One of the main traits of the FOSROC Super6 was its' promise to provide a platform for young up-and-comers, but seasoned vet Frazier Climo is relishing life in the new competition.

Pic: Climo bags the Ayrshire Bulls' first ever points (SNS/SRU) Whether you're from Scotland's west coast or reside in the shadow of Mt. Taranaki, those in rugby circles will have heard his name. The Ayr RFC stalwart has enjoyed a career both sides of the equator. A New Plymouth product, the fly-half has turned out for Mitre 10 side Taranki as-well as Scarlets in the Pro14, with his Ayr career falling either side. "What we achieved in my first spell at Ayr sent me on my way, and to come back a good few years later and do it all again felt great". Now a proud Killie native, with wife Shelly and kids Mila and Luke, the 32-year old is showing no sign in slowing. His touchline, injury-time, winner in this year's Scottish Cup final instantly etched into club folklore - and he plans for more of the same in the inaugural FOSROC Super6 season: "The great thing about this club is every year we want top spot. Ayr built up a reputation to be in with a shout season-after-season, and the Bulls will be no different. "We are starting to hit our stride after a disappointing round one. We have a lot of new faces and a lot of talent, so we are clicking better every time out on the field".

Thirsty work - Climo is reprising his beloved 'Taradise' colours this season, wearing the new Whiteleys retreat charity Bulls jersey. Available to buy- Click here! (Photo - George McMillan//Ayrshire Bulls)  Now in the later stages of his playing career, Climo is involved in Peter Murchie's coaching set-up, alongside working full-time as a Development Officer for the Ayr Community Rugby Trust. "I get a real kick out of coaching, and I get a lot out of heading up the Ayr Senior Academy. These guys are in their final years before adult rugby, so it is all about maximising their potential. "We have a strong spine at Ayr RFC, and even more so now with the club XV there's great opportunities for youngsters to kick on straight out of U18s". The fly-half is taking one game at a time, and is looking forward the the challenge Watsonian Rugby will bring when they travel to Millbrae this Saturday: "We played them in pre-season so know a bit about them, but I'm sure this Saturday's game will be unrecognisable to that runaround. "They are top of the Super6 for a reason so we will be wary, but I know the Bulls will be firing come kick-off". The match kicks-off at 15.00 and you can secure your tickets below: