We did enough to win

Rutherglen Reformer - - Sport -

Paul McColl was left gut­ted as Cam­bus­lang’s con­cen­tra­tion lapse cost them a sec­ond win in a row over their ri­vals.

He said:“They’re a Su­per League team and we’ve matched them. It is not a bad thing but it feels as though we’ve been beaten. They came into the sec­ond half and pun­ished us with a cou­ple of mis­takes.

“The mark­ing could have been bet­ter be­cause it was a free header and the sec­ond was a strike and a half but he has run a few yards and some­body should have stopped him. It was a great strike and I can’t take any­thing away from the boy.

“It was ac­tu­ally a good game. The boys are all gut­ted with be­ing 2-0 up with less than ten min­utes to go and not win­ning the game. The shape changed, Boy­lan was clat­tered and Macleod was tired so you needed to change it and put some boys on and some­times that screws the game up.

“It was an en­ter­tain­ing game. I thought we were the bet­ter team but Glen­cairn were de­cent in the sec­ond half. We did enough to win but I’m gut­ted we didn’t.

“Kerr was out­stand­ing at 21 years old and so was Bishop. Savarese was work­ing so hard he couldn’t walk with ten min­utes left.

“We’ll take that per­for­mance into Wed­nes­day. Vale of Clyde have signed some good play­ers so it will not be an easy game on a tight park.”

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