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2019 Tennent's Premiership Final | HIGHLIGHTS
2019 Tennent's Premiership Final | HIGHLIGHTS

All the Highlights from the Tennent's Premiership Final at Millbrae between Ayr and Heriot's.

Ayr Rugby Highlights Reel 2019
Ayr Rugby Highlights Reel 2019

Disclaimer: none of the audio in this video has been produced or made by me.

Ayr Rugby Academy Triathlon
Ayr Rugby Academy Triathlon

Ayr Community Rugby Trust organised a sponsored Triathlon at Citadel Leisure Centre to raise funds for the Ayr Rugby Academy. This is how they got on.

One-on-One with Peter Murchie - Ayr Rugby TV
One-on-One with Peter Murchie - Ayr Rugby TV

The first episode of our newest media feature #AyrRugbyTV... This week we sit down with Head Coach Peter Murchie.

Scotland 7s Squad 2018/19 Named in Melrose
Scotland 7s Squad 2018/19 Named in Melrose

In late September the core Scotland 7s squad for the 2018/19 HSBC World Rugby 7s Series was announced in Melrose. Hear from Head Coach John Dalziel ...

Ayr v Melrose - The Greatest Show
Ayr v Melrose - The Greatest Show

Ayr host Melrose on Sept 29th in a replay of both the 2017 and 18 Premiership Final.


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Ayrton Senna
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Ayr United F.C.

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Ayr
Ayr

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Ayrshire
Ayrshire

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Ayres Thrush
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Ayr Burghs (UK Parliament constituency)

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Ayrshire (Earl of Carrick's Own) Yeomanry
Ayrshire (Earl of Carrick's Own) Yeomanry

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