2023 Super Series Championship Leaderboard – THE FINAL RECKONING

Stirling Wolves complete clean sweep in top try-scorer, golden boot and tournament winners categories

Ross McKnight runs in his 15th try of the 2023 Super Series Championship campaign during Saturday's Grand Final win over Ayrshire Bulls. Image: Bryan Robertson
Ross McKnight runs in his 15th try of the 2023 Super Series Championship campaign during Saturday's Grand Final win over Ayrshire Bulls. Image: Bryan Robertson
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TOP TRY SCORER

15 – Ross McKnight (Stirling Wolves)

11 – Blair Macpherson (Ayrshire Bulls)

10 – Matt Davidson (Heriot’s))

9 – Jack Blain (Heriot’s), Aidan Cross (Southern Knights), Gregor Hiddleston and Glenn Bryce (both Stirling Wolves)

8 – Fin Campbell (Heriot’s), Amena Caqusau (Future XV), Euan Muirhead (Boroughmuir Bears) and Corbin Thunder (Southern Knights)

7 – Alex McGuire (Ayrshire Bulls), Sam Wallace (Heriot’s) and Jake Kerr (Watsonians)

6 – Bobby Beattie (Ayrshire Bulls), Edward Hasdell (Stirling Wolves) and Lewis Wells (Heriot’s)


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TEAM TRIES

77 – Heriot’s

72 – Stirling Wolves

64 – Ayrshire Bulls

43 – Southern Knights

39 – Boroughmuir Bears and Watsonians

32 – FOSROC Future XV


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GOLDEN BOOT (POINTS KICKED)

101 – Marcus Holden (Stirling Wolves)

76 – Brad Roderick-Evans (Ayrshire Bulls)

61 – Jason Baggott (Watsonians)

51 – Bruce Houston (Heriot’s)

50 – Ross Jones (Heriot’s)

38 – George Paul (Boroughmuir Bears)

34 – Isaac Coates (Future XV)

32 – Callum Grieve (Southern Knights)

25 – Lee Millar (Watsonians)

CARDS PER TEAM

9 – Stirling Wolves (three yellows and three red-cards which count as two)

8 – Watsonians

6 – Southern Knights (four yellows and one red which counts as two)

4 – Ayrshire Bulls and Boroughmuir Bears

3 – Heriot’s Rugby

2 – FOSCROC Future XV

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TOTAL PLAYERS USED

72 –  Future XV

48 – Southern Knights

41 – Watsonians

39 – Boroughmuir Bears

35 – Stirling Wolves

34 – Ayrshire Bulls and Heriot’s

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FINAL LEAGUE TABLE


PLAY-OFF SEMI-FINAL RESULTS:

GRAND FINAL:

CHAMPIONS:

  • STIRLING WOLVES


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David has worked as a freelance rugby journalist since 2004 covering every level of the game in Scotland for publications including The Herald/Sunday Herald, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Scotsman/Scotland on Sunday/Evening News, The Daily Record, The Daily Mail/Mail on Sunday and The Sun.

3 Comments

  1. Well the winners were Stirling won 6 lost 6 finished 4 in the league and won the title. What a complete waste of resources the big final was watched by what can only be described as an embarrassment of a crowd. When is this farce going to end. The experiment with the futures has back fired massively and the only things the kids have learnt is that coaches will run a mile if offered it and how to lose as losing is a habit as is winning and if this is supposed to be the future U20 International team it does not bode well.

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  2. Oh dear, Future team played 12 lost 12 . If that’s the future then we’d better enjoy what we have / had this year and celebrate the Premiership season that’s produced some meaningful results with club pitted against club and real excitement watched by spectators sadly absent from “Super” series events.

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    • Stewart Bruce you should get your self along to some games and see first hand.Super 6 is by no means perfect and needs some work.One area we need a look at maybe an age cap and clubs signing x pro players.Super 6 was sold as a bridge between club and pro rugby.But unfortunately some clubs are not interested in player development.There needs to be a pathway from the club team to super 6 One that boys can see.So when the championship kicked of most of futures boys were unavailable for selection as having just returned from scotland playing camp.As soon as they became available and playing regular together they improved.These boys have a team average age of 19.To give you an example Ayrshire bulls pack in the final at the weekend had an average age of 27.5 years.So to make a statement like if this is the future ? These boys have been competing week after week giving away if you take the bulls pack 8.5 years per man.And every week got better the more they played together this can only benefit them and scottish rugby go. I am more concerned about the lack of young scottish talent not getting a chance in super 6.Last weekend final the ayrshire bulls match day squad did not have any players listed that have went through there system.This to me is a bigger concern than making sweeping statements about a squad of boys that improved by the end of play

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