It was a good victory for Largs against Glenafton on Saturday.
The game was a little flat for a while.
After Glens scored the first goal I heard Arnie shouting for a reaction and I felt he got one. 
The worry for me was what came before as I said the game seemed to have fizzled out. The Glenafton goal changed everything, and Largs showed some fighting spirit.
The players really need to up their game as a team for the forthcoming cup final. 
Individually there were some good performances but it will need the team to lift the trophy. 
Part of that team is the supporters and they really need to get behind the team.
 I hope the fans turn out in big numbers for the cup final.
* It looks like Stevie Clarke is going to be the next Scotland boss after what appeared to be a farewell speech to the Killie faithful after their 2-1 win over Rangers.
I didn't realise how good his statistics were during his time at Rugby Park - 78 matches in charge and lost 18 - I think that is outstanding.
To think that a few years ago Killie were in the play offs.
Clarke has been at the heart of a great turnaround, and owner Billy Bowie also received praise from Clarke for matching his vision.
It makes you wonder why he would leave for such a difficult job ... he must have great faith in his ability to turn Scotland around. Here's hoping it is exciting times ahead for the Tartan Army, but the next Killie boss will have a tough act to follow.
* It has been a busy few weeks at Greenock Morton.
After a turbulent final day of the season against Dundee United, they finished the season with a respectable fifth position, and have appointed David Hopkin as their new manager.
Not many people know that David was close to becoming Largs Thistle boss in 2007 with Bryan Herron, who managed Port Glasgow.
I think it’s a good appointment for Morton. He will know the behind the scene issues, and there won't be many surprises for him.
I think Ton need to invest more in the playing budget for him to be successful.... he will make them hard to beat but he needs to sign two goalscorers.
Everything I read is very positive about Hoppy .... I just hope the fans are realistic as the saying goes “Rome wasn’t built in a day."
* Chris Hughton getting the sack at Brighton was a bit of a shock but when you look at it, he only managed three wins in 2019 in the league. 
With the money and prestige in the Premier League, the owners want more and are looking for someone to take them up a level. 
Managers have a shelf life these days. 
I don’t think you will ever see anyone in the role as long as Fergie or Arsene Wenger again.