Let's get out and support Largs Thistle in their final home game of the season and send them off to the Macron Scottish Cup final on a high! 
That's the message from Barrfields boss Stuart Davidson after Largs battled back to beat Glenafton 2-1 on Saturday to maintain Thistle's long unbeaten home record.
Largs play their last game before the Scottish Cup final at home to Troon on Saturday at 1pm, and Davidson is hoping that Largs supporters can turn out in big numbers.
Thistle are guaranteed seventh position in the league, and it is a valuable last run-out for Thistle before the massive occasion of the cup final against league winners Auchinleck.
Davidson said: ""It would be good to get all the fans out and cheer on the team.
"I thought the crowd was pretty low against Glenafton to be honest - and it would be good to get everyone out to give the team a good send-off before the cup final.
"Hopefully the fans come out - as the supporters help lift the players."
With players injured in recent months including Ben Black and Nicky Jamieson - both of whom had to receive treatment at the hyperbaric chamber in West Kilbride in the lead-up to the semi-final victory against Hurlford, Davidson said it is all systems go for the cup final.
"Some of the players are maybe not up to speed as yet but hopefully by next week everybody will be fit and available."
Reflecting on the terrific turnaround which saw Largs overcame a 75th minute strike from Glenafton to win 2-1 after scoring twice in a minute. Davidson said: "I thought we were unlucky to be 1-0 down against Glenafton as we had put in a good first half display and we had a great intensity.
"We are working hard to win it back, and encouraging the players to play.
"We were getting opportunities getting to the byeline and putting good crosses in but things were getting cut out.
"It was our mistake for the goal which we recovered from and we got back into the game and we deserved the win
"I was surprised to see Martin Orr take the free kick which notched us the equaliser - I thought there would have been a few ahead of him but fair play to him for stepping up.
"Marty is a massive player for us and worked hard for us all afternoon, and it was a very clever free kick. He showed his maturity by stepping up and scoring the goal.
"Glenafton couldn't handle Ben Black and he is doing well coming back from injury and showing glimpses of what he is all about.
"I thought the full team worked very hard and it was a good home win for us."