Thistle boss Stuart Davidson has made a rally call to supporters to come along and cheer his young troops on to victory this weekend.

It is Largs last home game of the season as they face up to old foes Glenafton on Saturday, 2pm kick-off.

Davidson said: "We want to finish our home league campaign with a win - and I would ask all the supporters to turn out in big numbers and cheer on the lads.
"The boys can do it - it would be good to get a decent crowd and put in a performance and get a win - and a good round of applause for our last home league game of the season."

Although Thistle will have to do without the top striker in the Premier League - Scott Adam, who is suspended after his recent red card at Beith - Davidson has vowed to play in an attacking style at home to try and go out and get the victory. 

Tickets are on sale for Largs Thistle's Sportsmens Dinner on Saturday 25 April at Nardinis including former Grade One referee Bobby Tait and top after dinner speaker Peter Brown.

Fans are reminded that a public meeting about the Scottish football pyramid and the proposed West of Scotland senior league takes place  at J G Sharps on Monday 2nd March, doors open 7pm for a 7.30pm start.