Tennent’s Premiership Leaderboard – after round 14

Ross Jones of Heriot's recaptures the lead in race for the golden boot award after 14 point haul against Stirling County

Frazier Climo's haul of 22 points for Ayr against Melrose on Saturday moves him up both the try scoring and the golden boot chart. Image: John Williamson

TOP TRY SCORER

13 – Johnny Matthews (Boroughmuir)

12 – Ben Robbins (Currie Chieftains) and Craig Robertson (Heriot’s)

10– Josh Rowland (Watsonians) and Patrick Anderson (Melrose)

9 – Jordan Edmunds (Boroughmuir) and Russell Anderson (Melrose)

8 – Blair Macpherson (Ayr)

7 – Frazier Climo and Kyle Rowe (both Ayr), Joe Reynolds (Currie Chieftains), Andrew Goudie and Ewan Macgarvie (both Stirling County)

6 – Grant Anderson (Ayr), Will Wardlaw (Boroughmuir), Jamie Forbes and Robbie Nelson (both Currie Chieftains), Bobby Beattie (Glasgow Hawks), Alex Ball (Heriot’s) and Murdo McAndrew (Melrose)

5 –  Steven Longwell and Stafford McDowall (both Ayr), Cameron Gray and George Spencer (both Edinburgh Accies), Fraser Thomson (Melrose) and Ali Mackie (Stirling County)

TOP TRY SCORER (TEAM)

71 – Melrose

60 – Currie Chieftains

66 – Heriot’s

60 – Ayr

52 – Boroughmuir

43 – Stirling County

42 – Watsonians

34 – Glasgow Hawks

29 – Edinburgh Accies

28 – Hawick

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GOLDEN BOOT (POINTS KICKED)

130 – Ross Jones (Heriot’s)

119 – Lee Millar (Watsonians)

111 – Frazier Climo (Ayr)

99 – Gregor Hunter (Currie Chieftains)

47 – Craig Jackson (Melrose)

46 – Lee Armstrong (Hawick)

43 –  Andrew Goudie (Stirling County)

41 –  Liam Brims (Glasgow Hawks)

37 –  Struan Hutchison (Melrose)

35 –  Richard Mill (Edinburgh Accies)

26 – Gavin Parker (Boroughmuir)

23 – Jonny Hope (Stirling County)

22 – Robin Weersma (Boroughmuir) and Ross Thompson (Glasgow Hawks)

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CARDS (BY TEAM)

10 – Glasgow Hawks (one red)

8 –  Edinburgh Accies

7 – Boroughmuir, Hawick and Watsonians

6 – Melrose

5 –  Ayr and Heriot’s

4 – Currie Chieftains

2 –  Stirling County

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PRO PLAYER APPEARANCES

23 – Currie Chieftains

21 –  Ayr, Glasgow Hawks and Stirling County

15 – Boroughmuir

13 – Melrose

8 – Watsonians

7 – Edinburgh Accies

5 – Hawick

0 – Heriot’s

OVERALL TABLE


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