BAYSIDE Ladies head coach Ross Wortley admits this weekend's Scottish Women's Football League (SWFL) Cup final is "going to be huge".

But, while he acknowledges there will be some nerves among his title-winning players before the big game, he hopes that they will disappear by kick-off and they can add further success to an already outstanding season.

As Press Sport reported last week, in their first full campaign together, the team put together by Wortley – with the support of assistant manager, David Noble, and first team coach, Marco Guidice – have claimed the SWF North/East championship title as well as reaching the maiden SWFL Cup final.

They will play Bishopton on Sunday afternoon at Livingston's Tony Macaroni Arena and go into it on the back of winning 6-0 at Westdyke Thistle in their penultimate league encounter.

In praising the competition's organisers for "pushing the boat out" to promote the tournament, Wortley told Press Sport that his team were looking forward to an "amazing" occasion.

"Obviously, there are going to be nerves and butterflies there, but hopefully, by kick-off, those nerves will disappear," he said.

"For all the players, it's what dreams are made of, playing in a final, playing in a stadium and in front of a crowd. For the younger ones going into a final, they're going to be a bit starry-eyed, but the occasion is going to be brilliant.

"It's amazing; we're all looking forward to it. It's going to be huge."

Bayside defeated East Fife Development in September to set up the showpiece match, which arrives with them having won 12 and drawn one of their 14 league matches played so far.

The game is the second part of a double-header, which begins with Ayr United taking on Murieston Ladies in the SWFL Plate at midday.

Bayside's final then takes place at 4.30pm and spectators can watch both matches for just £5 for adults and £2 for kids.