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

New SLO & DAO for Raith Rovers

Monday August 1st 2022

David Findlay and Evelyn Hood have been appointed as the new SLO (Supporter Liaison Officer) and DAO (Disability Access Officer) respectively for Raith Rovers FC.

David Findlay

Evelyn Hood

Evelyn and David are both lifelong Rovers supporters.

The appointment of a SLO gives all supporters a point of contact on match days regarding their match day experience. As well as a visible contact on match days, both SLO’s can be contacted via email on SLOraithrovers.net

The Supporter Liaison Officer programme was created by Supporters Direct Scotland (in partnership with the Scottish FA) to facilitate the appointment of SLOs to work and engage with supporters, acting as a key point of contact. This constitutes a landmark in club-supporter relations and emphasises the importance attached to dialogue and communication between clubs and fans. More info on this can be found at http://www.supporters-direct.scot/activities/supporter-liaison-officer/

Commenting on the appointment, SDS Chief Executive and Raith Supporters Trust Chair Alan Russell said “SD Scotland are delighted to see the appointment of David and Evelyn as Supporter Liaison Officer and Disability Access Officer for Raith Rovers.
David and Evelyn join well-established communities of SLOs and DAOs from across the country and beyond, where there are opportunities to learn and share best practice with their counterparts at other clubs.

Together with Dorothy Wilson’s recent appointment as Supporters Director (representing the supporters’ shareholding in the club), they form a really strong team in place to represent supporters’ views. These roles are complementary, and together David, Evelyn and Dorothy can ensure that the fans’ voice is at the heart of the club, and that their ideas and concerns are heard, understood, and acted on.”

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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