Kilwinning Rangers manager Chris Strain says he was not impressed with his side’s ability to see the game out as they drew 3-3 with Glenafton at the weekend.

The Buffs went 1-0 down early in the first half against the Glens at Buffs Park, however it was not for long as Kieran Wood’s header levelled.

Immediately after the restart the hosts took the lead, through another header, this time from Jordan Stuart.

Buffs then extended their lead through their third header from Ally McColm,

The away side grabbed a goal back, before scoring a dramatic equaliser late on via the penalty spot to end the Buffs 100 per cent winning record.

Speaking to the Times, Strain said: “In terms of the result, we take the positive from the game that we got the point, and we move on.

“But there were certainly things that concerned me in the game in terms of how we controlled it in such a commanding position.

“I was not overly enamoured with how we saw the game out.”

Despite dropping points, it was another performance where the Buffs scored plenty of goals, with the side still yet to score less than three goals in a match in the league this season.

Strain says he is delighted with his side’s play in front of goal this season, as well as how tight they are at the back, adding: “We look as if we have good fluidity in attacking situations and goals are coming from different players which is very pleasing.

“I still think whilst scoring goals we are relatively tight at the back as well and up until the weekend we had only conceded one goal in the league. “

Next up in the league for the Buffs is a top of the table clash against Darvel at Buffs Park.

Darvel are only two points above Kilwinning in second, with Strain saying he is not putting any pressure on the game as an early title clash.

He said: “Darvel are a good team, who will be in the mix come the end of the season but there is no greater importance on the game than against anyone else..”