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Shelley Kerr - The Female Boss

By Aaron J Hocking – @FeedTheSpud

Shelley Kerr has 59 International caps for Scotland, played for teams such as Doncaster Rovers, Hibernian and Kilmarnock, won a Scottish Cup and Scottish Premier League Cup double and also guided Arsenal to two FA Cups, Continental Cup and into the Champions League as well taking Scotland’s U19’s to the UEFA U19 Championship Finals but she is still relatively unknown. 365 more words

Arsenal

Just Some Spontaneous Human Combustion

Yes, spontaneous human combustion. A look through Thaddeus Leavitt’s idiosyncratic History of Leeds and Grenville Ontario, from 1749 to 1879, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers  1,936 more words

Culture

Pre-season Friendly - TMS 0 Kilmarnock 0

Less than two weeks to go now before the big kick-off. The three inch by two inch passport to joy and misery aka the season ticket has plopped through the letter box, the car parking permit has arrived and I am beginning to plan my drinking expedition in Kingston ahead of the TMS opener against Wimbledon. 193 more words

Football

Scottish Football 2014/15 - Kilmarnock

Kilmarnock

Review of last season – In his first season in charge it is fair to say that Allan Johnston experienced many more negatives than positives. 793 more words

Scottish Football

Kilmarnock announce Magennis deal

Kilmarnock have announced the signing of Northern Ireland striker Josh Magennis on a three-year deal.

The 23-year-old had been training with the Ayrshire club after being released by Aberdeen in the summer. 180 more words

Remember I Carried That Queens Baton Thing?

I like a diary so since I carried the Queens Baton thing for the Commonwealth games last week last month, I thought I would fill anyone who is reading in on how that came to be. 2,420 more words

Diary

Cinzano Bianco in the Kay Park

An exotica instrumental from the new album… out soon on Topplers.net and our BandCamp page.

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