Team Pd GD Pt
1 Hearts 12 18 27
2 Dunfermline 12 7 21
3 Dundee 12 2 20
4 Raith Rovers 10 11 18
5 Greenock Morton 12 -4 16
6 Ayr United 12 0 14
7 Queen of the South 13 -11 14
8 Inverness CT 9 3 12
9 Alloa Athletic 12 -16 8
10 Arbroath 12 -10 7
Updated: 23rd Jan

Summer Holiday Heroes

Wednesday July 15th 2020

COME & JOIN US AT STARK’S PARK!

 

We are extremely excited to inform you that the Raith Rovers Community Foundation Holiday Heroes Summer Camps will take place at Stark’s Park from Monday 20th July:

Week Time Age Group Cost
Monday 20th July to Friday 24th July 10am – 12noon or 2 – 4pm 5-14 years £50 for the week
Monday 27th July to Friday 1st August 10am – 12noon or 2 – 4pm 5-14 years £50 for the week
Monday 3rd August to Friday 7th August 10am – 12noon or 2 – 4pm 5-14 years £50 for the week

 

Key Information

  • Online registration and payment only at the link below. Due to technological restrictions, only week long bookings can be taken.
  • One Way System on Arrival. Further details and site map to follow upon completion of booking.
  • 40 players maximum per time slot with players put into age specific groups with a maximum of 10 players per zone. (age splits will occur pending sign-ups)
  • No parental access to Stadium. Drop Off and Pick Up Zones clearly defined.
  • Coaching Staff to be COVID-19 guidance trained and all equipment and safety protocols to be followed throughout.

 

Registration link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/summer-holiday-heroes-registration-113104604918

Please note: There are only 40 spaces available on each time slot each week. This will be on a first come first serve basis. Please book ASAP to avoid disappointment.

If you wish to book multiple weeks you may have to complete the registration process multiple times. This is out-with our control at this time and something we will work on for future camps and registration processes.

Rovers defeat St. Johnstone 4-3 in an exciting 3rd Round Scottish Cup replay at Stark's Park with Colin Sinclair scoring a hat-trick for Rovers. Roddy Georgeson scores Rovers other goal with Rooney Connolly and Hall netting for the visitors in front of 8438 fans.
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