Team Pd GD Pt
1 Dundee 3 2 6
2 Inverness CT 3 3 5
3 Ayr United 3 1 5
4 Queens Park 3 0 4
5 Partick Thistle 3 0 4
6 Morton 3 0 4
7 Hamilton Academical 3 0 3
8 Cove Rangers 3 -2 3
9 Raith Rovers 3 -2 3
10 Arbroath 3 -2 2
Updated: 13th Aug

Maiden Kelty Clash up next for Rovers

Friday July 1st 2022

Rovers Pre-Season preparations continue as their third game in the space of seven days arrives in the shape of a short trip to New Central Park to face League Two Champions, Kelty Hearts. 

In an historic first clash between the two sides, Ian Murray preparations continue as he will hope his side can bounce back from a 2-1 defeat against Queen of the South on Wednesday night. 

Dylan Easton fires in a shot

Jamie Gullan’s second half penalty wasn’t enough as a Ruairi Paton penalty coupled with Lee Connolly’s saw the visitors run out as victors in the return of footballing action at Stark’s Park. 

The game provided the Rovers chief a prime opportunity to see what the youngers players in the squad had to offer, with Greig Young getting more first team minutes, alongside Kieran Mitchell, Aaron Arnott and Adam Masson, who made his debut for the first team with a ten-minute cameo at centre back. 

Rovers attentions now turns to tomorrow’s tie against Kelty who have had an eventful pre-season to say the least. 

A defeat to the hands of Partick Thistle before a high scoring victory over Glenrothes has saw John Potter’s side get their preparations well and truly underway as they look to build on last season’s League Two title. 

The match will give Ian Murray a chance to run the rule over some new faces as a new trialist featured in Wednesday night’s defeat as well as another being on the bench. 

HOW TO GET THERE: 

From the Forth Road Bridge or Perth: 

Exit the M90 at the 4th Junction and follow the signs for Kelty (A909).  

At the first roundabout on Cocklaw Street, turn left and follow the road up and over the hill.  

Once over the hill, take the next available right on to Bath Street and the ground will be on your left. 

Rovers beat Burntisland Shipyard 8-4 in the first round of the Scottish Cup. Joseph Cowan scores four of the goals
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