Renfrew co-manager Martin Ferry insists he is not nervous as the club continues to play a waiting game to see if it has succeeded in its bid for successive promotions.

The Frew played their last game of the regular season on May 2, signing off with a 4-2 win over Irvine Meadow, to post a final tally of 49 points.

They sit in second place in the Super First Division, but must wait on the results of the clubs hot on their heels to find out their fate. 

Ferry said: “I’ve never been nervous in my life. We have posted our score so it’s up to them to catch us. 

“All teams are still in with a shout but they have got to beat that total or goal difference if they get same points.”

There are four automatic places up for grabs in the newly-formed 16-team top league next season, while the fifth and sixth placed teams will enter a play-off with the ninth and 10th placed teams in the Super Premier Division for their chance to take a spot in the top league.

Thanks to their win at the weekend, Cambuslang Rangers now sit on 47 points with a game in hand, while Troon and Largs Thistle could also leapfrog the Frew and post a score of 50 if they win their final two games. 

But Ferry said irrespective of how the results go, nothing can take away from the outstanding performances his side put on this season.
He said: “I cannot fault them at all.”