Beith Juniors manager Bryan Young says the team should be making more chances in front of goal after they drew 0-0 against Troon.

The Cabes had a handful of opportunities to take the lead at Portland Park but none better

than when Conner McGlinchey’s cross was turned in by Kenny McLean late on.

The referee chalked the goal off for offside however,as the Mighty picked up their third successive draw in the league.

Speaking to the Herald,Young said: “It was disappointing to be honest. We had a couple of chances but nowhere near enough.

“We should be creating so much more, realistically the only ones we had were McLean’s volley in the first half, the offside goal and a free kick.

“That is nowhere near good enough over 90 minutes.”

Next up for the Cabes is the visit of rivals Kilbirnie Ladeside to Bellsdale, with Young excited for his first taste of the match as boss.

“It is the first derby in a long time, so I am looking forward to it as it is my first one as the manager and I know how important it is to the fans.

“That is what I will speaking to the players about all week, the importance of it to everyone at the club.”