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April 2016

No. of Shots

19 2

Shots on Target

7 0

Possession

75% 25%

Fouls Conceded

10 8

Corners Won

10 2

Discipline

None None
Goals

Bruce (9),  Findlay (26 & 44'),  
Kiltie (62'), Kabamba (89'),
  Johnson (90'+1)

None

Killie Team

Koprivec, O’Donnell, Findlay (Kabamba, 65′), Bruce (Johnson, 55′), Hamalainen, Dicker, Power, El Makrini, Kiltie, Burke, Bunn (Connell, 75′)

Subs not used: Branescu, Millen, Wilson,  St. Clair, 

Attendance: 4,198

Man of the Match Vote

Match Recap

Kilmarnock powered into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup as Chris Burke bagged an incredible SIX assists in a 6-0 thumping of Queen's Park.

Defender Alex Bruce was first to benefit from the midfielder's pinpoint cross with the opener.

Stuart Findlay - making his return after a two-and-half-month hamstring injury lay-off - then pounced twice.

Greg Kiltie, new striker Nicke Kabamba and Connor Johnson were also set up by the 36-year-old as Alex Dyer claimed his first win since taking over as Rugby Park boss last month.

And with frontman Eamonn Brophy injured, attacking midfielder Kiltie was pressed into an unfamiliar striker role on his return from a loan stint at Dunfermline.

But with Burke providing so much quality from his set-pieces, Kilmarnock could afford to do without an out-and-out poacher.

Comments

Alex Dyer:  "Very satisfied and it was a professional job. The early goal set the tone for the afternoon. Burkey's six assists is outstanding. It was just nice to win again and get some goals. Hopefully now we can move on a bit."

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