Largs Thistle's top scorer Will Sewell has sealed a move to Scottish League Two side Stenhousemuir after a sensational season at Barrfields Park.

The 23 year old striker is hot property after rocketing to the top of the West of Scotland Premier League goalscoring chart.
His goals undoubtedly kept Largs in the West of Scotland Premier League as he notched 41 goals this season in all competitions.
Will first burst onto the scene with Thistle's Under 21s side netting 61 goals in one season, and replicated his form when stepping up to the Premier side, scoring a memorable double against Irvine Meadow after coming off the bench in 2019.
Will, who scooped a hat-trick of awards in the Player of the Year evening including Best Player, and Players Player of the Year and Top Scorer, also shared the rare feat of scoring in the same game as this twin brother George earlier in the season at Cumbernauld - a rarity in the world game- in a 4-0 victory.

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Thistle boss Stuart Davidson has wished the young striker all the best as he makes the big step up, and said: "Well deserved move - go smash it!"
Speaking to the News, Will said: "I have loved my time at Largs and it was a very difficult decision to leave but this is a brilliant opportunity, and I had to take it.
"Last season staying up with that last run of six games has to be the highlight of my career.
"The 3-0 win over Clydebank to secure Premiership safety was the best feeling that I have ever had in football. 
"At the end of the game, Arnie came up to the centre circle and told us to go and applaud the fans for all their support through thick and thin this season which has been immense. The reaction as we walked off the pitch to the cheers of the crowd is something that will stay with me forever.
"Staying in the Premier League is so important to Largs Thistle from playing at a high level to securing the good gates next season which bring in a lot of money to the club and is absolutely crucial."

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Asked for the turning point this season, the talisman believed the unfortunate 2-1 defeat at Darvel in the midst of a snowstorm was a big moment of the season.
He said: "We put so much into that game and I scored with an early goal and we should have got something.
"We realised that night that there were nobody who was going to do us any favours and we had to knuckle down and do it ourselves."
Thistle responded in style with a last minute victory at Kilbirnie Ladeside thanks to Stuart Faulds late header.
The Largs top scorer pointed out that despite the club's great winning run to round off the end of the season, celebrations after these games in the dressing room were muted afterwards, as players were already focussed on winning the next game.
Sewell said: "We weren't really able to celebrate any of our wins against Beith, Irvine Meadow or Hurlford until after that Clydebank game."
Looking back at his Thistle career, the fleet footed striker said: "The first season for me at Largs was very much a learning curve. After doing my ankle ligaments in at the start of the second season, I barely featured, so I knew I had to make a big impact in my third season."
And what a season it was for Sewell as he scored impressive goals around the grounds with impressive lobs against Hurlford and Beith to deadly finishes against Glenafton and Clydebank, and was also the club's regular penalty taker.
The 8-1 victory over Beith at Barrfields was another season highlight. Sewell said: "It could have been double digits on the evening as we hit the bar twice and the Beith keeper made a good few saves."
Speaking about playing with his twin brother George, Will said: "It was great as we didn't actually play with each other too often growing up. I may get all the plaudits as I score the goals but George has been a crucial player for us this season and you can see his quality on the right hand side in providing a good balance and we are one of the fittest squads around."

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Sewell said he can't wait to get started at Stenhousemuir next season but will always hold his time at Largs dear.
He said: "I can't thank the club enough -Arnie has been excellent and Andy Scott has given me lots of hints and tips to become a better striker - they have been solid and I cant thank them enough for all their support towards me.
"It was harder to leave than people might realise.
"It is a fantastic community club with Ryan Scott as interim president doing a great job - and the supporters including Tommy Scoullar, Pat Rall, Alex Anderson, Adam Rumbold and others have been brilliant.
"From a fan who used to sit in the terraces and cheer on Thistle at Barrfields to playing for the side has been a dream come true, and I will always be a supporter."