2023 Super Series Sprint Leaderboard – THE FINAL RECKONING

Two more tries from Iain Wilson extends Heriot's captain's lead at top of try-scorer leaderboard

Iain Wilson of Heriot's scored 10 tries in six Super Series appearances. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk
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TOP TRY SCORER

10 – Iain Wilson (Heriot’s)

7 – Marcus Holden (Stirling Wolves) and Grant Stewart (Ayrshire Bulls)

6 – Jamie Shedden (Ayrshire Bulls

5 – Cal Davies (Watsonians) and Angus Fraser (Glasgow Warriors A/Stirling Wolves)

4 – Luca Bardelli (Ayrshire Bulls), Mason Cullen & Corey Tait (both Boroughmuir Bears), Patrick Harrison (Edinburgh A) and Jason Baggott (Watsonians)

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TEAM TRIES

34 – Ayrshire Bulls

32 – Watsonians

27 – Heriot’s

26 – Stirling Wolves

25 – Boroughmuir Bears

18 – Edinburgh A and Southern Knights

15 – Glasgow Warriors A

 


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GOLDEN BOOT (POINTS KICKED)

47 – Marcus Holden (Stirling Wolves)

45 – Bruce Houston (Heriot’s/Edinburgh A)

34 – Callum Grieve (Southern Knights) and Lee Millar (Watsonians)

28 – Jason Baggott (Watsonians)

26 – Eli Caven (Ayrshire Bulls)

25 – Ross Jones (Heriot’s)

23 – Tom Quinlan (Boroughmuir Bears)


Steve Tandy, John Dalziel and Pieter de Villiers agree contract extensions

Boroughmuir Bears extend partnership with Deans Properties LLP

The Longest Try – help raise funds for people living with motor neurone disease


CARDS PER TEAM

6 – Boroughmuir Bears

5 – Watsonians

4 – Southern Knights and Edinburgh A

3 – Ayrshire Bulls, Heriot’s and Stirling Wolves

1 – Glasgow Warriors A

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LEAGUE TABLE

 


CHAMPIONS

Ayrshire Bulls celebrate their win over Heriot's in the final of the Super Series Sprint. Image": George McMillan
Ayrshire Bulls celebrate their win over Heriot’s in the final of the Super Series Sprint. Image”: George McMillan

Steve Tandy, John Dalziel and Pieter de Villiers agree contract extensions