NEW Irvine Meadow manager George Grierson is still to suffer defeat at the helm, though he is yet to pick up his first win after two matches in charge.

Medda looked to avenge last weekend’s cup exit on penalties to Petershill as they returned to league action at home to Largs Thistle.

Though it was not to be, and the Meadow Park side only managed to salvage a point, as they came back to draw 1-1.

It wasn’t for lack of chances, as some poor finishing and good goalkeeping kept the Medda at bay for large spells.

Callum Graham had the games first chance on three minutes as he came up one on one with Largs stopper Jamie Walker, who got enough on the ball to stop it going goalward. It was a sign of things to come for the Irvine side.

Largs had some chances of their own, with Laurie McMaster twice, and George Sewell failing to convert.

Largs then took the lead on 63 minutes, with Simon McBride coolly lobbing over Medda keeper Marc Waters.

Though Grierson’s side would level ten minutes later, when Calum Gow powered home a header from a long throw.

That was how the game finished, with a point a piece perhaps being the fairest refection of the match.