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2018-19 Diary Week 37


Another great support through from the fans and a decent away point midweek at Easter Road, if anyone was going to win it in the end it was us.

The Saints game on Saturday was testament to just how far we’ve progressed, at no point did we look under pressure and we should have scored more goals.

Kris Boyd just missed with a header, won and scored a penalty and had a perfectly good goal disallowed.

That’s now 136 overall and 121 goals in the league, tying him with Eddie Morrison in second place…illustrious company indeed!

Rory McKenzie was again outstanding, and it is great to have someone who can take corners again!

Only one goal conceded in the last six matches says much about our defence, and even an absolute keeker to his right eye couldn’t keep big Findlay down.

Every match is now vital, and although there is much talk about the zombies game and giving them one stand, let's concentrate on getting as many as we can to the Aberdeen game first.

A well-deserved win for Alan Power at the KFCSA Player of the year awards, running away with the title with a record number of points.

Young Player of the Year went to Greg Taylor and Burkey and the Ginger Boyd picked up awards from the KFCDSA.

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