Irvine Victoria manager Dougie MacDuff says the scenes at the end of their abandoned match with Pollok were not acceptable.

Vics went into the tie off the back of their first win of the season the prior weekend as they beat Johnstone Burgh 3-1.

However, they were up against tough competition in Premier Division side Pollok, who currently sit third in the table and unbeaten in five matches.

It took until the second half for Lok to take the lead and they did through a header from Ryan McGregor and Adam Forde’s strike.

Shane Jackson then grabbed one back for the hosts before the game fell into disarray.

It was late on at Victoria Park when an incident occurred that led to an alleged on pitch brawl between the two sides.

Speaking to the Times, MacDuff said: “The things that followed were not acceptable and I am not condoning it on our side.

“I spoke to the Pollok manager Murdo MacKinnon and he agrees it was not acceptable from their side either. “

The Vics manager added: “We will just need to see what happens with the football authorities now.”