Panmure boss Alan McSkimming is looking on the bright side after his side snatched a draw from the jaws of certain defeat at the weekend.
The gaffer said: “We were really quite happy with the way Saturday went although we didn’t get all the points. We didn’t start particularly well and we were two nil down within the first 10 or 15 minutes. In terms of being able to recover a point it was excellent.”
He continued: “It was a little bit disappointing but I need to give a lot of credit to the players. They showed some great character to come back from that. It shows how far we’ve come and there are a lot of positives to take away from it.”
Looking forward to tomorrow the Gowfers face solid side Camelon Juniors away. The boss said: “It’s always really tough when we play down at Camelon. They are one of those teams that play a lot of football and they like to get the ball on the ground, but that’s the way we like to play. They’re one of those teams that we need to aspire to be like.
“We are sitting sixth or seventh and they are in the top four so we need to start challenging and close that gap.”
New recruit Ewan Buggins could make an appearance. Alan said: “In training his technical ability is excellent and I am looking forward seeing him start off on a good career with the club.”