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    Kilmarnock -V- Inverness CT - Report

    Snow good enough


    Inverness lost 2-1 at a snowy Kilmarnock as we slid to defeat. This result leaves us looking down the table with trepidation instead of setting our sights on challenging for a European slot behind Celtic, Aberdeen and Hearts.

    Ross Draper scored a landmark 1500th goal for Inverness Caledonian Thistle, but it was not enough to save us from losing this game as Greg Kiltie and Craig Slater scored the goals to move Killie to within four points of Inverness.

    Slater's goal was an absolute belter, volleying home from the edge of the box via the underside of the bar, a goal fit to win any game. The snow did it's best to help Inverness out but despite a late flurry from the visitors, it was Killie that took all three points.


    Date: 16/01/16  Venue: Rugby Park, Kilmarnock Attendance: 2937  Referee: Don Robertson
    Kilmarnock: 2

    • Lineup: MacDonald, Findlay, Higginbotham (Robinson 87), Ashcroft, Slater, Kiltie, Syme, Balatoni, Carrick, Hamill, Frizzell (Obadeyi 77)
    • Subs (not used): Brennan, Boyd, Barbour, Hawkshaw, Splaine
    • Scorers: Kiltie (9), Slater (51)
    • Booked: Slater (52)
    • Sent Off: none

    Inverness CT: 1

    • Lineup: Fon-Williams, Raven (Sutherland 81), Tremarco, Warren, Draper, Wedderburn (Fisher 62), Tansey, Williams, Polworth (Mbuyi-Mutombo 61), Vigurs, Storey
    • Subs (not used): Esson, Foran, Roberts, Brown
    • Scorers: Draper (41)
    • Booked: Tansey (28), Mbuyi-Mutombo (80), Tremarco (92)
    • Sent Off: none


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