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

Early Day Motion at Stark’s Park

Friday April 29th 2022

Raith Rovers Football Club were delighted to welcome Neale Hanvey MP to Stark’s Park this week after he passed an Early Day Motion in Parliament regarding the club’s recent success in the SPFL Trust Trophy.

Mr. Hanvey came to Stark’s Park in the build-up to tonight’s game and presented each of the squad with a personal copy of the motion as well as presenting First-Team Manager, John McGlynn with a framed version.

The motion paid tribute to the club’s triumph over Queen of the South at the beginning of the month – recognising the leadership shown by the likes of Club Captain, Kyle Benedictus and Match Captain, Ross Matthews as well as the dedication shown by the rest of the squad, notably shown by goalscorers, Matej Poplatnik and Ethan Ross.

We thank Mr Hanvey for his support.

our Interview with Mr Hanvey on Raith TV Here

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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