10 talking points from round 17 of the Tennent’s Premiership

Ayr guarantee top finish, Chieftains topple champions Melrose to climb to second, Heriot's move to third and Edinburgh Access prove a few points against Watsonians

Paddy Kelly Ayr
Ayr centre Paddy Kelly breaks with the ball against Glasgow Hawks. Image: George McMillan

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1 Comment

  1. ” A disappointing denouement of an oscillatory campaign ”
    A line worthy of Hugh McIlvanney, in the week the great journalist died.

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