It may be the international break but there is no rest for some of the Millbrae outfits this weekend. Around the same time as Scotland arrive at the Aviva stadium tomorrow Bryan Crossan’s U18s will kick-off against Jed-Thistle in the Scottish Youth Cup semi-final and Bill Murrie’s Ayr/Millbrae will be in Hamilton taking on their 2nd XV. Shortly after final whistle in Dublin the Ayrshire Bulls will take to the field in Newcastle, taking on a Falcons XV side at Kingston Park. On Sunday it's the Ladies who turn, who welcome Hills to Millbrae.

(Senior Academy duo Daniel White and Dylan Wilson both start tomorrow)The Ayr/Wellington U18s trail blazing record has been well documented of late, and they’ll be keen to resurrect that form after a blip last weekend against GHA. Despite an undefeated run going into last week’s fixture the Glasgow side managed to excommunicate Ayr from the West Cup. The squad will be boosted by the timely returns of skipper Michael Lafferty and savvy fly-half Richie Simpson. The match kicks-off at 13.45 at the Oriam. The FOSROC Super6 is taking a break this weekend but Peter Murchie’s men will still enjoy game time courtesy of a friendly with Newcastle Falcons XV. The match will allow the squad to iron out the creases experienced in last weekend’s defeat to Southern Knights, as well as give players the chance to put their hand up for selection. Kick-off is at 19.30 and you can follow the action every step of the way on Twitter @OfficialAyrRFC. Ayr/Millbrae get proceedings underway at 13.45 before travelling back down the road to watch the Scotland game at Millbrae. As always the game will be on the projector screen alongside food and drink promotions. Tomorrow all draft pints will be £3 and free half-time pies will be available. Boasting a family-friendly environment, Millbrae is the perfect place to watch all of this year’s Guinness Six Nations coverage. The Ladies keep proceedings going on Sunday, when they start their Sarah Beaney Cup Campaign with a home tie against Hillhead Jordanhill. Hills are a side with a rich history in the cup, but Ayr will take positives from their emphatic victory last time out against Heriots. The action kicks-off at 14.00 at Millbrae. The U18s squad is listed below, with Ayr/Millbrae, Ayr Ladies and the Ayrshire Bulls still TBC.