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Jimmy Hay

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Miller Place Fire Department

HQ Phone:  (631) 473-2202

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Miller Place Fire Department

12 Miller Place Rd.

Miller Place, New York,11764

United States

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Captain

Ladder 163


Manager

Ayr United Football Club


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Ayr Rugby Club - Jimmy Hay Ayr Rugby Football Club Jimmy Hay We're saddened to learn of the death of former Ayr player and member and Scottish Rugby doctor Jimmy Hay. An orthopedic surgeon, he was educated at Ayr Academy, and his brother Stewart and son Andy both played at the club, and went on to have a distinguished and varied medical career, becoming a doctor with the national rugby team in 1991. Jimmy Hay Jimmy Hay


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Jimmy Hay (June 1924 - 27/1/1926)
Jimmy Hay was a native of Woodside, near Coylton, and he went on to captain Celtic and Scotland as well as playing for Newcastle United. He had played for the Ayr FC prior to Celtic and had been an Ayr United player between 1915 and 1918. In his first season as manager, the club slipped into the Second Division.


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