Hawick 14 - 12 Glasgow Hawks: Last-gasp victory for Greens

Hawick played their now familiar card of scoring in injury time to achieve a vital win over Glasgow Hawks that hoists the Greens into a safer zone in the table.

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Heriot's player Michael Maltman was shown a red card close to half-time. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Hawick 24 - 23 Heriot’s: Borderers secure narrow victory

Hawick avenged a crushing defeat early in the season at Goldenacre in a dramatic game at Mansfield Park where Heriot’s flanker Michael Maltman was red-carded close to half-time and the hosts scored the winning points with the last kick of the game.

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Melrose are one of the leading lights in club rugby and have the most to lose if the Super Six fails. Picture: SNS/SRU

Will Super Six be the saviour or slayer of club rugby?

The year ahead promises to be an interesting one for rugby. The best two teams in world rugby will meet for the first time since 2014 and either New Zealand or England will get a huge boost one year out from the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

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Hawick's Bruce McNeill. Picture: Graham Stuart/SNS/SRU

Marr 17-29 Hawick: Greens resist late fightback

Marr were here reminded of one of the eternal truths of Scottish rugby – you cannot give a Hawick team 17 points of a start, and expect to win. Trailing by that margin at the end of the first quarter, the hosts took until the 50th minute to score – by which time the Greens had extended their lead, but, for all their fire and fury over the remaining minutes, Marr had left themselves too big a mountain to climb.

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Darcy Graham will make his Edinburgh debut after impressing for the Scotland sevens side in Dubai. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Winger Darcy Graham to make Edinburgh debut v London Irish

Promising young wing Darcy Graham will make his Edinburgh debut in Saturday night’s European Challenge Cup clash with London Irish at Myreside.

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Hawick 36 - 17 Stirling County: Hawick finally win

Hawick achieved their first BT Premiership win of the season after scoring five tries against Stirling County with a performance that exuded a new-found confidence.

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Jim Renwick at the top of Moat Hill with his beloved Hawick and the Borders hills in the background. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Interview: Jim Renwick on local rivalry and the secret of the sidestep

Iam lucky to be talking to Jim Renwick today and you, dear reader, are lucky to be hearing his wonderful stories. Last weekend his son Neil suffered a horrible injury in the sport at which the old man excelled and the 52-cap Scot is only just back in Hawick after bringing the lad home from hospital.

Currie Chieftains stand-off Jamie Forbes is held back by Hawicks Martin Bouab.  Photograph: Alistair Linford

Currie Chieftains 32 - 24 Hawick: Chieftains made to sweat

Currie defeated a dogged Hawick team who begin the second half of the Premiership season as they ended the first – without a win to their name.

Grant Shiels scores after a Melrose forward move as Hawick were put under the cosh. Photograph: Graham Stuart/SNS

Melrose 30- 20 Hawick: Rose machine rolls on

Melrose reached the halfway stage in the BT Premiership with a full house of bonus points after achieving their expected victory over Hawick in a match that brought a degree of satisfaction to both sides.

Craig Gossman stormed over the line. Picture: Gragham Stuart/SNS

Hawick 19 - 32 Ayr: Champions prevail

Head coach George Graham’s first match in charge at Mansfield Park produced a stirring performance by Hawick despite the defeat to the Scottish champions.

Boroughmuirs stand-off Greg Cannie touches down for a try he then converted.  Photograph: Graham Stuart/SNS

Boroughmuir 60-18 Hawick: Poor Hawick hammered

Boroughmuir had this relegation battle wrapped up with five first-half tries and added another five without too much trouble in the second 40 minutes.

Chris Dean scored a brace of tries. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Hawick 23 - 41 Watsonians: Game of two halves

A six-try haul in the second half turned what could have been an embarrassing defeat into a stylish victory for Watsonians against a Hawick side who simply had insufficient players from the professional environment to compete on equal terms.

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.

Michael Maltman scores for Heriots after just three minutes to spark the 12-try rout of Hawick.  Photograph: Ian Georgeson

Heriot’s 70 - 7 Hawick: Beaten Hawick Green about the gills

Hopeless Hawick crashed to their fourth straight Premiership defeat, completely over-run by a free-flowing Heriot’s team that had the bonus point wrapped up inside half an hour, seven tries on the scoreboard by half-time, a round dozen by the end.

Richard Dalgleish crossed for Marr. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Hawick 19 - 23 Marr: Pace and precision pays off

BT Premiership newcomers Marr followed up their win over Heriot’s with victory at Hawick yesterday despite the Ayrshire side losing the try count by 2-3.

Ali Weir put Hawick ahead but Sirling were too strong. Picture:SNS

Stirling County 56 - 29 Hawick: Hope springs eternal

These two sides contrived to produce an enthralling, high-scoring encounter, which saw Stirling win convincingly in the end.

Darcy Graham's try kept home hopes alive. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Hawick 28 - 39 Currie Chieftains: Nine tries at Mansfield Park

Currie Chieftains proved too clinical for Hawick at Mansfield Park to collect maximum points with five tries, but the home side showed loads of spirit to score four tries of their own.

Hawick's Bruce McNeil scored the winning try. Picture: Graham Stuart

Hawick 27 - 21 Gala: Greens hold on for victory

Hawick lifted the opening Booker Border League clash in a nail-biting encounter yesterday at Mansfield Park with captain Bruce McNeil, pictured, leading the way with the winning try in the second half.

Retired BBC Radio Scotland rugby commentator Bill Johnstone outside Jedburgh Abbey. Picture: John Devlin

Interview: Bill Johnstone on his life behind the microphone

The tape recorder has just been activated to capture what turns into a fabulously entertaining hour in the company of freshly retired Radio Scotland rugby commentator Bill Johnstone when, right on cue, a visual trip down memory lane appears on the table to kick off the chat, or “blether” as he would say, perfectly.

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