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Marr 31 - 15 Glasgow Hawks: Kaleem Barreto at the double

You don’t need a dry ball and an artificial surface to produce great rugby, as these sides proved in a Marr mudfest, deservedly won by the home side.

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Ciaran Whyte was sin-binned then scored a try. Picture: Graham Stuart/SNS

Boroughmuir 24 - 31 Glasgow Hawks: Action-packed ending

Glasgow Hawks scored two tries in the last two minutes to win this thriller against Boroughmuir at Meggetland.

Stirling's Niko Matawalu in action. Picture: Graham Stuart/SNS

Glasgow Hawks 13 - 22 Stirling County: Deserved away win

This always had the makings of an intriguing and unpredictable encounter, and so it turned out. Both these sides have been involved in high-scoring matches so far this season, so there was always the prospect of an entertaining game on the cards.

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George Horne inspired Hawks: Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Glasgow Hawks 36 - 27 Watsonians: Hawks keep head and lead

Glasgow Hawks managed to break their cycle of losing leads to secure five points against Watsonians, winning 36-27 at New Anniesland.

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George Horne in action for Glasgow Hawks. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Glasgow Hawks 29 - 19 Hawick: Hawks flutter to deceive

In a strange sort of way, the losing side will have come away from this match feeling the more positive of the two teams, having recovered some sense of pride with a battling performance after last week’s humiliating capitulation to Heriot’s.

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Hawick suffered a thumping defeat at the hands of Heriot's last weekend. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Coach Cunningham urges Hawick to atone for 70-point rout

Hawick head coach Darren Cunningham has asked his players to “stand up and take responsibility” ahead of today’s BT Premiership match at Glasgow Hawks.

George Horne was the Glasgow sides most threatening player. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Melrose 35 - 13 Glasgow Hawks: Pace and skill win the day

A strong second half against Glasgow Hawks gave leaders Melrose their fourth successive bonus point win in the BT Premiership.

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Heriots skipper Rory Carmichael scored from close range. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Glasgow Hawks 26 - 29 Heriot’s: Second-half fight back

Heriot’s produced a terrific second-half fight-back to post their first win of the new season and put the smile back on coach Phil Smith’s face.

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The late Stephen Begley in action for Watsonians against Gala in 2003. Picture: Andrew Stuart

Hawks win a fitting tribute to stalwart Stephen Begley

They did not know they were doing so at the time, but the current crop of Glasgow Hawks players paid an excellent tribute to former club stalwart Stephen Begley with this fine performance and thoroughly deserved victory over last year’s champions.

Hawks winger Kyle Rowe

Ayr 18 - 28 Glasgow Hawks: Champions defeated

A fine disregard for reputations was on display on a sunny Saturday afternoon at Millbrae as a precocious Glasgow Hawks side secured their club’s first victory in South Ayrshire since December 2005 by beating their esteemed hosts at their own game.

Marrs Kyle Heatherall rises above the rest to win a lineout for the visitors at Scotstoun. Picture: SNS/SRU.

Scrums give Hawks the winning edge over Marr in thriller

If it produces scintillating rugby like this, instead of syphoning-off six clubs into a semi-professional league, the SRU should just install a 4G pitch at every BT Premiership club and let the guys get on with it.

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Marr tryscorer Ross Miller, a former Hawks player, makes a break for the line. Photograph: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Glasgow Hawks 41 - 28 Marr: Penalty tries cost new boys dear

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Frazier Climo off-loaded for Archie Russell to open the scoring. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Ayr 38 - 22 Glasgow Hawks: Amateurs humble the Pros

For the second successive Saturday, Ayr’s bunch of enthusiastic amateurs were too strong for Hawks’ professional-loaded XV, as the Millbrae men ensured the two end-of-season finals – in the BT Scottish Cup and now the BT Premiership Play-Offs – will be between them and Melrose.

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Currie's head coach Ben Cairns take his side down to the Greenyards to play Melrose in the BT Premiership semi-finals. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Ayr and Glasgow Hawks meet again in Premiership semi-finals

Glasgow Hawks’ head coach Finlay Gillies has rung the changes to his starting XV after last week’s cup loss to Ayr as the sides clash again in the BT Premiership semi-final this afternoon.

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Ayrs Grant Anderson scores his sides second try. Picture: Bill Murray/SRU/SNS

Ayr 28 - 10 Glasgow Hawks: Home side fly higher

Ayr never reached the heights they did in beating Hawks in both league games this season – but they were still far too good for their visitors as they cruised into the final of the BT Scottish Cup, and another head-to-head with Melrose, in this one-sided semi-final at Millbrae.

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Prop Gary Strain scored twice for Hawks

Hawks 53 - 29 Gala: Forwards march Glasgow on

The fact that seven of eight tries scored by Glasgow Hawks in this comfortable but not completely convincing victory came from the forwards (with five scored by front-rowers and the other two through No.8 pick-ups) tells the story of this match.

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Tempers flare at Malleny Park as Curries Mike Vernal has a disagreement with Glasgow Hawks Andrew Kirkland. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Currie coach Ben Cairns insists his side must take chances

Currie will have a crack at filling the fourth and final play-off place at the end of the regular season when they play Boroughmuir in a re-arranged fixture next month.

Curries Harvey Elms dives over the line to score the opening try of the match at Malleny. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS/SRU

Currie 25 - 5 Glasgow Hawks: Play-off place still in reach

Currie’s hopes of winning the Premiership’s fourth and final 
play-off place are still alive after they toughed out a hard-won victory against Hawks to stay hard on the heels of Heriot’s for that precious place.

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David Reekie of Muir and Hawick's Bruce McNeil. Picture:

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Hawick 16 - 6 Gala: It’s curtains for the Maroons

This was the match that two of the oldest rivals in Scottish rugby had been dreading, the match to decide Premiership relegation and at the end of a dour struggle in unappetising muddy conditions it was Gala who got the thumbs down from fate.

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Kerr Gossman scored a sublime opening try

Glasgow Hawks 29 - 20 Watsonians: Good, bad and ugly

Hawks edged into the last eight of the BT Scottish Cup with this four-tries-to-three victory over BT Premiership rivals Watsonians.

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