Kilbirnie Ladeside manager Thomas Molloy says the Blasties have not gone anywhere, after picking up a 2-1 win over Glenafton.

Kilbirnie grabbed the opener at the perfect time just before the break at Loch Park.

The experienced Jon Scullion blasting his free kick low into the bottom right hand corner.

In the second half, the away side then doubled their advantage through Alex McWaters.

The hosts then rallied to get a goal back via the penalty spot to set up a tense final 15 minutes.

Despite the late pressure the Blasties held on for the three points and their first win in three league matches.

Speaking to the Herald, Molloy said: “I would say the players and fans won that game together.

“In the last period of the game the Glens got a goal back and we were under a bit of pressure.

“But I firmly believe the fans dragged us over the line. You will not see a better away support at our level and there is a good feel about the club just now.

“I do not know if that was lost for a few months but we have not gone away you know.

“We were laughed at by other clubs for shouting it at the weekend but three months ago this club were written off to go down.

“The players have been doing everything they can but we need to keep winning games of football.

“That is us at the halfway stage of the season now, so we need to get back to back wins.”