Killie appeal Cam card

Kilmarnock have appealed against the dismissal of goalkeeper Cammy Bell in the 2-1 loss to Inverness.

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Bell saw red for a last-man challenge on Caley midfielder Ross Draper, which allowed Billy McKay to slam the penalty past sub keeper Kyle Letheren.The case will be heard tomorrow, with Killie making a "claim of wrongful dismissal for denying the opposing team or an opponent a goal or an obvious goalscoring opportunity".

Meanwhile, Aberdeen have swept the board in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League awards for October.

Boss Craig Brown is manager of the month, while Niall McGinn and Ryan Fraser picked up the prizes for player and young player respectively.

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