With an unexpected free week behind them the Gowfers are looking to make an impact in the Scottish Cup according to the gaffer.
The weather let down boss Alan McSkimming as the Musselburgh game was frozen out.
He said: “I’m a bit disappointed especially with the Scottish Cup coming up this week. We were looking to bounce back from the Bo’ness game and keep the match fitness up.”
Alan is looking forward to the clash against Camelon in the last 32 of the Scottish Cup. He said: “I’m really delighted that the club is getting back to where it should be and we’re trying to be a force to reckoned with in these cups.
“Camelon is one of the most on-form teams in our league especially after they beat Linlithgow Rose.
“We need to be on our game to compete with that, but it’s one that we look forward to. It’s away from the league and we can go in there a bit more aggressively and do what we have to do to get a result.”