SHARPSHOOTER Keir Milliken firmly believes Beith Juniors played some of their best football of the season on Saturday.

Now the experienced striker is hoping to go help them lift the West of Scotland Cup.

The Mighty stormed into the semi-finals of the Ardagh Group-sponsored event with a 3-0 win away to McBookie Premiership rivals Troon.

Now they host another top-flight side, Glenafton Athletic in the last four on Saturday, May 4.

Milliken told Sportscene: “That was one of our best performances of the season, we dominated the game and it’s good to be through.

“It will be tough against Glenafton, who are a good side, but hopefully we can go through. It would be good to win it after losing the final on penalties to Hurlford last season. “

Ardrossan Winton Rovers boss Stevie Wilson this week urged his side to topple League One leaders Gartcairn away, knowing it could be enough to land promotion.

A Winton victory and any slip in their remaining four games by Bellshill Athletic would secure Winton a place in the Championship.

Wilson said: “I spoke to the players at training and we have to give it our all and make sure we get the win.

“We can’t leave anything behind on the pitch.

“Our away form has been really good and we have lost only two out of 14 games.”