Board of Directors
The fondly remembered former player, Roddy Grant is now Director for the team he proudly played for over two spells, played 242 scoring 68 times. The highlight of Roddy's first spell in Perth (89-92) was lifting old First Division as part of Alex Totten's side in 1990. He later returned to the club in 1995, after appearing for Dunfermline Athletic and Partick Thistle in between, to help Saints regain promotion to the Premier League in 1997 and then being part of the 1998/89 side which reached the League Cup Final (losing to Rangers 2-1) and finishing 3rd in the league to qualify for Europe the following year.
Roddy, who started his career at Cowdenbeath, turned out for Ayr United, Brechin City and Peterhead following his departure from St. Johnstone in 2000. Before the inclusion of some new names to the Scottish Football League in more recent years, Roddy once held the special record of having scored a goal against every club in the top four divisions of Scottish football.
After coaching at Stirling Albion, under his former Saints team mate Allan Moore, Roddy came full circle and joined St. Johnstone in a non-playing capacity. He first became Administrator for the successful Super Saints Lotto in November 2011, before being made an Associate Director in July 2012.
Senior Executive - voluntary position
Peter is a life long Saints fan and belongs to a well know Perth sporting family. His grandfather, Peter Gavigan, played outside right for St Johnstone during the 1920's and Peter has fond memories of going along with him to Muirton Park as a youngster.
A former World and European Curling Champion Peter competed at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. He has also coached at the highest level and played a key role in organising major curling events.
Peter's working life has taken him from Perth to Glasgow and Edinburgh and he continues to work in the Financial Services sector currently with Tesco Bank. Peter aims to use the skills, knowledge and experience he has gained throughout his business and sporting life to help advance the clubs ambitions now and into the future.