Renfrew dropped their first points of the season after a goalless draw with Maryhill at New Western Park on Saturday.

The Frew remain joint top of the table, with Cambuslang and Petershill also drawing.

There were a number of key players missing, as co-manager Colin Clark and Martin Ferry looked to continue their dream start to their Super First Division season.

Chances were at a premium in the opening exchanges, with the fast pace of the game forcing both sides into make mistakes.

Midway through the second half, Maryhill’s Kieran Furay’s through ball found former Frew frontman Chris Zok on the left wing. His cross was narrowly missed by Tiffney sliding in at the back post.

Renfrew almost snatched the tie towards the end of the game, the hosts forcing Moore into a fantastic double save. The Frew next head to Portland Park in the Scottish Cup to face Troon, kick-off is at 2.30pm.