BT Premiership: Leaderboards (after two rounds)

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5 – Fraser Thomson (Melrose)

4 – Sam Pecqueur (Melrose)

2 – Frazier Climo (Ayr), Mark Hare (Boroughmuir), Harvey Elms and Ben Robbins (both Currie Chieftains), Kiran McDonald, Kyle Rowe and Penalty Tries (all Glasgow Hawks), Bruce Colvine, Ross McCann and Grant Runciman (all Melrose), Matthew Emmison, Andrew Grant-Suttie, Ruaridh Leishman and Logan Trotter (all Stirling County), Mike Allen and Angus Duckett (Watsonians), Ross Combe (Hawick).


Soho Wealth supports Watsonians FC


17 – Melrose

11 – Currie and Stirling County

9 – Hawick

8 – Glasgow Hawks

6 – Ayr, Boroughmuir, Heriot’s, Marr and Watsonians


Cala Homes support Currie RFC



29 – Jonny Hope (Stirling County)

27 – Jamie Forbes (Currie Chieftains)

22 – Colin Sturgeon (Marr)

17 – Ross Jones (Heriot’s)

15 – Ali Weir (Hawick)

14 – Craig Jackson (Melrose)

13 – Frazier Climo (Ayr)

9 – George Horne (Glasgow Hawks)

8 – Chris Laidlaw (Boroughmuir)

7 – Ewan Fox and Andrew Chalmers (both Watsonians)


United Auctions support Stirling County RFC 


3 – Boroughmuir

2 – Glasgow Hawks, Hawick, Melrose and Watsonians

1 – Currie Chieftains, Heriot’s and Marr

0 – Ayr and Stirling County

Supporting Glasgow Hawks rugby


5 – Glasgow Hawks

4 – Hawick and Stirling County

3 – Heriot’s, Melrose and Watsonians

2 – Ayr and Boroughmuir 

1 – Currie


JJL Groundworks support Ayr rugby


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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.