Two teenagers have been charged after flares were thrown on to the pitch during a Scottish Cup football match in Fife.
Ross County winger Daniel Armstrong believes his move from Raith Rovers can be a fast ticket to the Scottish Premiership.
Ross County have signed winger Daniel Armstrong from League 1 club Raith Rovers on an 18-month contract.
Ross County could barely have envisaged an easier passage into the third round of the IRN-BRU Cup as they tore apart Raith Rovers – with Brian Graham doing much of the damage against his former club.
Ross County eased to a 5-0 win over Raith Rovers in the IRN-BRU Cup, with Brian Graham netting four times against his former club.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson insists Barry Smith’s resignation at Raith Rovers will have no impact on tomorrow’s IRN-BRU Cup tie at Victoria Park.
Cove ended their Betfred Cup campaign in style with a 2-0 victory against League 1 Raith Rovers.
Teenager Daniel MacKay struck two minutes from time to give Caley Thistle a vital 2-1 Betfred Cp victory over League 1 side Raith Rovers.
Some managers rule by fear but Inverness Caley Thistle defender Brad Mckay reckons John Robertson rules by trust.
John Robertson urges Caley Thistle players to ignore Hearts’ Betfred Cup punishment ahead of Raith Rovers visit
John Robertson has ordered his Caley Thistle squad to put Hearts’ points-deduction out of their minds and focus on beating Raith Rovers tonight.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally says his team must cut the supply to Raith Rovers forward Lewis Vaughan if they are to cause a cup shock this afternoon.
The lure of full-time football and the challenge of revitalising Raith Rovers ensured a switch to Stark's Park was too good to turn down for new manager Barry Smith.
Former Caley Thistle boss John Hughes has been named as the new Raith Rovers manager.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre reckons today's opponents Raith Rovers will be determined not to let a change in manager prevent them from another Premiership promotion push this season.
All set to return to Hampden Park for the first time in 11 years, but Caley Jags made hard work of overcoming Raith Rovers.
Caley Thistle's Scottish Cup quarter-final against Raith Rovers today has been postponed following heavy overnight rain in Inverness.
Caley Thistle manager John Hughes has warned his players Inverness risk becoming a Scottish Cup scalp if they underestimate Raith Rovers today.