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Ayrshire education for Stewartry

Academy (S1-S6), Club News | 21st May 2019

Stewartry progressed through to the semi-final stage against much fancied Ayr but despite appearing to win the game by two points, spectators and coaches had the score 28-26, the assistant referee appeared to have the score totted up at 26-26.

Despite our protests extra time had to be played and we lost 3 Tries to 1.

Marr then won convincingly in the final.

Stewartry only had a squad of 10 against the larger squads of Ayr and Marr.

Great day was had by all though despite this wee dispute and it was also fantastic to have our Under 18 Scotland cap Joseph Strain back playing with his mates for most of this teams last ever outing for Stewartry Colts before moving on to senior rugby


Ardrossan Seven’s


Group Stage:

Stewartry 10
Strathaven 7

Strathaven Try’s – 1
Strathaven Conversions – 1

Stewartry Try’s:
Finlay Smith 1
Oskar Kapron 1
Stewartry Conversions – 0

Marr 35
Stewartry. 10

Marr Tries – 5
Marr Conversions – 5

Stewartry Try’s:
Finlay Smith 1
Frank Gwynne 1
Stewartry Conversions – 0

Stewartry 21
Cumnock 5

Stewartry Try’s:
Joe Strain 1
Finlay Smith 1
Ali Wood 1

Stewartry Conversions:
Joe Strain 1
Finlay Smith 1
Ali Wood 1

Cumnock Try’s – 1
Cumnock Conversions – 0


Stewartry 26
Ayr 24

Stewartry Try’s:

Finlay Smith 2
Archie Nicolson 2

Stewartry Conversions:
Joseph Strain 3

Ayr Try’s – 4
Ayr Conversions – 2


Finlay Telfer
Finlay Smith
Connor McGuire
Andy Budde
Oskar Kapron
Archie Nicolson (players player of the year)
Ali Wood
Joseph Strain
Frank Gwynne
Gregor Todd

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