Shotstopper Danny Farrell has returned to Largs Thistle after playing a big part in Thistle's amazing Scottish Cup run in the 2018-19 season.

The 20 year old last played for the Barrfields club in front of 2000 supporters in the cup final at New Douglas Park, and is 'buzzing' to be back.
He will be vying with Jamie McGowan for the number one spot - and they know each other well from their time spent at Greenock Morton together.
Farrell says he really enjoyed the competitive edge of the junior game, and is looking forward to the new West of Scotland League set-up.
He said: "I had some great memories at Largs Thistle and will hopefully there will be plenty more.
Farrell certainly played his part in a memorable 2018-19 season including some important saves for Largs in their memorable Scottish Cup run, as well as featuring in some of the club's big wins against Kilbirnie Ladeside (6-0) and Cumnock (7-1).
Farrell played for Celtic youth team and then was picked up by Greenock Morton where he worked under Jim Duffy and stayed at Cappielow for two seasons.
He said: "Jim Duffy was the best manager I worked under at Morton - I worked under different managers which meant I had to prove yourself all over again.
"I wanted to break through at Morton and I thought I had a good chance - we won the reserve league and in the last two games I played really well and got a man of the match award, winning the last game with a very tight 1-0 win at Cappielow.
"I played a lot of games in the Morton youth system but when Derek Gaston dropped down to the reserve games I found myself not getting many games, and that was when Arnie (Thistle manager Stuart Davidson) came calling.

Largs and Millport Weekly News: Danny Farrell, on right, pictured with Thistle assistant boss Martin CrawfordDanny Farrell, on right, pictured with Thistle assistant boss Martin Crawford
After leaving Largs Thistle in the summer of 2019, he studied from an HNC in sports coaching and development, and is thrilled at the opportunity of returning to Thistle.
Farrell knew a lot of the Morton boys who went on to play for Thistle last season including Kieran Brophy, Darren Hynds and Ben Eardley.
Farrell played 16 games for Largs during his last spell and impressed with three clean sheets in 16 games, and being given the edge over Ross Lundy to play in between the sticks for cup final day.
He said: "We really had a great team in 2018/19 with guys like Martin Orr and Mark Millar.
"Mark once scored a long range volley against me in an SFA trial game - he never let me forget about that!
"Mark was amazing to train with - he could hit shots in from all angles with the ball dipping or anything."
Farrell is delighted to be reunited with boss Stuart Davidson and Thistle.
He said: "Arnie told me he would give me game time at Largs Thistle and he stayed true to his word.
"The cup final against Auchinleck Talbot game was the biggest game of my career and it was a really good experience.
"You could feel the goose bumps as you went out for the warm-up and heard the roars from the crowd.
"Auchinleck Talbot are a very good physical side and go out to win all the second balls - they hit us on the break twice and killed the game early on.
"I didn't actually have a lot to do in the game other than come and collect some high balls - I wasn't really tested in goal."
"It is good to be back with guys like striker Scott Adam who is a super all rounder, and Ben Black who is one of these wingers who you never know what he is going to do next.
"Stuart Faulds is a classy midfielder, and I gather it is a much younger squad now so I will fit in well as I am only 20!"
And Daniel even managed to get a shutout in his home town of Cambuslang where Largs racked up a six goal victory.
Daniel is 5 foot 11 inches and is a great admirer of former Real Madrid Champion League winning keeper Iker Cassilias.
He has been keeping fit going out regularly training with a friend while social distancing and doing a lot in terms of movement and speed so he is ready for training when it resumes.
His girlfriend of four years is Morgan who he met at school and said that the time has 'whizzed' by.
"I am just so buzzing to be back at Largs - it is a very friendly club and I can't wait to get back training with the lads."