Team Pd GD Pt
1 Hibernian 24 26 50
2 Dundee Utd 24 10 43
3 Falkirk 25 12 41
4 Morton 24 10 41
5 Queen of the Sth 24 -1 31
6 Dunfermline 23 -5 26
7 Dumbarton 25 -8 26
8 Raith Rovers 24 -9 26
9 Ayr Utd 24 -15 22
10 St Mirren 23 -20 14
Updated: 18th Feb

Rovers to Help The Pars….off the pitch!!

Monday March 11th 2013

Raith Rovers face Dunfermline Athletic at Stark’s Park this coming Saturday in the final Fife derby of the season. The match is pay at the gate, and full details of admission prices and other match arrangements will be published later in the week.

Along with the rest of Scottish football the Raith Rovers board has been monitoring the very worrying developments at East End Park. Dunfermline Athletic are, and hopefully always will be, our fiercest sporting rivals…. but they are also our friends, and we would like to offer our friends a helping hand in their hour of need.

We have therefore agreed that, immediately after Saturday’s game, we shall donate part of the gate receipts to the Dunfermline Athletic Steering Group led by Jim Leishman. Stark’s Park’s away (McDermid) Stand can accommodate up to 3,250 fans and Raith Rovers will pay over to Jim’s group the admission money received from the Dunfermline support in excess of 2,000.

Of course we really don’t want our own support to be outnumbered… so this is a call to supporters of both clubs to get themselves, their friends and families along to the derby fixture which we sincerely hope will continue for many years to come.

Rovers defeat Rangers 3-1 in a league match at Stark's Park in front of 24000. The Rovers scorers were Harry Colville (pen) Willie Penman and George Brander.
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