Largs have been rocked with another defensive injury blow before their big 2nd round Scottish Junior Cup game with Larkhall after defender George Sewell dislocated his shoulder.

George had go to hospital after he heroically denied Rob Roy a winner with a last ditch challenge on Saturday.
He left the field in great pain with his arm bandaged up as Thistle grimly held on for a point after seemingly looking in charge of the match.
Largs boss Stuart Davidson said: ""George had actually saved a goal with that last ditch challenge - and we wish him all the best for a speedy recovery.
"Losing George is the last thing we need with the amount of injuries we have - it's the worst I have ever seen at the club."
The determined defender could be out of action for a few months - and it is a hammer blow to Thistle who have not had their injury problems to seek.
Largs forward Blair Docherty has had an ankle injury but was suspended last weekend.
Ross Love was also suspended, Scott Adam and Simon McBryde have knee problems, Craig Forbes is injured, and Jack Haggarty is still on the sidelines.
Davidson's men turn their attentions to cup duty as they face Conference C side Larkhall United who are sitting in 11th position in their 15 team league, and beat Vale of Clyde 2-0 on Saturday.
The gaffer is demanding a big improvement this Saturday as Largs look to make their mark on the Scottish Cup this season - a tournament which holds many happy memories.
He said: "The performance has got to be better than against Rob Roy. It is the Scottish Cup and everyone is up for it.
"Larkhall will be coming here and wanting to take a Premier League scalp. We need to start much better and take our chances."
The manager was desperately disappointed not to get maximum points last weekend.
Davison said: "I am not happy. I thought we were very poor in the first half and we weren't defending right, and we weren't competing well enough, and I thought we were maybe lucky to go in at half-time with a draw.
"At 2-1 we showed what we were all about - why were we not doing that in the first half? We should have defended better and we gave away a rubbish equaliser in my eyes. We need to perform much better over the 90 minutes."
"The way I see it - George's hands are by his side - he has not put his arms out to stop the ball, he is not that far away from the boy who kicks it.
"I don't know what more George could have done and it is still a penalty - and the ref agreed to me - as putting your arms behind your back is not a natural position in football.
"It was a great move for our equaliser, Will Sewell run off Keir Milliken's flick, and set up Owen McGinty and it was a great finish.
"We were motoring as we went towards 2-1 but why were we not playing that level in the first half and at the end of the game as well?
"We did show some great stuff but we have to kill the game off. At 2-1 off we have to be a bit more solid.
"Jamie McGowan had to make some good saves as well - we seemed to lose our shape a bit from going 2-1 up.
"The game was not done - they were a good team with lots of energy and they were never going to give up; we have to fight our corner and fight it out and to be honest we didn't. It was Cory's first game in a while and by the end he was quite leggy but we should have been far ahead by that point to give Cory a break. Will and George hadn't trained this week as they had to be down south. I am not making excuses - we have to see the game out.
"Maybe there were some tired legs - and we filled the bench with Kevin Struthers coming in, and he showed good know how, and nearly scored."