April 2016

No. of Shots

11 9

Shots on Target

5 4


48% 52%

Fouls Conceded

11 12

Corners Won

8 10


Goals Holt (27)

K Boyd (9)


Killie Team

Freddie Woodman, Luke Hendrie, (Miles Addison, 32) , Kristoffer Ajer, Iain Wilson, Rory McKenzie, Greg Taylor, Gary Dicker, Jordan Jones, (Callum Roberts 89), Sean Longstaff , Connor Sammon , Kris Boyd, (Nathan Tyson 88)
Subs Not Used: Jamie MacDonald, Martin Smith, Josh Umerah.

Attendance: 4,708

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Match Report

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Match Recap: In what turned out to be Lee Cark's last match in charge, Killie moved into the top half of the Premiership courtesy of an entertaining draw at Dens Park.

Kris Boyd opened the scoring after nine minutes, breaking clear of the static Dee defence to knock the ball beyond the advancing Scott Bain.

It was all square before the half hour when Kevin Holt calmly finished, helped by keeper Freddie Woodman's bizarre decision to race from his line.

Dee's Henrik Ojamaa and Killie's Rory McKenzie went close to winning it.


Lee Clark: It was frustrating, very similar to the game last week. I thought we were the dominant team, they had a spell for 10 minutes before half time. We are disappointed that we haven't taken three points once again but our level of performance is really high at the moment. We're playing some really good football. Players are playing with a lot of confidence, they are young and what they need to do is try to change these draws into wins. We could probably have done with eight more point from our performances but it's about winning as well, it's not just about playing good football. Unfortunately it hasn't happened but it gives me a lot of belief and encouragement that we can kick on for the rest of the season. We want the players to keep on doing what they are doing. Can we be more ruthless in the final third, I think if there's a slight criticism we go in the right positions without picking out the right type of ball. They are really young, we've got some terrific experienced players in their helping them. That's us four unbeaten in the league now so it means we go into a really tough game next Sunday (against Aberdeen) with lots of confidence.It's a positive thing (being in the top six), it's good for the players but it's so tight and that can flip on its head by the time we play next. There's not much to call between the teams so you just have to be consistent in the level of performance and hope that the results follow.


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