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Glasgow Hawks

Ayr 39 - 13 Glasgow Hawks: Brendan McGroarty red carded

A potentially exciting end to a great game at Millbrae was ruined by a refereeing decision.

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Tommy Spinks bagged two tries

Boroughmuir 28 - 48 Glasgow Hawks: Muir battle to no avail

Glasgow Hawks retained top spot in the BT Premiership with a clinical victory over a battling Boroughmuir side who were undone by a quickfire treble in the second half of an outstanding encounter.

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Kerr Gossman scored four tries

Glasgow Hawks 78 - 13 Hawick: Hawks in demolition mode

Luckily for an eager but out-played Hawick, Hawks’ George Horne left his kicking boots at home.

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George Horne kicked two penalties, a conversion and scored a try

Heriot’s 19 - 30 Glasgow Hawks: Horne on song

Two tries in the space of three minutes after half-time helped Glasgow Hawks defeat Heriot’s at Goldenacre.

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Glasgow Hawks' George Horne scored his side's fourth try against Stirling County. Picture: John Devlin

Stirling County 8 - 39 Glasgow Hawks: Visitors too strong

The scoreline might show a comfortable win for Hawks, but it’s hard to know what to make of this encounter, given that both sides were peppered with professionals and, certainly in Stirling’s case, players unknown even to their own fans.

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Jason Baggott was on target for Melrose. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Glasgow Hawks 17 - 37 Melrose: Rose continue to bloom

Melrose’s impressive start to the BT Premiership campaign continued with this bonus-point win over Glasgow Hawks.

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Glasgow Hawks' Matt Fagerson scores their second try against Gala. Picture: SNS

Gala 27 - 43 Glasgow Hawks: Maroons are overrun

Glasgow Hawks made a blistering start to their BT Premiership campaign with a sumptuous win over a Gala side still reeling from the loss of four top players to Watsonians this season.

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The Premier League captains line up ahead of the new season. Picture: SNS/SRU.

Ayr vow to lead BT Premiership from front again

There are some new coaches, a raft of new players at all ten clubs and a general optimism about the season ahead as 
the BT Premiership gets underway this afternoon.

Ayr have drafted Scotland centre Mark Bennett for the new season. Picture: Jane Barlow

Pro players allocated clubs in draft for new season

The Scottish Rugby Union has announced the BT Premiership draft picks for the new club season which kicks off on Saturday.

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Andrew Davidson helped Scotland U20s beat England this season. Picture: Ross Brownlee/SNS

Scotland U20s lock Andrew Davidson joins Newcastle Falcons

Scotland Under-20s lock Andrew Davidson has won a move to the Aviva Premiership, joining Newcastle Falcons from the BT Sport Scottish Rugby Academy.

Gary Mercer: Challenge. Picture: SNS

Ex-Warriors defence guru Gary Mercer becomes Biggar head coach

Former Glasgow Warriors defence coach Gary Mercer is the new head coach of BT National League Two side Biggar.

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Heriots player Martin Bouab tries desperately to hang on to the jersey of Glasgow Hawks Jack Steele during Saturdays intriguing BT Cup semi-final at Old Anniesland. Picture: SNS

Heriot’s reach final as away team after rules confusion

The 2015-16 BT Cup will go down as a novelty piece of sporting trivia when it finishes with two unbeaten sides.

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Up for the cup: Heriots forwards were on a high and their domination helped the side to progress to the final against Melrose at BT Murrayfield.  Picture: Bill Murray/SNS/SRU

Glasgow Hawks 10 - 10 Heriot’s: Visitors reach cup final

Heriot’s will have a shot at a fourth Scottish Cup title next month after a dramatic semi-final victory over Glasgow Hawks yesterday.

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Boroughmuir's Jordan Edmunds, who opened the scoring against Glasgow Hawks.'' Picture: Neil Hanna

Boroughmuir 35 - 14 Glasgow Hawks: Muir end Hawks’ top-four hopes

Boroughmuir put in a dominant performance to defeat Glasgow Hawks at Meggetland in the BT Premiership. In the process they also extinguished Hawks’ slim top four hopes.

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18/11/15 ' GLASGOW WARRIORS A V EDINBURGH A ' BROADWOOD STADIUM, CUMBERNAULD ' James Eddie in action for Edinburgh

Glasgow Hawks 31 - 5 Hawick: Home side swoop on errors

A LESS one-sided match than the score suggests saw Hawks secure the bonus point win that keeps them in contention for a championship play-off place.

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Peter Wright: Keen to stay. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Glasgow Hawks victory sends Selkirk down

Glasgow Hawks scored five tries to collect a bonus point and maintain a challenge for a Premiership play-off place while, at the same time, sending Selkirk sliding back into the national league in trying conditions at Philiphaugh, writes Atholl Innes.

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Gregor Hunter kicked three conversions for Hawks. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS/SRU

Selkirk 15 - 33 Glasgow Hawks: Selkirk relegated

GLASGOW Hawks maintained their challenge for a Premiership play-off slot and relegated Selkirk in a match at Philiphaugh spoiled by a strong wind, writes Atholl Innes.

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Glasgow Warriors' Peter Murchie lined up for Hawks. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS/SRU

Hawks 13-18 Currie: Visitors grind out deserved win

CURRIE ground out a gritty success at Old Anniesland to boost their quest for a play-off place – while also denting the hopes of Hawks.

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Jack Turley breaks Hawks' Josh Henderson's tackle but it was Hawks who took the points. Picture: Jon Savage

Lacklustre champions struggle at Goldenacre

Glasgow Hawks came to a storm-lashed Edinburgh and flew away with four points that keep their hopes of sneaking into the fourth play-off place very much alive.

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