Thistle legend George Wall writes exclusively for Largs News..

It is exciting times for Largs Thistle as the league season starts this Saturday away to Irvine Meadow.
There is no doubt about it that it is going to be a tough season but there have been plenty of encouraging signs in recent weeks.
Scoring nine goals against Saltcoats with four goals from Will Sewell and a hat-trick for Jamie McKenna breeds confidence.
I was pleased to hear my former manager Dick Brock, who led Largs to the West of Scotland Cup win in 1991, give strong backing to current manager Stuart Davidson at the AGM.
Dick said: "It is going to be tougher this year as Largs have lost four of their best players.
"I know Largs will get players eventually - but it is really important that everyone gets behind Arnie.
"He has shown what a good manager and coach he is. 
"He needs to fully supported because there have been a lot of good players who have left.
"I don't expect to see the long knives coming out at any stage - it is going to a tough season and I am confident Arnie can do it."
Arnie has done a terrific job for Largs Thistle and he is greatly admired in the junior game. Dick is quite right in what he says.
I am also pleased to see David Blackwood take over from Peter Connor as President.
I think David is a sensible choice as he has been heavily involved in the committee for over 25 years along with Campbell Crawford.
He knows the club inside out, and is dedicated to Largs Thistle.
It is also good to hear that Peter is still going to stay and help out on the community club side of things. 
Another positive aspect is that we are seeing successful results from the community club system with Will and George Sewell breaking into the first team.
The other players in the U21s and U18s should be taking note - and see that if they put the right application and effort in - they can do likewise.
I watched William's goals on the Thistle TV highlights recorded by Paul Laing.
I really like his fearless attitude and as soon as he scores there is no big celebration, all he wants to do is get back to business and score another!
After Meadow on Saturday, Largs host Benburb who are managed by Paul Lovering. Paul's dad Frank, of course, was a legend at Largs in the West of Scotland Cup winning side under Brock.
Frank is heavily involved behind the scenes at Benburb and I am sure he will relish the opportunity to come down to Barrfields Park next Wednesday evening.
I am sure Benburb will be tough to beat, having moved up two divisions in recent seasons. 
Largs then face Rutherglen Glencairn away on the following Saturday. 
The games are coming thick and fast, and there is certainly going to be no hiding place in the Premier Division.