Kilmarnock 0
Dundee Utd 2
League (SPL)


Kilmarnock 

0 - 2

Dundee Utd


League (SPL)
Saturday, December 27th, 2003
Rugby Park. Att. 6,062
3:00 PM Kick-off


Goalscorers
None. Billy Dodds (20)
Jim McIntyre (pen.) (82)

Team Managers
Jim Jefferies Ian McCall

Starting Eleven
Francois Dubourdeau
Greg Shields
Freddy Dindeleux
Gordon Greer
Garry Hay
Peter Canero
Steve Fulton
Gary McDonald
Steve Murray
Colin Nish
Gary McSwegan
Paul Gallacher .1
Mark Wilson .21
David McCracken .19
Alan Archibald .5
Jim Paterson .3
Derek McInnes .4
Andy McLaren .22
Barry Robson .11
Mark Kerr .7
Billy Dodds .14
Jim McIntyre .10

Bench
Craig Samson
James Fowler
Martin Hardie
Kris Boyd
Barry McLaughlin
Paul Jarvie .24
Stuart Duff .15
Danny Griffin .2
Charlie Miller .8
Jason Scotland .20

Substitutions
James Fowler for Steve Murray (45)
Kris Boyd for Colin Nish (65)
Martin Hardie for Garry Hay (77)
Jason Scotland for Andy McLaren (55)
Stuart Duff for Jim Paterson (72)
Danny Griffin for Mark Kerr (80)

Cautions
Peter Canero (56) Jim Paterson (59)

Red Cards
None. None.

Match Officials

Kevin Toner (Referee)



Match Report


United made the long trip to Kilmarnock today and scored a goal in each half to grab all three points and move up three places in the league to seventh. There were two changes from the eleven who started on Tuesday evening against Partick Thistle, with Jim Paterson and Barry Robson fielded in place of Danny Griffin and Charlie Miller, both of whom were on the bench.

The first half was short on goal scoring chances for both sides and
Gallacher in the United goal had no direct shots to deal with at all. At the other end the Tangerines made the best of their first real
opportunity when Dodds (pictured) pounced to score mid way through the first period, when the Killie defence failed to deal with a Robson free-kick from the right.

The Rugby Park side had the better of the early stages in the second
period and United lived dangerously on more than one occasion but the
home side were unable to capitalise. Around ten minutes from the end
Scotland burst forward but was brought down by the chasing defender, Fulton and the referee awarded a penalty, which McIntyre coolly chipped into the net to leave Kilmarnock no way back.



Squad Statistics (as at December 27th, 2003)


2003-04 All Time
Age
Paul Gallacher (GK)24 14 - 117 -
Mark Wilson19 13 - 461
Alan Archibald26 201201
Jim Paterson24 12 - 1196
David McCracken22 13 - 782
Derek McInnes32 191191
Barry Robson25 121121
Andy McLaren30 16422822
Mark Kerr21 16 - 16 -
Jim McIntyre31 2058120
Billy Dodds34 1959034
Stuart Duff (sub)21 12 - 59 -
Danny Griffin (sub)26 14 - 875
Jason Scotland (sub)24 7 - 7 -






League Table (as at December 27th, 2003)


No league table has been added for this season.