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11th August 2010
The Trust v Legends

Sunday afternoon, at the Killie Festival, saw the Killie Trust versus Killie Legends match take place on the hallowed Rugby Park pitch. The fans, who bid for the chance to play against the illustrious legends, took their bow on the big stage in tip top conditions and looked the part in the brand new kit, launched that day, complete with their names and numbers emblazoned on the back.

The fifteen squad places were auctioned off one week in July and, with proceed going to the Fifty For The Future fund which helps pay for Kilmarnock's youth teams and bring on the stars of tomorrow, bidding was fierce. In light of this the some places were extremely sought after. In total however, the match raised £1335 for this cause.

Of course there is the trifling matter of the actual match. A score line of 7-1 flattered the legends in truth and if it wasn't for goal machine Colin "Rusty" Harkness who bagged five there probably wouldn't have been much between the two sides. Both Trust keepers made some good stops over the course the match and tackles and shots were flying in too. William Dean did manage to score for The Trust, but Alan Robson managed to put through his own net shortly after killing off any chance of a comeback! But you will never take away their goals which will live with them forever, though for slightly different reasons.

The Killie Trust would like to thank the club who managed to put together the strongest Legends team yet, those who put their money where their mouth was and stood toe to toe with Killie idols of yesteryear and raised that terrific sum of £1335, and also the Open Day revellers who enjoyed the match from the Moffat Stand.

The Trust team was from: Ali Calder, Mark Lee, Alan Robson, David Black, Ross Clark, Robert Campbell, Chris Lynn, William Dean, Kevan Hazlett, David Millar, Peter Knapp, Del Steel, Malcolm Lynn, Tony Elder and Steven Smith.

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