Rob Roy boss Stewart Maxwell this week hailed his club’s supporters for their backing throughout a difficult season for the Kirkintilloch club.
Three wins inside a week have been enough to guarantee Rabs a tophalf finish in the Superleague.
And after a campaign beset by injuries and a massive fixture backlog following a horrendous winter of postponements, Maxwell says that’s something his players should be proud of.
The Rob Roy made a point of publicly thanking the fans at Saturday’s final home game of the season .
News that he was going to make an announcementsparked rumours he was going to quit - but nothing could have been further from the mind of the Rabs gaffer.
He said: “The supporters have bought into me and what I’m doing.
“They embraced as a player and gve me a wee bit of time in my transition from player to manager. They have been absolutely fantastic.
“When it was put on Twitter that I was making an announcment to the supporters people started saying I was leaving.
“I’m a Rob Roy man. I’m not going anywhere.
“I’m proud of what I’ve done and what I’ve built. I take a bit of time with the supporters and because I live locally a lot of them know me personally.
“That’s the sort of club we are. If I wasn’t the manager I’d be there supporting the team.
“To finish where we have after what we’ve gone through is a great achievement.”