Warriors Bound For Brig O'Doon

Glasgow Warriors players Craig Hamilton, Sam Pinder, Colin Shaw and James Eddie will be heading to Ayrshire on Sunday to meet participants in the Scottish International Youth Festival of Rugby._The prestigious Calcutta Cup will also be on display during the opening ceremony of the tournament as well as later in the day.This yeara?'s festival has attracted a record number of entrants with 74 teams from Scotland, Ireland, Wales and England taking part, meaning therea?"ll be more than 1200 players and a similar number of parents, coaches and families in and around historic Alloway for this vibrant event._Ita?'s proved so popular that Team Tours, the festival partners with Ayr RFC, have already received nearly 400 provisional bookings for next yeara?'s tournament!The festival, now in its third year, will be taking place at Doonside playing fields, a short walk (across the famous Brig O Doon) from Millbrae, the home of Ayr RFC._The organizers have thanked Wellington School for their permission to use the area. Further information, including the draw for the event, can be found on www.ayrrugbyclub.co.uk Glasgow Warriors players Craig Hamilton, Sam Pinder, Colin Shaw and James Eddie will be heading to Ayrshire on Sunday to meet participants in the Scottish International Youth Festival of Rugby._The prestigious Calcutta Cup will also be on display during the opening ceremony of the tournament as well as later in the day.This yeara?'s festival has attracted a record number of entrants with 74 teams from Scotland, Ireland, Wales and England taking part, meaning therea?"ll be more than 1200 players and a similar number of parents, coaches and families in and around historic Alloway for this vibrant event._Ita?'s proved so popular that Team Tours, the festival partners with Ayr RFC, have already received nearly 400 provisional bookings for next yeara?'s tournament!The festival, now in its third year, will be taking place at Doonside playing fields, a short walk (across the famous Brig O Doon) from Millbrae, the home of Ayr RFC._The organizers have thanked Wellington School for their permission to use the area. Further information, including the draw for the event, can be found on www.ayrrugbyclub.co.uk