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Ayr Rugby Football Club (abbreviated as Ayr RFC) are a rugby union side, currently playing in the Premiership Division One.

The team are based in Ayr in Scotland, and they play at Millbrae, Alloway.


Millbrae is a rugby ground used by Ayr for both training and practise. It has two full size rugby fields, one overlooked by a grandstand, and a clubhouse, which is used mainly for changing rooms and the bar, but also contain squash courts and several storage rooms. Millbrae is adjacent to the Tam O'Shanter experience and can be accessed either by a dirt road from Alloway or a small gate leading onto The Tam O'Shanter experience.

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. Newton Park is now the venue of international bowls competitions, Dam Park is an athletics stadium and King George V is given over to soccer, although its claim to fame came from the time of a full Scottish trial was staged there in 1958, every other ground in Scotland being frostbound.

Caps / Representative honours

Throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s Ayr produced players of international standard. One who played and went on to be capped out of London Scottish was Alistair Boyle. Although supplying players to the Glasgow side (and Glasgow clubs) Ayr had to wait until 1977 for the first home-grown player to gain international...
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