Ardeer Thistle manager Sean Kenney says he was ‘disappointed’ not to test the opposition’s goalkeeper more as his side drew 0-0 with Kello Rovers at the weekend.

The hosts carved out a number of chances during the West of Scotland Football League Conference B match at Ardeer Stadium but could not find the back of the net against Rovers.

Speaking to the Herald, Kenney said: “I thought we played well up until the final third really.

“We created a lot of chances and hit the cross bar.

“We had chances there that we could have gone and won a couple of games.

“The disappointing this is we come away from that game, with so many chances and possession in the final third but I do not know if the Kello goalkeeper is any good.

“We never really made him work for anything, so that is the frustrating part, we have not properly forced him to really keep us out with any top saves.

“For all the chances that we had we just were not clinical enough and our decision making was not as good as it usually is, so that was disappointing.

“But the players at the top end of the park have been great for us this season, so I cannot be too hard on them.”