BT Premiership: Leaderboards (after round one)

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TOP TRY SCORER 

3 – Fraser Thomson (Melrose)

2 – Frazier Climo (Ayr), Mark Hare (Boroughmuir), Angus Duckett (Watsonians), Penalty Tries (Glasgow Hawks)

1 – David Armstrong and Blair Macpherson (both Ayr); Jonny Adams and Cal Davies (both Boroughmuir); Stephen Ainslie, Harvey Elms, Charlie Shiel, Ruariadh Smith and Penalty Try (all Currie); Stephen Leckey, Kyle Rowe and Sam Yawayawa (all Glasgow Hawks); Kyle Brunton, Ross Combe, Darcy Graham, Penalty Try (all Hawick); Craig Robertson, Charlie Simpson, Tom Wilson (Heriot’s); Scott Bickerstaff, William Farquhar and Ross Miller (all Marr); Russell Anderson, Ross McCann, Ally Miller, Sam Pecqueur and Grant Runciman (all Melrose); Andrew Grant-Suttie, Craig Gossman, Ruaridh Leishman and Bruce Sorbie (all Stirling County) and Michael Allen (Watsonians).

TOP TRY SCORERS (TEAM)

8 – Melrose

5 – Currie and Glasgow Hawks

4 – Ayr, Boroughmuir, Hawick and Stirling County

3 – Heriot’s, Marr and Watsonians

 

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GOLDEN BOOT (POINTS KICKED)

13 – Colin Sturgeon (Marr)

12 – Jamie Forbes (Currie)

10 – Ross Jones (Heriot’s)

9 – George Horne (Glasgow Hawks)

8 – Chris Laidlaw (Boroughmuir), Craig Jackson (Melrose) and Jonny Hope (Stirling County)

7 – Ewan Fox (Boroughmuir)

6 – Ali Weir (Hawick)

5 –  Frazier Climo and Scott Lyle (both Ayr)

 

YELLOW CARDS (BY TEAM)

2 – Watsonians

1 – Boroughmuir, Currie, Glasgow Hawks, Hawick, Heriot’s and Melrose

0 – Ayr, Marr and Stirling County

 

 

PRO PLAYERS APPEARANCES

3 – Glasgow Hawks and Stirling County

2 – Hawick

1 – Ayr, Heriot’s and Melrose

0 – Boroughmuir, Currie,  Marr and Watsonians

 

OVERALL TABLE

 

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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 he 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.