McGhie and Robertson have exceeded expectations at the Blasties
since taking over.
Budgie McGhie's Blasties
revolution got back on track with a fine win over hapless Hurlford at a sun-kissed Valefield Park.
-you are not allowed to kick the ball at goal too hard.
came roaring back and Moses Apiliga and Ricky McIntosh levelled before McCulloch's heroics in the shoot-out.
ROB ROY 0 KILBIRNIE LADESIDE 1 ADAM FORDE was the Kilbirnie goal hero as the nine-man Blasties
all but secured their Super Premier League safety.
0 Chris Malone fired a double as the Blasties
hit six without reply to officially relegate the Bankies and second-bottom Cumnock.
boss was just one defeat from the sack as his side toiled at the bottom end of the Premier Division.
co-boss Mark Crilly said: "We weren't at the races today.
were 3-0 down after goals from Brian McKeown, Martin McGarvey and John Craig but James Marks got one back before Alain Kinnney bagged a double.
The reigning Premier champions opened the scoring when Brian McKeown calmly slotted beyond Blasties
keeper Paul McCann inside two minutes.
And McGuinness believes his time spent following the Blasties
as a fan keeps him safe from stick.
saw their cup hopes fading but right at the death Ryan McGregor was pulled down inside the area and Kinney slotted home the penalty.