BBC Scotland visited Loch Park and interviewed John Stewart, club secretary. They filmed around Loch Park and along the Castle.
- The film will be shown on BBC 1 on tomorrow morning (Friday 30th May) news between 7 and 9 an and Reporting Scotland at 6.30 pm.
- The interview will run BBC Radio Scotland every hour
Meeting with SJFA Officials
John Stewart met with SJFA Officials at Rugby Park this evening.
- Under no circumstances is there to be any flares or fireworks to be let off before during or after game. Anyone involved will be arrested and charged
- Anyone taking drink into the ground will be arrested and charged.
- Bobby Guthrie has been given approval be in the Glenafton dressing room and on the pitch before and after the game to take photographs.
- The mascots parents can view them from the trackside before kick off then escort them the east stand (Glenafton support)
Should Glenafton win the cup then NO supporters should COME ON TO THE PARK to celebrate as the BBC has a time-slot for the ‘man of the match’ straight after the final whistle and the presentation of the trophy on the halfway line.
- Any delay caused by fans on the park means the presentation will not be shown on television.
- The players can bring there children on the park after the presentation is finished.
Access to Rugby Park
John Stewart has passed on details of any disabled supporters requiring access to Kilmarnock FC Head of Operations and Security. If anyone’s name has not been forwarded yet then please contact John ( 07831232638) before kick off or contact the Peter Orr, Kilmarnock FC (07547127321) and he will arrange access and parking,
John has another meeting at Rugby Park tomorrow morning with Kilmarnock security, BBC, SJFA, and sponsors, any further information regarding the Glenafton support will be released tomorrow night on website, glens forum and official Facebook page