Thistle defender George Sewell says bringing silverware to Largs with his twin brother Will in the side would be a dream come true.

George was thrown in the deep end when first playing for the senior side as he was handed a defensive role up against Auchinleck Talbot after stepping up from the under 19s side.
The 22 year old is loving life at Thistle, and despite the decision to declare this season null and void, is looking forward to the new challenges ahead in season 2021/22.
He said: "I remember being asked along to training with Will - and being thrown in for the Auchinleck game at Beechwood Park.
"It was a bit of a tough game and a real eye opener - but I thought I did alright and we only lost 1-0."
Will's hard working style and good header of the ball caught the eye, and indeed, he even pops up with goals from corners and free kicks, including a goal he scored against Talbot in a 4-3 defeat at Barrfields in August 2019.
"You could say I was thrown in the deep end but I loved every minute of it, and in the following season, I picked up a man of the match against Troon and we won some great games on the road including Clydebank and Glenafton in the cup. Hopefully we can move on to bigger and better things in future.
"I blocked a Glenafton goal with my face in that cup win - it was the biggest cup tie I had ever played in - it wasn't easy, it was scrappy and we put bodies on the line.
"Another very good win was the 4-1 win against Irvine Meadow at Barrfields - those are the best two games I have been involved with so far."
George admitted it was a big step up from playing at amateur level and under 21s, and enjoyed a few seasons with both West Kilbride and Largs amateur sides.

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He also praised Largs coach Andy Scott with giving fitness tips and advice to keep him focussed during lockdown. 
Asked about playing with his twin, George said: "When we were younger we used to argue a lot on the football pitch - we were typical brothers you could say.
"I am delighted to see he is back in the squad and it was a shame that he got an injury at the start of last season which set him back as otherwise I am sure he would be flying but he has got a big chance next season.
"At training, he knows as a defender I am going to kick him and that is how it has always been between us. However, if someone kicks him during a match, I will kick them!"
George said that there was a lot more balance and depth in the squad with the signings including Kyle Chrystal and Cory Hughes in defence providing stern competition, while the likes of Keir Milliken and Graham Muir have provided added experience to the squad.

George, who works at Mills Dairies in Largs, said: "We have been a lot more solid and we weren't conceding the way we were - we have managed to get bodies in the way and although we lost the first few games we have managed to go on a good run. It is as strong squad and a challenge to keep your place - it a headache for Arnie and you just have to play the best you can."
George was particularly unlucky to see an incredible Rossvale clearance deny him and Largs a winning goal in the last minute of play in a goalless stalemate last season.
He said: "It was some clearance off the line - I always hit my headers with loads of power and towards the ground. 
"I managed to score against Talbot, Kilbirnie, Cumnock and scored a few against Ardeer in recent seasons.
"I am prepared to go in and head the ball anywhere - I am not scared and it is a strong point in my game and I don't mind going in against anyone as I think I will win.
"The perfect afternoon for me is keeping a clean sheet and Addy (Scott Adam) scoring the winner at the other end - and if I can get on the scoresheet it is a bonus."
George says he has been a passionate Largs Thistle fan for many years and remembers being on the pitch to celebrate when Stephen Connick made his crucial penalty save to see Largs overcome Ashfield in the Premiership play off against Ashfield in 2013.
He said: "It is great to have Graham Muir back at Largs - I remember Graham's stunning strike in that game against Ashfield from around 40 yards out - he is still fit as a fiddle. Graham used to coach us up at Inverclyde and I knew Milky (Keir Milliken) from playing bounce games at Inverclyde over the years.
Will was a player of the year at amateur sides in his teens, and when he played for West Kilbride, was thrilled to be called up to the Ayrshire select squad.
And when the opportunity came to sign for the Largs Thistle under 19s, he leapt at the opportunity and said: "I knew that there was a chance of playing for Largs Thistle if I could knuckle down - it was one of the greatest feelings pulling on the Thistle shirt and playing my first game."
"There is no better feeling than winning silverware and if we can win something at Largs Thistle with my brother Will that would be brilliant. Growing up in Largs, and seeing what Thistle means to people in this town, I hope that it happens one day."
And George and Will have a younger brother Archie, 21, who plays upfront, and could feature for Largs Thistle amateurs. Will said: "It would be amazing if all three of us could play for Largs Thistle one day."
And George has really grown into his role as a trusted defender who can play in central defence, left back or right back, and is also comfortable grabbing some goals.
He said: "I feel I have matured as a player - as a youngster I used to be a bit of a hothead and got sent off a few times for talking back but I am much more comfortable now dealing with things, and it is great being on the ball in defence and knowing you can make that pass to Ben Black, Addy, Will, or Sid McIntyre and knowing you can set something up."
"In defence Kyle Chrystal is a big boy and puts his body in front of everything while Cory Hughes has been brilliant - you can have a good laugh with the boys too."
With the season being declared over, George says that the boys will continue to keep fit and 'ticking over' in preparation for the new season.

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And George has also played his part behind the scenes by providing shopping for one of the elderly Thistle fans and former kitman Tommy Scoullar who is now in his 80s.
George said: "It will be great having the fans back for sure - I have kept in touch with Tommy and brought him a bottle of whisky and have done some shopping for him - he has a heart of gold and getting a win on a Saturday and seeing him happy is everything.
"I have done some shopping and messages and it is all pat of helping out and being part of the community. 
"Let's hope that we can see the fans back next season."