Another huge challenge awaits Largs Thistle this weekend as they take on the might of Kilwinning Rangers in a Barrfields barnstormer on Saturday.

Kilwinning have impressed with victory over Tranent in the senior Scottish Cup as they look forward to a glamour home tie against Scottish League Two side Forfar Athletic - but Largs have been a surprise package with a string of impressive displays in the West of Scotland Premier League.
And manager Stuart Davidson believes his troops should be proud of themselves after a victory over high-flying Cumnock, and having picked up points on the road at some hard places including Pollok, Hurlford and Irvine Meadow.
But Largs now need to make home advantage count as they have only recorded one victory so far, with four draws and one defeat in their league campaign to date.
Davidson said: "We need to take confidence from our last three games - to beat Cumnock at home in the manner we did, and then to pick up points at Hurlford and Irvine Meadow, I am quite happy where we are at during the moment compared to this time last season when we were losing these kind of games.
"We need to keep going - Kilwinning is a tough challenge this week but that is the nature of this league and every week it is a tough game and we need to give our best."
Speaking about Saturday's draw, Davidson said: "I was disappointed not to come away from the game with three points specially given we had worked so hard to take the lead.
"I felt we should have held on but unfortunately we didn't set up correctly from a throw-in and Irvine Meadow took advantage. That moment cost us the three points.
"The boys were gutted afterwards not to get the victory but Irvine also had their chances so it was bittersweet in the end - with Jamie Walker in goal pulling off some very good saves.
"He was a late replacement for Jamie McGowan who pulled up injured in the warm-up and full credit goes to him as he is always ready to play no matter what the circumstances.
"It didn't surprise me that Meadow came out of the traps well, and with a new manager in place they were looking for a reaction from their players and they got it - but I felt we missed some good chances to get ahead in the game."
Davidson praised the group effort of the small squad - with only two available subs on the bench.
Striker Scott Lewis is still suspended, while long term injured David McGrath is still a few weeks away from returning to midfield, and wing wizard Sean McLeod has been on crutches after he was injured in the Hurlford clash.
The boss said: ""We have had three tough games but I feel we are only going to get better as a team going forward."
Thistle performed a second half comeback last season to secure a 2-2 draw against Buffs.
Davidson said: "Kilwinning have a lot of experience and talent within their ranks and brought in a new manager this season in David Gormley and they have been getting results.
"We need to match them for intensity and hopefully our supporters turn out en mass and can be the twelfth man.
"We have shown in recent weeks that we are more than capable."
Kilwinning signed Blair MacIntyre from Largs at the start of the season as well as ex-Thistle midfielder Mark Millar and former St Johnstone's Scottish Cup winning hero Chris Millar.
Largs currently sit on tenth spot in the 16 team league after seven points from six games, with Buffs one position below, a point behind, and have two games in hand.
* West of Scotland Premier Division results - Kilwinning Rangers 2 Cambuslang Rangers 0, Pollok 4 Clydebank 1.
* Glen McTaggart notched a hat-trick for Largs Thistle Amateurs in a 3-2 victory over Bellfield in the James Scott Trophy second round at Inverclyde Sports Centre.