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Heartbreak: Killie 1-2 Aberdeen Review

They say you shouldn’t mess with a good thing. Well today, interim manager McCulloch did just that, and we were severely punished for it. Everything looked so good for 82 minutes, and then came along Miles Addison. 549 more words

Football

Participatory Budgeting - community funding coming soon to Kilmarnock!

So what is participatory budgeting (PB) I hear you ask??  Well if you run a community project and need some funding to run an event or buy some equipment, this could be for you.  440 more words

A Cultural History of Association Football in Scotland, 1865-1902

MATTHEW L. McDOWELL

Lampeter: Edwin Mellen, 2013 (purchase here)

Rangers and Celtic Football Clubs, together known as the ‘Old Firm’, have received the lion’s share of attention given to Scottish association football in both scholarly and popular literature.  401 more words

Scottish Football

The Daily Drool: Kristoffer Ajer

Central defender Kristoffer currently plays for Kilmarnock on loan from Celtic. He has represented Norway at the U16, U17, U18 and U19 levels.

The Daily Drool

Progress?: Hamilton v Killie Preview

This clash promises to be a good one. Both teams are flying high on confidence after their latest games. Killie scored in the last minute to beat Ross County in a thrilling 3-2 victory, while Hamilton demolished Inverness 3-0 at the Superseal Stadium in midweek. 225 more words

Football

POEM: Robert Burns - Ae Fond Kiss

‘Ae fond kiss and then we sever’ is more commonly known as “Ae fond kiss” and is Burns’ most recorded love song.

After the publication of his collected poems, the Kilmarnock volume, Burns regularly travelled and stayed at Edinburgh. 65 more words

Poetry

Story Extract: 'Via Dolorosa: The Liberation of Sister Mary Frances'

A Prayer of Contrition

Six hours into her 80th birthday, and six hours before she died, Sister Mary Frances experienced her first orgasm. She awoke in the half-light, confused and open-mouthed, and with a thundering heart. 562 more words

Writing