Ayr Rugby Club bid to bounce back against Stirling County at Millbrae
Ayr Rugby Club bid to get back on track on Saturday when they entertain Stirling County.
The Millbrae men crashed 24-11 away to Boroughmuir last weekend to slip to third in the BT Premiership, two points behind leaders Glasgow Hawks and Melrose.
The defeat at Meggetland was expensive in more ways than one. Not only did they drop from top spot but the match took its toll in terms of injury as well.
Having kept all 15 starters on the pitch the week before against Melrose, Ayr found themselves with four players having to leave the field injured in the Edinburgh clash.
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