Glens set to host Greenock
Glencairn will host a Greenock team who have won two out of their first three games on Saturday.
But Willie Harvey isn’t concerning himself with results elsewhere in the league.
The Glens gaffer said: “They beat Cumnock 4-0, then lost last week and won again this week.
“But I’m not interested in what the others are doing.
“I only wish I could make the players think like that.
“They shouldn’t look at other results or what other teams are doing and just go about our business properly.
“We’ll have a wee chat at training and hopefully get that message across. Results from Saturday: Superleague first Ardrossan 3, Cumnock 4; Blantyre 2, Yoker 3; Clydebank 4, Bellshill 1; Cumbernauld 2, GLENCAIRN 1; Greenock 4, Maybole 0; Kilsyth 5, Shotts Bon Accord 1; Largs 3, Kilwinning1.
Central league second division.
Ashfield 3, Gartcairn 4; Glasgow Perthshire 5, Newmains 3; Lanark 0, Benburb 0; Port Glasgow 1, CAMBUSLANG 2; Royal Albert 1, Forth 1; Vale of Leven 2, East Kilbride 3.
Glencairn are still searching for their first win of the league campaign as they were defeated by Cumbernauld United at Guy’s Meadow.
Glencairn were dealt a pre-match blow with influential midfielder Alan Muir declared unfit. Sean McGuire came into the centre of the park while Graeme Brown returned at right back in place of Adam Shaw.
Hutchison was forced into action after just two minutes, saving from McGuigan and a few minutes later Cummings headed straight at the stopper as the home side started on the front foot.
The opening goal came after 20 minutes. Doyle was penalised for a tackle and from the free-kick, Brown drilled a shot past the wall and into the net.
McDonald should have doubled Cumbernauld’s lead in the second half when he met Foley’s corner with a header, but Boal chested the ball off the goal line.
United looked to have given themselves a Attack Jonny Boal tries to make something happen
Goal Mark Tait scores for Glens