Thistle's wing wizard Sean McLeod was man of the match against Cumnock - and believes Largs can shock the latest league leaders Hurlford this Saturday.


The Barrfields side want to build on their reputation as shock troops - and confidence is high in the dressing room.
"It was brilliant last week," said McLeod, "And it got us back on track after our loss against Rob Roy and our cup defeat to Craigmark.
"There was no better a game to bounce back."
And after knocking Cumnock off their pedestal, Largs are looking to do the same to Hurlford United who took over top spot in the West of Scotland Premier Division.
Thistle achieved a 2-0 victory at Blair Park back in April against a Hurlford side who were riddled with injuries - so it will be a much stronger challenge which lies in wait this Saturday.
McLeod said: "I definitely think we are capable of going to Hurlford and getting a good result.
"It is an away fixture but we showed in against Pollok that we can defend really well, and we will have to do so again.
"We more than matched Cumnock last week - we have shown this year that we can be hard to beat and that we are not an easy team to play against."
McLeod has shown a clean pair of heels to many a defender but was on the end of some harsh treatment from defenders during the Cumnock game after falling victim to several physical challenges - but like a Jack in the Box - kept getting back up and continued to pose a major threat.

Thistle winger relishes clash against league leaders HurlfordSean celebrates - Ryan Scott Photography
He said: "It is part and parcel of the game - if we shut out teams in the manner we did against Cumnock then we frustrate teams and that is what they have to resort to - and we have to stand up to this and show what we are all about.
"They took their anger out on us but I was fine and our physio is good so I had no fears.
"There were some adjustments to the system which allowed me to pose a more attacking threat down the wing and I thought we passed the ball really well."
McLeod admitted the Scottish Cup exit was a bitter disappointment: "We were in control of the game and we missed some good chances to extend our 2-0 lead and we were really unlucky that day but our response against Cumnock was strong and we want to carry on in that vein."
Thistle and Hurlford fought out an entertaining 1-1 draw against Hurlford in pre-season at Barrfields, thanks to a superb equaliser from Stuart Faulds, but McLeod anticipates a very different encounter.
He said: "We have nothing to fear and we can go there and be more than a match for them."
McLeod has also linked up with Lewis Davidson, manager Stuart's son, after both played together at Greenock Morton.
He said: "What a goal Lewis scored against Cumnock - I played with him for a good few years in the youth ranks and it is good to be back in midfield with him at Largs.
"He nearly scored with another free kick a minute later and struck the post. 
"Lewis is a brilliant talent and having him on board is only going to help the team."
It was around a year ago since Sean signed on the dotted line at Largs Thistle and his electric pace regularly causes problems and is constantly looking to improve.
The 20 year old said: "I managed to score last season against Bonnyton in the 5-1 win at Barrfields just before Christmas after pushing up at the back post and getting on the end of a good cross.
"This is something I am working at to add to my game as I am getting myself into good positions.
"The new signings such as Alan Frizzell and Ryan McCreath have really slotted well into the system and it is as if they were here last season.
"We have been working hard at training and getting our system right so it is credit to Stuart Davidson and the coaches and how well we carried out the game plan.
"The system is improving all the time and we are always tweaking it to suit the next challenge.
"Against Cumnock, I changed from right back to winger and really relished it - I really enjoyed the 4-3-3 system and it is good to play in a couple of different roles for the side."
Asked for his hopes and expectations for the season ahead, McLeod revealed that the players are keeping their eye on the next game and that is all.
He said; "Stuart has emphasised we take it game by game and take each challenge as it comes, and not get caught up in the league table as I think that is what happened to an extent last season.
"We need to stay focussed on each game and give our all - it has worked out well so far, and our aim is to keep improving."
Largs are sitting in 11th position in the 16 team league table following the Cumnock win.
Celebration pic - Ryan Scott Photography