Matchzone: Motherwell (A)
It was a point on the road for Kilmarnock in Lanarkshire after a 1-1 draw with Motherwell.
Lewis Mayo scored a stunning opener, which was his first ever Killie goal, but unfortunately him Theo Bair ensured it wasn’t a winner as he equalised before half-time.
Blair Spittal had an early chance from a free-kick just outside the area, he made returning goalkeeper Will Dennis scramble but thankfully for the No 1 it went wide of the post.
After 13 minutes Killie were ahead thanks to Mayo who caught a stunning volley sweetly and fired into the corner to fire the Ayrshire side in front.
Joe Wright found himself in the referee’s book as he impeded a counter-attack by holding Bair back.
A minute later the ‘Well striker was then on the scoresheet as he found himself one-on-one with Dennis and he calmly slotted home.
Andy Halliday went close in the 49th minute with a header at the back post, but Dennis reacted well to save the effort.
Harry Paton went close for the hosts in the 73rd minute but his powerful shot from inside the area fizzed wide of the post.
Bair had eyes for a brace in the 78th minute as he attempted to head home, however his effort went over.
Georgie Gent’s 90th minute chance almost crept in at the near post, but Dennis did well to tip it out for a corner.
Score: Motherwell 1-1 Kilmarnock
Line-up: Dennis, Mayo, Wright, Findlay, Davies, Armstrong (McKenzie 68), Watson, Polworth (Donnelly 86), Kennedy (Mackay-Steven 86), Watkins (Van Veen 86), Vassell (Stewart 68)