Where would Raith Rovers and East Fife finish in 2019 table?

Here’s how the table would look if only results in 2019 were taking into consideration

Monday, 29th April 2019, 4:50 pm
Updated Tuesday, 30th April 2019, 10:00 am
Stark's Park - Kirkcaldy - Fife - Raith v Dumbarton - KEVIN NISBET celebrates his 1st goal with Gillespie - credit- Fife Photo Agency

How would things look if only the calendar year counted. Here we take a look at the form of 2019 and there are a few surprises... current league positions in brackets.

Forfar (2nd) Way out in front in 2019 it's the Loons. Jim Weir's men have enjoyed a fantastic calendar year with 10 wins, which have put them in the play-offs. They've had just two defeats in their last 10. (33pts)
Dumbarton (7th) Jim Duffy's side endured a slow start but a surge in the second half of the season saw them secure safety. Seven wins in 2019 and just two defeats in last 14. (26pts)

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Montrose (4th) They've surpassed expectations after being promoted and have earned a play-off place. A fine run to the end of the season has helped their cause. Eight wins in 2019, five have came in last seven. (25pts)
Raith Rovers (3rd) John McGlynn's men have struggled with injury but as the only full-time club in the division, they would have hoped for better. Six wins in 16 games in 2019 has put them in the play-offs. (24pts)
Arbroath (1st) the champions have coasted towards the title after opening up a 16-point gap over Raith Rovers in February and it is reflected in their form in 2019 having dropped a few points. (23pts)
Stenhousemuir (9th) The Warriors have battled away all season and have picked up some impressive wins. Five wins in 2019 leaves them with a straight shoot out with Brechin this weekend to avoid the automatic drop. (20pts)
Airdrieonians (6th) They secured an impressive win over Arbroath at the weekend. Their first win in five. A bit of an up and down season for the Diamonds, same points as Brechin and Stranraer in 2019. (19pts)
Stranraer (8th) secured survival with win over Brechin, enjoyed good run of form with three wins in their last five. Same points as Brechin in 2019 but better goal difference (19pts).
Brechin (10th) have been battling relegation so no surprise they're near the bottom. Five wins from 17 in 2019 would suggest slight improvement. Need to make it six to avoid back to back relegations (19pts).
East Fife (5th). Looked on course for the play-offs, but form has taken a nose dive with no wins in their last eight - their last came against Stranraer in March, one of only three in 2019. (14pts)