SALTCOATS Victoria may be all but relegated from the West of Scotland Football League (WoSFL) Third Division - but they are still fighting.

The Vics picked up only their third victory so far this season on Saturday, as they battled from behind to defeat Port Glasgow Juniors 2-1.

After being docked three points earlier this season, the win takes them onto nine points.

They remain rooted to the bottom of the league, though now only on goal difference.

However, with a slight restructure coming for the bottom two tiers of the WoSFL next season, six of the 19 teams in the Third Division will be relegated.

This leaves Saltcoats a massive 23 points from safety - with the Seasiders having only 24 points left to play for.

It means any dropped points from now will seal their fate.

But if Saturday's result is anything to go by - they're not giving up just yet.

The Vics battled back from a goal behind at half time away at Woodhall Park to turn the match on its head in the second half.

It was Derek Frye's side's second victory against the Inverclyde side this season - meaning they have now picked up 50 per cent of their season's points tally against Port Glasgow.