Irvine Meadow co-manager Colin Spence says he is delighted with the efforts his players showed, despite losing a late equaliser to Clydebank at the weekend.

The late strike meant that The Medda had to settle for a 2-2 draw and made it four wins and one draw for their last five league games.

Spence believes his players showed great determination to come from a goal behind and were unlucky to concede at the very end of the match.

He said: “I thought our players were excellent from start to finish, despite how the game started and ended.

“We’ve shown that we have that character to come from a goal behind on more than one occasion now and that’s really pleasing from our point of view.

“Obviously losing the late goal is a bit of a sucker punch but we’ve got boys in the dressing room who aren’t willing to settle for a draw away to Clydebank which is also extremely pleasing.

“We’ve got another tough game midweek and it won’t be long before the midweek games ease up and we can get proper preparation in.

“We’ve also got a few boys to come back in from injury so there are lots of things to be positive about just now and I can’t fault the boys.”