Cambuslang Rangers co-boss Billy Campbell says he couldn’t fault a single participant as his facet picked up their first prime flight win within the West of Scotland Premier Division this season.
The Somervell Park outfit had misplaced all 4 of their opening video games going into Saturday’s conflict away to Arthurlie, however they fired three objectives previous their hosts to choose up their first three factors.
Scott Anson was on the double for Camby within the second half after Jay Nelson had opened the scoring early within the first half and Campbell mentioned each single member of his squad placed on a efficiency.
He beamed: “I’m happy. The boys performed properly and performed with a little bit of confidence.
“They weren’t passive in any method. They have been in about it from the beginning of the sport and we deserved the win.
“I don’t assume there was a foul efficiency within the group. And I believed, to a person, they have been improbable.
“The galling factor recently is that they’ve not been enjoying unhealthy, they’ve simply not acquired the outcomes and had that rub of the inexperienced.
“However we performed with a superb tempo and tempo on Saturday and it was good to come back house with a wee win for a change.
“Scott performed rather well on Saturday. He’s been working arduous just lately and a variety of issues simply haven’t been coming off for him, however it did for him this week.
“He linked very properly with Kyle Maxwell and Jay Nelson and managed to get a few objectives.
“He in all probability might have had a hat-trick however the keeper had a completely worldie of a save late on to disclaim him.
“He led the road because the captain rather well and it was a superb day all in.”
Camby can be determined to construct on the constructive vibes once they journey to Kilwinning Rangers on Friday night time, in a sport rearranged after the conflict was postponed following the loss of life of Queen Elizabeth earlier this month.
Campbell added: “We’re trying ahead to that and hopefully we will kick on from Saturday.
“Each week is a problem now for us. We simply have to take it head on.
“We should be the place we’re as a result of we gained our league final season and we simply wish to get as many factors as we will to remain within the division.”
In the meantime, Camby striker Jack McLarty has been placed on the switch record and Campbell revealed he’s near sealing his exit.
He mentioned: “With Jack, we determined a little bit of change was wanted.
“He hasn’t been capable of get the video games he needed so it’s higher to attempt to let him transfer on to someplace he’ll play each week.
“He hasn’t moved but. There’s a few groups speaking to us about him so we’ll see the place that takes us.”