UPBEAT Girvan FC manager-in-waiting Scott Clelland has praised his side for picking up another important point on the road.

The Hamilton Park side drew 2-2 against fellow strugglers Clydebank in a rearranged Super League Premier Division game at Holm Park.

Coach Clelland, recently sacked by Darvel, having steered the East Ayrshire side to District League title success last season, took charge as boss Lawrence Dinwoodie was unavailable.

He is set to take the reins early next year once he had completed his coaching badges.

Clelland said: "Considering we had only 13 players available that was a good result. We hit the post twice in the second half through Robert Patterson and Paul Cameron.

"We could have won the game but it was good to take something from it."

Girvan hope to sign right-back Regan Ross, recently released by Ardrossan Winton Rovers, who impressed as a trialist against Bankies.

He said: "Regan is a big strong boy and did really well for us. Hopefully we will sign him later this week."

Girvan on Saturday host Pollok and Clelland said: "They are a big club who have been a bit up and down. But we must aim to pick up something from the game."

The target is to consolidate and finish above the bottom two. That would be a success."