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Kilmarnock v Rangers. 7.45pm. Friday. 26th August.

Getting in early for the early game here. Friday night sees Kilmarnock host Rangers at Rugby Park and I want to get this up with plenty of time because I think come kick off the odds will be much shorter. 419 more words

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Kilmarnock

Of all the grounds that have been modernised in Scotland the one I think I miss most in its old form is Kilmarnock’s Rugby Park.  It’s not that I’m a Killie fan, it’s just that it struck me as a really nice stadium to watch football in. 1,330 more words

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George Green Joins Kilmarnock on Loan

Burnley Football Club have today confirmed that midfielder George Green has joined Kilmarnock on loan until January.  The former England U18 international joined the Clarets as a free agent in January, following spells with Everton and Bradford City. 51 more words

Hamilton v Kilmarnock. 3.00pm. Saturday. 13th August.

Historically Hamilton tend to have the edge in these fixtures although mostly they tend to win when playing Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. At their own home of New Douglas Park the last 11 match ups with Kilmarnock have seen 4 wins for the Accies, 5 draws and just 2 wins for Killie. 352 more words

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Come, Let Us to the Lord Our God

HOW TO USE THIS BLOG
1) The Almanac. Click on the month you want in the side-bar, then the specific date. The blog will tell you what happened in hymn history on that day. 875 more words

T5. Reflections: Aug.16

Scottish Premiership Previews: Kilmarnock

Last season:

Skin of their teeth would not adequately describe the method by which Kilmarnock survived relegation. Killie entered the second leg of their play-off tie with Falkirk chasing a one-goal deficit, and the manner of their limp performance in that first leg led many to doubt their chances of retaining a Premiership status. 593 more words

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Kilmarnock v Motherwell. 3.00pm. Saturday 6th August.

At the end of the 2014/15 season Motherwell only managed to secure their Premiership status via the relegation playoff. The 2015/16 season was barely limping along and then there was a change of manager. 271 more words

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