Largs Thistle legend George Wall writes for the 'News' in his weekly column...

I was sad to hear that Colin Weir passed away this week. 
Colin splashed the cash after he won the lottery in a good way. 
He contributed to many charities, funded the indoor facility at Inverclyde, assisted Largs Thistle by funding the astro grass park at Barrfields which is used by lots of footballers and it is pleasing to see kids out playing on it on a regular basis. 
Maybe his legacy at Largs will be getting some of those kids into the Thistle team. 
My thoughts are with his friends and family at this sad time.

* It was a tough defeat to Clydebank on Saturday for Largs Thistle.
I thought Largs were the better side in the first half,
Blair McIntyre set up the goal he scored - he put the pass out wide before running all the way into the penalty box to finish it off. It was a terrific run.
And what a great finish from Scott Adam only 30 seconds or so after Clydebank scored the opener.
I thought the Clydebank player should have got a red card for the challenge on Ross Love - unfortunately Largs collapsed a little after that.
Arnie understands he needs to get experienced players in to the side and he has been trying.
Largs scored the equaliser and instead of killing the game a bit and celebrating the goal, the players rushed back to the centre circle.
They should have just been dancing in the corner for a bit!
There was also a claim for a Largs penalty kick in the first half.
The goals that Largs lost were disappointing. 
It was a simple ball into the box but it should have been cut out before Nicky Little got to it for the first goal.
However, the injury to Ross Love certainly unsettled matters.
George Sewell always impresses me with his work-rate - I think he has been one of the highlights of 2019 and could be a future skipper. 
This Saturday's game against Rutherglen is a huge one to get to the all important 30 points mark which is a good target for the start of 2020.

Largs really need a victory, as they do not want to get sucked in to any relegation battle - three teams do go down.

Another big game on Saturday is Troon v Kilbirnie. If Kilbirnie get beat they might get sucked in also.

Largs players need to realise the importance of this game versus Rutherglen.