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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

WEST OF SCOTLAND INTER COUNTY LEAGUES - Ayrshire A crash to defeat at Bonnyton

The Ayrshire A team crashed to a 6.5 - 1.5 defeat to Renfrewshire at Bonnyton on Sunday 15th September in their opening fixture in the 2019 West of Scotland Inter County league Championship.

With only two of the six players who finished runners up in the recent Scottish Area team Championship available at the weekend, there were a number of changes in the Ayrshire team, with Barry O'Rourke (Louodun) making his debut.

Although the match looked close at the half way stage, the Renfrewshire players pulled ahead in a number of matches mid way through the inward half and ultimately only Steven Spence was a winner for Ayrshire whilst Craig Hamilton won the final hole in the his tie to secure a half point.

Match details (Ayrshire names first):-

Craig Hamilton (Ballochmyle) halved with David Sibbald (Bonnyton)  
Craig Telfer (Prestwick St Cuthbert) lost to Alex Ferguson (Paisley) by 5&4
Stephen Spence (Royal Troon) beat Willie McMillan (Bonnyton) by 3&2
Steven Stamper (Turnberry) lost to David Dickson (Bonnyton) by 4&3
Barry O'Rourke (Loudoun) lost to Craig Thomson (Paisley) by 3&1
Malcolm Pennycott (Whiting bay) lost to Alan Johnston (Bonnyton) by 4&3
Greg Telfer (Prestwick S Cuthbert) lost to Paul Dorrian (Greenock) by 3&2
Steven Wallace (Prestwick St Cuthbert) lost to Andy jamieson (Paisley) by 2&1

AYRSHIRE  1.5   RENFREWSHIRE   6.5

The corresponding youths match was scheduled to take place at Loudoun but after a number of late call offs the Renfrewshire team officials decided to forfeit the match to Ayrshire, with the result being recorded as a 5 - 3 win to Ayrshire, per the championship rules.

Next Sunday, 22nd September, the A team host Dumbartonshire over the King Robert The Bruce course at Turnberry whilst the youths team travel to play the Dumbartonshire youths side at Lenzie.

PGA EUROPEAN TOUR - Inpressive professional debut for Euan Walker in KLM open


Euan Walker made an impressive start to his professional career in his first tournament, the KLM Open at The International, Amsterdam, which was played between 12th and 15th September.

Having turned professional immediately after the recent Walker Cup match at Royal Liverpool GC, Walker opened his first professional event with rounds of 72 69 and 69 for a six under par total after 36 holes, to comfortably make the cut for the final round.

In the final round Walker had a one over par score of 73 which left him in joint 40th place overall on 283, five under par, behind the winner Sergio Garcia who finished eighteen under par on 270.
Walker’s debut finish earned him 11,600 euros in prize money for his efforts.

AYRSHIRE JUNIOR ORDER OF MERIT - Ross McDonald secures title with one event remaining.

Ross McDonald (Kilmarnock Barassie) has secured the 2019 Ayrshire Junior Order of Merit title, with just one counting event remaining to be played this season.

At the penultimate counting event, The Prestwick St Nicholas Junior Open, which was won by Dylan Cairns (Prestwick St Nicholas) ahead of clubmate Cameron McGarvie, Ross McDonald shared third place with two other players which gave him enough points to ensure him an unassailable lead going into the final counting event, the Irvine GC Junior Open, which takes place on Monday 23rd September.

With prizes presented to the first three places in the Junior Order of merit each year, there is still plenty to play for in the final event with any one of seven players still in a position to secure second or third place in the table.

The present positions in the Junior Order of Merit, with one counting event to be played, are:-


462.5 ROSS McDONALD Kilmarnock Barassie
315 HARVEY BROADFOOT Troon Welbeck
290 DYLAN CAIRNS Prestwick St Nicholas
250 PATRICK SMILEY Prestwick St Nicholas
250 RUBEN LINDSAY Ayr Belleisle
227.5 FREYA RUSSELL Royal Troon
227.5 KERR BROOKS Irvine
215 ALEX DEAN Irvine
175 BEN WATSON  Kilmarnock Barassie
160 CAMERON SHANKS Caprington
155 FRASER RUSSELL Royal Troon
147.5 JACK ALLAN Ballochmyle
107.5 JAMIE McKINNON Caprington
107.5 MAX BARCLAY Ayr Belleisle
100 RACHEL FOSTER  Prestwick St Nicholas
97.5 HARVEY McDONALD Ayr Belleisle
85 JOHN McCRACKEN Kilmarnock Barassie
77.5 CAMERON McGARVIE Prestwick St Nicholas
75 ALYX MURRAY Prestwick St Nicholas
75 JOHN KELLY Ayr Belleisle
62.5 LIAM KIRKHAM Troon Welbeck
57.5 RYAN KENNEDY Loudoun
50 CALLUM BYERS Ayr Belleisle
45 CAMERON JOHNSTONE Kilmarnock Barassie
42.5 CONNOR WILLS Prestwick St Nicholas
42.5 GLENN WILSON Ayr Dalmilling
35 LUISA GIBSON Irvine
35 QUINTIN DUNLOP Troon Welbeck
20 ROB YORSTON Loudoun
20 JAMIE ROBERTSON Loudoun
17.5 ELLIOT O'BRIEN Irvine
10 CHRISTOPHER HUNTER Ballochmyle
7.5 BEN WATT Prestwick St Nicholas
7.5 JACK BROADFOOT Troon Welbeck
7.5 RYAN KENNEDY Loudoun
5 CALLUM BLACK Irvine
2.5 EUAN RAMSAY Prestwick St Nicholas
2.5 JOSH DAVIES Troon Welbeck
2.5 KYLE REID Irvine

MEN'S HOME INTERNATIONALS - Stuart Easton shines for Scotland as they finish runners up in ireland


Stuart Easton (Irvine GC) made a major contribution as Scotland just failed to win the Home Internationals in a final match showdown with England at Lahinch GC in Ireland, which was played from 11th to 13th September.

Scotland opened on day one with an 8.5 – 6.5 win over the hosts, Ireland, with Stuart Easton teaming up with Lewis Irvine in the foursomes to secure a half match with Colin Canmpbell & Tom McKibbin before Easton then secured a further half point against Tarnan McLarnon in the afternoon singles.

On day two against Wales, Easton and Irvine were again paired together in the foursomes and  beat Connor Jones & George Bryant by 2 & 1. In the afternoon singles, playing in the anchor tie, Stuart Easton had a single hole victory over Gaelen Trew as Scotland ran out winners by 9.5 – 5.5.
On the final day Scotland faced England, who were also unbeaten, in a winner takes all showdown for the 2019 Home Internationals title.

Stuart Easton and Lewis Irvine secured another half point together, in their morning foursomes tie against bailey Gill & Joshua McMahon, to remain unbeaten in their three outings together as the morning foursomes were shared 2.5 – 2.5 but in the afternoon singles England powered to a 9 – 6 victory overall, with Stuart Easton suffering his only defeat of the week, going down 3&2 to bailey Gill in the anchor tie, as England won the series leaving Scotland in second place, ahead of Ireland and Wales.


AYRSHIRE SCRATCH LEAGUES PLAY OFFS - St Meddans overcome Ayr Belleisle and Kilmarnock Barassie beat Caprington

The opening matches of the three Ayrshire Scratch Leagues play off ties have been completed recently.

In the Division 2/3 play offs, Troon St Meddans overcame Ayr Belleisle, beating their higher league opponents 5.5 - 0.5 in the first leg and thereafter being conceded the tie before the second leg took place.

In the Division 1/2 play offs, Kilmanrock Barassie won the first leg against Caprington  by 4.5 - 1.5 at Kilmanrock Barassie, with the second leg scheduled to take place on 6th October.

Monday, September 09, 2019

SCOTTISH MEN'S AREA TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP - Ayrshire lose out to Fife in final at Leven

The Ayrshire men's team came agonisingly close to a fourth Scottish Men's Area Team Championship title on Sunday 8th September at Leven Links, losing out to Fife in the final on the last green in the last tie on the course.

The 2019 Scottish Men's Area team Championship runners up from Ayrshire
Andrew Gilligan (Team Manager), Steven Stamper, Michael Smyth, Tommy McInally, John Watt (Area President)
Steven Wallace, Jim Johnston, Robbie Muir. 


Having previously won the title in 1986, 2008 and 2015 and being beaten semi finalists last year, Ayrshire cruised through the strokeplay qualifying rounds on Friday 7th September over the Leven Links and Scoonie courses in second place, behind top qualifiers Fife who were title winners on two previous occasions and were runners up in the championship twelve months ago.

In Saturday morning's quarter final matches, Ayrshire faced the defending champions North of Scotland, and won through to the semi finals in a tight encounter, eventually recording a 3.5 - 1.5 win.

Tommy McInally (Loudoun) and Steven Stamper (Turnberry) provided the pairing for the one foursomes tie and won 3 & 1 against Douglas Thorburn (Wick) and Kieran Mackay (Inverness) to put Ayrshire ahead.

A 3&2 defeat for Jim Johnston (Ayr Belleisle) by Jeff Wright (Forres) was offset by Michael Smyth (Royal Troon) beating Lewis Reid (Fortrose & Rosemarkie) by 4&3, leaving Ayrshire 2 - 1 ahead with two tie remaining on course.

The two remaining ties were closely fought but when Steven Wallace (Prestwick St Cuthbert) secured a 2 hole victory over Jordan Shaw (Boat of garten) in the anchor tie, Ayrshire's place in the semi finals was assured.

With the remaining tie between Robbie Muir (Kilmarnock Barassie) and David Joel (Inverness) all square and the result of the overall match decided in Ayrshire's favour, there was no need for the tie to proceed to extra holes and the result was confirmed as a 3.5 - 1.5 win for Ayrshire.

In the other quarter final matches Fife crushed South of Scotland 5 - 0, Lothians beat Stirlingshire 4 - 1 and North east overcame Lanarkshire by 3 - 2.

In Saturday afternoon's semi finals Ayrshire played North East whilst Fife faced Lothians.

Tommy McInally and Steven Stamper again joined forces in te foursomes pairing and had a second successive 3 & 1 win, over Bryan Innes (Murcar Links) and Anthony Bews (Murcar Links) to get Ayrshire off to the perfect start once again.

A 3 & 1 win for Michael Smyth over David Morrison (Meldrum House) and a 5 & 4 win for Robbie Muir in his tie against Adam Dunton (McDonald) ensured Ayrshire's place in the final.

Steven Wallace, again playing the anchor leg, won his second successive singles tie with a 2 & 1 victory over Barrie Edmond (Bon Accord) and a half match for Jim Johnston against mark halliday (Royal Aberdeen) wrapped up a 4.5 - 0.5 win for Ayrshire in the semi final.

In the other semi final Fife edged out Lothians by 3 - 2 to ensure that the top two seeded teams would contest the final match.

The final on Sunday 8th September comprised three foursomes ties in the morning with six singles in the afternoon.

Jim Johnston & Robbie Muir opened positively for Ayrshire in the foursomes against James White (Lundin) and Greg Wishart (Lundin) with a 4 & 3 victory but the other two foursomes were both lost 3 & 2, the pairing of Tommy McInally and Steven Stamper losing for the first time in three starts, against Andrew Davidson (Charleton Members) and Fraser Carr (Crail), and Steven wallace and Michael Smith going down to Steven Aitken (Leven Thistle) and Scott Crichton (Leven Thistle).

Trailing  2 - 1 after the morning foursomes, Ayrshire needed to win four of the six singles for victory, and well into the afternoon ties it looked possible that the time might just be able to achieve the task, despite the odds against.

Jim Johnston, in the lead singles tie, secured a 3 & 1 win over James White to level the match score 2 - 2 before Robbie Muir put Ayrshire ahead with a 3 & 2 win over Greg Wishart in the third tie on the course.

Fife drew level once more when Scott Crichton beat Michael Smyth 2 & 1 and with Tommy Mcinally losing to Fraser Carr by 2 & 1 in the penultimate tie and Steven Wallace maintaining his 100% singles record by beating Andrew Davidson in the anchor tie, the match score stood at 4 - 4 with the destiny of the title resting with the tie between Steven Stamper and Steven Aitken.

In a nailbiting finale, the tie went to the last green but to the disappointment of Ayrshire and the delight of the Fife team, it was Steven Aitken who won the tie by a single hole to give fife the 2019 Area team Championship title with a 5 - 4 victory in the final.

The performance and team spirit displayed of the Ayrshire team was a credit to the county and though tinged with disappointment at the final result, the team members and officials can all take great credit for the performance in the 2019 championship.
   

THE WALKER CUP - Euan Walker contributes 1.5 points from 4 but G.B & I lose out at Hoylake.

Euan Walker (Kilmarnock Barassie) contributed 1.5 points from a possible 4 to the Great britain & Ireland cause at the Walker Cup match, held at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Hoylake, on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th September, but the hosts eventually lost out to the holders USA by 15.5 - 10.5 in the biannual match. 

On Saturday the morning foursomes were shared 2 - 2. Euan Walker was paired up with fellow Scot sandy Scott (Nairn) but lost by 2 &1 to John Pak (Scotch Plains) and isaiha Salinda (South San Francisco).

GB & I took five of the eight singles matches on Saturday to lead 7 - 5 overall, after day one, with Euan Walker beating Steven Fisk (Stockbridge) by 2 holes in his tie.

On Sunday morning Euan Walker again teamed up with Sandy Scott and earned a half point with a tied match against Andy Ogletree (Little Rock) and John Augenstein (Owensboro), as the USA reduced the deficit to 8.5 - 7.5 by taking the morning foursomes matches 2.5 - 1.5.

In the ten singles on Sunday afternoon, the USA team stormed to victory, winning eight of the ten ties to retain the trophy with a five point winning margin. In his final singles tie, Euan Walker lost to John Pak (Little Rock) by 2 & 1.

DOC THOM AYRSHIRE ORDER OF MERIT - Scott Brown leads with one event to play

Scott Brown (Prestwick St Cuthbert) leads the chase for the 2019 Doc Thom Ayrshire Order of merit title, with just one counting event remaining to be played this season.

In the penultimate counting event at the weekend, The Stone Trophy at Routenburn GC in Largs, Jack Whent (Largs) took maximum points with a scratch score of 72, one ahead of George Higgins (West Kilbride).

The remaining counting event is the 36 hole Arrol Cup which takes place on Saturday 21st September at Prestwick St Nicholas, and the title chase is sure to provide an exciting finish with one of four players still in a position to claim the title.

Present positions in the Ayrshire order of merit, with one counting event remaining are:-

442.5 SCOTT BROWN Prestwick St Cuthbert
402.08 STEVEN STAMPER Turnberry
387.5 MICHAEL SMYTH Royal Troon
270 STEVEN WALLACE Prestwick St Cuthbert
178.75 SANDY WALKER Kilmarnock Barassie
175 EUAN WALKER Kilmarnock Barassie
150 JIM JOHNSTON Ayr Belleisle
150 TOMMY McINALLY Loudoun
150 ALAN McLEAN Kilbirnie Place
137.5 DARREN MALLINSON Irvine
125 JACK  BROUN Turnberry
120 GEORGE HIGGINS West Kilbride
100 STEWART  RUSSELL Royal Troon
100 PAUL GIFFNEY Ardeer
100 ADAM CAMBERS Ayr Dalmilling
100 JACK WHENT Largs
75 STEVEN McEWAN Caprington
75 JOE McSORLEY Prestwick St Cuthbert
75 DAVID LONGAIR Troon St Meddans
75 MARK WATT Prestwick St Cuthbert
75 SCOTT DAVIDSON Largs
70.83 ROSS CADDIS Kilmarnock Barassie
65 BARRY O'ROURKE Loudoun
62.5 ANDREW IRVINE Troon Welbeck
62.5 GEORGE ROBERTSON Irvine
53.33 PETER  CROMBIE Caprington
50 STEVEN McCREADIE Ayr Belleisle
50 SEAN ADDIE Ayr Belleisle
50 JOHNY STEVENSON Troon Welbeck
50 GREGOR  MACKINTOSH Girvan
50 BLAIR MORTON Royal Troon
50 ALAN  McNEIL Routenburn
48.75 JAMES  McINTYRE Moorpark
45 GRAHAM McKENZIE West Kilbride
42.5 KEITH HAMILTON Ayr Belleisle
42.5 CRAIG TELFER Prestwick St Cuthbert
42.5 STUART  EASTON Irvine
35 WILLIAM  FLEMING Ballochmyle
35 ROBERT  McMASTER Girvan
35 GREG VERNON Kilmarnock Barassie
28.75 PETER  HUME Ardeer
27.5 PAUL DENIM Loudoun
27.5 COLIN HUME Ayr Belleisle
21.67 SAM McGIVERN Largs
21.67 CAMERON  SIMMONS Routenburn
21.67 WILLIAM  McGILL Irvine Ravenspark
20 CAMERON  AITKEN Largs
20 GARY HOLLAND Ballochmyle
17.5 SHAUN HEDGER West Kilbride
10 STUART WHITE Girvan
7.5 STUART PENNINGTON Troon St Meddans
7.5 SANDY BUCHANAN Prestwick S Nicholas
7.5 KEVIN THOMAS Troon Welbeck
7.5 ALAN SMEETON The Chase
7.5 JAMIE McCORMACK Irvine
7.5 AIDAN LONG Ayr Belleisle
5 KEVIN DOYLE Turnberry
5 CRAIG HAMILTON Ballochmyle
5 COLIN BERRY Prestwick St Cuthbert
5 KEVIN McGACHY Routenburn
3.33 ROBBIE MACINNES Rowallan Castle
3.33 BLAIR TAYLOR Rowallan Castle
2.5 SCOTT AINSWORTH Ardeer
2.5 CHRIS BONE Loudoun
2.5 CHARLES ALLAN Ardeer
2.5 BRUCE CALDOW Kilmarnock Barassie

Saturday, September 07, 2019

AYRSHIRE SCRATCH LEAGUE PLAY OFFS - Troon St Meddans take step towards Division 2 promotion.

Troon St Meddans have taken a step towards promotion to Division 2 following completion of the first of the Ayrshire Scratch Leagues play off matches recently.

In the division 2 - 3 play off, the St Meddans team travelled to Ayr Belleisle in the first leg of their showdown and it was the visitors, runners up in Division 3 this year, who took the plaudits with a 5.5 - 0.5 victory over their league 2 opponents. St meddans only require a single point from the return leg at home to take Ayr Belleisle' place in Division 2 next season.

The full list of play off matches are:-

DIVISION 1 - 2 PLAY OFF

Kilmarnock (Barassie) Vs Caprington
Caprington Vs Kilmarnock (Barassie)

DIVISION 2 - 3 PLAY OFF

Ayr Belleisle 0.5 Troon St Meddans 5.5
Troon St Meddans Vs Ayr Belleisle

DIVISION 3 - 4 PLAY OFF

Girvan Vs Kilbirnie Place
Kilbirnie Place vs Girvan

THE ARROL CUP - Late entries being accepted for final order of merit event of 2019


Prestwick St Nicholas GC are still taking entries for the prestigious Arrol Cup competition, which takes place on Saturday 21st September.

The 36 hole scratch event is one of the oldest amateur events in existence, dating back to 1893, and is the final qualifying competition for the 2019 Doc Thom Ayrshire Order of Merit. It is open to players from recognised clubs in the West of Scotland.

The closing date for entries is Sunday 8th September but the club will accept late entries up to the maximum field permitted.

Entry to the event costs £20 and entry forms can be downloaded via the club website at


The entry form and fee should be returned, together with a SAE to:

The Match Secretary
Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club
31 Grangemuir Road
PRESTWICK
KA9 1SN

Friday, September 06, 2019

SCOTTISH MEN'S AREA TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP - Ayrshire second place qualifiers for quarter finals at Leven


Ayrshire qualified for the match play stages of the Scottish men’s Area Team Championship, being played from 6th to 8th September at Leven and Scoonie in Fife, taking second top spot among the eight teams that qualified for the quarter finals.

Jim Johnston (Ayr Belleisle) led the way over the longer, par 71, Leven Links, with a one under par round of 70. Steven Wallace (Prestwick St Cuthbert) added a 72 and Tommy McInally (Loudoun) a 73, with the other two counting scores coming from Michael Smyth (Royal Troon), with a 75, and Steven Stamper (Turnberry) with 76. 

The discarded score over the Leven course was a 78 returned by Robbie Muir (Kilmarnock Barassie).

Over the shorter, par 67, Scoonie course, Robbie Muir and Michael Smyth both returned rounds of 66 with Jim Johnston and Tommy McInally recording rounds of 67 and Steven Wallace completing the team total with a round of 70.

Over the Scoonie course the discarded score was a 71 from Steven Stamper.

Ayrshire’s six round total of 702, twelve over par, was bettered only by Fife on 694. North east matched Ayrshire’s total to take the third qualifying spot.

The quarter final matches, which consist of one foursome and four singles ties, take place on the morning of Saturday 7th September with the semi final being played in the same format on Saturday afternoon.

The final, which consists of three foursomes and six singles, takes place on Sunday.

In the quarter finals Ayrshire will play The North on Saturday morning whilst top seeds Fife will face The South of Scotland.

The other two quarter finals feature North east against Lanarkshire and Lothians against Stirlingshire.

The full list of team scores from the qualifying rounds is:-

694 – Fife
702 – Ayrshire, North East
704 – Lothians, Stirlingshire
706 – Lanarkshire
708 – North
721 – South of Scotland
725 – Angus, Borders
726 – Perth & Kinross
727 – Renfrewshire
731 – Glasgow
732 – Dumbartonshire
746 – Clackmannan
748 – Argyll & Bute

EUROPEAN SENIOR MEN'S TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS - Scotland lose out to England in semi finals


Scotland’s Senior Men’s team lost by 4 - 1 to England in the semi-finals of the European Senior Men’s team Championship at Rungsted GC, Denmark on Friday morning, 6th September.

Despite the final margin of victory, the match was a close run encounter with the destination of a place in the final in doubt until the final few holes of the latter ties.

In the foursomes tie team captain Ian Borotherston again joined forces with Robert Smith and they battled all the way before eventually losing out to Ian Attoe & Alan Mew by 2&1.

In the lead singles tie, Ronnie Clark kept up his fine form, storming to a 5&3 victory over Rupert Kellock to square the match overall.

The anchor tie saw Graham Bell trail Paul Wharton for most of the tie, with Wharton eventually closing the tie out by 3&2 to put England 2-1 ahead with two tie remaining on course.

Stewart Henderson held a single hole lead through the turn in his tie against Rich Jones whilst Paul Moultrie from Royal Troon trailed Richard Norton by two holes through twelve, leaving the overall match finely balanced as the two ties moved into the last few holes.

Moultrie managed to reduce the deficit to one by the fifteenth, but this was offset by Henderson losing a hole to go back to square at the same stage.

With three holes to play there were still holes of Scotland squeezing past England to go through to the final but in the end, it was the England players who finished better, Jones edging out Henderson by one hole and Norton getting over the line against Moultrie with a 2&1 victory.

In Saturday’s final, England will play Ireland who beat Denmark 3 - 2 in their semi final, whilst Scotland will play off with Denmark for third place.

AYRSHIRE SENIORS LEAGUE - Ballochmyle lead the way


Ballochmyle lead the way in the 2019 Ayrshire Seniors League, with just a few matches still to be completed in September.


In what is proving to be an extremely tight finish to the championship this year, any of the top six teams in the table, as of 31st August, can still go on to claim the title.

The league positions at the end of August were:-

Team
P
W
L
Dr
Games For
Games Against
Dif
Pts
Ballochmyle
12
7
4
1
36
24
12
15
Largs
10
7
3

33.5
16.5
17
14
Ardeer
12
7
5

35
25
10
14
Prestwick St. Nicholas
11
7
4

29
26
3
14
Troon Welbeck
11
6
3
2
28
27
1
14
Kilbirnie Place
11
5
4
2
35
20
15
12
Troon St. Meddans
13
5
6
2
33.5
31.5
2
12
Irvine Ravenspark
13
4
5
4
30
35
-5
12
Kilmarnock Barassie
12
5
5
2
26.5
33.5
-7
12
Troon Portland
12
4
5
3
25
35
-10
11
Caprington
11
4
5
2
26
29
-3
10
Loudoun
11
4
7

25.5
29.5
-4
8
West Kilbride
11
4
7

24
31
-7
8
Prestwick St. Cuthbert
12
1
7
4
18
42
-24
6

Eight fixtures remain to be completed in September. These are:-

03-Sep
Kilmarnock Barassie

Prestwick St. Nicholas

05-Sep
Kilbirnie Place

Ballochmyle

10-Sep
Prestwick St. Nicholas

Troon Portland

10-Sep
West Kilbride

Ardeer

12-Sep
Largs 

Kilbirnie Place

19-Sep
Prestwick St. Cuthbert

Largs 

24-Sep
Troon Welbeck

Largs 

26-Sep
Loudoun

Troon Welbeck