Two points off the top going into Wednesday’s match against Livingston, and looking every bit like challengers, unbelievable from Steve Clarke and his squad.
Saturday could have been a complete whitewash, if there hadn’t been a couple of blackouts!
We took the game to Hibs from the outset and Eamon ‘Wolf’ Brophy did not take long to mark his return with a fine effort to put us in front.
The industrious #25 doubled his tally from the spot and probably would have had a hat-trick had the manager not made a tactical switch and substitute him for Aaron Tshibola.
Greg Stewart closed it out in the end and another clean sheet from Daniel Bachmann secured the win.
The power cut, which obviously upset the rhythm on the game, was amusing at first, but there were a lot of anxious faces when the lights went out a second time.
Ironically Alan Power was probably our man of the match, and it would have been very handy to have Bright on the bench under the circumstances!
Trust membership is now at an all time high, but we still need more Killie fans to hear about it, join up and contribute if they can.
We now have a director on the Club Board and an input into how our club is being run, to become a member and have your say only costs £10 a year and you can do that HERE
The Trust's most successful campaign to date has been "Fifty for the Future" in terms of money brought in, but only just.
The "Trust in Killie" initiative has almost caught up and achieved its first goal in getting our aforementioned director appointed and the financial update due this week indicates that we are now starting to gather the next pot of money for a target that you can help to decided in the coming weeks.
We have now introduced a new £10 per month entry level, as per your request, and of course you can contribute any amount you like via Paypal (although due to logistics that doesn't carry rewards). You can sign up for TIK HERE