Team Pd GD Pt
1 Dundee United 7 13 17
2 Raith Rovers 7 4 16
3 Partick Thistle 7 8 13
4 Arbroath 8 4 12
5 Airdrieonians 7 -3 12
6 Dunfermline Athletic 7 1 11
7 Queen's Park 8 -8 9
8 Ayr United 7 -7 6
9 Inverness CT 7 -4 4
10 Morton 7 -8 4
Updated: 30th Sep

RRFC Directors

Raith Rovers FC Board of Directors

Steven MacDonald | Chairman

Steven MacDonald accepted an invitation to join the Board of Raith Rovers FC in February 2019, and in in May 2023 was announced as part of the investment group who had completed the acquisition of a controlling stake in the club, continuing in the role of Chairman on the RRFC Board of Directors.

A lifelong Rovers supporter, Steven attended as many games as possible as a youngster when he wasn’t playing for his local teams.

Steven has worked in Electrical Wholesaling since leaving Balwearie High School and started working in the industry under Rovers legend Bobby Reid who was manager at Ross Electrical. He started his own company in 1988 (, growing the business over the last 30+ years, winning UK Individual Wholesaler of the year in 2014 and again in 2018 (the first two time winner of the award).

Steven’s interest in Fife football dates back to 1992 when his time with Thornton Hibs started – first of all as sponsor then Chairman for a number of very successful years. After several cup wins and league successes he left Thornton in 2005. He was appointed Chairman of Glenrothes Juniors in 2006 when the Warout Stadium team were the first winners of the newly formed Premier League.

In his spare time Steven enjoys playing golf and bowls and holidaying with his family.

Andrew Barrowman | Chief Executive Officer

Following a sixteen-year career as a professional footballer, Andrew has continued to work in the world of sport.

In 2017, he joined global sportswear company Joma Sport as Senior Brand Manager, during this time he worked with many of the countries leading sporting organisations, work which included partnerships with several SPFL clubs.

In August 2021, Andrew accepted his first non-playing role in professional football, becoming Sporting Director at Kelty Hearts Football Club – a move which coincided with the clubs move into SPFL football and subsequent League Two winning campaign.

In late 2021 he also became Managing Director of sportswear company The Soccer Shop:Direct, and retains joint ownership of that company.

Allan Halliday | Director of Football Operations & Club Secretary 

Allan originally joined the club in October 2022 as Football Operations Manager subsequently joining the new board as a Director in May 2023, and was instrumental in establishing the new investors group using his contacts both in business and football to progress the agreement with all parties to facilitate new ownership of Raith Rovers FC.

Allan is employed by Fife Council in a Senior Management role, and has also owned and run cafes in Kirkcaldy for 17 years. He currently owns Café Stance situated in Kirkcaldy Bus Station.

A well known face in league and non league circles (having previously been General Manager at Dundonald Bluebell for over 10 years), playing a leading role in the Bluebells rise through the pyramid and the club obtaining it SFA Licence,  Allan was also General Manager at Glenrothes Juniors for 6 years.

Allan will also undertake the role of Club Secretary and will be the club representative with the SFA and SPFL, with his experience of governance and protocol in this area being invaluable to the club going forward.

Although by his own admission he has not always been a Rovers fan, he insists he is now!

Ruaridh Kilgour | Digital Director

A lifelong Raith Rovers supporter, Ruaridh has been a season ticket holder for many years as well as selling programmes as a youngster.

In 2014, Ruaridh co-founded Fanwave Digital, a Social Media Marketing business that has since expanded it’s operations across three continents, employing a team of over 30 people. Fanwave Digital has established itself as a leading provider of digital marketing services for some very popular social-first football and sports betting brands.

Ruaridh has successfully run projects for the club as a volunteer, most notably, Donate a Ticket during the Covid pandemic. The non-profit website raised over £330,000 for football clubs in Scotland, £28,000 benefitting Raith Rovers.

Dean Mckenzie | General Manager

Dean Mckenzie has taken on the General Manager role at the club and has business interests in Construction, Property, Sportswear and the Food sector. He launched & built Scotland’s 1st Conservatory Roof Conversion company in 2011 and it is now one of the UK’s leading Conservatory Roof Conversion companies. Dean gradually diversified his business interests to invest in his property and business portfolio within a range of different markets, but his main passion is football.

Dean took over the leadership of Kelty Hearts FC in 2014 from his Father after the club survived a relegation play off in the East Junior Super League in season 2013-14.

In season 2014-15 he committed full time to Kelty Hearts and invested in the club, as the Maroon Machine won the East Super League.

Kelty Hearts FC then went on to win 6 league titles in 8 years – and 4 promotions – having moved into the Scottish Football Pyramid.

Dean changed the non-league level of Scottish Football with a vision and strategy to move Kelty Hearts FC from Junior football into the Senior ranks in 2018, where the club were crowned SPFL League 2 champions in season 2021-22.

David Sinton | Director

After studying Law at university, David went on the qualify as a chartered accountant and was for many years a partner in a “big four” accountancy firm.

He helped to negotiate the supporter led buy-out in 2005 after which he was briefly Club Chairman, leaving the Board in 2006. He returned in 2017 with particular responsibility for installing and commissioning the artificial surface.

He has been a Raith supporter since he was a schoolboy in Kirkcaldy and now lives in Edinburgh.

Colin Smart | Vice Chairman

Local entrepreneur Colin Smart joined the Board of the football club in June 2022.

Owner of Kirkcaldy’s premier hotel, The Dean Park, Colin owned and operated Kingdom Homes (a portfolio of 12 residential care homes in Fife) for nearly 40 years.

In May 2023, Colin was announced as part of the investment group who had completed the acquisition of a controlling stake in the club, continuing on the Board and taking on the role of Vice Chairman on the RRFC Board of Directors.


Raith Rovers FC Management Board

Details of the Raith Rovers Football Club Management Board will be published on this page in due course.