Team Pd GD Pt
1 Inverness CT 10 8 23
2 Kilmarnock 10 6 20
3 Raith Rovers 10 5 18
4 Partick Thistle 10 9 16
5 Arbroath 10 9 16
6 Ayr United 10 -4 12
7 Queen of the South 10 -4 10
8 Hamilton Academical 10 -13 8
9 Greenock Morton 10 -7 7
10 Dunfermline 10 -9 6
Updated: 23rd Oct

John On The Road With New Away Shirt Sponsors

Monday February 13th 2012

Fans who were at the match against Ross County on Saturday may have spotted a car parked behind the dug outs, and wondered why it was there, and whilst the reason for its appearance within the stadium on a matchday won’t come as a surprise to followers of Twitter, who were ‘tweeted’ to a photo of the car last week, there are still some fans who will no doubt be wanting to know the answer, so all can now be revealed.

LiveSport Operations Manager Greig Hopcroft and Group Manager Greg Murphy hand over the keys to John McGlynn

Raith Rovers Football Club are delighted to confirm that will sponsor Rovers’ away shirt for the next two seasons, and they have also agreed to provide John McGlynn with the sponsored car until the end of this season with a view to a possible extension of the deal into season 2012- 13.

The manager was presented with the keys to the car by LiveSport Operations Manager Greig Hopcroft and Group Manager Greg Murphy at Stark’s Park this afternoon, and Raith Rovers Commercial Development Manager Laura Jarvis told
“The Directors of LiveSport have been great, they’ve understood the club’s needs and delivered within a very short timescale” is an online TV Guide for all sporting events which allows you to pick and choose your sports plus set reminders for specific events. In addition to the website there are also free app’s available from the Apple, Android and Blackberry stores plus the chance to win some excellent prizes in conjunction with Facebook and Twitter competitions. Group Manager Greg Murphy said: ”We are delighted to link up with Raith Rovers and their manager John McGlynn. We see this as a great way to raise brand awareness for both our website and our free mobile app’s throughout Scotland with the car travelling to many different venues. We would like to wish John and all at the Rovers, the best of luck for the rest of the season”

Brian Potter becomes a Rovers legend by coming on as a substitute for goalkeeper Scott Thomson who was harshly sent-off in normal time in the League Cup semi-final against Airdrie at McDairmid Park. Although Potter conceded an equaliser to the late Stevie Cooper
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