RENFREW co-manager Colin Clark praised his side’s ‘positive’ point as they came from behind to draw 1-1 with Cumnock on Friday night at New Western Park.

Robert Patterson had Cumnock ahead early on but substitute David McKenna grabbed the Frew a point in the second half.

And after Cumnock dominated the first-half and Renfrew stepped up their game in the second, Clark believes a draw was the correct result. 

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He said: “It was a fair result over the 90 minutes. Cumnock probably should have been out of sight in the first-half.

“We didn’t play in the first-half and the second-half was much better. It was one way traffic towards their goal.

“I thought we were going to steal it after scoring in the final quarter of an hour but it wasn’t to be. It was a positive point.”

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Cumnock were the better side before the break but could only find a way past goalkeeper Daniel McLeay from the penalty spot through Patterson after nine minutes.

In the second half, Frew improved and after 75 minutes got their reward when McKenna fired an effort in off the underside of the bar after being set up by Ryan Borris.