Saturday, October 25th, 2014

After a break for last weekend’s internationals, we’re back with a Killie match report.  This weekend we hear from our Vice Chairman David Sneddon who made the trip up to Perth.
 

Golf or football, golf or football? Got up at 7.30 am to check the weather and although it wasn’t raining I decided that it was too [...]

As promised, here is our second report from Scotland’s Euro qualifiers, this time we’re in Poland with Robert Morton.
 

A point gained or 2 lost?
 
It was a bit of a surreal start to our latest Tartan Army trip. Due to Kilmaurs Young Farmers Club celebrating a 75th anniversary with a formal dinner for around 350 folk [...]

Since there were no Killie games this weekend our match day reporters have been focusing on our national team’s games against Georgia and Poland.  Below is a report from the game against Georgia at Ibrox, written by our chairman James Morrison. Our report from Poland should follow shortly…
 

Where is Paul Dixon now ?
 
For many years, [...]

At the start of the season it was proposed by Billy Bowie that the club could help run a supporters bus from Stewarton.  KFCSA have agreed to help get this off the ground and are looking for some Killie fans based in Stewarton who would be interested in helping out.
If you think you’d be interested [...]

KFCSA held their latest committee meeting on Tuesday night at the Sports Bar. We were delighted to welcome Andrew Miller (S.L.O.) and Nicola Sturgeon (Marketing Manager). Nicola explained her new role and outlined her plans for the future. All parties put forward a variety of ideas and suggestions on increasing crowds, improving match day experience, [...]

With this week’s match report we’ve got our very own vice-chairman David Sneddon.
 

Friday night football, who wants it? Me, please, if last night was anything to go by. The day started with drizzle rain which quickly developed into a downpour. I don’t mind the rain that much, just so long as the wind is blowing [...]

This weeks match report comes from our comittee member Chris Deas.
 
Games against Partick are always ones I look forward to. Partick are the closest thing we have to a local rival in the Premier League and there is usually a bit more bite in these games than some other games.
I started my day by going [...]

This weeks report comes from our webmaster and committee member Matt Watson.
 
I was in two minds about whether to attend this game, after all it’s hard to get excited about travelling down from Glasgow on a Tuesday night to pay £20 for a cup game against St Johnstone, but in the end I decided that [...]