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

The Cottage

Friday July 22nd 2022

Raith Rovers are today delighted to announce The Cottage Family Centre as our latest partner for season 2022/23.

The Kirkcaldy based Charity carry out extensive and vital work within our local community which aligns with our club values, supporting those families and individual within family units who are vulnerable to social exclusion as a result of factors such as poverty, unemployment, poor housing, relationship breakdown, drug and alcohol problems and health related issues.

The partnership agreement will see The Cottage’s become back of shirt sponsors with their logo etched on the back of our new first team away kit, which is due to be released tomorrow.

The club are also delighted to confirm that, in line with our agreement with Andy’s Man Club, that for every away kit sold – £1 will be donated back to The Cottage Family Centre.

Laura Andreucci, Raith Rovers, said: “We’re delighted to be working alongside The Cottage Family Centre this season. By having their logo on the back of our away shirt, we hope to highlight not only the club’s values, but the important work that The Cottage Family Centre carry out within our community helping those who need it most.”

“In the current climate, with the price of living rising at an alarming rate, we’re eager to help highlight the work that they do at The Cottage as well as help fundraise for future campaigns that they carry out.”

Pauline Buchan, The Cottage Family Centre Strategic Manager said: ‘We are absolutely delighted to work in partnership with all the team at Raith Rovers. The club and its amazing supporters have given both their time and efforts over the past 12 years ensuring our children and families are able to enjoy and experience the many activities and events the club facilitates whilst also supporting us with our own events from fundraising to support our most vulnerable families at Christmas, providing health and wellbeing support for our Dads Project, providing activities during the summer for our children to joining us at our family fun day events.

“By working together, we will continue to strengthen and build our partnership, providing and enhancing opportunities which we know will further improve the lives of our children and families in our communities.”

The striking new away top will be launched on Friday and will be available to buy from the club shop and online.

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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