Cumnock manager Brian McGinty says results are all that matter after they lost 2-1 to Troon at the weekend.

The Nock went into the West of Scotland Football League Premier Division clash at Portland Park looking to get back to winning ways after falling to defeat against Kirkintilloch Rob Roy a fortnight ago.

However, goals from Sam Jamieson and Tommy Maitland cancelled out Andy McLaughlin’s long distance strike to consign the Nock to their second loss on the spin.

Speaking to the Chronicle, McGinty said: “To be honest in the second half I thought we played very well.

“But again we lost a bad goal and that is just the nature of it at the moment.

“It is nice to get a good performance in terms of playing well but it does not really matter if we do not win the game.

“In terms of performance it was decent enough, but I hate being a manager that says we played well but we did not win.

“All I am interested in is winning games, and that is what we need to be interested in at this stage.

“We are losing games due to our mistakes and bad decisions from us.

"We need to stop that, otherwise we will be in big trouble.”