After a major re-build at the start of the season, Largs are already on the look-out for a new central defender.

John Mitchell has been ruled out because of work commitments 
It means that Thistle only have two young centre halves in George Sewell and Ross Love with little in the way of cover as they prepare for a busy festive schedule.
Mitchell has proved to be a reliable man at the back, contributing to some of Thistle's important victories, pictured here against Irvine Meadow.
Manager Stuart Davidson said: "John is working away now so we have to look out for a new defender preferably with some experience but as long as they can do the job.
"It is a bodyblow as John has established himself in the team, while Ross and George have both being doing great for us, we need cover so we need to keep looking."
Davidson added that he was full of pride for his players after running title chasers Kilwinning close in an entertaining encounter at Barrfields, but the testing games don't let up as Largs face a big trip to Hurlford United on Saturday.
Davidson said: "The boys did really well against Kilwinning and I am proud of the boys.
"I knew we were putting out a very young side, and I was looking forward to see how we would cope.
"There was a lot of good and pleasing aspects to the performance - the red card to Laurie McMaster was the turning point - but I am not going to be hard on the boys.
"It was a fine line with the result and we have to learn from our mistakes but the boys showed that they can compete. 
"We need to take that on to the Hurlford game, and hopefully we can get the rub of the green.
"We have a lot of bright prospects in our team and I am looking forward to seeing what the rest of the season holds in store."
Striker Scott Adam had illness and injury but managed to come off the bench in the second half on Saturday, while Paul Harkins, who featured at centre half earlier in the season, was unstripped due to injury.
Craig Forbes who has been impressive in midfield was also out of the team because of a back problem.
Davidson said: "The sending off for Laurie turned the game - I thought he caught the ball and the man - sometimes it is a yellow and sometimes it is not but the linesman couldn't wait to give it.
"The heads went down a bit and we switched off as Kilwinning scored after the resultant free kick into the box.
"The red card seemed to disrupt our concentration. We have to show some steel and stand up to it when things go against us - we need to be a bit more resolute.
"I thought that Kilwinning didn't create a lot in the first half but they put us under a bit of pressure in the second half but we were dealing with it well enough.
"It was a great finish from Will Sewell to take the lead and good work from Sid (Simon McBryde) to set it up.
"We knew Kilwinning would put us under pressure but we would also create chances. I am hoping that we learn a lot from that game and the boys, who were maybe a bit cautious at first this season, now know they can compete against the top teams in this league. We know where we are in this league, and we are not like Kilwinning who are chasing a league title - we are building a squad for the future."
Largs are sitting in fifth position in the Premier and now have to concentrate on this Saturday's tester in East Ayrshire.
The manager commented: "We don't like to go with three defeats in a row at this club.
"This is a massive game for us now and we will be going to Blair Park with all guns blazing."
Thistle's remaining league games have been released for the rest of the season. 
Significant matches in the calendar include Beith (A) on February 8, the last home game of the season against Glenafton on 14 March, and Auchinleck Talbot (A) on 20 March. 
The final league fixture is away to Benburb on 28 August. 
Largs last remaining cup competition - the Ardagh West of Scotland Cup - sees Thistle travel to fellow Premiership side Glenafton on 11 January in the second round.