Team Pd GD Pt
1 Kilmarnock 36 23 67
2 Arbroath 36 26 65
3 Inverness CT 36 19 59
4 Partick Thistle 36 6 52
5 Raith Rovers 36 0 50
6 Hamilton Academical 36 -15 42
7 Greenock Morton 36 -11 40
8 Ayr United 36 -13 39
9 Dunfermline 36 -17 35
10 Queen of the South 36 -18 33
Updated: 30th Apr

Rovers Review v Arbroath

Wednesday January 12th 2022

Rovers Review – why not give it a go?

While many football clubs no longer produce matchday programmes (or have moved to monthly magazines) the volunteer team at Rovers Review are bucking the trend – producing a 48-page, high quality publication – which at £3 trumps what other clubs are offering.

Some fans never buy a programme, and probably never will. Others maybe assume it’s full of adverts or just contains material recycled from the website….

This isn’t the case, as a glance at our last issue shows. Yes – as part of the club’s commercial operation, we have adverts. But we also have 33 + pages of homegrown articles, features and photos, which you’re unlikely to find elsewhere. Here’s just a sample:

Player interviews are popular with our readers…

 

Interviews with weel kent Rovers faces & features on former Rovers managers:

 

Archive photographs from decades past… and we even have room to hear from our opponents!… 

 

Remember, the programme is available in both recycled paper and digital formats, including via subscription.

Adult Season Ticket holders can access the programme free at the RaithTV video lounge. Just scroll down to the foot of the page.

Reduced subscriptions for the postal and online versions for the remainder of the season are available in the Club Shop

 

Why not give it a go v Arbroath on 15th January 2022?

Regan Hendry is selected in the PFA Scotland Championship Team of the Year for 2021.
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