Premiership leaderboard for weekending 26th September

Two tries for Paulo Ferreira in Aberdeen sees Jed-Forest prop join Scott Bickerstaff of Marr at summit of try chart

Paulo Ferreira's two tries for Jed against Aberdeen on Saturday puts hm joint top of the Premiership try-scoring table. Image: Bill McBurnie
Paulo Ferreira's two tries for Jed against Aberdeen on Saturday puts hm joint top of the Premiership try-scoring table. Image: Bill McBurnie


4 – Paulo Ferreira (Jed-Forest) and Scott Bickerstaff (Marr)

3 – Cole Imrie & Ru Campbell (both Edinburgh Accies), Matty Carryer & Ronan McKean (Hawick), and Gregor Tait & Sandy Watt (both Musselburgh)

2 – Rhys Davies, Cammy Meager, Wallace Nelson & Ryan Southern (all Currie Chieftains), Jamie Loomes & Jamie Sole (both Currie Chieftains), Liam Brims (Glasgow Hawks), Gordon Reid, Iosefa Turaga & Jack Scott (all Marr), William Fleming & Penalty Try (both Musselburgh) and Callum Anderson (Selkirk).

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



19 – Marr

17 – Edinburgh Accies

16 – Hawick

15 – Currie Chieftains

14 – Jed-Forest and Musselburgh

13 – Glasgow Hawk

8 – Aberdeen Grammar

7 – Selkirk

5 – GHA


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34 – Liam Brims (Glasgow Hawks)

28 – Gregor Hunter (Currie Chieftains) and Danny Owenson (Musselburgh)

23 – Gary Munro (Jed-Forest)

22 – Kirk Ford (Hawick)

19 – Tom Aplin (Aberdeen Grammar), Scott Clark (Selkirk) and Adam Scott (GHA)

12 – Ben Appleson (Edinburgh Accies)

10 – Sinjin Broad & Colin Sturgeon (both Marr) and Richard Mill (Edinburgh Accies)

8 – Jamie Loomes (Edinburgh Accies)

3 – Bailey Donaldson (Hawick)

2 – Paul Cunningham (Musselburgh)

Last weekend’s Premiership match reports:

Edinburgh Accies v Hawick: squad depth proves key in inspired home win

GHA v Marr: visitors go top of Premiership with gritty bonus-point win

Aberdeen Grammar v Jed-Forest: Borderers come out on top in high-scoring tussle

Glasgow Hawks v Musselburgh: jackals fill their boots in big home win


4 – Aberdeen Grammar (including one red) and Glasgow Hawks

3 – GHA

2 – Hawick and Musselburgh

1 – Edinburgh Accies, Jed-Forest, Marr and Selkirk

0 – 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.