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

Frank Connor Tribute Evening

Monday February 6th 2012

Raith Rovers Former Players’ Association and Rovers Down South have got together to organise a unique tribute to former manager Frank Connor, and tickets for the event will be available at Saturday’s match against Ross County, and a poster is also now available to download for anyone wishing to help to promote the event.

Frank Connor who did so much to lay the foundations for Jimmy Nicholl’s glory years, will be joined by a host of stars – Hamish McAlpine, Gordon Arthur, Jock McStay, Paul Sweeney, Eric Archibald, Shaun Dennis, Billy Herd, Colin Harris, Andy Harrow, Gordon Dalziel, Ian Gordon, Ian Ferguson, Billy Spence, John Wright …………with more to be confirmed.

The event takes place at the Abbey Hotel, Milton Road, Kirkcaldy on Friday 2nd March from 7.00 pm, and there are a limited number of tickets available for supporters to say thanks to these great club servants.

The £20 ticket includes a 3 course meal, a Q&A session, and an auction of Rovers memorabilia. There may also be video footage of Frank’s Rovers on display on the night. Any proceeds will go towards RDS sponsorship of the U17s and Rally Round Rovers.

Tickets will be on sale on Saturday from Raith Rovers Supporters’ Club at the Club Shop under the south stand, from John Leggetter or Jim Whyte in The Jim McMillan Club and from Andy Mill and committee members at Raith Rovers 200 Club.

Tickets can also be reserved by contacting Rovers Down South by e-mail to – roversdownsouthhotmail.co.uk

Let’s Rally Round Rovers, past and present!

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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