IT WAS a historic day for Kilwinning side Eglinton FC, as they made their WoSFL debut on the opening weekend in Division Four of the west of Scotland set up.

And they could not have asked for a more unique place to start, as they made the 300 mile round trip to face Campbeltown Pupils.

However, much to their disappointment, it would be a long journey back with nothing to show for their efforts, as they ultimately fell to a 3-1 defeat.

If they got to choose how their journey would start, how this match began would not have been high on the list.

The game was hardly a minute old when they were left to chase the game when Scott Souden opened the scoring, in what must have been the first goal in the whole WoSFL.

The Jousters seemed to be growing into the game as time wore on, but were dealt a major blow before the half was out, when Stuart Crossan doubles the Pupils’ lead.

In a second half of few chances, Campbeltown wrapped the points up with three minutes to go as Rhys Casci made it three.

There was one moment to celebrate though, as Sean Davis scored the club’s first ever WoSFL goal, with a penalty in the dying stages.