Kilbirnie Ladeside co-manager Thomas Molloy says his side should have grabbed a winner as they drew 3-3 with Benburb at the weekend.

The Blasties took the lead early on in the first half at Valefield Park through Brendan Sharpe as they went in at the break ahead.

However, the away side bounced back in the second half of the West of Scotland Football League Premier Division match to equalise through Jordan Bow.

Declan McDonald and Lewis Lovering then both scored to give the Bens a two goal lead.

However, late goals from Kilbirnie’s Jon Scullion and Alan Frizzell meant the points were shared in an enthralling and end to end second period.

Speaking to the Herald, Molloy said: “I would say it was probably a fair result.

"In the first half, we went in with a 1-0 lead and to be honest it should have been two or three.

“Then they score three goals and from our point of view they were cheap goals.

“But we obviously showed a good bit of character to comeback and make it 3-3 but we should have went on and won the game.

“Our striker had an unbelievable chance in injury time.”