Cumnock manager Brian McGinty says he was disappointed to end their fine run of form after they lost 1-0 to Glenafton Athletic at the weekend.

The Nock went into the derby match on a great run of results having won their last five West of Scotland Football League Premier Division matches including a 2-1 victory over rivals Auchinleck Talbot a fortnight ago.

However, their winning streak was halted at Loch Park, with Shuggy Kerr’s second half goal enough to seal victory for the hosts.

Speaking to the Chronicle, McGinty said: “I thought it was a really poor game to be honest and I do not think the park helped but that was the same for both teams.

“I do not think there was much in the game, they scored from the only chance that they had which was caused by a bit of slackness from us.

"We had a header late on that was probably our only chance.

“So, on the whole a draw probably would have been a fair result.

“We were on a good really good run and as I said to the players after the game we are not at the stage were we are going to win every single game.

“We are disappointed that the run comes to end but we just need to reset now.”