AYRSHIRE'S powerchair football club has completed its latest round of fixtures in style.

Ayrshire Tigers Powerchair Football Club played their third round of Scottish Championship league matches on Sunday, February 26 at The Peak, in Stirling.

The Tigers were playing fixtures five and six against Dundee United and Strathclyde.

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The Tigers had to play their two matches with only two players (powerchair football is played with four players in each team) because a few players had transport problems.

The Ayrshire side lost their first match of the season against Dundee United 2-1, the tigers goal coming from on loan winger Idrees Ahmed.

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They ended their day with a very comfortably win against Strathclyde 8-1, with goals coming from team captain James Doull (1), Cameron Torrance (3) and Idrees Ahmed (4).

Tigers go into their final league day two points clear of Dundee United, meaning one win would make them league champions.

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Ayrshire Tigers are currently top of the league going into the final round of league matches which take place on Sunday, March 26 at The Peak Leisure Centre in Stirling with the first match kicking off at 11am.

If you are a wheelchair user and are interested in playing powerchair football please call Stuart on 07936295779 or email the club at info@ayrshiretigers.co.uk.