Kilwinning Rangers manager Chris Strain says he was disappointed not to pick up the three points as the Buffs drew 2-2 with Troon at the weekend.

Strain’s side went into the match looking to end a slump of results that saw them winless in their last two West of Scotland Football League Premier Division matches.

They battled back from going behind twice to earn a draw at Portland Park, thanks to goals from David Ramsay and Thomas Collins.

Strain says he was pleased with his sides fightback but unhappy they were unable to get back to winning ways.

Speaking to Kilwinning Rangers TV, he said:”We have the chance of the game to win at the end and it got cleared off the line.

“So, I was disappointed not to win the game.

“But, I was pleased with the endeavour and the fighting spirit that we showed because it is has been lacking the last couple of weeks and the players have been down in the dumps.

“Probably with themselves and the situation regarding injuries but I am fed up of talking about injuries.

“It is time for us to get the head down... and really crack on and get our season back on track.”