PROMOTION is still a possibility for Irvine Meadow, despite a dip in form.

That was the view of co-manager Gareth Turner, following a 0-0 draw against Girvan, seven days after they lost 3-1 at Yoker.

Turner said: "Considering the chances we created we really expected to score one of them. If one of those had gone in it would have changed the game."

The Irvine side now face Shotts Bon Accord away on Saturday and 48 hours later Renfrew are at Meadow Park.

Turner added: "We are still in the mix but badly need a wee run. If we take six points from the next two games that puts us in a good position."

Kilwinning Rangers manager Chris Strain said his side "lacked urgency" after being held 1-1 at home by Cumnock.

However they are in the Premier Division playoff position as they face Beith at Bellsdale Park on Saturday.

They are four points behind Kilbirnie Ladeside with three games in hand.

Strain said: "I was disappointed not to take three points and felt we lacked urgency in the first half, which was surprising given it was such an important game. We were better after the break and missed chances. But we are now in the playoff position and aim to catch Kilbirnie. Our fate is in our own hands. Beith are a strong side and in with a chance of the title but we are looking for three points."

Irvine Victoria boss Stevie Wilson was encouraged with his side's display away to Blantyre Victoria.

They won 3-1 to move up to third bottom in the Super First Division.

Wilson said: "At half-time we were 1-0 down as we had been against Shotts the previous week when we lost. But I was delighted with the players' attitudes in the second half. It will be tough to stay up. We have five games left and aim to win as many as possible and see where that leaves us."