CONCERNED Irvine Vics boss Stevie Wilson has hit out at proposals to shake up Junior football, which would involve clubs ultimately feeding into senior football leagues.

We revealed last week that Scottish Junior FA secretary Tom Johnston has canvassed opinion on Junior clubs asking if they would like to get involved in the Pyramid System.

In all 99 clubs were in favour of it and just 55 against.

He said: "I like the leagues the way they are as everyone has something to play for. In the new set up next season there could be quite a few meaningless games nearer the end of the season with clubs having nothing to play for. But I still think we should give the new structure a chance. I don't see why we have to be trying to catch up with the senior game. It has its share of problems.

"What will happen to the wee clubs, the likes of Saltcoats Vics and Muirkirk. I really don't see the need for change. I like Junior football, it has a great tradition and Auchinleck Talbot are against the changes, they like being a big fish in a big pond rather than a wee fish in a big pond."

Meanwhile Wilson was disappointed with the weekend result as his team lost 6-0 to Kirkintilloch Roy in the West of Scotland Cup.

He said: "Rob Rob Roy were worth winners and clinical. But we had four really good scoring chances."

Meanwhile a Kilwinning Rangers supporters' club this week took to Twitter to call on fans to help build a new stand at Abbey Park following news that the club were considering a move away from the ground under the Pyramid.

On The Banks said on their Twitter page: "Supporters and sponsors would you be willing to dig deep to help build a 67 seated stand like this at the Park. Although the proposal is at an early stage, a fee £400 would get you a seat for life. What do you think? @steadythebuffs.

Buffs boss Chris Strain meanwhile is targeting four wins from six for title success following their weekend defeat.

They lost 2-1 away to Pollok but remain in pole position.

He said: "When you are 1-0 up you get a false sense of security and protect your lead, but it wasn't until we were 2-1 down we started being expansive and playing with a verve which was disappointing. I would prefer us to take the game to teams. We have six difficult games and if we can win four of the last six that should be enough to win the league."

He felt the dismissal of Findlay Frye was harsh and added: "Steven Brown is a very good referee technically but is a bit of a show pony. Findlay was in control but has not endangered an opponent. He won the ball."

Buffs on Saturday visit Troon in the Ayrshire Weekly Press Cup and Strain added: "It's very important, we must look to win it."