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  1. That’s the last of the highlights by the way folks, I’ll stop spamming the thread every night now! I’ve really enjoyed doing them and hopefully some of you have enjoyed watching them as well [emoji1360]
  2. ‪Runaway league leaders Falkirk were held to a draw by Rovers in a six goal thriller at Stark’s Park.‬ ‪Already relegated Raith earned their third win of the season as they beat Partick Thistle 2-1 at Stark’s Park.‬
  3. ‪Despite taking an early lead, Rovers were thrashed by Partick Thistle at Firhill.‬ ‪Pat Clarke grabbed a double for Raith Rovers in an entertaining 3-3 draw with Clyde.‬ Following a home defeat by St. Johnstone, Raith’s relegation to the Second Division was confirmed with seven games still left to play.
  4. ‪Poor finishing from both sides meant Raith and Partick Thistle had to settle for a point a piece as the match in Kirkcaldy ended goalless.‬ ‪Goals from Derek Lyle and Eric Paton gave Queen of the South a comfortable win over Raith Rovers.‬ ‪Hamilton got the win against Raith thanks to an incredible volley by Brian McPhee three minutes before the end.‬
  5. A week after winning the Bell's Cup Final, Falkirk won 2-0 at Stark's Park with goals from Daniel McBreen and Darryl Duffy. ‪Brian McGinty’s penalty was enough to give St. Mirren the win against Raith at Love Street.‬ ‪Rovers earned a point from a Tuesday night trip to Dingwall thanks to a stunning strike by Moussa Ouattara.‬
  6. ‪Rovers legend Shaun Dennis took charge of the club’s match against Partick Thistle as they searched for a new manager following the departure of Claude Anelka.‬ ‪Raith began to show signs of improvement under new boss Gordon Dalziel as they picked up a point at home to Hamilton.‬ ‪After a winless run of 11 games, Raith Rovers finally got their first three points of the season as they beat St. Johnstone 1-0 at Stark’s Park.‬
  7. ‪Five games into the 04/05 season, Claude Anelka’s Raith side were still looking for their first win following a 2-1 defeat by Ross County.‬ After trailing at half time, Falkirk blew Rovers away with four second half goals from Darryl Duffy and Andy Thomson. ‪After picking up only 1 point from 8 games, angry Raith Rovers fans gathered outside Stark’s Park to demand the removal of manager Claude Anelka.‬
  8. ‪10 man Rovers held on to claim a point at Victoria Park after Ramón Pereira had cancelled out Jim Hamilton’s opener.‬ ‪Paul Ritchie kept Inverness on track for the First Division title with his winner at Stark’s Park.‬ 16 year old Craig O’Reilly scored on his debut to give Raith the point they needed to secure their First Division survival.‬ After his final match in charge, Raith Rovers manager Antonio Calderón spoke about his decision to leave the club before the impending takeover by Claude Anelka.
  9. ‪Raith's poor record in the Highlands continued as they lost 3-0 to Inverness.‬ ‪Ramón Pereira scored a double to give Raith Rovers a vital three points against Ayr.‬ ‪ Video also includes a clip of Antonio Calderón scoring a brilliant free kick against Brechin in midweek.‬ ‪John Hughes admitted Falkirk were lucky to come away with a 1-0 win against Raith at Ochilview.‬ Also included in the video are the goals from Raith’s 3-1 win against Queen of the South in midweek.
  10. ‪A large travelling support from Kilmarnock saw their side progress to the 4th round of the Scottish Cup with a 3-1 win against Raith Rovers.‬ Rovers won a share of the points with a controversial goal in Dumfries. ‪Raith’s defensive frailties were exposed at McDiarmid Park as St. Johnstone hit five against the Fifers.‬
  11. ‪Rovers kept their first clean sheet in eleven matches to earn a point at Broadwood.‬ Despite falling a goal behind, league leaders Inverness ran out comfortable winners at Stark’s Park. ‪Raith kicked off 2004 with a win against Falkirk thanks to goals from John Sutton and Craig Stanley.‬
  12. ‪A Colin McMenamin brace helped Falkirk get the better of Raith Rovers in an entertaining Friday night fixture at Ochilview.‬ ‪For the second week in a row, Rovers scored twice away from home but took no points as they lost to Ross County.‬ ‪Raith suffered their 8th defeat in 9 games at the hands of St. Johnstone on a rainy day at Stark’s Park.‬
  13. ‪Inverness continued their strong home form with a win over Raith thanks to goals from Ross Tokely and Stuart McCaffery.‬ ‪Rovers were left furious as St. Mirren kept possession to score a late winner after the ball had been put out of play for an injury.‬ Queen of the South benefitted from a defensive error to leave Kirkcaldy with three points.
  14. I have 19 more games from 03/04 and then 17 from the Anelka/Dalziel season. I won’t judge anyone who doesn’t watch the latter!
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