Motherwell fans: Find out if your post Kilmarnock social media comments were printed in this week's Motherwell Times!

Motherwell FC fans sounded generally satisfied with last Saturday's 0-0 draw at Kilmarnock, judging by their comments on social media.

Wednesday, 6th March 2019, 2:58 pm
Updated Wednesday, 6th March 2019, 3:32 pm
The closest Motherwell came to scoring at Rugby Park last Saturday (Pic by Ian McFadyen)

The comments below were published in this week's Motherwell Times - be sure to pick up a copy now for just 99p - thanks!KennyMFC: Poor conditions didn’t help on the artificial surface,however a point could be vital in race for top 6.Paul Carella: Rugby Park is a tough place to take points from; I’m pleased with the point which could prove big in the coming weeks; nice to get another clean sheet too!Dr Yvonne Davies: Great point in brutal conditions!Ben Grierson: Not a classic however the conditions along with the surface played a massive part in it; a great point to take at a difficult venue against a decent side; up the ’Well!Scott Letham: Great point; earlier in the season we would have lost games like that but Motherwell are a different proposition now; on to the Accies.Gordon_MFC: Cold; wet; windy; both teams struggled to play any football, but had a couple of good chances; fair result.Joe Dee: Not a great performance if I’m being honest; no communication or cohesion throughout the whole game; Killie were not great either, which is why we scraped a point, awful game to watch.Mark Sneddon: Hard fought point from the boys at a ground never easy to get anything,dominated at times but in the end I’d say a draw was a fair result,and a brilliant turn out from the ’Well fans helped by the £5 entry and great gesture from club to cover Wednesday night’s supporters.Ben Banks: Motherwell have been outstanding since the turn of the year; whilst the likes of David Turnbull and Jake Hastie have grabbed the headlines, the performances of Mark Gillespie and Liam Grimshaw shouldn’t go unnoticed.Viva Motherwell: The summer’s signing of Declan Gallagher may be as a replacement to club captain Peter Hartley, who has been heavily linked with a move to Hibernian.