Irvine Meadow boss Colin Spence says he will probably be in dreamland if the staff can win in a row

Colin Spence insists he will be in dreamland if Irvine Meadow wins in Largs this weekend.

The enthusiastic boss watched as Medda started the season in the West of Scotland League with a 2-1 away win over Rossvale on Saturday.

He reckons another three points on the road this weekend would be the perfect start to life in the higher ranks after a tough start.

Spence said: “We weren’t at our best on Saturday but a win is a win and we can get real confidence from that.

“It cost a late goal, but that’s exactly what happens when you continue in teams.

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“We made three positive offensive substitutions to win the game.

“It is a good habit to get the last hits. You start to believe that you can do it every week.

“We now have another very difficult away game against Largs that we can look forward to.

“Another three points are the goal and it is a dreamland if that is the case.

Meadow beat Largs on the opening day of last season and won 2-1.

“It would prepare us well for our first home game against Hurlford the following weekend.”

However, Spence expects a typically tough afternoon against Stuart ‘Arnie’ Davidson’s side.

He added: “Largs are always a very difficult team to play against.

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“They have some great players like Ben Black who I really like, Scott Adam who is a proven striker at this level, and Kier Milliken who they brought with them over the summer.

“Arnie also has a habit of loaning high profile players from Morton so we know they’ll be a strong team.

“Still, we expect our boys to go into the game to win. We have a lot of talent and it’s about the guys believing how good they can be. “

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