Premiership leaderboard –  THE FINAL RECKONING FOR 2021-22

Gregor Tait of Musselburgh is the league's top try-scorer with 12 while Hawick's Kirk Ford wins the golden boot with 134 points

Gregor Tait finished the season as the Premiership's top try-scorer. Image: John Durham
Gregor Tait finished the season as the Premiership's top try-scorer. Image: John Durham

TOP TRY SCORER

12 – Gregor Tait (Musselburgh)

11 – Paulo Ferreira (Jed-Forest), Scott Bickerstaff (Marr) and Sandy Watt (Musselburgh)

10 – Rhys Davies (Currie Chieftains) and Jamie Shedden (Marr)

9 – Max MacFarlane (GHA), Matty Carryer and Ronan McKean (both Hawick)

8 – Ryan Southern (Currie Chieftains) and Ben Pickles (Selkirk)

7 – Charlie Brett & DJ Innes (both Currie Chieftains), Ruairi Campbell & Robbie Kent (both Edinburgh Accies) and Shawn Muir (Hawick),

6 –  Joe Reynolds (both Currie Chieftains), Cole Imrie & Jamie Sole (both Edinburgh Accies), Lewis McNamara (Glasgow Hawks), Stuart Graham & Morgan Tait (both Hawick), Gregor Young & Lewis Young (both Jed-Forest) and Callum Anderson (Selkirk)


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TEAM TRIES

96 – Currie Chieftains

76 – Marr

72 – Edinburgh Accies

71 – Hawick

58 – GHA and Musselburgh

53 – Jed-Forest

49 – Glasgow Hawks

47 – Selkirk

39 – Aberdeen Grammar

GOLDEN BOOT (POINTS KICKED)

134 – Kirk Ford (Hawick)

133 – Gregor Hunter (Currie Chieftains)

107 – Liam Brims (Glasgow Hawks) and Danny Owenson (Musselburgh)

97 – Gary Munro (Jed-Forest)

87 – Colin Sturgeon (Marr)

79 – Tom Aplin (Aberdeen Grammar) and Jamie Loomes (Edinburgh Accies)

57 – Scott Clark (Selkirk)

48 – George Baird (GHA)

 

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CARDS PER TEAM

16 – Jed-Forest (including two reds)

13 – GHA (including one red) and Glasgow Hawks

12 – Marr and Musselburgh (including one red)

9 – Aberdeen Grammar (including one red)

7 – Hawick and Selkirk

6 – Currie Chieftains

4 – Edinburgh Accies

 

LEAGUE TABLE


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