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Games Photo Albums - Kilmarnock FC

The pictures featured in the albums within this section of the site were taken before, during and after matches involving Kilmarnock FC.

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Season 2007-2008


"... a sweet goal. "

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ICT FC 3-0 Kilmarnock 19th April 2008

After a fairly even first 10 mins Caley Jags opened the scoring. Dougie Imrie netted his first Caley Jags' goal from a free kick on the edge of the Killie box. An own goal on 71mins doubled the lead. David Liley found himself under pressure following a penetrating run from Imrie whose subsequent crossed ball was heading for Roy McBain. Caley Jags' third of the day came on 79mins when Marius Niculae blasted the ball into the top corner of the net.

Craig Brewster was pleased with the teams' performance as they entered the last five games of the season: "The back four defended well and we got goals at the right times... Dougie Imrie's was a sweet goal. We got some good deliveries in the box. .. It's important that we do finish strongly and positively because everybody then goes home with a smile on their face."

Understandably Jim Jefferies was less than satisfieed with his team's performance:"There was only one team that wanted to win it and that was Inverness. I think some of the quality of our play and passing wasn't good enough... The goals that we conceded, if you look at them individually, were just a joke."

19-Apr-08, 105 Photos


"... our heads really go down... "

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Kilmarnock 4-1 ICT FC 22nd March 2008

After an extended poor run of results Caley Jags started the stronger of the two sides.  Their early efforts were rewarded when Ian Black scored from the spot after 14 mins. Kilmarnock however became a greater threat as the first half progressed. On 37 mins Black brought  Danny Invincibile down just outside the Caley Jags’ box. The resulting free kick was taken by Iain Flannigan. The ball came off the upright and Frazer Wright tapped it home to level the score going into the interval. Then, 5 mins into the second half, Craig Bryson blasted the ball past Michael Fraser from 25 yards. Bryson scored his second on 56mins, the ball deflecting in off Phil McGuire. Finally on 64 mins David Fernandez crossed the ball to Flannigan who shot it into the roof of net.

Manager Craig Brewster acknowledged the side's shortcomings during the second half: "At the start of the second half they put us under pressure and Garry Hay hits three crosses into the box in the first ten minutes which we don't really deal with and one of them leads to their second goal.  After that our heads really go down and that was a major disappointment, every time they went up the park they looked like scoring for a spell."

Jim Jefferies changed his team's strategy for the second half: "We played far too many long balls, which played into their hands though and I emphasized at half-time we needed to get the ball down and pass it. That's what happened in the second half and, when we got the third goal, suddenly everyone wanted to get on the ball."

22-Mar-08, 58 Photos


"... a joy to watch..."

ICT FC 3-1 Kilmarnock 29th December 2007

It was a fine end to the year for Caley Jags as they beat Kilmarnock at Tulloch Caledonian Stadium for the first time. On 42 mins John Rankin was denied by keeper Alan Combe.  The ball however fell to Marius Niculae who scored from close range. Caley Jags added a second on 52 mins when Don Cowie volleyed home from a Richard Hastings' cross. Niculae added another on 76 mins after Grahan Bayne’s shot was stopped by Combe. Colin Nish scored from a late penalty for Kilmarnock after Grant Munro handled the ball on 87 mins.

Craig Brewster was pleased with the team's quick return to winning ways: "The boys were fantastic in the second half and showed great energy levels to run out comfortable winners in the end... Marius has had to adapt to a new life in Scotland and he is a joy to watch when he's in the mood."

Jim Jefferies was disappointed with the Killie performance: "The application and the tenacity just wasn't as good as it could have been after encouraging signs in recent weeks... if it hadn't been for the good form of Alan Combe, we could have lost by one or two more."

29-Dec-07, 80 Photos


"...we were a bit sloppy..."

Kilmarnock 2-2 ICT FC 6th October 2007

Caley Jags faced an injury hit Kilmarnock side and had the opportunity to move up to eighth place in the league on collecting three points. Thirty-five seconds into the game, and one goal down, and the new objective was to avoid defeat. A Willie Gibson cross was picked up by Craig Bryson, unfortunately Michael Fraser could only deflect the ball back off the post where Aime Koudou tapped in from a few yards out. Caley Jags were lucky to drew level in 21 mins when a lob into the Kilmarnock box was headed into his own net by an unfortunate Ross Ford. Kilmarnock went into the lead for the second time on 55 mins when Colin Nish scored from 18 yards. Caley Jags drew level again on 61 min with the best goal of the match when Don Cowie scored from a free-kick from 25 yards.

Craig Brewster acknowledged Caley jags were not as sharp as they have been in recent games: "We have to be happy with a point as I don't think we performed very well... Rugby Park is a difficult place to come... even though Kilmarnock have had injury problems... after our good performances recently, it is maybe difficult to keep up those standards... and we were a bit sloppy."

"I thought we equipped ourselves quite well, but Inverness were the better of the two sides," said Kilmarnock assistant manager Billy Brown. "We would have taken a point before kick off after all that's happened this week, especially against a team going as well as Caley Thistle."

06-Oct-07, 73 Photos


Season 2006-2007


"... we
defended very poorly!"

Kilmarnock 3-2 ICT FC 10th March 2007

Caley Jags had to beat Kilmarnock to have any chance of a top six finish this season. After 10 minutes Markus Paatelainen scored his first goal for the team following a cross from Richard Hastings. He headed in from 12 yards to beat Graeme Smith. Killie replied on 17 minutes with a goal from Paul di Giacomo. Killie then scored twice again before half time with a second goal from di Giacomo and one from Stevie Naismith. Caley Jags struck back in the second half when a Barry Wilson corner was headed in by Darren Dods on 48 minutes. There were no more goals, and Killie should now secure a top six finish.

Charlie Christie acknowledged that today's result came from uncharacteristically poor defence, "Today for 25 minutes we defended very poorly which is so unlike us especially after last week's clean sheet against Dundee United and we have paid dearly for it."

Killie manager Jim Jefferies was pleased with the result, "We just deserved to win the game. It was terrific to come back from losing an early goal... We're not there yet but we are close to securing a top six finish and we deserve it because we have been there all season."

10/03/07, 100 Photos

"... today was really poor defending...  "

ICT FC 3-4 Kilmarnock 16th December 2006

Caley Jags welcomed the return of Darren Dods, back after his one match suspension. Dods marked his return by opening the scoring on 6 minutes. Kilmarnock replied on 29 minutes when Steven Naismith scored. This was followed by a goal on 35 minutes by Colin Nish which put Kilmarnock into the lead. Dods responded 4 minutes later to level the scoring. Then, in the final minutes of the half Grant Murray handled the ball resulting in a penalty to Caley Jags. Craig Dargo showed he was not put off by last weeks' effort when he scored from the spot on 45 minutes. Kilmarnock again brought the scores level when Nish scored his second on 49 minutes. Naismith then got his second of the afternoon when he scored from the spot after substitute Zander Sutherland fouled him in the box.

Manager Charlie Christie, remains disappointed in the team's inability to pick up points: "If you score three goals at home you expect to win the game... you can't afford to lose four goals at home... I have told them in no uncertain terms that today was really poor defending..."Jim Jefferies the Kilmarnock boss said, "I told the players at the break, if we want to challenge for the top half of the table, we had to come to places like this and get results... Credit to the players for taking everything on board and playing with the determination we have consistently seen over the last couple of seasons."

16/12/06, 83 Photos

"... we were tremendous, absolutely exceptional. We should have gone on and won the game."

Kilmarnock 1-1 ICT FC 23rd September 2006

Kilmarnock were first to score in a game with plenty of end to end action. In the 7th minute Colin Nish headed in a corner kick from David Fernandez. Craig Dargo leveled the score 12 minutes later. After a throw in, Darren Dods headed towards the far post and Dargo knocked it past Killie keeper Graeme Smith into the roof of the net. Around the 70 minutes mark Richie Hart had a strike at goal. The ball was low and although blocked by Smith he was unable to keep hold of the ball. Craig Dargo was on hand to strike the free ball. Although at very close range the ball hit the post and rebounded away from the goal.

After the game manager Charlie Christie said "Second half we were tremendous, absolutely exceptional. We should have gone on and won the game... In the first 20 minutes, we were not great and lost a goal from a corner, which is unlike us, and had to thank Dargo for getting us back in the game... We had five or six good chances, although, to be fair, Mark pulled off a great save at the end."Jim Jefferies the Killie manager thought his team deserved a share of the points. "It was a fair result... Their goalkeeper made a fantastic save late in the game... Inverness are a very hard team to play against. They set up two solid banks of four and hit you on the break. "

23/09/06, 79 Photos



Season 2005-2006


Kilmarnock 2-2 ICTFC 19th November 2005

Album consisting of 20 photographs by Peter. [Album 19/11/05 ]

ICT FC 2-2 Kilmarnock 20th August 2005

/ Album consisting of 29 photographs taken by Peter. [Album 20/08/05 ]

Season 2004-2005


ICT FC 1-2 Kilmarnock 30th April 2005

Album consisting of 13 photographs by Peter. [Album 30/04/05 ]

Kilmarnock 1-0 ICT FC 9th April 2005


Album consisting of 35 photographs by Peter. [Album 09/04/05 ]

ICTFC 0-2 Kilmarnock 3rd January 2005

Album consisting of 78 photographs. [Album 03/01/05 ]

Kilmarnock 2-2 ICT FC 23rd October 2004

Album consisting of 74 photographs. [Album 23/10/04]




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