Club fixture schedule for 2022-23 season announced

Champions Marr kick-off their Premiership defence with a home match against Musselburgh

The club season will kick-off at the end of August. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk
The club season will kick-off at the end of August. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk

MEN’S PREMIERSHIP champions Marr will begin the defence of their league title with a home game against Musselburgh on 27th August. Currie Chieftains, runners-up last season, will also be at home, against Jed-Forest. In the other top-flight fixtures on the opening day, Hawick host a Border derby against Selkirk at Mansfield Park, Edinburgh Accies travel to GHA, and Glasgow Hawks are at home to newly promoted Heriot’s Blues. 

Announcing the domestic fixtures yesterday, Scottish Rugby confirmed that the clubs in the top four places at the end of the regular Premiership season will go into the play-offs, with the leading two teams at home. The highest-placed winner from the two semi-finals will then have home advantage in the final itself.

The women’s Premiership, meanwhile, is being expanded from six to seven teams this season and will kick off a week before the men’s top flight, on 20th August. Watsonians, champions last season, visit Cartha Queen’s Park in their opening game. Hillhead-Jordanhill are at home to Stirling County, newcomers Garioch travel to Corstorphine Cougars, and Heriot’s Blues have a bye. For full schedule click HERE.


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This will be the last season of a National One in the women’s game. The winners of National One this time round will be promoted to what will become a Premiership of eight clubs, while the rest of National One will be moved into a new regional set-up.

Full fixtures for the coming season in youth and schools rugby as well as in the women’s and men’s game can be found on the Scottish Rugby website, click HERE.

MEN’S PREMIERSHIP FIXTURES FOR SEASON 2022-23:

  • SATURDAY 27th AUGUST (all 3pm kick-off)
    • Currie Chieftains v Jed-Forest
    • Marr v Musselburgh
    • GHA v Edinburgh Accies
    • Hawick v Selkirk
    • Glasgow Hawks v Heriot’s Blues
  • SATURDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER (all 3pm kick-off)
    • Musselburgh v Currie Chieftains
    • Edinburgh Accies v Marr
    • Jed-Forest v Hawick
    • Heriot’s Blues v GHA
    • Selkirk v Glasgow Hawks
  • SATURDAY 10th SEPTEMBER (all 3pm kick-off)
    • Currie Chieftains v Edinburgh Accies
    • Hawick v Musselburgh
    • Marr v Heriot’s Blues
    • Selkirk v Jed-Forest
    • Glasgow Hawks v GHA
  • SATURDAY 17th SEPTEMBER 2022 (all 3pm kick-off)
    • Heriot’s Blues v Currie Chieftains
    • Musselburgh v Selkirk
    • GHA v Marr
    • Edinburgh Accies v Hawick
    • Jed-Forest v Glasgow Hawks
  • SATURDAY 24th SEPTEMBER 2022 (all 3pm kick-off)
    • Currie Chieftains v GHA
    • Jed-Forest v Musselburgh
    • Selkirk v Edinburgh Accies
    • Hawick V Heriot’s Blues
    • Glasgow Hawks v Marr
  •  SATURDAY 1st OCTOBER 2022 (all 3pm kick-off)
    • Marr v Currie Chieftains
    • Edinburgh Academical v Jed-Forest
    • GHA v Hawick
    • Heriot’s Blues v Slekir
    • Musselburgh v Glasgow Hawks
  • SATURDAY 8th OCTOBER 2022 (all 3pm kick-off)
    • Musselburgh v Edinburgh Accies
    • Hawick v Marr
    • Jed-Forest v Heriot’s Blues
    • Selkirk v GHA
    • Glasgow Hawks v Currie Chieftains
  • SATURDAY 15th OCTOBER 2022 (all 3pm kick-off)
    • Currie Chieftains v Hawick
    • Heriot’s Blues v Musselburgh
    • Marr v Selkirk
    • GHA v Jed-Forest
    • Glasgow Hawks v Edinburgh Accies
  • SATURDAY 22nd OCTOBER 2022 (all 3pm kick-off)
    • Selkirk v Currie Chieftains
    • Musselburgh v GHA
    • Jed-Forest v Marr
    • Edinburgh Accies v Heriot’s Blues
    • Hawick v Glasgow Hawks
  •  SATURDAY 29th OCTOBER 2022 (all 3pm kick-off)
    • Jed-Forst v Currie Chieftains
    • Musselburgh v Marr
    • Edinburgh Accies v GHA
    • Selkirk v Hawick
    • Heriot’s Blues c Glasgow Hawks
  • SATURDAY 12th NOVEMBER 2022
    • Currie Chieftains v Musselburgh (2pm)
    • Marr v Edinburgh Accies (2pm)
    • Hawick v Jed-Forest (3pm)
    • GHA v Heriot’s Blues (3pm)
    • Glasgow Hawks v Selkirk (2pm)
  • SATURDAY 26th NOVEMBER 2022
    • Edinburgh Accies v Currie Chieftains (2pm)
    • Musselburgh v Hawick (2pm)
    • Heriot’s Blues v Marr (2pm)
    • Jed-Forest v Selkirk (3pm)
    • GHA v Glasgow Hawks (3pm)
  • SATURDAY 3rd DECEMBER 2022
    • Currie Chieftains v Heriot’s Blues (2pm)
    • Selkirk v Musselburgh (3pm)
    • Marr v GHA (2pm)
    • Hawick v Edinburgh Accies (3pm)
    • Glasgow Hawks v Jed-Forest (2pm)
  • SATURDAY 10th DECEMBER 2022
    • GHA v Currie Chieftains (3pm)
    • Musselburgh v Jed-Forest (2pm)
    • Edinburgh Accies v Selkirk (2pm)
    • Heriot’s Blues v Hawick (2pm)
    • Marr v Glasgow Hawks (2pm)
  • SATURDAY 17th DECEMBER 2022
    • Currie Chieftains v Marr (2pm)
    • Jed-Forest v Edinburgh Accies (3pm)
    • Hawick v GHA (3pm)
    • Selkirk v Heriot’s Blues (3pm)
    • Glasgow Hawks v Musselburgh (2pm)
  • SATURDAY 7th JANUARY 2023
    • Edinburgh Accies v Musselburgh (2pm)
    • Marr v Hawick (2pm)
    • Heriot’s Blues v Jed-Forest (2pm)
    • GHA v Selkirk (3pm)
    • Currie Chieftains v Glasgow Hawks (2pm)
  • SATURDAY 14th JANUARY 2023 
    • Hawick v Currie Chieftains (3pm)
    • Musselburgh v Heriot’s Blues (2pm)
    • Selkirk v Marr (3pm)
    • Jed-Forest v GHA (3pm)
    • Edinburgh Accies v Glasgow Hawks (2pm)
  • SATURDAY 21st JANUARY 2023
    • Currie Chieftains v Selkirk (2pm)
    • GHA v Musselburgh (3pm)
    • Marr v Jed-Forest (2pm)
    • Heriot’s Blues v Edinburgh Accies (2pm)
    • Glasgow Hawks v Hawick (2pm)

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3 Comments

  1. it just annoys me that the season effectively ends at the end of January when other leagues are still playing. I love my trips up to Balgray to see Hawks. Just wish they didn’t end so soon

  2. Looks like it will be a cracking season. I can see the title being won by either Currie or Hawick

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    • A bit early to be predicting winners at this stage Mister C especially when we do not know the squad line ups before the season starts. Marr were leading the premiership in 2019-2020 when league was abandoned and champions in 2021-2022 yet not in contention this year – strange.

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