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

David Sneddon

Saturday December 26th 2020

It is with great sadness that Raith Rovers FC have learned of the passing of former player David Sneddon.

‘Davie’ as he was affectionately known, was signed by Tommy Walker in September 1967. Davie had featured prominently in the Kilmarnock side that had the Scottish First Division Championship in 1965.

Tommy Walker brought Sneddon to Stark’s Park to bolster the club’s  return to the top flight of Scottish Football. Davie went on to play 115 times for Raith Rovers over a 4-season period, scoring 11 goals.

When George Farm returned to Stark’s Park, Davie was used to great effect to scout on Rovers’ opponents.

He started his career with Dundee before moving to Preston North End. He later managed both Kilmarnock and Stranraer, and in 2014, he was awarded an MBE.

Hearts beat Rovers 4-2 in extra-time in the William Hill Scottish Cup 4th Round replay at Tynecastle. The teams finished 1-1 after 90 minutes with Bobby Barr scoring the Rovers goal in normal time. Ryan Hardie equalised a Malaury Martin Penalty in extra time before Jamie Walker and Bjorn Johnsen won it for Hearts.
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