Thistle legend George Wall writes for the News

Largs Thistle may be a young team but they have been together for at least six months so they should now have the confidence to go and get results in places like Kilbirnie.

Sometimes the motivation needs to come from within the players themselves.
Largs have great energy levels with such a young side.
It is good that Paul Harkins is back in the reckoning and his experience could be crucial.
Paul has got all the skill in the world - he just needs to get a consistency and a regular place in the side, and he has been been trying to do that for years.
With all the clubs he has been with I thought Paul would be a success at Largs and if he can stay fit he could play a pivotal part in the team in 2020.
He even played at sweeper position earlier in the season and did quite a good job. Largs are on the look-out for another central defender after the departure of John Mitchell to boost cover in the rearguard.
Both Ross Love and George Sewell are learning their trade in defence and given it is their first full season in the Premier League they have been constantly improving and have impressed at times.
Facing Kilbirnie is always a fixture to look forward to for the supporters, and I am sure the players will be up for it.
While Ladeside supporters insist it isn't a derby, Largs fans feel differently!
One of the things Arnie was frustrated about against Rutherglen was that players didn't follow the instruction to get the ball down the wings.
Only he himself can sort that out.
It is the old Tommy Burns scenario when he was manager - if the players didn't do as he asked the first time, he would warn them a second time.
And if they didn't do it the third time, he would just take the players out.
Arnie is the kind of manager who won't mess about and the players in the dressing room will know that.
Largs have had a lot of narrow defeats so the point against Rutherglen could turn out to be important.
But there have been a lot of what ifs and buts this season - what if they beat Rossvale, or Clydebank when they were 2-1 up? Thistle need to really take their chances.
These players will get a surprise - if they don't follow the instructions from Arnie, he won't sign them next season, and that will be a shock for some of the players.