Irvine Meadow co-manager Colin Spence says he has his sights on more cup glory for the club as they won the Marymass Cup with a 1-0 win over Irvine Victoria.

Meadow and Irvine Victoria faced off against each other for the 95th time in the competition on Friday night at Meadow Park.

Graham Boyd scored the only goal of the fixture in the first half to see the trophy stay with the hosts for another year.

Speaking to the Times, Spence said: “You can see what the game means to the town because they came out in their numbers, and it was probably our biggest crowd of the season.

“It was absolutely bouncing, and the two sets of supporters made it a great carnival type atmosphere, which really adds to the occasion.

“It is important to win it as well, so it was good to get the victory and keep the cup on our side of Irvine.”

Meadow were then back in cup action again on Saturday as they faced Deveronside in the first round of the Scottish Junior Cup.

Goals from Connor Boyd and Andy McLaughlin and a double from Dylan Pooler meant Medda comfortably progressed into the second round.

They will face Arbroath Victoria at home in the next round, with Spence keen for a good run in the competition this season.

“I see this as a real opportunity for us to have a really strong cup run this season, there are a lot of big sides not in the competition anymore.

“We need to be ambitious, and we have proven in the past couple of weeks we can match the best teams at our level.”

Next up for Irvine Meadow is the return to senior Scottish Cup action at Meadow Park as they face Musselburgh Athletic in the preliminary round.

Spence says he hopes he can repay the work done off the park for the side to get it’s Scottish Football Association (SFA) license on it with progression to the first round.

“It is a massive game for the club, we have put a lot of work to get to this stage with the SFA license.

“So it would be devastating if we fell at the first hurdle and did not get to the first round.”