Kilwinning Rangers manager Chris Strain says he is delighted his side are seeing goals from unlikely scorers as they picked up a 5-0 win over Blantyre Victoria at the weekend.

The Buffs took the lead in the first half via the penalty spot, David Syme smashing past Vic’s keeper David Cherrie. A goal fest in the second half saw Gavin Millar, Jordan Stuart, Adam Caldwell and Kyro Crawford all getting on the score sheet for the buffs.

Caldwell scored the picked of the bunch firing into the right corner from distance past a helpless Cherrie.

The result sees Kilwinning top the table in the West of Scotland Football League Premier Division on goal difference ahead of Darvel.

Strain says he was ecstatic to see the variety of goal scorers on score sheet at the weekend.

The manager said: “None of the players, I would say are forwards scored today and we still scored five


“The forwards will contribute with goals as the

season goes on, but it is pleasing to see other people scoring.

“Caldwell came on and scored an absolute screamer and it was good to get him some minutes.”