By Calum McCrindle and Ben Banks
Alex Dyer reckons Kilmarnock were well worth the three points against Ross County at the weekend after a 3-1 win.
Ian Vigurs had put County in front before Killie fought back. Two second half goals from Eamonn Brophy and a third goal for Nicke Kabamba secured a big Ayrshire win.
It’s their first in the league since November. They are eight clear of the bottom two and after Hibs’ draw with St Mirren, now sit four points outside the top six.
Dyer reckons Kilmarnock got what they were owed from a game of endeavour: “I think it was a deserved win. Even though we went a goal down I thought it was against the run of play.
“I think it was their first shot but we did well, we didn’t panic. I didn’t have to say much at half time because I thought they were doing well, creating chances.
“I’m happy with what we got. They showed character, every single one of them. They asked questions of the opposition.
“We’ll enjoy this before preparing for Wednesday.”