Heriot’s 19 - 47 Currie: Chieftains sizzle on artificial pitch

Both head coaches agreed that this is something we could see more of in the future after Heriot’s and Currie Chieftains played out the first ever BT Premiership fixture indoors yesterday.

Heriot's coach Phil Smith felt his side were deserved winners. Picture: SNS/SRU.

Cool Heriot’s leave it late to seal victory over Ayr

Heriot’s kept their composure for once to negotiate a wind-spoiled game better than Ayr and keep alive their hopes of a Premiership play-off place.

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The Heriot's captain Jack Turley runs through to touch down but on this occasion the try was disallowed for a forward pass. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Heriot’s 13 - 10 Ayr: Heriot’s leave it late to keep play-off hopes

Heriot’s needed a late penalty try to stay in contention for a Premiership play-off place but ultimately they were deserving winners over stubborn Ayr.

Rory Hutton touches down to put Watsonians ahead during a topsy-turvey first half yesterday. Photograph: Graham Stuart/SNS

Heriot’s 17 - 46 Watsonians: Myreside men progress

Watsonians continued their climb up the BT Premiership table, leapfrogging yesterday’s opponents to occupy a play-off berth after taking all five points from a match that was played at a furious intensity. While Heriot’s contributed to their own downfall with a string of errors, the result was further evidence of the progress the Myreside outfit has made since Steve Lawrie assumed coaching responsibilities.

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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

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Adam Sinclair crashes over for a try for Heriot's against Hawks. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Heriot’s 31-22 Glasgow Hawks: Heriot’s move up to second

Heriot’s are now second in the BT Premiership after a bonus-point win over Glasgow Hawks at Goldenacre yesterday.

Jack Turley scored an early try for Heriot's. Picture: Andrew O'Brien.

Heriot’s defence the foundation for victory over Marr

Marr’s game plan kept them in contention until the final quarter but there was a degree of inevitability about the way Heriot’s closed out the game and racked up maximum points and five tries.

Jack Turley scored the first try for Heriot's

Heriot’s 33-10 Marr: Five try revenge sweet for Heriot’s

Heriot’s slipped up against Premiership newcomers Marr in the first half of the season but made no mistake in grabbing maximum points at the second time of asking.

Heriots' Rory Carmichael in action. Picture: SNS

Stirling County 5 - 33 Heriot’s: Capital club exact revenge

They say revenge is a dish best served cold and there was certainly a nip in the air as Heriot’s made amends for their defeat at home to Stirling on the opening day of the league season.

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Coach Ben Cairns said Currie's performance was 'not good enough'. Picture: SNS.

Patience a virtue as gritty Heriot’s frustrate Currie

A superb defensive effort by Heriot’s coupled with two short-range tries by their two locks set up a victory that stung Currie, even though the losing bonus point the Chieftans salvaged lifted them into second place in the Premiership table at the halfway point of the season.

Robbie Nelson smashed into tackles in midfield. Picture: Alistair Linford

Currie Chieftains 14 - 15 Heriot’s: Hosts run out of time

Heriot’s upset the Premiership odds in the west of Edinburgh with a single point victory over third-placed Currie Chieftains.

Jack Turley scored a hat-trick but it wasn't enough to overcome Melrose. Picture: SNS.

Unstoppable Melrose maintain perfect record against Heriot’s

Melrose march on with a perfect record in the Premiership – eight straight bonus -point wins.

Ross Jones opened the scoring for Heriot's with a penalty. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Heriot’s 29 - 49 Melrose: Visitors hit the heights

Melrose maintained their momentum in the BT Premiership by defeating Heriot’s at Goldenacre to continue an unprecedented record of bonus point wins in each of the championship matches thus far.

Frazier Climo scored two tries for Ayr. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Ayr 41 - 17 Heriot’s: Ayr show their class

With their “piano-shifters” up front in near-total control, the Ayr backs made some sweet music in this five tries to two home win.

Martin Hughes of Heriot's prepares to tackle Boroughmuir's Damien Hoyland at Goldenacre.  Photograph: Greg Macvean

Heriot’s 29 - 24 Boroughmuir: Home run goes on

Heriot’s kept their fine winning run on track with a workmanlike if unconvincing bonus-point victory over city neighbours Boroughmuir.

Tim Wilson of Heriot's gets the ball away against Watsonians at Myreside. Picture: Alistair Linford

Watsonians 10-22 Heriot’s: Visitors win with late try double

Heriot’s bided their time and came from behind with a late try double to brush aside city rivals Watsonians and consolidate their place in the top four of the table.

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Michael Maltman scores for Heriot's 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.

Heriot's 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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Marr's Colin Sturgeon kickwed the winner. Picture:SNS

Marr 24 - 22 Heriot’s: Marr break their duck

A last-kick penalty goal from Colin Sturgeon gave Marr a deserved first win in the BT Premiership.

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