Premiership leaderboard for weekending 24th October

Liam Brims of Glasgow Hawks remains top of the Premiership Golden Boot Leaderboard while top try scorer Gregor Tait of Musselburgh added one more to his account

Golden Boot leader Liam Brims lines up another successful kick. Image: Bob Coats
Golden Boot leader Liam Brims lines up another successful kick. Image: Bob Coats



8 – Gregor Tait (Musselburgh)

6 –  Matty Carryer (Hawick) and Scott Bickerstaff (Marr)

5 – Ru Campbell (Edinburgh Accies), Max MacFarlane (GHA), Ronan McKean and Morgan Tait (both Hawick) and Paulo Ferreira (Jed-Forest)

4 – Rhys Davies & Ryan Southern (both Currie Chieftains), Cole Imrie (Edinburgh Accies), Lewis McNamara (Glasgow Hawks), Lewis Young (Jed-Forest) and Conor Bickerstaff & Jack Scott (both Marr)

3 –  Charlie Brett, Cammy Meager & Wallace Nelson (all Currie Chieftains), Robbie Kent & Jamie Sole (both Edinburgh Accies), Liam Brims & Jack McLean (both Glasgow Hawks), Kirk Ford (Hawick), Robbie Shirra-Gibb (Jed-Forest), Jamie Shedden (Marr) and Rory Hindhaugh & Sandy Watt (Musselburgh)

  • This leaderboard has been corrected to take into account Matty Carryer’s try for Hawick against GHA on 11th September, which was wrongly attributed.



37 – Marr

30 – Currie Chieftains and Hawick

29 – Edinburgh Accies

27 –  Musselburgh

26 – Glasgow Hawks

16 – Selkirk

23 – Jed-Forest

15 –  GHA

14 – Aberdeen Grammar


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68 – Liam Brims (Glasgow Hawks)

63 – Gregor Hunter (Currie Chieftains)

60 – Kirk Ford (Hawick) and Danny Owenson (Musselburgh)

51 –Gary Munro (Jed-Forest)

42 – Scott Clark (Selkirk)

27 – Tom Aplin (Aberdeen Grammar)

23 – Jamie Loomes (Edinburgh Accies)

22 – Calum Inglis (Marr)

19 – Adam Scott (GHA)

Last weekend’s Premiership match reports:

Marr stay top with bonus-point win over Edinburgh Accies

Hawick rain on Musselburgh’s birthday parade

Currie Chieftains keep eye on the prize with win at Jed-Forest

Glasgow Hawks secure win over Selkirk despite second-half fightback


8 – Glasgow Hawks

7 – GHA

5 – Aberdeen Grammar (including one red) and Jed-Forest

4 – Hawick and Musselburgh

3 – Edinburgh Accies and Selkirk

2 –  Marr

1 – Currie Chieftains


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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.