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In the hottest game of the season, Ayr found a score with the extra time finished to claim the spoils in an absolute thrilling final against old rivals Melrose. Hats off to the Greenyards team who fought valiantly and well throughout the match, dominating for large periods of the game.
However, the Ayr forwards did what they're best at and camped on the Melrose line as the clock ran out on extra time, keeping the ball phase after phase, before the final release for substitute Cammy Taylor's killer try in the corner. And so victory ensured an historic league and cup double in the club's finest season ever.
Read the full match report in the news section.
Ayr RFC, the league-winning top club in Scottish Rugby offers great opportunities for aspiring players at all levels. The club enjoys excellent, close-working relationships with Glasgow Warriors and you can really put yourself in the shop window at Millbrae including the possibility of training with the professional team if you're up to the mark. If you like playing in front of big home crowds in the RBS Premiership or the British and Irish Cup then Ayr will provide a welcoming and challenging environment for you.
Ayr and Glasgow Warrior Gordon Reid leads the charge against Munster in the British and Irish Cup supported by Glasgow Warrior Calum Forrester (now Ayr captain) and Moray Low the Warriors and Scotland prop.
This season James Eddie, Ruaridh Jackson, Ed Kalman, Jon Welsh and Nick Campbell have all played for Ayr whilst the 1st XV have also played two training games against Gregor Townsend's team.
The club offers 2nd XV rugby in the top Reserve League and at every age group down to the minis at 4/5 years old.
Scotland U18 star Gavin Lowe (above) has featured in the Ayr 1st XV this season.
Senior Rugby contact:
Kenny Murray - 07958 150951 firstname.lastname@example.org or
Peter Laverie - 07793 561661 email@example.com
Youth Rugby: Euan Grant - 07789 995178