It is the last opportunity for silverware for Largs Thistle this weekend as they face a testing trip to Clydebank in the South of Scotland Cup.

Thistle were unable to build on their impressive win over league leaders Darvel last Wednesday as they were knocked out of the West of Scotland Cup by Hurlford on Saturday.
And manager Stuart Davidson is calling on his side for a strong response after their recent good run of form came to an abrupt end.
He said: "It is another cup contest for us this weekend and we don't want to be out of all the cups - it is good to get to the later stages of tournaments and after seeing the joy on the players' faces after the victory in the previous round at Beith - we want to see that good feel factor continue.
"Things have been going well as we had four wins on the bounce and everyone was feeling good about themselves and this is the first test when you take that bump and see how you go. We are hurting after going out of the West of Scotland Cup so we want to respond to that - and we want to make a good start at Clydebank as that is something that has been absent the last few times we have visited."
Reflecting on the Hurlford defeat, Davidson said: "I thought the first half was quite even and we went in at half-time at 1-0 even though we hadn't played all that well.
"Hurlford are the holders and they didn't want to let it go and I knew they'd come at us strongly in the second half.
"I don't think we defended well at all as a team and we gave away soft goals and we didn't commanded our box well enough.
"We didn't do enough to get into the next round of the cup.
"We had a couple of chances but we were not clinical or ruthless enough.
"Both dug outs were getting frustrated by the stop start nature of the game and I felt some of the refereeing decisions were baffling
"However it doesn't take away from the fact that we weren't anywhere near good enough on the day.
"There are no excuses - I don't think we can complain too much about the final result.
"I just felt defensively that we were no as solid or commanding and that filtered throughout the team - I don't know if it was after we put on a hell of an effort on Wednesday and it was perhaps hard to ask the same group of players to do the same again as we didn't have the same kind of intensity. We have to do the basics right, defend and be hard to beat."
Looking back at the fantastic victory over Darvel, Thistle boss Stuart Davidson said: "People say is it great to beat the league leaders and it gives you extra confidence and belief but our main aim is always to get moving up that table.
"Darvel is a very hard place to go and they are quality team and it is big credit to the players.
"But every game is hard in this league and we need to keep giving everything."
Thistle moved up to ninth position in the 16 team league with a total of 13 points from ten games played so far.
On the injury front this weekend, Sean McLeod is struggling after coming off on Saturday against Hurlford with injury, while Laurie McMaster was out due to a groin strain. Midfielder David McGrath is awaiting a scan for his heel injury, and striker Scott Adam has had his knee operation and expected to return in the new year.
Largs have a new signing in 22 year old midfielder Daryl Nimmo from Irvine Athletic after he recently impressed at training. 
It is a 2pm kick-off in the third round of the Trade Radiators South of Scotland Cup at Clydebank on Saturday, with the match going to penalties if it is a draw after 90 minutes. The match will be played at Yoker's stadium.
* Latest West of Scotland Premier results including midweek results - Darvel 4 Rob Roy 3; Cumnock 2 Pollok 2; Glenafton 1 Hurlford 1; Kilwinning 0 Auchinleck 6; Irvine Meadow 1 Rob Roy 0.
* It was a dramatic finale as Largs Thistle Amateurs triumphed 6-5 on penalties in the third round of the Scottish Cup replay against Kirkintilloch Thistle.
It was a 90th minute equaliser from Brendan Hill which secured the shoot-out with the penalty scorers Ross MacKay, Cameron Florence, Cameron Rainey, Ian Riddell, Brendan Hill and Jacob Ashmead.