Ayr Rugby Football Club

After nine gruelling months of rugby action Ayr take to the field tomorrow for the final time in the 2018/19 season. The stakes couldn't be higher when they clash with Heriots at BT Murrayfield in the pinnacle of club rugby - the Scottish Cup Final.

Peter Murchie, in his first year of full-time coaching, has already led Ayr to the domestic promise land and now chases the double, a feat only done once before by Ayr.

The squad of 2013 have been etched into history since their double-winning season and tomorrow a new set of faces will have the opportunity to become legends.

Among the new remain some of '13s heroes, and the wealth of experience offered from the likes of Blair Macpherson and skipper Pete McCallum will be invaluable come kick-off time. Hot off of becoming Ayr's most decorated player a few weeks ago, Grant Anderson will be running out of space for winners medals - but that won't stop him looking to home another. 

Ayr's cup campaign got off to a winning start before even stepping onto the pitch - with Dundee HSFP unable to field a side.

When Currie Chieftains came calling in the next round Ayr didn't miss a beat, and a 34-19 win set up a semi-final at the Greenyards against Melrose. 

A war of attrition, Ayr managed to punish the defending champions upfront to grind out a 12-19 win and set up a league and cup double-header against Heriots.

Six buses are already booked for the national stadium as Ayr aim to paint Murrayfield pink. In a game that will undoubtedly come down to fine margins every inch of support is vital - make sure you're seen, and make sure you're heard!

Peter Murchie has had a settled squad to pick from and has made no changes in the starting XV. Paddy Kelly and Stafford McDowall are both released from the Warriors to retain the midfield jerseys.

There is two changes on the bench with Robbie Nairn also being released instead of Ratu Tagive, and Craig Miller is in for the injured Euan McLaren.

1XV: G. Anderson, D. McCluskey, P. Kelly, S. McDowall, K. Rowe, F. Climo, H. Warr; R. Sayce, R. Smith, S. Longwell, D. Corbenici, L. Morrice, B. Macpherson, T. Spinks, P. McCallum (c)

Subs: A. McGuire, C. Miller, A. North, C. Reece, J. Preston, O. Smith, R. Nairn.

Keep an eye on our social channels through the morning as we journey alongside the squad. If you can't make it to the capital you can follow the action every step of the way on Twitter @OfficialAyrRFC. The game will also be live-streamed by Scottish Rugby.