Ayr make the long trip north on Saturday to start their BT Cup campaign at the third round stage against Aberdeen Grammar at Rubislaw, kicking off at 2pm.
After last week's hard-fought win against Stirling County, the men in pink and black are ready for another tough away encounter as BT National 1 side Grammar will be giving it their all in front of their home crowd.
"Aberdeen have been involved in a number of high-scoring games this season," says Ayr head coach Calum Forrester, "so we will need to make sure our defence is tight."
The trip to Stirling took its toll, with several Ayr players missing out this week through injury. But this does let teenage half-backs Harry Warr and Paddy Dewhirst show what they can do, and gives Frazier Climo and Lewis Anderson the opportunity to play out of their usual positions of stand-off and hooker, as they move to inside centre and openside flanker respectively.
It's an exciting bench, with the experience of David Young, Steven Longwell and Ross Curle alongside the enthusiasm of Gregor Henry and Graham Hunter, both of whom made their 1st XV debuts earlier this season.
15. Grant Anderson; 14. Richard Dalgleish, 13. Danny McCluskey, 12. Frazier Climo, 11. Jamie Bova; 10. Paddy Dewhirst, 9. Harry Warr; 1. George Hunter, 2. Robbie Smith, 3. Adam Prentice; 4. Craig Stevenson, 5. Robert McAlpine; 6. Blair Macpherson, 7. Lewis Anderson, 8. Pete McCallum (c).
16. David Young, 17. Steven Longwell, 18. Gregor Henry, 19. Graham Hunter, 20. Ross Curle.
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