The assistant Largs boss believes Thistle can take some positives from the Beith game, particularly from the chances created, going into this Saturday's Macron Scottish Cup tie at Darvel.

Largs will certianly need to look out their shooting boots after scoring only two goals from the past three games.

Martin Crawford said: "We matched Beith throughout the first half - when you think of their status really as a good well organised side who are league champions, we missed some gilt edged chances including one-on-ones.
"It was a great finish from Keir Milliken for their opening goal; I couldn't quite believe it when it went in. 
"It stunned us and took the wind out of our sails.
"They added a quick second and then we managed to weather a storm but we still managed to create a good number of opportunities and it was disappointing we didn't score.
"Given we were up against one of the top teams, maybe the top team in the league, and we still managed to create goalscoring opportunities, we need to take the positives from that and take our chances when we get them."
"The goals we conceded were soft in some ways and some of our boys held their hands up afterwards.
"It was kind of deflating after all the good work we put into the first half but credit to the boys that they never gave up and kept working hard in the second half.
"We certainly had our chances."