TRAILBLAZING Troon FC blasted into the last 16 of the Macron Scottish Junior Cup for only the second time in their history on Saturday.

They dumped out former winners Carnoustie Panmure 3-1 at Laing Park to progress to the Fifth Round for the first time in more than 10 years.

Assistant manager Matt Maley was impressed with the performance and said: "It was a great result and I'm told it's only the second time we have got this far. Everyone played well and Christian Nade and Ryan Stevenson are a great partnership. We were 3-0 up inside 20 minutes and were in a really good position.

"I would say it was a very good team effort and everyone played their part. Now all we are looking for his a home tie when the draw is made on Friday."

Saturday sees the Seasiders host a Kilwinning Rangers team who defeated them 3-0 at Abbey Park back in August and they expect a tough test against a team managed by former Portland Park player Chris Strain.

Maley said: "Kilwinning had a good win in the league on Saturday and like us they progressed in the Scottish Cup. But I fancy us against anyone at home if we can play well.

"We were disappointed with how we did against them up there in August but will be looking to take three points."