Kilmarnock -24h On
Updated Sunday, 25th November 2007
It was a good day's work on Saturday. Another three away points joined those earned at Inverness and we succeeded in securing a second consecutive clean sheet.
It was fitting that Mark McGhee made special mention of the trio who had played contributed to the midweek international games. They had returned to the club on a high after making notable contributions and carried their form into the game.
McCormack is in such confident form that, at times, he tends to be too ambitious. But there's no denying that he is our main threat and the club should strive to accommodate his expectations as we try to extend his contract beyond the end of this season.
Reynolds and Craigan coped very well with the tricky conditions and they will be very satisfied that a second clean sheet was achieved.
O'Donnell was delighted to score his second goal of the season. His first was an equalising header against ICT at
Hughes will feel the benefit of his twenty minutes in the second half. He looked a bit off the pace and he'll have a bit of work to do to regain the sharpness he had before his injury.
Next up is a home game against