The West Region league and West of Scotland Cup has been declared cancelled - meaning that Largs Thistle's last season in the juniors is over.

In a statement issued by West Region clubs, it read: "Following the recent announcement from the SFA Response Group, the West Region Management Committee have discussed & decided in light of Scottish Football shutdown being extended until the 10th June 2020 there is little option but to declare all remaining League & Cup fixtures as cancelled."

Largs Thistle manager Stuart Davidson said: "Now it's official that the season has ended I would like to thank all Largs Thistle fans, commitee, volunteers and sponsors for their fantastic support this season. It was always going to be a difficult one but the team and whole club rose to the challenge.

"Also a massive thanks to my coaching staff, club physio Valentina and the players for their tremendous efforts this season.

"Hope you all manage to stay safe over this difficult period and can't wait to see you all again next season".

It comes after the club issued a statement last week about what the future holds for Thistle in the new pyramid system.

It read: “During this difficult time when everyone’s actions and thoughts are with family and friends and keeping safe, football is not a priority, however we at Largs Thistle would like to communicate the following message to supporters. 
After extensive due diligence, where meetings have been attended, club management, players, supporters, fellow clubs and leagues bodies spoken to, and following the statement issued from the Pyramid Working Group meeting held on 23rd March, Largs Thistle Football Club held a committee meeting via video conference where we unanimously agreed that we would be applying for the new West of Scotland League for season 2020/21. 
It was decided that the step to become a member of a senior league would benefit your club, securing our future and allowing us to progress both on and off the park by being able to apply for funding, progressing through the Scottish footballing pyramid and work on ground improvements leading to us obtaining an SFA license.

"The club is looking to retain junior membership and access to the Scottish Junior Cup, a competition which holds lots of happy memories for us."