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

RRCF Saturday Camps

Thursday August 22nd 2019

After running two successful Summer Camps, at the Michael Woods Centre and The Beacon Leisure Centre, the coaches who deliver the Saturday morning Community Coaching sessions took a well-earned break.  However, now that the schools are back, the classes will start up again this coming Saturday (24th August) and run for 7 weeks until Saturday 5th October.

Run by the Raith Rovers Community Foundation, the sessions run every Saturday morning, from 10am to 11.30am, at Stark’s Park and are for children of Primary School age (5 to 11 years).  The sessions are open to anyone who wants to take part, wants to be coached to improve their skills, play football and have a good time.

To take part you need to bring sports gear suitable for playing outdoors on a 3G surface (a light rain jacket and a filled water bottle is also advisable).

Please note – Players can only use the pitch if they are wearing football boots with moulded rubber studs.  Aluminium studs and blades will not be permitted—and this rule will be strictly enforced.

Unfortunately, for this year, there has been a slight rise in the cost for the coaching sessions with the daily walk-up rate now costing £4.00.  However, as always, there is a small discount for anyone who signs up for the block and the cost for all 7 weeks, if paid in advance, is only £25.00.

Although it’s easier for us if everyone pays up front – there is no need to book or pay ahead – anyone, who is the correct age, can just turn up and join in!

If you require more information – email:   communityraithrovers.net

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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