Sunday, October 31, 2004


14 member clubs were represented at the Annual General Meeting of the Association, held at Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club on Wednesday 20th October 2004.

Outgoing President, Robin Baker (Troon Welbeck) opened proceedings by welcoming the members present before giving a summary of the Associations activities throughout the season, and paying tribute to the members of the County Executive for their efforts during his two year term of office.

President Baker made particular mention of long serving Secretary/Treasurer, Leslie Crawford, Coaching Convenor Ricky Magee and his team, Ian Walker and Ian Guthrie for their work with the Boys and Youths teams, Course rating officials Iain Harvey and David McKie, SGU representative Morgan Hall and the tournament convenor Sandy Provan, who ensured that the events throughout the year passed succesfully.

President Baker gave a resume of the competitions throughout the season.

The Strokeplay Championship over Troon Lochgreen was shared, for the first time, by Alex Gourlay (Irvine) and Ross Duncan (Brodick), who could not be seperated after 6 play off holes.

David McLure (Ballochmyle) beat defending champion, Barry Crawford (West Kilbride) in the Matchplay Championship final at Western Gailes.

The Ayrshire Club Championship was contested at the Kelburn course in Largs, and it was the team from the host club, Largs, who won the title this year. The club went on to represent Ayrshire in the Scottish Final at Erskine, finishing in 9th place.

The Ayrshire Boys Championship was played in August at Kilmarnock (Barassie) and resulted in Iain Menzies (Largs) edging out Michael Stewart (Troon Welbeck) to take the strokeplay title.

The Ayrshire Boys Matchplay was again contested over the links of Prestwick Golf Club and Michael Stewart again found himself the runner up, with Jamie Murchie (Lamlash) winning the trophy this year.

Royal Troon was again the venue for the final of the Ayrshire Champion Of Champions competition and Tommy McInally (Loudoun) was succesful in defending the trophy, beating John Sloan (Doon Valley) on the final green.

The John Boyd Memorial Quaich was won at Caprington by a team from Annanhill G.C. with Hurlford Loco taking second place.

Annanhill also took the Ayrshire Fourball title, beating Doon Valley in the final at Ardeer in September.

The Autumn meeting at Ardeer was well supported by the host club in particular, with many locals featuring in the prizes, led by Sam Stewart with the best nett. Alan McLean of Kilbirnie Place won the scratch prize.

The Summer League competition was won for the second successive year by Ballochmyle who narrowly defeated Irvine (Bogside) by 6.5 - 5.5 in the two leg final.

The Doc Thom Order Of Merit was won by Barry Crawford of West Kilbride with David McLure (Ballochmyle) taking the runners up spot.

President Baker also reported on the achievements of Ayrshire players on a national level, in particular the Kilmarnock Barassie trio of Robert McKnight, David Addison and Steven McEwan who all represented Scotland at Boys International level throughout the season, and Cameron Gray (West Kilbride) along with Michael Stewart (Troon Welbeck) who both gained international honours at under 16 level.

The Boys County Team narrowly failed to win the Wishart Trophy in the West Of Scotland league, despite some good results.

The County A Team narrowly failed to reach the last four in the Area Team Championships, with the highlight being a notable win over Perth & Kinross at Blairgowrie in their final section match.

On conclusion of the Presidents Report, Secretary Leslie Crawford gave the financial report before Ricky Magee reported on coaching matters.

The team of 3 coaching professionals, Gregor Howie, Graham Ross and Bill Lockie were augmented this year by Richard Gordon , assistant professional at Ayr Belleisle, who joined the team to assist in the delivery of an increasingly strong coaching structure.

The number of coaching days this season were increased from the previous year and included boys at all levels, from under 14 through to under 18, with a further development being scheduled for Sunday 14th November, with a talent ID day at Inverclyde National Sports Centre at Largs. Through club junior convenors, a number of boys, mostly under 14 years of age have been identified and will be invited to attend training and assessment sessions throughout the day.

In closing Mr. Magee paid tribute to the praactical support received from Wilson Sporting Goods and Brunston Castle Golf Club and the efforts of Ian Walker, in respect of the coaching programme and its delivery.

A brief course rating report was given before Morgan Hall reported on the business of the Scottish Golf Union throughout the year.

Mr. Hall report touched on the demise of the Scottish National Golf Centre, Child and Adult Protection issues, the unified CONGU handicapping scheme and other matters, including new appointments within the SGU and the work of the Junuior Golf Partnership and the Clubgolf inituiative, the national project to give all 9 year olds in Scotland the opportunity to experience golf, by 2009.

In conclusion, Mr. Hall praised the 5 juniors from Ayrshire who had gained international recognition throughout the season and hoped that this success would continue and Ayrshire would provide some full international representatives in the near future.

Ayrshire Junior Golf League Secretary, Alasdair Malcolm reported on the Leagues activities throughout the season with the principal prizewinners being listed:

MATT LYGATE TROPHY - Kilmarnock Barassie
CARRICK TROPHY - Fergus Cunningham (Ardeer)
BOYS MATCHPLAY CHAMPION - Jamie Murchie (Lamlash)
CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS - Cameron Gray (West Kilbride)
JUNIOR ORDER OF MERIT - Steven McEwan (Barassie)

At the conclusion of the reports, President Baker thanked the members for the honour of serving as President, before nominating Ian Guthrie (Ballochmyle) as his successor.

On election to the Presidency, Ian Guthrie paid tribute to the efforts of Robin Baker over his tenure as President, and throughout his term on the Executive.

Mr. Guthrie thereafter successfully nominated Ricky Magee (Caprington) as Vice President for the next two years.

Leslie Crawford was re elected as Secretary Treasurer of the association.

Sandy Provan (Kilmarnock Barassie) and Morgan Hall (West Kilbride) were re elected to the Executive, whilst Stewart Macaulay (Kilmarnock Barassie) was also elected to the Execuitive to fill the third available vacancy.

Morgan Hall was re elected as Ayrshire's representative to the SGU.

Prior to the conclusion of the meeting it was agreed that the per capita subscription to The Association for member clubs would remain at £1.75 and the meeting was advised that the per capita subscription to the SGU would reduce to £6.00 next year.

The meeting closed at 8.05 p.m. with a vote of thanks to the chair.

WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUES - Youth team extend unbeaten run with victory over Stirlingshire - A Team match postponed

The Ayrshire youths team extended their unbeaten run in this years West Of Scotland Inter County Youths League to 4 games with a 7 - 3 win over Stirlingshire at Ayr Seafield on Saturday (30th October).

With Ayrshire leading in most of the ties throughout, only John Sloan (Doon Valley) and Gary Neil (Caprington) suffered defeat, both by the narrowest one hole margin.

Ian Guthrie (Ballochmyle) who, unlike his team mates,was down during most of his tie gained a notable half match by driving the final green and holing his putt for an eagle 2 to win the hole and square the match.

MATCH RESULTS (Ayrshire names first)

CHRIS HARKINS (Belleisle) beat B. Rushford (Grangemouth) 2 & 1
JOHN SLOAN (Doon Valley) lost to S. Ferguson (Falkirk Tryst) 1 hole
IAN GUTHRIE (Ballochmyle) halved with J. Donaldson (Brucefields)
GARRY NEIL (Caprington) lost to A. Kane (Grangemouth) 1 hole
JAMIE WILSON (Ballochmyle) beat G. Robertson (Glenbervie) 2 & 1
GRAEME GEBBIE (Loudoun) beat R. Kane (Grangemouth) 1 hole
CRAIG HAMILTON (Ballochmyle) beat J. Motherwell (Kilsyth) 4 & 2
LEE HUGHES (Belleisle) beat G. Smith (Stirling) 3 & 1
STUART ROBIN (St. Nicholas) halved with C. Scott (Falkirk)
JAMIE MACKAY (St. Meddans) beat R. Mathieson (Falkirk) 2 & 1


Next Saturday the youths team travel to meet Lanarkshire at Drumpellier, hoping to secure a win to have the chance of taking the W.O.S. league title this year.

The Ayrshire A team were due to meet Stirlingshire at Stirling Golf Club on Saturday, but ground conditions at the course led to the postponement of the match.

Next Saturday (6 November) Ayrshire play host to Lanarkshire at Irvine (Bogside) in the final scheduled match of the series.

Monday, October 25, 2004


The Annual General Meeting of the A.L.C.G.A. will be held at



TUESDAY 9th NOVEMBER 2004 at 2.30 p.m.

All A.L.C.G.A. members are welcome to attend.

Sunday, October 24, 2004

WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUES - Youth team gain draw away to Renfrewshire

The Ayrshire youth team grabbed a last gasp draw in their latest match in this seasons West Of Scotland Inter County League, against joint league leaders Renfrewshire, at Caldwell on Saturday 23rd October.

With both teams having won their opening matches, the game was always likely to be close.

Ayrshire took the early lead, with John Sloan (Doon Valley) and Ian Guthrie (Ballochmyle) winning the opening two ties by 3 & 2 and 1 hole respectively, but Renfrewshire took the following two games to square the match at 2 - 2.

In the 5th tie Graeme Gebbie (Loudoun) was unfortunate to lose the head of, and the use of, his driver early in the match, which no doubt contributed to his 5 & 4 defeat, but Craig Hamilton (Ballochmyle) squared the match at 3 - 3 with a 2 hole win in match 6.

Defeats for Lee Hughes (Belleisle) and Jamie Mackay (St. Meddans) in the 7th and 10th ties left Renfrewshire 5 - 3 ahead and only requiring a half in one of the remaining two games on the course.

Alastair Leggate (Barassie) reduced the defecit to 5 - 4 with a 2 & 1 win in his tie, leaving Cameron Gray (West Kilbride) to shoulder Ayrshire's hopes. All square on the 18th tee, the former Ayrshire Boys Champion and under 16 internationalist showed his mettle, gaining a fine birdie on the last hole to give him a 1 hole win and Ayrshire a very worthwile draw in the match.

MATCH RESULTS (Ayrshire names first)

JOHN SLOAN (Doon Valley) beat S. Higgins (Gourock) 3 & 2
IAN GUTHRIE (Ballochmyle) beat G. Shepherd (Erskine) 1 hole
JAMIE WILSON (Ballochmyle) lost to A. Brown (East Renfrew.) 2 & 1
GARRY NEIL (Caprington) lost to C. Cook (Renfrew) 3 & 2
GRAEME GEBBIE (Loudoun) lost to C. Michael (Old Ranfurly) 5 & 4
CRAIG HAMILTON (Ballochmyle) beat R. Connolly (Fereneze) 2 holes
LEE HUGHES (Belleisle) lost to M. Robertson (Ranfurly Castle) 6 & 5
ALASTAIR LEGGATE (Barassie) beat P. Hubner (Caldwell) 2 & 1
CAMERON GRAY (West Kilbride) beat L. McDonald (Lochwinnoch) 1 hole
JAMIE MACKAY (St. Meddans) lost to D. Sloan (Greenock) 3 & 2


Next Saturday (30th) the Ayrshire Youths team play host to Stirlingshire Youths at Ayr Seafield with a first tee of time of 11.00 a.m.

WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUES - A Team defeated by Renfrewshire at Belleisle

Despite taking the leading two ties in their third match in this seasons West Of Scotland Inter County Leagues, Ayrshire were defeated by 6.5 - 3.5 by Renfrewshire at Ayr Belleisle on Saturday 23rd October.

The match started well for Ayrshire with Tommy Loy of Ballochmyle, in the lead tie, racing ahead with 5 birdies in the first 8 holes to set up a 6 & 4 win. Steven Wallace of St. Cuthbert followed on with a 2 & 1 victory to put Ayrshire 2 -0 in front, but the momentum could not be sustained, and only Steven Spence (Irvine), with a 3 & 2 win and Kevin Fergusson (St. Cuthbert) with a halved match, were able to add to Ayrshire's total.

MATCH RESULTS (Ayrshire names first)

TOMMY LOY (Ballochmyle) beat Ian Colquhoun (Ranfurly Castle) 6 & 4
STEVEN WALLACE (St. Cuthbert) beat Ronnie Clark (Erskine) 2 & 1
BERT FERGUSON (Royal Troon) lost to Andrew Farmer (Kilmacolm) 1 hole
STEVEN McEWAN (Barassie) lost to Keith Hamilton (Whitecraigs) 2 holes
ROBERT McKNIGHT (Barassie) lost to Nicky Gold (Bonnyton) 2 & 1
ALAN DICKIE (Barassie) lost to David McFarlane (Greenock) 3 & 2
STEPHEN McBLAIN (St. Cuthbert) lost to Gregor Munro (Ranfurly Castle) 3 & 2
KEVIN FERGUSSON (St. Cuthbert) halved with Martin Clark (Old Ranfurly)
STEVEN SPENCE (Irvine) beat Brian Park (Cochrane Castle) 3 & 2
BARRY CRAWFORD (W. Kilbride) lost to David Miller (Fereneze) 3 & 2


Next Saturday (30th) Ayrshire travel to meet Stirlingshire at Stirling Golf Club.

Friday, October 22, 2004

AYRSHIRE GOLF ASSOCIATION - Ian Guthrie of Ballochmyle elected President at A.G.M.

Ian Guthrie of Ballochmyle Golf Club was elected President of The Ayrshire Golf Association for the next two years, at the Annual General Meeting at Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club on Wednesday 20th October.

Ricky Magee of Caprington Golf Club will serve as Vice President for the next two years.

A full report on the A.G.M. business will be published in the near future.
The new Ayrshire Golf Association President, Ian Guthrie (Ballochmyle G.C.) Posted by Hello

Vice President of The Ayrshire Golf Association, Ricky Magee (Caprington G.C.) Posted by Hello

Monday, October 18, 2004

WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUES - positions after week 2

After week 2 of 5 in this seasons West Of Scotland inter county leagues, the Ayrshire A team are in mid table whilst the Youths share the lead in their league with Renfrewshire.

Results so far in the A League:

Dumbartonshire 6 Ayrshire 4
Glasgow 4 Renfrewshire 6
Stirlingshire 3.5 Lanarkshire 6.5

Ayrshire 6.5 Glasgow 3.5
Renfrewshire 7.5 Stirlingshire 2.5
Dumbartonshire 4.5 Lanarkshire 5.5

Present positions in the league are:


RENFREWSHIRE - 2/2/0/0/13.5/6.5/+7/4
LANARKSHIRE - 2/2/0/0/12/8/+4/4
AYRSHIRE - 2/1/0/1/10.5/9.5/+1/2
DUMBARTONSHIRE - 2/1/0/1/10.5/9.5/+1/2
GLASGOW - 2/0/0/2/7.5/12.5/-5/0
STIRLINGSHIRE - 2/0/0/2/6/14/-8/0

Ayrshire have a chance to improve their position when they face Renfrewshire at Ayr Belleisle on Saturday (23rd).

Results so far in the Youths league are:

Ayrshire 6.5 Dumbartonshire 3.5
Renfrewshire 7.5 Glasgow 2.5
Lanarkshire 3 Stirlingshire 7

Glasgow 3 Ayrshire 7
Stirlingshire 4 Renfrewshire 6
Lanarkshire Vs. Dumbartonshire - postponed(course closed)

Present positions in the Youth League are:


AYRSHIRE - 2/2/0/0/13.5/6.5/+7/4
RENFREWSHIRE - 2/2/0/0/13.5/6.5/+7/4
STIRLINGSHIRE - 2/1/0/1/11/9/+2/2
DUMBARTONSHIRE - 1/0/0/1/3.5/6.5/-3/0
LANARKSHIRE - 1/0/0/1/3/7/-4/0
GLASGOW - 2/0/0/2/5.5/14.5/-9/0

Ayrshire youths face a crunch match this Saturday (23rd) when they travel to Caldwell to play joint leaders Renfrewshire.

Sunday, October 17, 2004

WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUES - Ayrshire A Team defeat Glasgow

On Saturday (16th) the Ayrshire A team bounced back from last week's defeat at Dumbarton to record a good home win over Glasgow at West Kilbride.

Defeat in the opening match for Barry Crawford of the host club was offset by David Addison's notable win over Peter Jamieson of Cathkin Braes.

In the third tie, Kilmarnock Barassie's boys internationalist, Steven McEwan was far from disgraced in his 4 & 3 defeat, his opponent Keith McNair being 5 under par when the match concluded.

The middle order matches proved decisive for Ayrshire, the St. Cuthbert duo of David Glass and Steven Wallace both recording 4 & 3 wins and Robert McKnight having a notable 2 & 1 win against Glasgow Open winner Graeme Cox of Pollock.

Despite Kevin Ferguson (St. Cuthbert) suffering a narrow defeat, the last three Ayrshire players, Steven Spence, Tommy Loy and Ian Brown took 2.5 points from 3 to complete a good team performance.

MATCH RESULTS (Ayrshire names first)

BARRY CRAWFORD (West Kilbride) lost to
Graeme Gorrie (Haggs castle) 2 & 1
DAVID ADDISON (Barassie) beat
Peter Jamieson (Cathkin Braes) 2 & 1
STEVEN McEWAN (Barassie) lost to
Keith McNair (Glasgow) 4 & 3
ROBERT McKNIGHT (Barassie) beat
Graeme Cox (Pollock) 2 & 1
DAVID GLASS (St. Cuthbert) beat
Gordon Rennie (Cathkin Braes) 4 & 3
STEVEN WALLACE (St. Cuthbert) beat
Gordon Sangster (Cathkin Braes) 4 & 3
KEVIN FERGUSSON (St. Cuthbert) lost to
Gordon Miller (Cawder) 1 hole
STEVEN SPENCE (Irvine) halved with
Lindsay Miller (Cawder)
TOMMY LOY (Ballochmyle) beat
Les McLaughlin (Cowglen) 2 & 1
IAN BROWN (West Kilbride) beat
Gus Lamont (Haggs Castle) 1 hole


Next Saturday (23rd) the Ayrshire A team face Renfrewshire at Ayr Belleisle, with a first tee off time of 11.00 a.m..

WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUES - Youth team make it two wins from two

The Ayrshire Youths team gained their second successive win in this season's West Of Scotland inter county championship with a 7 - 3 win on Saturday 16th October over Glasgow at Bishopbriggs. The 10 man team recorded five wins, four halved matches and only one defeat in the match, with the most notable performance of the day being the effort of Ballochmyle's Jamie Wilson, who fought back from 4 down with 4 to play, for a half match.

MATCH RESULTS (Ayrshire names first):

JOHN SLOAN (Doon Valley) beat Neil McBride (Cowglen) 2 & 1
IAN GUTHRIE (Ballochmyle) beat Steven Ferries (Bishopbriggs) 4 & 3
JAMIE WILSON (Ballochmyle) halved with Andrew Quinn (Sandyhills)
GARRY NEIL (Caprington) beat Andrew Jamieson (Haggs Castle) 5 & 4
GRAEME GEBBIE (Loudoun) beat Kenny Johnston (Bishopbriggs) 5 & 3
CRAIG HAMILTON (Ballochmyle) halved with Chris Laughlan (Cawder)
ALASTAIR LEGGATE (Barassie) lost to James Houston (Cawder) 3 & 1
LEE HUGHES (Belleisle) halved with Brendan McKenna (Cowglen)
CAMERON GRAY (West Kilbride) beat Graeme Fisher (Cowglen) 5 & 4
JAMIE MACKAY (St. Meddans) halved with Alan Seddon (Pollock)


Next Saturday (23rd) the youths team travel to play Renfrewshire at Caldwell, with an 11.00 a.m. tee off.

Monday, October 11, 2004

WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUES - A Team narrowly defeated by Dumbartonshire

Despite an encouraging start in their first match in this seasons West Of Scotland County League, the Ayrshire A team suffered a narrow 6 - 4 defeat at Helensburgh on Saturday 9th October, against Dumbartonshire.

Tommy McInally (Loudoun) had a difficult task in the lead match, against former Scottish Champion and Walker Cup squad member Andrew MacArthur (Windyhill), with the scottish internationalist taking the tie by 5 & 4 to put Dumbartonshire into the lead.

In the second tie, Scottish boys internationalist David Addison (Kilmarnock Barassie) earned a notable half match against fellow boys internationalist and Scottish Boys Champion, Scott Henry (Cardross).

When Kilmarnock Barassie duo, Stuart MacAulay and Alan Dickie won the next two ties, by 3 & 2 and 2 & 1 over Kevin Smith and Craig Checkley respectively, Ayrshire held a 2.5 - 1.5 lead.

Despite this, only a half match from David Glass (Prestwick St. Cuthbert) and a 4 & 3 win by Barry Crawford (West Kilbride) could add to Ayrshire's total, leaving them just short of taking anything from the match.

In the remaining ties, David Orchison (Ballochmyle) was defeated by 3 & 2 in his debut match for the county side, both Ross Duncan (Brodick) and Steven Spence (Irvine) suffered 2 & 1 defeats, whilst Stephen McBlain (Prestwickl St. Cuthbert) was narrowly defeated by one hole to give Dumbartonshire a clear win in the match.


Tommy McInally (Loudoun) lost to A. MacArthur (Windyhill) 5 & 4
David Addison (Barassie) halved with S. Henry (Cardross)
Stuart Macaulay (Barassie) beat K. Smith by 3 & 2
Alan Dickie (Barassie) beat C. Checkley 2 & 1
David Glass (St. Cuthbert) halved his match
Stephen McBlain (St. Cuthbert) lost by 1 hole
Ross Duncan (Brodick) lost 2 & 1
David Orchison (Ballochmyle) lost 3 & 2
Barry Crawford (West Kilbride) won 4 & 3
Steven Spence (Irvine) lost 2 & 1


Next Saturday, 16th October, Ayrshire meet Glasgow, with the A team playing at home over West Kilbride whilst the youth team travel to Bishopbriggs. Both matches tee off at 11.00 a.m. and spectators are very welcome.

Sunday, October 10, 2004

WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUES - Ayrshire youths get off to a winning start

The Ayrshire youth team got off to a winning start in the 2004 West Of Scotland County Leagues at Prestwick St. Cuthbert on Saturday 9th October, with a 6.5 - 3.5 win over Dumbartonshire.

Honours were even over the first 5 matches, with a win for each county and three halved matches, but the latter games proved decisive, with the Ballochmyle duo of Ian Guthrie and Craig Hamilton recording 5&4 and 3&2 wins respectively to set up a good win.

The full results were (Ayrshire names first):

CHRIS HARKINS (Belleisle) beat C. Colraine (Windyhill) 2 holes
JAMIE WILSON (Ballochmyle) lost to S. Sheerin (Dullatur) 3 & 2
GARRY NEIL (Caprington) halved with J. McEwan (Clydebank & Dist.)
LEE HUGHES (Belleisle) halved with P. Brown (Cardross)
CAMERON GRAY (W. Kilbride) halved with S. Barras (Helensburgh)
IAN GUTHRIE (Ballochmyle) beat P. Boreland (Windyhill) 5 & 4
CRAIG HAMILTON (Ballochmyle) beat D. Wylie (Lenzie) 3 & 2
STUART ROBIN (St. Nicholas) beat K. McKenzie (Balmore) 3 & 2
ALASTAIR LEGGATE (Barassie) lost to A. Nelson (Douglas Pk.) 2 & 1
JAMIE MACKAY (St. Meddans) beat G. Stewart (Lenzie) 3 & 2


Sunday, October 03, 2004

AYRSHIRE GOLF ASSOCIATION - Ballochmyle take summer league title

Ballochmyle became the 2004 Summer League champions on Sunday when they narrowly edged out Irvine (Bogside) over the two leg final matches.

On Saturday Irvine played host to the new champions at the Bogside course, but it was the visitors, Ballochmyle, who gained the advantage with a 3.5 - 2.5 victory.

The second leg on Sunday proved very close, but the Ballochmyle squad did enough in their home match to secure a 3-3 draw and take the title by 6.5 - 5.5 overall.

BALLOCHMYLE 6.5 IRVINE (Bogside) 5.5

Saturday, October 02, 2004


The competitions for the 2004 West Of Scotland inter county titles at 'A' and youth levels begin on Saturday 9th October. All matches consist of 10 ties and begin at 1100 a.m.. The full list of fixtures (and venues) is:

WEEK 1 - Saturday 9th October

A - Dumbartonshire Vs. Ayrshire (Helensburgh)
Y - Ayrshire Vs. Dumbartonshire (Prestwick St. Cuthbert)
A - Glasgow Vs. Renfrewshire (Cathkin Braes)
Y - Renfrewshire Vs. Glasgow (Ranfurly Castle)
A - Stirlingshire Vs. Lanarkshire (Falkirk Tryst)
Y - Lanarkshire Vs. Stirlingshire (Crow Wood)

WEEK 2 - Saturday 16th October

A - Ayrshire Vs. Glasgow (West Kilbride)
Y - Glasgow Vs. Ayrshire (Bishopbriggs)
A - Renfrewshire Vs. Stirlingshire (Bonnyton)
Y - Stirlingshire Vs. Renfrewshire (Falkirk)
A - Dumbartonshire Vs. Lanarkshire (Hilton Park)
Y - Lanarkshire Vs. Dumbartonshire (Bellshill)

WEEK 3 - Saturday 23rd October

A - Ayrshire Vs. Renfrewshire (Ayr Belleisle)
Y - Renfrewshire Vs. Ayrshire (Caldwell)
A - Lanarkshire Vs. Glasgow (Strathaven)
Y - Glasgow Vs. Lanarkshire (Williamwood)
A - Stirlingshire Vs. Dumbartonshire (Callander)
Y - Dumbartonshire Vs. Stirlingshire (Milngavie)

WEEK 4 - Saturday 30th October

A - Stirlingshire Vs. Ayrshire (Stirling)
Y - Ayrshire Vs. Stirlingshire (Ayr Seafield)
A - Dumbartonshire Vs. Glasgow (Balmore)
Y - Glasgow Vs. Dumbartonshire (Cathcart Castle)
A - Lanarkshire Vs. Renfewshire (Hamilton)
Y - Renfrewshire Vs. Lanarkshire (Cochrane Castle)

WEEK 5 - Saturday 6th November

A - Ayrshire Vs. Lanarkshire (Irvine)
Y - Lanarkshire Vs. Ayrshire (Drumpellier)
A - Glasgow Vs. Stirlingshire (Glasgow Gailes)
Y - Stirlingshire Vs. Glasgow (Falkirk Tryst)
A - Renfrewshire Vs. Dumbartonshire (Old Ranfurly)
Y - Dumbartonshire Vs. Renfrewshire (T.B.A.)


With Stirlingshire already assured of the title, the last match of the season between Ayrshire & Stirlingshire on Sunday 26th September at Brunston Castle was cancelled. There are no plans to replay the match.