Game On Print This Post

With all the playing and managing places complete all supporters are invited to come along to Stark’s Park this Sunday to cheer the players on and see some Rovers Legends once again grace the turf where they made their names.

Game kicks off at 2pm and entry is free.

Managers Auction Closes Wednesday Print This Post

Just as with the players auction the auction for the managers spots on each team will close at 10pm this Wednesday.

Players Notified Print This Post

All highest bidders should have received notification of the payment details and itinerary for the day. If anyone hasn’t received the information then they should contact James Proctor (james.proctor@tiscali.co.uk) immediately – mobile 07801 815784.

Remember the game, which kicks off at 2pm this Sunday, is free for all spectators so if you’re not playing come along and cheers the guys on.

Player Auction Closed Print This Post

Thanks to everyone who put a bid in for the Dream Team. I’ll be in touch over the next 24 hours or so to pass on details.

In the meantime if anyone wants to bid on the Managers Positions then bids are still being accepted.

Four Hours Left Print This Post

Live the Dream!

A little under four hours left on the players auction.

Home Team: One half game still to receive a bid, plenty of others that you can outbid someone on.

Away Team: Three full games and two half games still to get a starting bid.

I’ll update the site from 8.30pm onwards this evening should there be anyone out there waiting ’til the last minute to bid.

Auction Closes Tonight Print This Post

Just a reminder that the players auction will end at 10pm this evening.

Trust Board Meeting, 25th September 2006 Print This Post

Venue: Novar Bar, Kirkcaldy

Present: James Proctor (JP) Tom Phillips (TP) Neil Langtree (NL) Graeme Condie, co-optee, (GC) Blair White, co-optee (BW) George Howie (GH) Mike Melville, co-optee, (MM) Alan Russell (AR) Tam Cunningham, co-optee (TC)
Apologies: John Mainland (JM) Read the rest of this entry »

Manager for a Day! Print This Post

Be Tha BossWith places now filling up for the Dream Team game on Sunday 8th October (2pm k.o. – spectators welcome) we’ve got two special places on offer for the non-playing fan. Yup, we’re auctioning off the two managers spots!

The team manager will take the team talk on the day, set the team out in their preferred formation, make any unscheduled substitutions (due to injury), change formation when the going gets rough/you sneak a one-goal lead and generally shout random instructions and wave your hands around while the players ignore you and pretend to have developed temporary deafness.

You’ll also get a certificate, T-shirt and photograph as a momento of the day.

Bidding starts at £20

http://rrfcdreamteam.wordpress.com/manager/

There are still a few full and half games available for the fitter supporters out there which we could really do with filling.

Man of the Match Award Print This Post

Signatures4u
Thanks to club sponsors Signatures4u this year’s Dream Team will have a prize on offer for the man of the match.

Signatures4u.com are a local company who specialise in sales on the internet of collectable items from football and other sports, and offer a wide range of must have items for collectors including framed and signed shirts worn by superstars such as George Best, Dennis Law, Diego Maradona and a whole host of well known players, and club and International shirts from Barcelona and Real Madrid to Argentina and Brazil.

Play In The Team – Live The Dream! Print This Post

Trust chairman and secretary in action...Following the success of last year’s Football Aid game which allowed the ordinary supporter the chance to rub shoulders and play on the hallowed turf of Stark’s Park with former players such as Colin Harris, Cammy Fraser, Andy Harrow and Chris Candlish to name but a few, the event is back again, and this year’s Raith Aid “Dream Team” promises to be bigger and even better. The match takes place on Sunday 8th October, and kicks off at 2pm.

Anyone can take part, and all you have to do to book your place in one of the two teams is to make a bid on one of the jerseys for the game, with the price you pay determining your length of time on the field. Full games start at £75 and half games at £50 but you can guarantee your place by bidding the maximum (£200/£125) which will secure your place in this year’s “Dream Team” game. Read the rest of this entry »