A die-hard Auchinleck Talbot supporter has swallowed her pride and written a song of good luck to fierce local rivals Cumnock Juniors.

Heather Morrison wrote the song for her Cumnock-daft pal after the pair got to chatting about what might happen if the Townhead Park side reached the Scottish Junior Cup final.

Talented Heather pledged to write a song wishing Cumnock all the best in the final if they reached that stage - and the 'what if' question became reality on Friday night when Nock beat their other local rivals Glenafton 4-2 in the semi-final at Meadow Park.

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In keeping her promise, Heather put together a brilliant tribute of her own - though as you'd expect from one of the fiercest local rivalries in Scottish football, it didn't come without some cheeky digs.

Heather had kept people entertained during th eCovid lockdown by making up some funny jingles, which then led to her creating videos for pals and family birthdays.

Heather vowed some time ago that she'd write an ode to Cumnock if they reached the final - when the odds were significantly longer than they were by the time kick-off arrived at Meadow Park on Friday.

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Talbot, of course, are no strangers to Scottish Junior Cup triumph - and Heather's composition included a sly reference to the Beechwood Park side's dominance in the tournament, which they've won a record 14 times.

Perhaps wisely, Heather has made no promises as to what she'll do if Cumnock win the final against Rutherglen Glencairn next month.

But the blow of writing a song to her team's bitterest rivals may have been softened somewhat by the result of Monday night's derby - as Auchinleck beat Cumnock 4-0 at Beechwood Park.

That might be something for the pals to have another laugh about.

Watch Heather's video below.

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On the field, Talbot are back in action on Wednesday night when they travel to Barrhead to face Arthurlie (KO 6.45pm) - while Cumnock have the rest of the week off before hosting Irvine Meadow at Townhead Park on April 22, with a 2pm kick-off.