Largs Thistle are looking to progress in the South Scotland Cup this weekend as they face Troon for the second time in seven days.

Assistant boss Martin Crawford hopes Thistle can make amends after looking good in the first half only to suffer an unexpected second half collapse.
William Sewell's 16th goal of the season put Largs ahead at the break but the three points were whisked away from them after they conceded meekly from two corner kicks, and Troon rounded off the scoring with a late counter.
So Thistle now turn their attentions to the third round of the Soccer Shop South of Scotland Cup - and the management is looking for a big improvement.
Crawford said: "Disappointment is not a strong enough word for what happened to us on Saturday.
"It is the worst kind of disappointment as we were disappointed in ourselves.
"What went wrong? That is going to have to come out in the wash but we will have a post mortem to discuss it.
"It just looked like our commitment waned away after Troon's first goal and we weren't doing the things we had been doing well in the first half.
"I didn't feel that the referee controlled the game either and some of the tackles which were going in were dangerous but that is no excuse.
"We were completely baffled as to why Blair Docherty was given a red card. 
"We just didn't commit to it as we did in the first half - and it is not an easy thing to deal with when you stop believing. 
"The two goals we conceded from corners were both soft goals - in fact, they were terrible goals.
"I said to Arnie (manager Stuart Davidson) that I was worried how the game was going as Troon were starting to fancy themselves but that was only because we allowed them to.
"You could see the writing on the wall in many ways."
Crawford stated that the most frustrating thing out of the last two games is that Largs were leading on both occasions against Hurlford and Troon - and didn't see the game out - and instead of six points have only ended up with one which is no good in the cut-throat nature of the league.
"We thought we had done a good job in the first half," said Crawford, "We have to be more streetwise about how we go about our business."
With two training sessions this week, Largs will hope to get the game out of their systems for this Saturday,
Crawford said; "We have a chance to rectify it definitely - we were high tempo and touch tight in the first half and not giving Troon chances, and we have to do that for the 90 minutes and we have to affect our opponents in the way we play and dictate the game, winning first and second balls, and get in their faces.."
"The bottom line is we must do better."
It will be straight to penalties if it is a draw on Saturday. The game kicks-off at Barrfields Park at 1.30pm.