Cumnock manager Tony McInally says he was ecstatic with his side recovering from their midweek loss to Clydebank to bounce back and beat Largs 2-1 at the weekend.

Nock were on a two game losing streak going into the game at Barrfields Park, having lost 3-1 to Cumbernauld United and 2-1 to Clydebank last week.

Goals from Ruaridh McIntyre and Owen Bell in the first half cancelled out Largs man William Sewell’s goal in the second to give the Nock their third win of the season.

Speaking to the Chronicle, McInally said: “We played very well against Clydebank and deserved more from the game, but it was not to be because we gave them a two-goal lead.

“Against Largs, however, the players went about their job very professionally, it was a deserved win and

we should have won by more.”

Next up for Nock is away trip against Rob Roy , with McInally keen to pick up more points and push up the table.

“Hopefully we can get another three points , move up the league and get away from the danger zone.

“We are just looking higher and higher up the league as the weeks go on.”