Thistle boss Stuart Davidson has praised his side for staying six games unbeaten - as the Barrfields club sets its sights on the all Ayrshire clash in the new year against Darvel (Sunday).

In their last fixture of 2020, a Ben Black equaliser late on secured a share of the spoils against old rivals Beith.
Davidson said: "I thought we started well enough to get a goal up but I was disappointed we didn't build on that.
"We dropped off a bit but to be fair to Beith they came back into it and they have good players.
"However, I was raging we went 2-1 down but the boys showed character to get back into the game.
"There was some good play in the wide area and Scott Adam did well to set it up and Ben finished it off for 2-2.
"I felt we didn't deserve to lose the game, but maybe we didn't deserve to win it either - so a point was probably a fair result."

"I thought we were really good defensively and that wonder goal from Beith maybe deflated us a bit and that is probably the first time this season that we have conceded from open play. I was disappointed with the manner we conceded the second goal as it is not often we are cut open like that.

"The positive is that it keeps our unbeaten run going - and we look to keep that going as we face Darvel at home on Sunday."
The boss wished all supporters compliments of the season, and expressed his hope that the fans will return to Barrfields at a future point, and Largs Thistle can give them something to cheer about when they do.