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» Fifty for the Future Update 9
28th March 2006
FFTF chairman, Andy Millar along with FFTF business manager Dougie McCrone recently met with club chairman Michael Johnston to discuss the financial situation for the Killie youth set-up. We are delighted to announce that this season’s funding shortfall has been met and the youths will be continuing in their current structure.

A massive thanks is due to all you Killie fans who have donated their hard earned cash to the FFTF campaign. Alan Robertson and his coaches have also worked hard at raising funds plus the donation from Kris Boyd has seen the target met far sooner that we anticipated. We are under no illusions however that a lot of hard work lies ahead and we will continue to promote the FFTF campaign for many years to come.

We will be meeting with the club again in the near future to discuss the youth funding for next season. Everyone who has signed up to FFTF will be invited to our final (non OF) home game of the season where you will receive a couple of free tickets and have the chance to meet some of the youth players before the game. We will publicise the full details once we know the post-split fixtures.

During the campaign we have seen some great efforts by fans and businesses alike. The contacts we have made are invaluable and we will be looking to build on these relationships in the future. We were recently contacted by Killie fans Jim Craig and Alastair Brown. The lads are planning to walk the West Highland Way and all proceeds raised have been pledged to FFTF. Their long march will start on Sunday 14 May and all things being equal will end on Saturday 20 May. We’d ask that you give the lads maximum encouragement and sponsor them for the walk. Here are the contact details...

Jim Craig -, Tel:01563 522301, Mob:07708584292 or home address 9 Aird Ave, Kilmarnock KA1 1SJ.

Alistair Brown -, Tel:01563 542875, Mob:07724799004 or home address 6 Dumgoyne Rd, Bellfield, Kilmarnock.

Cheques should be made out to “Fifty for the Future” and you can also send donations to the FFTF address - Fifty For The Future, The Kilmarnock Supporters' Society Ltd., PO Box 26103, Kilmarnock KA1 1YN. If you require further information get in touch with Jim or Alastair or e-mail us at

Good luck lads, your efforts are greatly appreciated!

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