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

RRFC Awards Evening

Monday April 25th 2022

This year’s Raith Rovers Awards Evening was held on Saturday at the Dean Park Hotel. This was the first in-person awards ceremony since 2019, after the restrictions in place over the last couple of years and it was great to welcome supporters back to the event.

The event was a great success as the club celebrated the achievements of the players on the park this season, that has saw the squad make it to the Quarter Final’s of one National Cup Competition in the League Cup, The Round of 16 of the Scottish Cup as well as retaining the SPFL Trust Trophy.

The 2021-2022 award winners were as follows…

 Young Player of the Year
Aaron Arnott
 Players’ Player of the Year &
Manager’s Player of the Year
Aidan Connolly
Supporters’ Player of the Year
Jamie MacDonald
Goal of the Season
Ross Matthews
(Vs Kilmarnock)

 Best Individual Performance
Matej Poplatnik
(Cup Final – Vs Queen of the South )

Special Merit Award
Raith Rovers Community Foundation

 

The club would like to the thank the organisers and all of the 180 supporters who attended, as well as the Dean Park Hotel for their support in hosting the event.

We would like to extend our congratulations to Aidan, Aaron, Matej, Ross, Jamie and the Raith Rovers Community Foundation for their awards and thank them, as well as the rest of the squad for their efforts over the course of the season so far in which we look to finish strongly against Kilmarnock on Friday night.

 

Antonio Calderon left Rovers after 2 years in charge and taking Rovers to the Second Division Championship. He became Reserve Team coach at Cadiz.
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