Renfrew co-manager Colin Clark had no complaints after his side were beaten 3-0 by Auchinleck Talbot at Beechwood Park on Saturday. 

Graham Wilson opened the scoring for the hosts in the first-half - just minutes after he had a penalty crash off the bar. 

David McKenna could have equalised for Frew, but his effort from 12 yards was right down the throat of the Talbot keeper. 

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Second-half goals from Jack McDowall and Jamie Glasgow guided the home side to all three points. 

But despite the defeat, Clark wasn’t too disheartened.

He said: “Our decision making was a wee bit off and teams like Talbot pick you off. We’re disappointed because we’ve lost the ball cheaply for some of the goals. 

“We had a chance here and there but we didn’t work the goalkeeper enough. 

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“And we could have been in a few more times but the final pass wasn’t good enough. We just weren’t good enough between the midfield and attack. 

“We weren’t totally outclassed. There’s no doubt Auchinleck were the better team but I just wish we could have offered a bit more.”