Ayr Rugby Football Club

Ayr RFC look to emulate the five-point success the found last week against Edinburgh Accies when they welcome Currie Chieftains to Millbrae tomorrow. A repeat of that enthralling premiership semi-final last year, Chieftains will be out to exact revenge after Ayr came back from 21-3 to win 21-23.

Danny McCluskey captains for the second week in a row with Pete McCallum still sidelined. 

The side benefits from Glasgow Warriors' Paddy Kelly and Robbie Nairn who start at 13 and 14 respectively. On the bench Scotland International Rory Hughes is joined with Warrior Andrew Davidson. Frazier Climo is back from injury and starts at fly-half.

There is only one change in the pack from last weeks with Gregory Henry in for Lee Scott- Corbenici moves into the engine room. Hooker Alex McGuire will look to make his Ayr RFC debut from the bench. 

The 2XV are also in action at Millbrae with near-neighbors Marr paying a visit. The two sides met just weeks ago in pre-season and on the day Ayr ran riot at Fullarton, downing the home side 7-59.

1XV: G. Anderson, R. Nairn, P. Kelly, D. McCluskey (C), K. Rowe, F. Climo, D. Armstrong; R. Sayce, R. Smith, S. Longwell, D. Corbenici, M. Sykes, T. Spinks, G. Henry, B. Macpherson.

Subs: A. McGuire, E. McLaren, A. Davidson, A. Rademaker, R. Hughes.

2XV: J. Baird, C. Gossman, H. Lynch, Z. Howard, J. Bova, S. Lyle, H. Warr; B. Paterson, S. Collier, C. Miller, A. North, L. Scott, C. Brown, W. Van Dijk, C. Reece.

Subs: L. Pentleton, D. Bryce, S. King, L. Young, J. Rennie.