks to our 248 contributors who have signed up so far. To become a contributor and have an entry into the quarterly prize draw, sign up here.

Jamie spent 3 months on loan at Stark’s Park after joining us on transfer deadline day last season, during which time he featured in 14 matches, scoring a notable wining goal in the first leg of the Playoff Semi Final in front of the Penman Family Stand to secure a 2-1 win v Forfar.

The 20 year old has been with Hibs since 2014, and scored one of the goals in the Final as Hibs beat Aberdeen to with the 2017–18 Scottish Youth Cup final.

Jamie has also spent time on loan with Gala Fairydean Rovers and Queens Park, and will join up with John McGlynn’s side until January 6th.

Speaking exclusively to, Rovers manager John McGlynn said: “I’m delighted to welcome Jamie back to the Rovers after a successful loan deal in the final quarter of last season, I would like to thank everyone at Hibernian FC for allowing Jamie to further his development with us.

He will bring flair to our attacking options, he can play anywhere across the front line positions, is direct and carries a goal threat.

He links the play well and is a team player, he knows the club and the players from last season and Lewis Allan from their time at Hibernian.

He knows how we play and operate, so it was a no-brainer really. Good luck to Jamie in his second spell at the Rovers

Rovers take on Aberdeen at Pittodrie in the First Round of the Scottish Cup and earn a 1-1 draw in front of 10719 fans. Rovers scorer is Tom Mackle. Mackle had earlier hit the bar and Davie Sneddon met a similar fate with hi penalty. The Dons win the replay 0-1 back at Stark's Park two days later in near gale force conditions. The only goal of the game came in bizarre fashion. Bobby Reid?s clearance got caught in the strong wind and blew back into his own net.
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