Thistle boss Stuart Davidson hopes the Barrfields men can build on their good performance against Renfrew as they head to fourth placed Cambuslang on First Division business on Saturday. 1.45pm.
Cambuslang were promoted from the Central League last year but they have made a promising start, and if Largs can win, they would be one point behind them in the league.
Looking back at the Renfrew game, Stuart said: “We are not often content with a draw especially at home. It was a disappointing goal to concede in the first couple of minutes, but the players improved after that, so much so, I thought we were perhaps a bit unlucky not to win all three points in the end.
“We looked pretty solid after that poor start, and we were a lot more consistent, specially in the second half.”
The Thistle boss also had to deal with an unusual incident when two of his own players started pushing each other as to who was going to take a free kick. Stuart said: “That was when we were 1-0 down - it was a bit of frustration which got out of hand. I took both the players off after that, as I didn’t think they had their focus was on the game. It was a wee tiff and it will be dealt with behind closed doors.”
Stuart added: “The wee spat seemed to get the rest of the team’s backs up and we pressed on for an equaliser. We brought on Laurie McMaster and Gary Fleming and they made a positive impact, as did Stephen Burden. 
“We know we have the squad to compete with Cambuslang, and we want to build on the momentum from Saturday. I think we are improving all the time, and we are confident of going there and getting something.”