SAUCHIE captain Jon Tully was happy to see his team get their first point of the season and believes they could have took all three points.

Tully told Advertiser Sport the club have played well and dominated the previous two games, but didn't manage to take their chances, and hopes Saturday's result is a sign of things to come.

He said: "It's good to get the first point on the board, especially after the first two games.

"I think we've played really well, possession-wise, we've just not took our chances and then gave away silly wee goals which have cost us so it's good to get a point.

"First half we struggled a wee bit and didn't really create much but in the second half we were really in control of the game and, fortunately, we got a wee bit of luck in the game and got a goal from it, but we could have scored again.

"I thought [after the goal] if any team was going to win it it would likely be us. The game was really open by that point, it was really end to end."

Despite two defeats in the first two matches, Tully has no issue with the attitude of the squad and believes results will pick up soon enough.

"The last two games the attitude has been brilliant from the boys," he said. "Maybe today it just didn't click to start with. We dominated both [previous] games, we've just not been clinical enough, but hopefully today's a sign of things to come and we can carry on from there."

The club have played three games in seven days and manager Fraser Duncan has spoken about a lengthy injury list; however, Tully knows the squad is strong enough to cope.

He said: "It's a lot to ask [playing so often] but we've got a big squad, a good squad and they're all fit laddies so once we get the niggles out the way and everybody back together we should be good to go."