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Rugby Club (Ayr)

Ayr Rugby Club has both junior and senior teams.

A Short distance from the birthplace of Scotland's national Bard and a stone's throw from the Auld Brig O' Doon, immortalised in "Tam O'Shanter", is Millbrae, the picturesque rugby ground of Ayr.
Millbrae became Ayr's home in 1964, the club having moved from the original ground at Newton Park to Dam Park, then to the Old Racecourse and King George V playing field before finally taking up residence in Alloway.
The foundations for recent success were laid in the support of a youth system which boasts 250 players from 8 to 17 years of age and is providing quality 1st team players, allied with the acquisition of increasingly better Antipodean players who have returned Ayr to the Premier Division in Scottish rugby.

Club Meetings

Day / Time:
Club open each day from 4.00pm

Ayr Rugby Club

Club Contacts

Name: Eddie Cattell
4 Craiksland Court Troon KA10 7HN
Contact Tel: 01292 315709


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Last updated: 8 August 2016

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