Former Largs Thistle league championship and cup winner Gus Gault is back at Barrfields in a new role coaching the amateur side.

The 45 year old spent eight years at Barrfields Park in a career which spanned cup finals, league wins, and various other career highlights.
Gault was a combative midfielder who played his part in 'The Great Escape' when Largs overcame Ashfield in a memorable two legged promotion play-off in 2013.
In the same season, Largs beat Cumnock 3-0 in the Ayrshire Weekly Press Cup final.
Gus actually signed for Largs back in 2006 under the management of Stephen Quigg and Archie Halley, and set up many goals with his curling crosses into the box.
Gus, who has been coaching with the Morton development squad in recent years, said: "I loved my time at Largs and I was made to feel very welcome.
" I went through quite a few managerial changes during my time and the highs far outweighed the lows - the runs in the Scottish Cup and the West of Scotland, winning promotions and escaping relegations - it was an action packed seven years I had at the club!"
Gus even played under his father Danny who was assistant manager at one point during his Thistle career, and said: "That brought a different pressure but I managed and the boys were phenomenal."
"We had a lot of boys from Largs, Greenock, Port Glasgow and Gourock and we gelled really well - the time really flew in!"
Winning the first division championship in 2009, reaching the Scottish Cup final in 2010, and West of Scotland and Scottish Cup semis in 2010 and 2012 respectively, Gus said he believed Largs had a good enough squad to go on and win the Scottish Cup, citing the strong backbone of the team from Stephen Connick in goals to the likes of Ross McMillan and Eddie Walton in central defence, and Andy Monaghan upfront.
He said: "Everybody believed we could win it and probably we should have but everyone pulled together and gave their all - everyone was behind each other including the management and committee to going back to John Sharp's bar afterwards - these were great times and I'd like to think it was very successful and it was a family like atmosphere."
The amazing 'Great Escape' when Largs were 3-0 down at half-time to Ashfield in 2013 was one of the most remarkable games of his tenure.

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Gus said: "I remember after the 3-0 cup win over Cumnock on Friday night, we drew the first leg at Ashfield on Monday night 3-3. We were 3-0 down after 21 minutes in the 2nd leg at Barrfields. We were down to the bare bones and the team pretty much picked itself - I remember myself, Kevin Struthers and Willie McClure were all struggling with injury but we had to play on and the mentality and the belief of the boys was just outstanding.
"I remember penalty saving hero Stephen Connick told me he was in the town the next morning and a fan told him that Largs were embarrassing the night before - and he said 'Eh?' - it turned out he had left at half time. Stephen left with the parting words 'Well, you shouldn't have...!'
When Gault first signed for Largs, he played with the likes of Connick, defender Neil Shearer, and midfielder Stewart Hendren. He went on to play with the likes of silky midfielder John Robertson and flamboyant forward James Marks as Largs had many memorable games including the First Division Championship win with a Monday night 3-2 win over Girvan in 2009.
He said: "The camaraderie in the dressing room was excellent with the likes of Kevin Struthers and Gary Davidson joining us too.
"I remember when the young Largs boys arrived Euan Lindsay and Iain Fisher and they were very shy but they soon integrated."
Gus's career started at Morton YTS, and he also featured for Greenock Juniors, Hurlford United, and even had a short stint in Germany before featuring at Largs.
At Greenock Morton, he played with the likes of future Kilmarnock midfield star Alan Mahood.
He said while he weighed in with a few goals per season at Largs, he set up many goals from set-pieces such as corners and free kicks. He said: "We worked hard at set-pieces in training and it paid off as we scored a lot of goals through that route."
And Gus has been impressed with the work and commitment of the Thistle Amateurs who, although haven't been able to kick a competitive game this season, have shown strong commitment to the cause.
He said: "I have known the manager Ally Burns for a long time and I bumped into him and asked me about taking up the opportunity. I have been made very welcome by Ally and the other coaching staff and it is good to be back at my old haunt!
"All the players have been great and we have had 16-17 players turning up at every training session in all sorts of weathers - we have had great turn-outs and hopefully it can lead on to brighter and better things when football eventually does commence.
"We have the nucleus of a very good side and the boys are keen to learn and take things on board. The boys are well drilled and well organised, and the coaches have done a cracking job. It is great to be back!"