Largs Thistle boss Stuart Davidson believes the club have the opportunity to follow the exploits of Bonnyrigg Rose who took Championship side Dundee to extra-time in the Scottish Cup recently.

This season, Largs have moved into the new pyramid set up of Scottish football in the West of Scotland League.
With the opportunity for clubs to be licensed in future, like Rose, entering the senior Scottish Cup and facing the might of top clubs in the higher tiers is now a distinct possibility.
Bonnyrigg were leading 1-0 at Dens Park in front of the tv cameras beamed around the country on BBC Scotland, and even took the lead in extra-time 2-1 before falling at the last 3-2 in a dramatic see-saw encounter. Another former junior club Dundonald Bluebell also took Queens Park into extra-time in the previous round.
Just over ten years ago, Largs saw off the might of Bonnyrigg on their own park in the east of Scotland in the fourth round of the Scottish Junior Cup.
There is also the possibility that the teams could meet in the Soccer Shop South of Scotland Cup later this season.
Davidson said: "Bonnyrigg Rose did very well indeed and they were very unlucky - they might have gone through on penalties if they had held out but there were only minutes away from knocking out Dundee in regulation time which would have been a hell of a scalp.
"We have got to think that if Bonnyrigg can do, then that is a level that other clubs including ourselves should be aiming for - imagine getting that kind of coverage for Largs - it would be great for sponsorship - and getting people on board and more supporters to come out. The opportunity is there.
"I am sure Bonnyrigg's impressive exploits in the Scottish Cup will not have gone unnoticed by many clubs in the West of Scotland Premier League.
"If we were able to get licensed in future years, there are potential big ties which we could look forward to with the likes of Hearts, Dundee, Dunfermline and Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
"If a team of Bonnyrigg's stature can do, why can't others? It shows you what you are capable of but we need to get more people on board to help.
"The opportunity is there for clubs in future years - and one thing is for sure is that we don't want to be left behind with lots of other teams improving their facilities and pushing on. We know we are better than that and we have a good club and a good name so the base and foundations are there to do it."
The match between Largs and Bonnyrigg also brought back memories for then Largs defender Gary Davidson.
He said; "It was 3-1 Largs and could have been 6/7 easy that day, I remember their manger and board saying after the game they where lucky to get away with 3-1 and it was the best away team performance for a long long time at their bit.
"It was probably one of the best Largs performances that season and at my time there, we were brilliant for 80 minutes after going 1-0 down early."

Largs and Millport Weekly News:
The match was played 11 years ago on January 23 2010.
The game finally went ahead at New Dundas Park at the third time of asking.
Willie McClure's early spot kick was missed for Largs, as Bonnyrigg scored against the run of play with a long range effort which just crept in keeper Stephen Connick's right hand post.
It seemed only fitting at the club where Sean Connery once featured as a young player that Thistle had a license to thrill in a commanding performance, putting on a spectacle for the big travelling support, with ex Hearts and Kilmarnock skipper Gary Locke an interested spectator.
Thistle took the game to the East Premier League champions and notched the equaliser after Ryan Deas put in a fabulous curling cross which was met by McClure to head home and make amends for the earlier spot kick miss.
Largs had their tails up with James Marks adding two more goals with some scintillating strikes to put Largs in command.
Boss Sandy MacLean praised his players when speaking to the News after the game and said: "I felt we dominated the match in the first half as well as the second. We lost a poor goal and didn't shut the ball down but I thought the players gave a very big performance - we were excellent."
The team that day were as follows: Connick, Davidson, Jamieson, Walton, McCabe, M.Dow, Deas, Marks, McClure, Lappin, Robertson Subs used: Monaghan, Mullin, Barnes.