HILL of Beath Hawthorn are looking for a new management team following the departure of Jason and Lee Dair.

In a statement posted last night, the club announced that it been 'mutually agreed' to part company following Saturday's devastating 6-1 loss at home to Dundonald Bluebell.

The Keirs Park side said: "Following discussions with the management team, the club have mutually agreed that Jason Dair and Lee Dair leave their coaching roles with immediate effect.

"The club would like to place on record our thanks to both Jason and Lee for their efforts over the last 16 months and wish them all the best for the future.

"In the interim, Darrin Wright will take charge of the first team whilst at the same time the club will begin the recruitment process for a new management team."

The Haws enjoyed an historic run in the Scottish Cup this season, with Jason Dair guiding them to the third round for the first time and only narrowly losing out 2-1 to League Two side Elgin City at home, with a crowd of 550 fans turning up for the clash.

The club's league form in the EOS Premier Division has been of concern, however, with the Haws sitting below safety in 14th place.

Sitting on 17 points, they are three behind 13th-placed Blackburn United, but the Haws have three games in hand over United.