Livi started this match knowing that a win would guarantee SPL survival for next season’s campaign 2005/2006 but as the game got under way there was little in terms of chances from either side but after about 20minutes or so Colin McMenamin put the ball in the Kille net to make it 1-0 to Livi for a moment but the ref Ian Brines had disallowed the goal for what what looked like a foul on Kille keeper Alan Combe.
Than as half time came there was not much between the two sides of chances apart from the goal by Colin McMenamin and a nice save from a one-on-one with a Kille player made by the lions no.1 Roddy McKenzie.
As the second half got under way Kille were by far the better side in the second half and they also fully deserved there win over the full 90 minutes.
Any way as the second half got under way Kille looked better going forward better at defending and just better overall Kille had a few decent chances trough the second half but half way through the second half Livi’s (& Scotland’s) right back David McNamee got stretcherd of the field of play with what looks to be a leg break or something to that extent.
But it was in the 75th minute when the first goal of the game came it was a volleyed shot by Gary Wales was stopped and put into the net by Kille forward Kris Boyd then on the 85th minute sub Alan Johnston scored his first of the day and his second v.Livi all season.
The 600 or so travelling Livi fans had little to shout about with what they had seen during the 90 minutes but when news came through of I.C.T’s late equaliser against
Richard was honest after the game . The Livi gaffer said "Last week I thought we didn't play well but managed to get a win. But in football, you usually get what you deserve.
"This week we didn't play well and got what we deserved, which was nothing.
"But if you'd said to me 10 games ago we'd be in this position I would have taken it all day."
Livi now look to Saturdays must win match v.