Craigmark sack manager Greg
Peter Leonard has denied that he has been installed as Craigmark Burntonians manager, despite rumours to the contrary.
Greg Gallagher was brutally axed by the Dalmellington side following their 4- 1 defeat to Cumbernauld.
And Leonard, who was spotted in the crowd at Station Park, insists he hasn’t taken over the reigns.
The boss, who was sacked by Cumnock earlier this season, said: “I have signed with nobody.
“I went to two or three games and I’ve had lots of phone calls, but for now I am resting.
“I enjoyed having a relaxing festive period.”
After his sacking, Gallagher said: “The committee said to me after the game that they wanted to go in a different direction.
“Everyone apart from the coaching staff and the players expected us to be relegated and sitting with zero points.
“But here we were sitting above the relegation zone, in the last 16 of the Scottish and still in the West Cup.
“Sometimes committees have different plans, and that’s what they’ve went with.”
‘ Mark host Gartcairn on Saturday, who are flying at the top of League One.
AUCHINLECK beat IRVINE MEADOW 2- 1.
Headers from Gareth Armstrong and Dwayne Hyslop were enough to cancel out Ben Carson’s equaliser.
Talbot take on fierce rivals CUMNOCK in the West Cup on Saturday.
GLENAFTON lost 1- 0 away to Pollok, as Mick McCann’s penalty was saved by home goalkeeper Jordan Longmuir.
‘ Lok then scored a penalty in the fourth minute of injury time.
Glens will host League Two side Lesmahagow in the West Cup on Saturday.
TROON were reduced to nine men and lost to a stoppage time BEITH winner.
The Seasiders had Dean Keenan and Christian Nade sent off at Bellsdale, before the hosts made it 1- 0 in the 94th minute thanks to John Sheridan.
And Jimmy Kirkwood’s men welcome Pollok in the West Cup on Saturday.
WHITLETTS played out an eight- goal thriller at Dam Park with Championship strugglers Kello Rovers.
The Ayr side came out 5- 3 victors thanks to a stunning hat- trick from pocket dynamo, Thomas Donovan, and goals from Adam Forsyth and Paul Millar.
The Dam Parkers do battle at home to IRVINE VICS in league action on Saturday.
GIRVAN lost 3- 1 to an impressive Rossvale side, as a David Jardine penalty wasn’t enough to secure a result.
The South Carrick men head to Neilston in the Championship on Saturday.
MAYBOLE narrowly lost 1- 0 away to Glasgow Perthshire.
Gaffer Carlo Walker said: “We played well and were probably the better team.
“We didn’t take our chances, and we hit the bar in stoppage- time.
‘ Bole host Shettleston on Saturday. LUGAR lost 4- 2 to Maryhill and host Yoker this Saturday.
ANNBANK narrowly lost 3- 2 to in- form Lesmahagow.
They now host Vale of Leven on Saturday, a side who were beaten 2- 1 by MUIRKIRK thanks to goals from David Edwards and Stephen Campbell.
‘ Kirk head to league rivals Carluke in the West Cup on Saturday.