Cumnock Juniors manager Tony McInally says his side could have won their 2-2 draw with Formartine United in the Scottish Cup First Round.

The Nock took the lead early on at North Lodge Park through Finlay Frye, however the hosts equalised minutes later to make it level at the break. United then took the lead in the second half before a late equaliser from Callan Veitch kept Nock’s Scottish Cup dreams alive.

Speaking to the Chronicle this week, McInally said: “We could have nicked it in the end. We had a chance when we played the ball over the top, their goalkeeper came out and handled it outside of the box.

“If Veitch knocks it by him, without the handball, he walks it into the net to score and win the game.”

The draw now sees them in a replay against the Highlanders this Saturday at Townhead Park, with McInally saying Nock will be practicing penalties in case it goes the distance.

He added: “It would be negligent of us to not practice penalties, it is good for the goalkeepers and the takers. You need to practice and see who your likely candidates are that would step up to the plate.”