The results are in… here is TOL’s BT Premiership team-of-the season

And it is not as clear-cut as you might imagine

Jamie Forbes Currie Chieftains
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HERE is The Offside Line’s BT Premiership team-of-the-season, based on the number of times players were selected in our regular team-of-the-week feature. 

When a player has been selected in team-of-the-week in a number of different positions, he is put forward in the position he played most. This team is selected from the regular league season (play-offs not included).

Several positions were dead-heats, and in those instances we have left  it to the readers to decide amongst themselves which individual should get the nod!

 

 15. Fraser Thomson (Melrose) – 7 teams-of-the-week

 

14.  Ben Robbins (Currie Chieftains) – 4 teams-of-the-week (including twice at full-back)

13.  Rory Hutton (Watsonians) – 5 teams-of-the-week (including two at stand-off)

12. Craig Jackson (Melrose) / Robbie Nelson (Currie Chieftains) – 6 teams-of-the-week

11. Jordan Edmunds (Boroughmuir) / Sam Pecqueur (Melrose) – 3 teams-of-the-week

 

10. Frazier Climo (Ayr) / Jason Baggott (Melrose) / Adam Hastings (Currie Cheiftains) / Jamie Forbes (Currie Chieftains) / Scott Lyle – 3 teams-of-the-week

9. Charlie Shiel (Currie Chieftains) – 4 teams-of-the-week

 

1.    Grant Shiels (Melrose) / Shawn Muir (Hawick) – 4 teams-of-the-week each

2.    Johnny Matthews (Boroughmuir) – 5 teams-of-the-week

3.    Steven Longwell (Ayr) – 7 teams-of-the-week

4.   Dalton Redpath (Hawick) / Craig Borthwick (Watsonians) – 4 teams-of-the-week

5.   Iain Moody (Melrose) / Jack Turley (Heriot’s) – 4 teams-of-the-week

6.    Blair MacPherson (Ayr) / Michael Fedo (Watsonians) – 3 teams-of-the-week

7.    Thomas Gordon (Currie Cheftains) / Jack McLean (Heriot’s) – 3 teams-of-the-week

8.    Ally Miller (Melrose) / Euan Dods (Watsonians) – 3 teams-of-the-week

 


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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.

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