In an action-packed day on Twitter and Instagram, Ayr Rugby unveiled their remaining Ayrshire Bulls players - with two being announced every hour on the hour.

The day kick-started at 10 am with the news that Ayr Rugby centurion Craig Gossman will be plying his trade with the Bulls this season. The winger was a fan favourite at Millbrae during his seven-year stint but headed east to Boroughmuir last year. Alongside the Scotland Club regular was Glasgow Hawks second-row Fraser Hastie, who will also join the Ayrshire Bulls. It was a double-serving of young props at 11 am, with GHA's Michael Scott being unveiled beside Ewan Davies, who joins from Jersey Reds in the Greene King IPA Championship. Aged at 22 and 20 respectively, the two have a bright future at Millbrae in front of them. Midday saw Ayr Academy product Cam Reece announced alongside Outside Back Tom Lewis, who joins from Durham University RFC. 13.00 welcomed Argentine prop Nicolas Griffiths from Club Alcobendas Rugby and Gavin Wilson from Glasgow Hawks. A 19-year old back-row, Wilson is a product of Dumfries Saints and will represent the south-west coast of Scotland as a Bull. At 14.00 Ayr Club XV centre James Pinkerton was announced alongside Fosroc Academy Stage 3 prospect Rory Jackson, who plays in the engine-room. The final announcement revealed that Scotland U20s star Matt Davidson will be returning to Millbrae after a year in the Greene King IPA Championship with London Scottish. Alongside Davidson was utility back Tom Jordan, who joins from Waikato Rugby in New Zealand. "I am delighted to have announced the final signings of the 35-man squad" insists Peter Murchie, "We have a really talented squad together and have been working hard for a number of weeks now. "It is a really exciting opportunity the players have got, so they are doing everything they can to make sure we are successful".