Raith Rovers fans can vote for top player and goal of season
Top scorer Aidan Connolly is a candidate in both categories, having netted 15 times this season.
Fans can cast their votes online by visiting https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1RDBnCXj8cMSaXvt07hCgoFzup4e0XeliKuGlpicGJUQ/viewform?edit_requested=true
It’s been a rollercoaster season for Rovers under Ian Murray in the Scottish Championship, with their bid for a coveted place in the top four play-off spots ultimately proving unsuccessful as their challenge has fizzled out in recent weeks after a fine run between December and February when they were unbeaten in nine league fixtures.
But there was then major disappointment as they lost 1-0 to Hamilton Accies in the Falkirk Stadium showpiece on March 26.
Meanwhile, a successful run in the Scottish Cup saw Murray’s men beat non league Linlithgow Rose 2-0 away and top flight Motherwell 3-1 at home to clinch a money-spinning quarter-final tie at Rangers which they lost 3-0.
But the cash generated from receiving a 50/50 split of the gate from a match attended by over 41,000 spectators is vital for a Rovers outfit which has reportedly lost an average of £150,000 a season since 2005.