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4 hours ago

Linlithgow confident over duo

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Linlithgow Rose manager Danny Smith is confident Andy Shirra and Ruari MacLellan will pass fitness checks to give him a full squad to choose from when Championship side Raith Rovers visit Prestonfield.

Smith said: "This is a huge game for our club and it looks like we will have everyone available for it which is great news. Raith are the Ramsdens Cup holders so know a good bit about cup football so we are second favourites.

"However we are determined to go out and give it everything. There will be...

6 days ago

Alloa lift off bottom

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Alloa claimed a 1-1 draw at Raith to move them off the foot of the Scottish Championship table.

The struggling visitors held out for the final nine minutes with 10 men, following Kyle Benedictus' second caution, but top scorer Liam Buchanan's early goal was enough to secure a draw.

Grant Anderson equalised for Raith before half-time, but Alloa held firm to take just their second point in seven league games.

Buchanan has found the net despite Alloa's struggles and he duly scored his fifth of the season,...

Oct 18, 2014

Rangers 6-1 Raith Rovers

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Kris Boyd finally ended his seven-game scoring drought as Rangers romped to a 6-1 win over Raith Rovers at Ibrox.

The Light Blues hitman was expected to lead the scoring charts after returning to the club in the summer but despite finding the net five times in cup action, he had failed to live up to expectations in the Scottish Championship.

However, he was given a helping hand by Rovers keeper Ross Laidlaw as he finally netted his first league goal of the campaign.

With Lee McCulloch, Nicky Law and...

Oct 10, 2014

Russell settles seven-goal thriller

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Iain Russell netted deep into stoppage time as 10-man Queen of the South edged a thriller with Raith 4-3.

It took Queens just seven minutes to hit the front, John Baird tapping the ball home after pouncing on a mistake by Raith goalkeeper Ross Laidlaw.

Gavin Reilly doubled the Doonhamers' lead five minutes into the second half when he finished from close range after good work by Daniel Carmichael.

Mark Stewart was introduced by Raith boss Grant Murray and the change paid immediate dividends as the forward...

Sep 12, 2014

Rangers fire four past Raith

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Rangers gained a measure of revenge for last season's mortifying Ramsdens Cup final defeat to Raith as they beat Rovers 4-0 at Stark's Park.

The win - secured thanks to first-half goals from Nicky Clark, Ian Black and Nicky Law, plus Lee McCulloch's second-half penalty - moved the Glasgow giants back to the top of the Scottish Championship table for the night at least.

Hearts will retain the lead if they beat Dumbarton on Saturday but the victory at least provided Rangers manager Ally McCoist with...