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

JRG Red Zones Update

Thursday October 7th 2021

As announced on Tuesday 5th October 2021, Scottish Football’s Joint Response Group have officially announced they are scrapping the need for clubs across the country to have mandatory Covid ‘Red Zones’.

Raith Rovers FC wish to clarify what this means for our Turnbull Hutton (Main) Stand Season Ticket holders and supporters who have been displaced as a result of these regulations:

  • The change in the guidelines is under discussion just now with the SPFL and Championship clubs – as a default, according to the JRG, if a visiting club to Stark’s Park insists that a Red Zone is required, Raith Rovers FC will have to provide a red zone. This will be advised in the days leading up to a Raith Rovers FC home fixture.
  • As a result, we cannot – at this time – allow Season Ticket holders back into the Turnbull Hutton (Main) Stand until all visiting clubs have been consulted.
  • Turnbull Hutton (Main) Stand season ticket holders, and supporters who spectate from this area on an ad-hoc basis, will still be allocated /  sold seats in the Penman Family (South) Stand until agreement has been reached with ALL visiting clubs, that they are happy to use the Away Team dressing room.
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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