Largs are gearing up for the big kick-off this weekend.

Thistle coach Andy Scott believes the side have an exciting balance of youth and experience with the added benefit of players coming up through the under 20s development squad.
The Barrfields outfit open the PDM Buildbase West of Scotland Football League Premier Division with a home tie against Rutherglen on Saturday (2pm) and have been bolstered by another new signing in Blair Docherty from Largs.
Blair, who was loaned out to Thistle two seasons ago by Greenock Morton, is the latest of manager Stuart Davidson's transfer moves after the forward notched two goals in two games.
Largs are sweating on the fitness of key players as they head into the big start of the Premiership league campaign.
New signing Owen McGinty pulled out of the last pre-season game due to a calf strain, while winger Jack Haggarty and midfielder speed machine Craig Forbes have been missing in recent weeks due to injury, and defender Cory Hughes came off in the Arthurlie friendly after suffering a head knock.
Largs have a rare midweek off as they concentrate on the training ground before the big kick-off - and it could be a crucial break with a packed schedule of midweek fixtures coming up.
Thistle coach Andy Scott said:  "The aim for the league is to finish as high up as we can - we just want to go into every game wanting to win it, and improve as much as we can. There are going to be setbacks at times but it how you come past that. 
"We have the old guard in Keir Milliken and Scott Adam, and we have a good blend of youth and experience in the side. We aim to be hard to beat and do as well as we can.
" A lot of young players have been added - we have guys like Blair McIntyre and Stuart Faulds have been here for a few years, and then we have added the likes of Owen McGinty and Blair Docherty. "
Thistle have a busy schedule coming up as they face a visit to old rivals Beith on Wednesday July 21 with a 7.15pm kick-off, with midweek games ongoing till the end of August.