GIANT killers Girvan FC cut double winners Glenafton Athletic down to size in Saturday.

They sent the Loch Park outfit crashing out of the West of Scotland Cup, defeating them 2-0 in one of the biggest upsets of the season so far.

And after the game caretaker boss Lawrie Dinwoodie was put in charge for the rest of the season.

The visitors remarkably led 3-0 half-time although the Scottish Junior Cup and Super Premier Division holders staged a second half comeback, scoring twice.

However the underdogs, who won last season's Super First Division title, held on for a famous victory.

Skipper Scott Dinwoodie, son of Lawrie said: "That had to be up there with our biggest wins. I think maybe Glenafton felt they just had to turn up and they possibly underestimated us.

"We played really well in the first half and to be honest it could have been four or five up. It was a really good team performance and everyone chipped in, although Darren Mitchell stepped in to central defence as we were short at the back and did really well. That has to be without doubt one of our best results and hopefully we can build on in it in the weeks ahead."

He is pleased the caretaker boss remains in charge and said: "Dad is doing a good job and knows most of the players.

He hopes the win boosts their league form and said: "It was a good way to bounce back from our Scottish Cup defeat and now we hope to push up the table."

They face Arthurlie away on Saturday and the skipper said: "We have big games coming up against teams close to us in the next few weeks and we must look to take something on Saturday."