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  1. Kilmarnock v Sevco 5088

    Personally I thought this was some sort of hyperlink
  2. Kilmarnock v Sevco 5088

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48328882 That speech is a belter.
  3. Playoff Final - Raith v Queens / Queens v Raith

    Old guys wanting selfies, gahds
  4. Playoff Final - Raith v Queens / Queens v Raith

    Someone shoot the seagulls please
  5. The Ultimate Super Ayr Thread

    Just before we moved from Ayr in 1988 and the old man had a few cashflow problems I vividly remember him trying to get both of us in by writing a cheque! Failed
  6. Playoff Final - Raith v Queens / Queens v Raith

    Can we move the 2nd leg to BBC Scotland please?
  7. I really like the new playoff format in the National Conference to League Two in England, where single game eliminators take place before a final at Wembley. The teams higher up get home advantage prior to the final.
  8. The Ultimate Super Ayr Thread

    I suggest anyone doing this takes a printout of the Scotrail link in the original post covering the routes affected and the weekends applicable, in case of stubborn Scotrail staff. Fair play to @Meathead for this, its a cunning ruse
  9. The Ultimate Super Ayr Thread

    You'd need either a Smartcard with the season ticket loaded on or a photocard with a paper ticket I think. I've got a monthly season ticket from Troon to Edinburgh (yes, mental I know) and I think I already qualify as the Glasgow to Edinburgh via Cumbernauld is one of the routes I can take.
  10. The Ultimate Super Ayr Thread

    That normally applies to the number of advance single tickets left available to purchase. I'm trying to spot a catch here and can't find it. I can't believe you can just order a wee season ticket on the Fife line and be able to travel anywhere but that does seem to be what they're saying! From the FAQS: "Customers don’t need to apply. Those on the qualifying routes just present their season ticket – valid at the time of travel – to gateline and on-train colleagues. If someone is accompanying you, they will not need a ticket to travel, but they do need to be with you at all times on the journey." I think the only risk is that this assumes all Scotrail staff have been briefed in advance about this offer, so there may be a bit of hassle trying to get through the barriers at Queen St and Inverness armed only with a Dunfermline to Dunfermline weekly season ticket.
  11. Queens v Partick

    We always get the Virgin train to Carlisle then 40 minutes to Dumfries, far more pleasant. Although tomorrow the line is shut for engineering works. Certainly worth considering in future. Plus Carlisle is wild (in a good way) on a Saturday night. Sorry, just seen the previous post about this option
  12. Yes second leg is confirmed as Saturday 3pm
  13. First leg Tuesday if Ayr finish 4th, Wednesday if not. Second leg Saturday.
  14. Subject to pointless procrastination more like. (love ma big words)
  15. The Ultimate Super Ayr Thread

    SPFL site still says May 7/8 in the "key dates" section. It's an absolute joke that we're still asking this question eight days before we might play the game. Last season they announced the dates on April 24th and it was Tuesday night/Friday night. So given the season finished a week earlier last year I'd expect confirmation by tomorrow.