Troon assistant manager Dean Keenan says he was disappointed not to take all three points after taking the lead twice in their 2-2 draw with Beith.

The Seasiders went into the Premier Division match keen to get back to winning ways after successive defeats to Sauchie and Glenafton.

They made the perfect start when Sam Jamieson fired them into the lead in the second half.

However, it did not to take long for the Mighty to roar back with Jordan Duffy heading in an equaliser.

It looked as if Troon were going to grab the win when Dean Fulton restored their lead.

However, Kenny McLean bagged a late equaliser to ensure the points were shared at Bellsdale.

Speaking to the Advertiser, Keenan said: “I am disappointed not to win the game after taking the lead twice and being pegged back.

“I was disappointed in the manner of the goals we have conceded once again but going forward we looked a real threat.

“In terms of our performance it was a lot better than the previous weeks.

“So, we have positives to take from that but we were disappointed not to collect all three points.”