AWAY day specialists Ardrossan Winton Rovers continued their fine form on the road with a battling 2-1 win on the road against Maryhill on Saturday.

They have won four of their five games away so far and remain well placed in third spot.

However boss Stevie Wilson refuses to get carried away and insists they must maintain focus.

For the second week running, star striker Jamie McKenna was the hero with a double, although the boss insists it's all about team-work.

He said: "The park was in a poor state and it was always going to be difficult but it's still a massive three points. Jamie McKenna did well but he is still developing his game. It was a good team effort, that was the key. The players are buying into what we want to do, many of them we have worked with before. Our away form has been really good but there's no point in getting carried away. We have to just get through the next couple of months and then review things at that stage."

Saturday sees Winton host fifth-placed Greenock and the boss feels the game will be a major test.

Wilson added: "Greenock have had some good results but it's an important game for us at home and we must aim to win it."

Meanwhile Kilwinning Rangers boss Chris Strain was encouraged with his team's form as they defeated Banks O'Dee 3-1 to reach the last 16 of the Macron Scottish Junior Cup.

He said: "I was delighted with the players. They controlled the game and did what we asked which was playing some good attacking football. We are in it to win it. I’m not really fussed who we get in the next round.

However he added: “What we must do now is to string some results together and find some consistency, starting with the game against Cambuslang on Saturday."