Glens set to host Greenock

Rutherglen Reformer - - Glencairn -

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

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