Fans of Cumnock Juniors have been left venting their frustrations over the 'disgraceful' arrangement for the Scottish Junior Cup final.

Cumnock deservedly booked their place in the final after beating rivals Glenafton 4-2 at Meadow Park on Friday.

It will be Cumnock's chance to add to their two previous cup wins, in 1979 and 1989. They were last in the final in 2008.

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Cumnock announced last night that the final against Rutherglen Glencairn will take place on Friday, June 2 at Broadwood Stadium in Glasgow, with a 7.35pm kick-off time.

The match is set to be broadcast on BBC Alba.

Fans of the East Ayrshire side were not happy with this decision, saying that fans haven't been taken into account, and that the final should never take place on a Friday evening.

One fan said: "Disgraceful decision holding it at that time on a Friday night! Sunday afternoon would be far more convenient for families to attend.

"And also for whoever the winning team is, gives them time to parade the cup/bring it back home for the fans at a reasonable hour. Poor form from the SJFA."

Another added: "Not the best day for the community. Any final locally has always been Sundays and it’s a better day for families and to get proper support behind the players. Not a Friday night".

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A lot of fans voiced the same opinion that the details did not suit for parents with young kids getting home from school in time.

While others questioned what would happen if Cumnock were to win the final, as the tradition for the winning team is to bring the cup back to the town after the game.

A third fan said: "The decision to play it on a Friday night is questionable.

"These finals are massive for families in the local towns.

"Sunday is the best way for these games to make it a family/town event which not only celebrates the team but also involves every age group.

"Anyway, looks like it will roll into the Saturday and Sunday."

Ticketing details for the final are yet to be announced.