Arthurlie’s future in the Premier Division remains uncertain after a 3-1 loss to Hurlford United on Saturday.

Calvin Kemp put the visitors ahead at Dunterlie Park and Josh Jack doubled their lead before the break.

Lee Roulston pulled one back for Arthurlie but substitute Ryan Walker sealed the points for Hurlford in the final minutes.

The result leaves the Barrhead team four points clear of the final relegation spot, with Petershill and Cambuslang Rangers already condemned to First Division football next season.

Arthurlie manager Colin Reilly will now turn his attention towards their last game of the season, with Glenafton the visitors to Dunterlie on Saturday, with kick-off at 2pm.

Reilly's team will already be safe by then if Kilwinning Rangers lose at Troon on Wednesday night.

Kilwinning's final match of the season is at Petershill on Saturday.