2022 Super6 Leaderboard – after nine rounds

Blair Macpherson closes in on Ayrshire Bulls team-mate Elias Caven in the race to finish top try-scorer

Two tries on Friday night saw Blair Macpherson move to second in the Super6 try-scoring chart, just behind Ayrshire Bulls team-mate Elias Caven. Image © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk
Two tries on Friday night saw Blair Macpherson move to second in the Super6 try-scoring chart, just behind Ayrshire Bulls team-mate Elias Caven. Image © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk

TOP TRY SCORER

8 – Elias Caven (Ayrshire Bulls)

7 – Blair Macpherson (Ayrshire Bulls)

6 – Angus Guthrie (Watsonians)

5 – Aaron Tait (Ayrshire Bulls) and Jamie Berrisford (both Watsonians)

4 – Aidan Cross (Southern Knights) and Gregor Hiddleston (Stirling Wolves)

3 – Jamie Shedden, James Malcolm & Bobby Beattie (all Ayrshire Bulls), Jerry Blyth-Lafferty and Joe Jenkins (both Boroughmuir Bears), Jed Gelderbloom, Ruairidh Leishman, Sam Pecqueuer & Jack Mann (all Heriot’s), Rudi Brown & Fraser Renwick (both Southern Knights), Euan Cunningham (Stirling Wolves) and Dom Coetzer, Lomond MacPherson, Karl Main & Lewis Berg (all Watsonians)

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TEAM TRIES

46 – Ayrshire Bulls

44 – Watsonians

30 – Heriot’s

22 – Boroughmuir Bears & Southern Knights

18 – Stirling Wolves

 

GOLDEN BOOT (POINTS KICKED)

75 – Jack Bergin (Boroughmuir Bears)

60 – Lee Millar (Watsonians)

54 – Bruce Houston (Heriot’s)

39 – Will Hunt (Ayrshire Bulls)

26 – Richie Simpson (Ayrshire Bulls)

25 – Jason Baggott (Watsonians)

18 – David Colvine (Southern Knights)

16 – Marcus Holden (Stirling Wolves)


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CARDS PER TEAM

5 – Ayrshire Bulls

3 – Watsonians

2 – Heriot’s, Southern Knights and Stirling County

1 – Boroughmuir Bears

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LEAGUE TABLE


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