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Watsonians 31 – 15 Hawick: Borderers bag bonus at Myreside

Hawick sparked life into their survival bid with a bonus-point success against a Watsonians side struggling to recapture the form that saw them start the campaign impressively.

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Adam Nicol touched down

Hawick 30 - 43 Stirling County: Sins cost Greens dear

Stirling County ran in five tries to claim a bonus point victory over Hawick.

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Michael Robertson of Hawick suffered a neck injury

Hawick 3 - 14 Melrose: Double defeat for the Greens

Melrose scored a second win over Border rivals, following up their victory over Gala last weekend with success against Hawick .

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Gala's Ross Combe tackles Gary Johnstone. Picture: Jon Savage

Gala 22 - 21 Hawick: Maroons edge out Greens

By atholl innes

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Currie's Cameron Gray grabbed his sides fourth try

Hawick 27 - 26 Currie: Greens keep Premiership hopes alive

By alan lorimer

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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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Hawick's Wesley Hamilton touched down twice.

Hawick 36-26 Boroughmuir: Greens get off the mark

Hawick finally broke their Premiership duck this season with victory over Boroughmuir in a thrilling match that produced eight tries evenly split.

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Rory Carmichael of Heriot's. Picture: John Devlin

Heriot’s 53 - 10 Hawick: Heriot’s back to winning ways

Both sides went into the game three with real concerns, Heriot’s third bottom with a mere two points while Hawick were at the bottom with none.

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Edinburgh's  Sean Kennedy played a big part in Watsonians' success

Hawick 9 - 24 Watsonians: Watsonians make it two from two

By alan lorimer

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Stirling had to come from behind against Hawick before running out deserved winners.

Stirling County 28 - 19 Hawick: Hosts come from behind

No-one quite knew what to expect from this opening encounter of the season, so numerous were the changes for both teams.

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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.

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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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Hawick make it eight out on nine in their sevens

Hawick have made a habit of winning their own sevens tournament and yesterday the Greens defeated Watsonians 24-17 to secure their eighth Mansfield Park title in the last nine seasons, writes Alan Lorimer.

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Hawick 10 – 26 Ayr

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Hawick 12-40 Boroughmuir: Muir move up to fifth

Boroughmuir head coach Bruce Aitchison signed off his tenure in charge of the Meggetland side with a stylish win over Hawick which hoists Muir to fifth place in the BT Premiership, writes Alan Lorimer at Netherdale.

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Currie prop Shaun Ruwers is dismissed at Malleny Park but the hosts still beat Watsonians 31-0. Picture: Gordon Fraser

Giant-killing GHK regroup at the break to stun Selkirk

GHK coach Cammy Little praised his side’s strong defence after the BT National League Three side progressed to the BT Cup quarter-finals at the expense of Selkirk on Saturday.

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Hawick scrum-half Shaun Goodfellow escapes the clutches of Currie's Luke Crosbie. Picture: Gordon Fraser

Currie in pole position to claim home play-off

Currie survived a determined and spirited Hawick assault to put themselves in perfect position to claim home advantage for the Premiership play-offs.

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Currie 17 – 15 Hawick: Hosts back to hold off Hawick

Currie returned to Premiership rugby after more than a month on the sidelines and carried on where they left off, even if it was a close-run thing.

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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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Lee Armstrong made a whirlwind start for Hawick with a try, conversion and penalty. Picture:

Hawick 35-Selkirk 18: Bonus-point win for Greens

Hawick achieved the five championship points they had targeted after running in four tries against Selkirk in yesterday’s BT Premiership match switched from an unplayable Mansfield Park to Philiphaugh, writes Alan Lorimer.

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