YOUNG fans attending the Auchinleck Talbot Vs Cumnock Juniors derby this weekend will need to buy a ticket for the match.

It comes as home side Cumnock revealed ticketing details for the West of Scotland Football League Premier Division fixture at Townhead Park on Saturday, November 11.

The information states that an adult ticket for the match will cost £8, a concession brief will cost £5, and under 12s can enter free but must be accompanied by an adult.

The major change for the match is that those aged 12-16 must purchase a ticket prior to the match to gain entry.

Youngsters supporting the home side will only be able to purchase these tickets - at a cost of £5 - today [Tuesday November 7] from 6.45pm at the committee cabin at Townhead Park.

The club's 'junior' season ticket holders are exempt from this rule and all other fans can still pay at the gate if they wish.

While Talbot fans will have multiple opportunities to get their hands on tickets - with those aged 12-16 also needing to pre-purchase for the away end.

Supporters of Tommy Sloan's side will be able to buy these from the Talbot social club on three occasions this week.

These are: Tuesday November 7 from 7-8pm; Thursday November 9 from 6-7pm and Saturday November 11 from 11am-1pm.

All other supporters are exempt from this rule, though as per every match no pyrotechnics, flares or fireworks will be allowed in the ground for what is set to be a thrilling derby encounter at 2pm this weekend.

Supporters should also note that The George Morton Enclosure is being repaired and won't be open for the match on Saturday. Cumnock hope to have this re-open and ready for their Scottish Cup fixture versus Broomhill FC,