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

Player of the Year Awards

Tuesday May 4th 2021

The club will be broadcasting its Player of the Year Awards for season 2020/21 this weekend.

Due to the current situation, the ceremony took place in the presence of the entire playing squad at Stark’s Park and recorded by RaithTV early last week.

Ordinarily, the Rovers squad, coaches, staff and supporters would have attended a formal dinner and awards function at the Dean Park Hotel to see the players presented with their awards and to celebrate the club securing a place in the Premiership Playoffs, however as the hospitality industry is still operating under restricted circumstances this has not been possible this year.

The Raith Rovers FC POTY Awards Event will be available for supporters to view for FREE on the RaithTV YouTube channel here from 8pm this Friday (7th May 2021).

There are 8 awards up for grabs….

  • Manager’s Player of the Year (Sponsored by Raith Hall of Fame)
  • Players’ Player of the Year (Jim McMillan Club)
  • Young Player of the Year (200 Club)
  • Supporters’ Player of the Year (Raith Rovers Supporters Club)
  • Malcolm Szpera Award for Endeavour (Rovers Down South/Szpera Family)
  • Fife Free Press Starcheck Award (Fife Free Press)
  • Best Individual Performance (Fife’s Finest)
  • Goal of the Season (Raith Supporters Trust)

The event will be shown as a “premiere” on the club’s YouTube channel on Friday 7th May 2021 at 8pm. We’d love for as many of you to join us for the premiere showing as possible, as viewers can interact using the YouTube chat function as the awards are announced.

As soon as the premiere showing ends, the awards event will remain available to view on YouTube at any time.

Rovers bow out of their two year stay in the Premier League playing their final fixture against Hibs at Stark's Park in front of 6274. The match ends 1-1 with Peter Duffield scoring Rovers goal.
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