Tennent’s Premiership Leaderboard – after round three

It is a four way tie at the top of the try-scoring leaderboard with Nathan Brown of Aberdeen Grammar, Craig Bachurzewski of Hawick), Callum Young of Jed and Conor Bickerstaff of Marr on five tries each

Jed-Forest v Glasgow Hawks
Callum Young of Jed bagged his fifth try of the season against Glasgow Hawks which puts him joint top of the try-scoring table. Image: Bill McBurnie

TOP TRY SCORER

5 – Nathan Brown (Aberdeen Grammarr), Craig Bachurzewski (Hawick), Callum Young (Jed-Forest) and Conor Bickerstaff (Marr)

3 – Max Love (Edinburgh Accies), Steven Hamilton & Fergus Scott (both Currie Chieftains), Paul Cairncross (Glasgow Hawks) and Scott Bickerstaff & Gregor Paxton (both Marr)

TEAM TRIES

22 – Marr

17 – Currie Chieftains, Edinburgh Accies and Hawick

15 – Jed-Forest and Selkirk

13 – Aberdeen Grammar

11 – Glasgow Hawks

7 –  GHA and Musselburgh

The Thornwood
The Thornwood bar is delighted to support Glasgow Hawks

GOLDEN BOOT (POINTS KICKED)

36 – Colin Sturgeon (Marr)

28 – Tom Aplin (Aberdeen Grammar)

27 – Gregor Hunter (Currie Chieftains)

26 – Liam Brims (Glasgow Hawks)

23 –  Ali Weir (Hawick) and Jamie Loomes (Edinburgh Accies)

20 – Robbie Yourston (Jed-Forest)

16 – Aaron McColm (Selkirk)

8 – Danny Owenson (Musselburgh)

7 – Jack Anderson (GHA)

This weekend’s Premiership match reports:

Jed-Forest v Glasgow Hawks: Borderers hold on to claim first win

GHA v Marr: Ayrshire men continue winning ways

Aberdeen Grammar shake off late arrival to secure comfortable win in the Borders

Currie Chieftains v Hawick: home side make hay while the sun shines

Musselburgh v Edinburgh Accies: clinical visitors give proof of title credentials

CARDS BY TEAM

4 – Edinburgh Accies (3 x yellow, 1 x red) and Selkirk

3 – Jed-Forest

2 – GHA andnHawick

1 –  Aberdeen Grammar, Currie Chieftains, Glasgow Hawks, Marr and Musselburgh

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