Beith manager Bryan Young says their late winner against Kilwinning Rangers was deserved after they had a goal chalked off in their 1-0 win at the weekend.

The Cabes looked to have taken the lead in the first half of the West of Scotland Football League Premier Division clash at Bellsdale.

However, the goal was ruled out for offsid, leaving the scoresheet blank at the break.

The Mighty got their revenge on the Buffs late on, though, as Josh Fowler headed in a rebound to seal a dramatic win for the hosts.

Speaking to the Herald, Young said: “We got a goal chalked off in the first half that never should have been ruled out.

“Fowler goes through on goal and Kenny McLean is in an offside position, but he does not interfere with the play.

“The referee’s description to me was that he checked the defenders run and that is why he was interfering.

“But you can see in the highlights that was not the case and it was a really poor decision.

“So, for Fowler to score in the 88th minute was a really good feeling.

“I thought over the piece we had the best chances of the game and it was an important win for us.”