Team Pd GD Pt
1 Hearts 27 39 57
2 Dundee 27 9 45
3 Raith Rovers 27 9 43
4 Dunfermline 27 4 39
5 Inverness CT 27 5 36
6 Queen of the South 27 -13 32
7 Arbroath 27 -6 30
8 Ayr United 27 -6 29
9 Greenock Morton 27 -11 29
10 Alloa Athletic 27 -30 22
Updated: 30th Apr

Get Creative this sARTurday

Tuesday April 21st 2020

With the season now officially over, and everyone finding they’ve got a lot of time on their hands, we’re asking fans to get creative.

This Saturday, on what would have been our last home game of the season, we’re asking all fans to unleash their creativity and contribute to a virtual Raith Rovers art gallery.

Create your own Raith Rovers inspired work of art, and upload it to our social media channels to show it off.

You can be any age to take part, of any art ability, and can use any medium. You can use paint, pens, sculpture, things around the house…. the only rule is that it needs to be Raith Rovers related.

Draw your favourite player. Recreate a famous Rovers’ goal using lego. Make a Kyle Benedictus face mask. Build a Stark’s Park sand castle. Mow the club crest into your lawn. The more creative, the better.

Take a photo of your masterpiece, then either post it to our Facebook page, or post it up on Twitter using the hashtag #sARTurday.

If you are looking for images to give you some ideas, you can check out the photos tab on our match reports here. Headshots of all the players are here. You can also use Google Images to search for specific words, such as “Raith Rovers Stark’s Park” (don’t directly use copyrighted photos in your work, though).

Free Colouring-In Templates

To get you started, we are very grateful to local artist Rebecca Thomson (see some of her amazing work here) for creating a number of colouring-in templates. You can download the first one featuring hat-trick hero Lewis Vaughan, the second one featuring John Baird and the third featuring Roary Rover.

We’ll be putting up some more of Rebecca’s templates, along with some other Rovers art, over the next few days on our Twitter and Facebook pages to give you some ideas.

Lewis Vaughan, Hat-trick Hero

John Baird, Ramsdens Cup

Roary Rover

Kyle Benedictus (R Thomson)

Whatever you create, just remember not to do anything that puts yourself or others at risk of harm, and respect the current government restrictions on leaving your house during the coronavirus situation.

We look foward to seeing what you come up with this sARTurday!

Stevie Crawford played for Scotland U-21's against Brazil in the Toulon Tournament.
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