GOAL predator Bryan Boylan is setting his sights on Macron Scottish Junior cup glory with Kilwinning Rangers after his double helped kill off northerners Banks O'Dee.

Boylan won his first piece of silverware in what was his sixth season with the Abbey Park club last term when they won the Ayrshire Weekly Press Cup back in June, defeating Largs Thistle in the final.

Now he is hungry for more, following the 3-1 triumph at Abbey Park on Saturday.

Boylan said: "It was a good win for us and we dominated the match. We beat Beith in the second round and Bellshill in the third round. It's great to be through. It will be very hard to win the league and are out of the West of Scotland Cup so this is our only hope of winning something.

"We must be in with a chance but there are other good teams left in the competition and we are taking it a round at a time."

Manager Chris Strain was encouraged with the display.

He said: "I was absolutely delighted with the players. They controlled the game and the players did what we asked which was playing some good attacking football. It was a good win for us and we are in it to win it. I'm not really fussed who we get in the next round. We will wait and see.

However he added: "What we must do now is to string some results together and find some consistency in the next few weeks."

Buffs host Cumbernauld in the Premiership on Saturday and Strain said: "They have just come up from the Super First Division and are not a bad side. But we have to look at taking three points."

Meanwhile Irvine Meadow manager Brian McGinty was disappointed to see his side lose 4-1 away to fellow strugglers Kilbirnie Ladeside.

He said: "We lost three really poor goals and that was disappointing. But we missed some really good chances which we should have taken. As I said we now have a clear top and bottom half of the league and we have lost a couple of games in a row after winning four games in succession. But we have a long way to go."

Next up for Meadow is a trip to Bellsdale Park to face reigning champions Beith Juniors.

McGinty said: "Beith have been going well and it will be a tough game but we are looking to go there and take something from it."