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THMT Player of the Year – Alan Forrest

The Honest Men Trust Player of the Year 2014/15 The Ayr United Football Academy enjoyed a stellar evening on Sunday at their end of season awards night, with Academy graduates Alan Forrest and Robbie Crawford handing out the prizes to our current crop of talented youngsters and the news Silver Star Status had been achieved. The night also provided an ideal opportunity to present Alan with a trophy of his own as the 18 year old forward has been voted the Honest Men Trust Player of the Year. His name joins Robbie’s on the Ally MacLeod Memorial Trophy after Robbie became the first AUFA player to earn the accolade in 2013. Alan, who joined AUFA in 2010 aged 13, finished this season as United’s top goalscorer with 9 goals, including the vital third at Station Park which ensured the Honest Men’s League 1 safety. Alan was presented the trophy by Ayr United Assistant Manager John Henry. Congratulations to Alan and here’s to many more Academy graduates winning the Player of the Year award for the ‘big team’ in the...

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AUFA get Silver.

A big congratulations to the Ayr United Football Academy on achieving Silver Star status. This is a great achievement following the culmination of a lot of hard work and effort by everyone involved in the Academy. The Honest Men trust are proud to be a founding member and continue to support the academy every year. Read the official press release:...

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Goalden Goal Week 1 Result

It was a great start to the season proper on Saturday with a fine 1-0 win over Morton and a good performance to boot. Especially pleasing to see Alan Forest and Peter McGill go at their opponents with no fear. And it was good news for John Rankin who wins the Goalden Goal prize thanks to Ryan Donnelly’s 79th minute winner, who wins either £25.50 or a £30 club shop voucher. If you have not already signed up you can still take...

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Moffat Nets Trust Award

Prolific striker Michael Moffat may have left Ayr United for pastures new but before he did he added another accolade to his personal haul of awards this season, after being named The Honest Men Trust’s Player of the Year. League 1’s top scorer was the unanimous choice of the Trust’s members and becomes the twelfth recipient of the Ally MacLeod Memorial Trophy. The Moff’s role at Ayr United extended beyond the pitch and it was fitting that he received his reward recently by the Mild Disabilities Team at Queen Margaret Academy. Michael has been one of the team’s coaches throughout the season and the kids were delighted to award him the trophy. The coaching is provided by the Ayr United Football Academy under their Everybody Active programme and THMT are delighted to be long-term sponsors and supporters of the Academy and their work in the community....

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Ayr United Community Ownership – Update

The working group examining the transfer of Ayr United into community ownership have released a second Information Bulletin, outlining the people and parties involved in the group, including The Honest Men Trust. Click on the link to read the Bulletin and register your details if you haven’t already....

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