GOALSCORER Conner McGlinchey is gunning for end-of-season trophy glory.

McGlinchey, who netted a wonder goal in the 2-2 league draw against Irvine Meadow is now gearing up for a home West of Scotland cup semi-final clash with Glenafton Athletic on Saturday.

He said after the game: We should have won and it looked comfortable although the refereeing was very poor. That’s one of my best goals. Glens are a tough team as we knew what to expect on Saturday. It’s been a good season but we’ve faded away. Hopefully we can put it right by winning some silverware.”

Meanwhile relieved Kilbirnie Ladeside boss Liam McGuinness praised his team as they assured survival with a thumping 5-0 win away to Cambuslang Rangers

He said: “We went on a good wee run and we’ve got there in the end and after improving their fitness we’ve reaped the dividends.”

Ardrossan Winton Rovers manager Stevie Wilson was staying upbeat despite his side looking like they will miss out on promotion.

A 3-0 loss at Gartcairn in Winton’s final game makes it likely Blantyre Vics will catch them.

The Rovers gaffer said: “We lost a poor early goal then another one and missed a penalty. It looks like we’ll come up short for promotion. But it’s still been a good season.”