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After a solid win against Galston 2 in the quarter final of the Rink Championship the Ayr and Alloway rink comprising Ed Baines (Skip), Jim Nelson, Willie Scott and Alan McKinlay did not underestimate the challenge Fairywell would provide in the semi final.

On 4 November 2021, an Ayr and Alloway rink comprising Ed Baines (Skip), Jim Nelson, Willie Scott and Allan Chapman played against a strong Galston 2 rink of James Dykes, Gillian King, Alan Brown and Fiona McGinnis in the quarter final of the Rink Championship at Ayr Ice Rink.

On Monday afternoon 25th October we had our annual fixture with Ayr Country Club. In absence of our injured President Alan, Ed Baines skipped a team of Liz Tait, Dorothy Dawson and Alicia Smith and David Gray skipped Paul Williams, June Richmond and Alan McHarg.

Eglinton Jug

24/10/2021

Ayr and Alloway 2 had a thrilling match against the eventual winners, Sorn.

Well it's been a long time, but it felt so good to get back socialising with all the Ayr and Alloway crowd. President Alan Richmond welcomed everyone and was vey encouraged by the sizeable turnout.

The Ayr and Alloway committee have been working over the summer to ensure everything is in place for the start of the season. The rinks have been drawn and we are delighted to have eight rinks again this year, along with a good list of reserves.

Elma Stevenson was born on 17th May 1937 and was the youngest of three children to John and Ann Stevenson of Gateside, Ayr.

At the AGM, held virtually on Zoom, on 24 March 2021, President Hazel Steele chaired the meeting with 30 members present. She noted it had been a strange and difficult year since the Coronovirus virus struck the country, and only one game had been played this season. Hazel continued, "The Club and the ice rink had made such great plans,...

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