STRUGGLING Marr Rugby simply must win their home clash with Borougmuir on Saturday.

That was the verdict of head coach Craig Redpath and president Kevin Quinn, following the 64-5 mauling away to Watsonians at Myreside on Saturday.

They are now second bottom of the Premiership - just one point clear of the weekend visitors.

Redpath said: "It was a really disappointing result and we were outplayed. We made some unforced errors and paid the price. But we must now out this defeat behind us."

Looking ahead he added: "The Boroughmuir game is a must-win for us. They beat us narrowly earlier in the season away but hopefully we can take the points this time but will have to play well. It's vital we we win otherwise we will be favourites for relegation but a win will gives us a chance of at least a playoff spot and we want to give the fans something to shout about. We look forward to the game. Hopefully everyone should be fit."

Quinn is not underestimating the task and said: "It was a really disappointing result but Watsonians are in the hunt for a top four place, although they played the kind of rugby I know that we are capable of producing."

He added: "We have to dust ourselves down and prepare for the most important one of the season and it's a must win. We are in a challenging position but our aim is survival and the players and the coaching staff know what kind of rugby they have to play to do that. I hope the people of Troon will rock up to Fullarton and get right behind us."