Clydebank manager Kieran McAnespie was upset his side couldn’t back up their derby win against Yoker as they fell to a 2-0 defeat to Rutherglen Glencairn on Saturday.
Fraser Team and Del McNab saw Rutherglen claim their first win against the Bankies in almost seven years.
And two lapses in concentration were duly punished by the visitors.
The manager said: “All around it was a disappointing day.
“We did create chances but didn’t really trouble the goalie as much as I would have liked.
“At the end of the day I think they were the better team on the day, they worked harder than us, but it’s disappointing coming off last week, not necessarily the win but the performance last week was really encouraging and it was the complete opposite on Saturday.
“There is a lot of stuff to look at and we’ll re-evaluate things.”
And the manager was left unsure of where the change happened, after beating the Whe-Ho 3-0 last week.
The Bankies remain in third in the First Division, but with rivals below having games in hand on the Bankies, they need to pick themselves back up and go again.
He added: “They’ve showed after the last few weeks that they are more than capable of competing with other teams in the league.
“It’s not like it’s just that they’re not good enough or not capable, but if you play against a team that works as hard as they do and they were organised as well.
“They’re on a good run as well so their confidence is high and they have consistency in the camp as well with three different people giving them instructions over the last few months.
“But all these things contribute to things but if you don’t concentrate on your job then you can get punished, and unfortunately on Saturday that happened with two lapses of concentration and we were punished.
“The boys are absolutely devastated in lots of ways, thinking they’ve let themselves down after being on such a high last week, then it’s the complete opposite this week.
“It’s done, we know what we need to look at with certain aspects, it’s the concentration more than anything though.”
The Bankies next host Shettleston, who were thumped 6-1 by Girvan, but the manager says that won’t play into his thoughts for this weekend.
He said: “Anyone who has gone to Girvan this season has been sent home with their tails between their legs, they lost at home last time out but if you look at their record they’re not too bad at home.
“Shettleston are obviously in a bit of a situation with the whole management team but then they came out of the back of that quite well but they are a very tough team, there’s no doubting that.
“We just need to make sure that we forget about Saturday and we get the confidence and the belief back in the boys that we are good enough to go out and win.”
Kick-off is at 2pm at Holm Park on Saturday.