Super6 Leaderboard –the final reckoning

Ayrshire Bulls finish the season as first ever Super6 champions, with their captain and No8 Blair MacPherson as top try-scorer

Ayrshire Bulls finished the season as Super6 champions. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk
Ayrshire Bulls finished the season as Super6 champions. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk

FINAL RANKINGS

1st – Ayrshire Bulls

2nd – Southern Knights

3rd – Watsonians

4th – Stirling County

5th – Boroughmuir Bears

6th – Heriot’s

 

Jordan Lenac is first on the scene to congratulate George Thornton on his crucial try for Ayrshire Bulls against Southern Knights in Sunday's Super6 Final. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk
Jordan Lenac is first on the scene to congratulate George Thornton on his crucial try for Ayrshire Bulls against Southern Knights in Sunday’s Super6 Final. Image: © Craig Watson – www.craigwatson.co.uk

TOP TRY SCORER

8 – Blair MacPherson (Ayrshire Bulls)

7 – Tom Roche (Stirling County)

5 – Kaleem Barreto & Jordan Edmunds (both Boroughmuir Bears), Russell Anderson, Jacob Henry & Penalty Tries (all Southern Knights), Reyner Kennedy (Stirling County) and Sam Daly (Watsonians)

4 – Yaree Fantini & Robbie Nairn (both Ayrshire Bulls), Iain Wilson (Heriot’s), Fraser Renwick (Southern Knights) and Archie Russell (Stirling County)

3 – Elias Caven & Tom Jordan (both Ayrshire Bulls), Tom Brown (Boroughmuir Bears), Alex Ball (Heriot’s), Patrick Anderson (Southern Knights) and Harvey Elms & Steven Longwell (both Watsonians)

 

TEAM TRIES

39 – Ayrshire Bulls

37 – Southern Knights

35 – Watsonians

33 – Stirling County

26 – Heriot’s

22 – Boroughmuir Bears

 

GOLDEN BOOT (POINTS KICKED)

89 – Jason Baggott (Southern Knights)

67 – Tom Pittman (Boroughmuir Bears)

58 – Marc Morrison (Watsonians)

49 – Tom Jordan (Ayrshire Bulls)

48 – Bruce Houston (Heriot’s)

29 – Matt Minogue (Ayrshire Bulls)

21 – Christian Townsend (Ayrshire Bulls) and Joe Reynolds (Watsonians)

16 – Martin Cimprich (Boroughmuir Bears)

17 – Euan Cunningham (Stirling County)


Read this weekend’s Super6 match reports –

Super6: Ayrshire Bulls defeat Southern Knights to clinch the title

Super6: Watsonians hold off Stirling County fightback to take third place

Super6: Heriot’s humbled by Barreto-inspired Boroughmuir Bears


CARDS PER TEAM

10 – Ayrshire Bulls (single red counts as two)

9 – Heriot’s and Stirling County

8 –  Watsonians

5 – Southern Knights

4 – Boroughmuir Bears

 

LEAGUE TABLE


Super6: Ayrshire Bulls defeat Southern Knights to clinch the title

Super6: Watsonians hold off Stirling County fightback to take third place

Super6: Heriot’s humbled by Barreto-inspired Boroughmuir Bears

 

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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.

7 Comments

  1. Well that’s Super Six over for this season. Did anyone notice ? Judging by the poor attendance at the final it wasn’t a crowd puller with the crowd at the Hawick v Jedforest match last Saturday far more impressive.
    What a shame the GHA motion to replace Super Six with a revised district championship was not carried at the SRU agm. What do the Super Six players now do for the rest of the season ?

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    • TBF hasn’t COVID pushed the final closer into the colder months?

      Crowd looked OK, it was a miserable day. Seeing rugby in Summer months is great and the league is competitive.

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    • The trouble is the Super Six consists of artificial teams which have no tradition and history (certainly whilst the likes of the Edinburgh teams and Stirling continue to play in the national leagues) so no matter how good the rugby is they have no identity so it is little wonder attendances are low.

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    • 6 squads of 30 odd players now twiddling their fingers not playing rugby till springtime .
      Tell me what good is that doing for Scottish rugby .
      Dodson’ folly’

  2. It looks like there’s an editing error in the sixth place in the final ranking table — unless an individual replaced Heriot’s for sixth place. If so, well done to him.

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