This evening Peter Murchie has bolstered his squad with the inclusion of two familiar and two fresh faces. Leading the way is Ayr Rugby's most decorated player of all time, Grant Anderson, alongside club favorite Danny McCluskey.Joining from further afield is outside back Chester Duff, who joins from Leeds Becket University, and Sam Kitchen, from North Suburbs RFC (Sydney)

Pic: Danny McCluskey weaving through Hawks defences. McCluskey and Anderson both need no introduction to the Millbrae Faithful. Anderson is the stand-alone man to have won four Scottish Cups and four Premiership titles in his ten-year career at Ayr."Grant is one of the, if not the, most successful club player of all time". Insists Murchie, "One of his best attributes is his competitive edge and will to win".McCluskey is a home-grown talent and the embodiment of the Ayr Rugby system. His talent in both attack and defence has been a key trait of the 1st XV over the past few years."He is a real modern-day centre. He can catch, pass, run and tackle at a high level"."He was one of our most consistent performers in the double team last year". 

22-year old Duff joins from Leeds Becket University and is comfortable on both the wing and at full-back. He is Scottish-qualified through his grandparents. Hooker Sam Kitchen joins from Shute Shield side Nothern Suburbs in Australia. He has also played for the Sydney Rays in the National Rugby Championship. Speaking of his two new faces, head coach Peter Murchie said: "Chester is a strong, powerful winger who knows his way to the line. He had a really successful season last year at Leeds Beckett, reaching the Bucs Super Rugby Final."Sam has been a regular performer in the Shute Shield and has previously won the competition. He has a strong set-piece and great skillset which will suit our style of play. "I am delighted the two have decided to join the Bulls".