DETERMINED Ardrossan Winton Rovers boss Stevie Wilson insists his side will "fight as hard as we can" for promotion, following another impressive weekend win.

But the ever-cautious manager insists his team still have a lot of work to do following the easy 4-0 win away to Yoker, which moved them up to second spot, a point ahead of Shotts Bon Accord, who have two games in hand. They are six clear of Port Glasgow, who have played the same number of games, with three teams promoted at the end of the season.

Winton have lost just one out of 11 games away this year and are look to be in with a shout of stepping up to the Championship.

Wilson was impressed with the display on Saturday and said: "McKenna Park is a tough place to go and we expected a difficult game. We took a while to get going in the first half but after the break we played really well. It was good to see the goals spread around the team.

"Jamie McKenna got his 19th of the season and it was also pleasing that Dylan Stevenson got his first goal since joining the club. Our away record has been good and a gap has opened up on some of the teams.

"We will fight as hard as we can for promotion, although I can't guarantee it. There is no point in setting any targets at this stage of the season, we have to keep playing until we run out of games and see where we are then. Nothing has been achieved yet."

Winton on Saturday host basement team Lugar Boswell Thistle, who have taken only seven ponts from 18 games and look favourites to be relegated.

However Wilson is taking nothing for granted and said: " This is a potential banana skin and we have to prepare properly for it. But a massive three points are at stake and we must look to take them,"

Elsewhere this weekend, Kilbirnie host Garnock Valley rivals Beith in a Premier Division match.

Ladeside are on a high after a spirited 2-1 win at Petershill on Saturday as they bid to escape the drop.

Beith defeated Renfrew 2-0 on Saturday. Then on Monday they ran out 8-0 winners at home to Troon, with Darren Ramsay bagging a double, Joe Bradley, Keir Milliken, Paul Frize, David McGowan and Darren Christie also on target, with the other goal an own goal.