BT Premiership: Leaderboards (as of 7th January 2018)

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TOP TRY SCORER 

13 – Fraser Thomson (Melrose)

12 – Jack Turley (Heriot’s)

10 – Sam Pecqueur (Melrose)

9 – Kyle Rowe (Glasgow Hawks) and Ross McCann (Melrose)

7 – Jordan Edmunds (Boroughmuir) and Gary Munro (Hawick)

6 – Frazier Climo and Pete McCallum (both Ayr), Russell Anderson (Melrose) and Ruaridh Leishman (Stirling County)

5 – Johnny Matthews (Boroughmuir), Harvey Elms (Currie Chieftains), Brendan McGroarty and Grant Stewart (both Glasgow Hawks), Michael Liness and Craig Robertson (both Heriot’s), William Farquhar (Marr), Ally Miller (Melrose) and Rory Hutton (Watsonians)

Purvis Marquees support Currie Chieftains

 

TOP TRY SCORERS (TEAM)

77 – Melrose

56 – Watsonians

54 – Heriot’s

49 – Currie Chieftains

48 – Stirling County

44 – Glasgow Hawks

43 – Ayr and Boroughmuir

42 – Hawick

30 – Marr

 

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GOLDEN BOOT (POINTS KICKED)

119 – Craig Jackson (Melrose)

105 – Scott Lyle (Ayr)

94 – Jonny Hope (Stirling County)

88 – Ross Jones (Heriot’s)

87 – Jamie Forbes (Currie Chieftains)

79 – Ali Weir (Hawick)

77 – Andrew Chalmers (Watsonians)

59 – Colin Sturgeon (Marr)

41 – George Horne (Glasgow Hawks) 

36 – Ross Thompson (Glasgow Hawks)

26 – Ciaran Whyte (Boroughmuir)

 

Eastern BMW are proud to support Boroughmuir Rugby

 

CARDS (BY TEAM) 

15 – Ayr

13 – Boroughmuir

11 – Hawick and Marr 

9 – Glasgow Hawks, Melrose and Stirling County

7 – Heriot’s (including one red card) and Watsonians

5 – Currie Chieftains

 

PRO PLAYER APPEARANCES

21 – Stirling County

20 – Glasgow Hawks 

14 – Melrose

12 – Hawick and Watsonians

10 – Ayr and Marr

9 –  Boroughmuir  

8 – Currie Chieftains and Heriot’s

OVERALL TABLE

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David Barnes
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David has worked as a freelance rugby journalist since 2004 covering every level of the game in Scotland for publications including The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Scotsman/Scotland on Sunday/Evening News, The Herald/Sunday Herald, The Daily Mail/Mail on Sunday and The Sun.