Largs Thistle boss Stuart Davidson has praised his players for keeping their cool in a dramatic last minute victory over Rossvale- and admitted the side did a better job than he did in keeping calm from the sidelines.

Will Sewell's late late winner versus Rossvale in Glasgow means they have back to back league victories for the first time since July, and are looking to make it three on the spin this weekend.
There will be a noticeable step up in quality as they face Hurlford at Barrfields - as Largs attempt to fight their way out of the relegation places but go into the game high on confidence after two great wins on the road against Cumnock and Rossvale.
Furthermore Davidson's troops now have only lost one in 12 in all competitions stretching back to the end of August.
Largs have fitness concerns over defenders Brad Gray and Cory Hughes both of whom had to leave the field of play on Saturday with leg and groin injuries respectively, while forward Owen McGinty has not featured in recent games due to illness, and Simon McBryde is still out with a long term injury.
Davidson said: "They are all hard games in the Premiership, and Hurlford are going well this season but we will prepare well for the game
"We need to play better than we did against Rossvale and maybe take some of our early chances.
"Hopefully some of our injuries are ok - and we can go again - we have been on a good run and we want the momentum to continue."

* Largs Thistle recorded an impressive 4-1 win at Renfrew on Monday evening in a friendly under the lights

The goalscorers were Jack Haggerty, Will Sewell (x2) and George Sewell.

Defender Daniel Ferguson, midfielder Liam Lapsley and forward Lewis McEwan from the Thistle U20s development squad featured in the line-up.