Thistle Scottish Cup legend George Wall writes for the 'News'

Who would have thought that we would be playing Glenafton this Saturday almost 25 years to the date that we beat them in the Scottish Junior Cup?
Largs picked up some useful pointers from their match on Saturday against Auchinleck Talbot and I heard we gave a good account of themselves.
Glenafton are in fourth position at the moment in the Premier League and they always seem to have good players.
Craig McEwan has done a good job as manager at Glens, as did Darren Henderson before him, and with Largs on 3G they will want to finish the season with a flourish with two home games in a row to round off the league.
Against Glens, Thistle will be without suspended midfield maestro Mark Millar, pictured, who is an important player for the Barrfields side.

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The upfront situation is very interesting for Largs.
They are on the look-out for goals and manager Stuart Davidson has some interesting decisions to make with the cup final coming up on 2 June.
Most of the team picks itself for the cup final but the strikers will be looking to catch the manager's eye over the course of the next two games.
Both Scott Adam and John Carter were on the scoresheet at Cambuslang, and then you have Kevin Struthers too who has come off the bench in recent weeks and featured in the semi final versus Hurlford hitting the crossbar. 
Scott Adam has now overtaken Kevin in the goalscoring charts, so it is an interesting situation upfront.
Largs have been scoring goals from all over the park though. 
However, they have played Auchinleck home and away in the league and have yet to breach their defence. 
That is a situation they will be hoping to rectify come the cup final day on 2 June, and with Thistle's fast flowing rhythm when they are in top gear, I am sure they can go and grasp the opportunity.
* The Champions League has served up some thrilling semi finals leaving the supporters on the edge of their seats.
I am slightly disappointed that it is an all English final as I think it would have been better to have two teams from different nations, but I am hoping that the final can be a spectacle nonetheless.
The Liverpool comeback was among the greatest I have ever witnessed, and then 24 hours later, Spurs turned it around from 3-0 on aggregate!
The clever corner kick for the fourth goal from Liverpool was incredible and instinctive, and really floored Barcelona when they were on the ropes. They were clearly not expecting it.
Would Manchester City have taken the Champions League instead of finishing top of the Premiership, and likewise would Liverpool have preferred the league title to European glory?
It is an interesting suggestion, but full marks to Manchester City for winning the Premiership on Sunday. They have been relentless in their pursuit of league glory.
Spurs stopped them from getting the quadruple but can they now thwart a Liverpool side intent on European glory once more?
It is going to be some weekend with the Macron Scottish Cup final too!