Team Pd GD Pt
1 Inverness CT 7 7 19
2 Kilmarnock 7 7 16
3 Arbroath 7 10 14
4 Raith Rovers 6 2 10
5 Partick Thistle 7 0 9
6 Ayr United 7 -1 8
7 Queen of the South 7 -4 6
8 Greenock Morton 7 -5 5
9 Hamilton Academical 7 -8 5
10 Dunfermline 6 -8 3
Updated: 26th Sep

Jamie Gullan signs

Monday February 1st 2021

The club are delighted to have secured the signature of Hibs forward Jamie Gullan for a third loan spell in successive seasons.

On the ball v Airdrie

With the transfer window closing later tonight, a deal has been confirmed that will see Jamie play for the Rovers until the end of the current SPFL Championship season.

In 32 appearances (23 of them starts) in his previous stints at Stark’s Park Jamie found the net a total of 10 times, form that he will look to repeat again in Kirkcaldy.

Gullan first signed for the Rovers on loan on 28th February 2019 (a deadline day signing) for the remainder of the 2018-19 season.

‘The Hammer’ drives a shot past future teammate Reghan Tumilty v Dumbarton, watched by Kieron Bowie last season

He returned to Stark’s Park on August 22nd 2019 on loan until January 11th 2020 before returning to Hibs and featuring regularly in first team squads.

Manager John McGlynn commented “I’m delighted to welcome Jamie Gullan back to the club. Jamie was a very popular member of the team in the first half of last season and was our top league goal scorer. There is no doubt Jamie has gained even more experience by playing in Hibs first team, which we hope will benefit us going forward.
I would like to thank Graeme Mathie and everyone at Hibs for allowing Jamie to return till the end of the season”

The 21 year old has been with Hibs since 2014 after starting in the Hearts youth system, and scored one of the goals in the Final as Hibs beat Aberdeen to with the 2017–18 Scottish Youth Cup final. Jamie has also spent time on loan with Gala Fairydean Rovers and Queens Park earlier in his career.

Aston Villa visit Stark's Park in a friendly to mark the opening of the new floodlights. Rovers win the game 2-1 in front of 10110 spectators at Stark's Park. The scorers were Wallace and Kelly.
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