Tennent’s Premiership Leaderboard – after 11th January matches

The Offside Line's record of top try-scorers (individual and team), most prolific kicker and most yellow-cards by team so far

Tom Aplin scored a try and kicked 10 points for Aberdeen Grammar against Musselburgh last weekend. Image: Howard Moles
Tom Aplin scored a try and kicked 10 points for Aberdeen Grammar against Musselburgh last weekend. Image: Howard Moles

TOP TRY SCORER

11 – Conor Bickerstaff (Marr)

9 – Nathan Brown (Aberdeen Grammar) and Fergus Scott (Currie Chieftains)

8 –  Callum Young (Jed-Forest)

7 – Andrew Mitchell (Hawick)

6 – Nat Coe (Aberdeen Grammar), Steven Hamilton (Currie Chieftains), Craig Bachurzewski and Matt Carryer (both Hawick), Colin Sturgeon and Scott Bickerstaff (both Marr) and Henry Bithray and Josh Welsh (both Selkirk)

5 – Tom Aplin and Robin Cessford (both Aberdeen Grammar), Archie McLean and Mike Vernel (both Currie Chieftains), Max Love and Jamie Sole (both Edinburgh Accies), Jackson Baillie (GHA), Richard Dalgliesh, Mackenzie Pearce and Ollie Rossi (all Marr), Danny Owenson (Musselburgh), Ryan Cotterill and Scott McClymont (both Selkirk)

4 –  Murray Mitchell (Aberdeen Grammar), Charlie Brett and Wallace Nelson (both Currie Chieftains), Sean Crombie and Penalty Tries (both Edinburgh Accies), Grant Mollison (GHA), Max Priestly and Ryan Sweeney (both Glasgow Hawks), Logan Gordon-Wooley and Jae Linton (both Hawick), Monty Mitchell, Gary Munro, Lewis Young and Robbie Yourston (all Jed-Forest), Gregor Ness, Gregor Paxton and Iosefo Turaga (all Marr), Craig Owenson and Gregor Tait (both Musselburgh), James Bett (Selkirk)

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TEAM TRIES

71 – Marr

61 – Currie Chieftains

49 – Aberdeen Grammar

48 – Selkirk

45 – Edinburgh Accies

44 – Jed-Forest and Musselburgh

43 – Hawick

41 – GHA

35 – Glasgow Hawks

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GOLDEN BOOT (POINTS KICKED)

122 – Colin Sturgeon (Marr)

105 – Tom Aplin (Aberdeen Grammar)

101 – Liam Brims (Glasgow Hawks)

89 – Robbie Yourston (Jed-Forest)

84 – Danny Owenson (Musselburgh)

74 – Gregor Hunter (Currie Chieftains)

70 – Ali Weir (Hawick)

59 – Aaron McColm (Selkirk)

44 – Jack Anderson (GHA)

41 –  Jamie Loomes (Edinburgh Accies)


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CARDS PER TEAM

14 – Jed-Forest (1 x red)

12 – Edinburgh Accies (1 x red)

10 – Hawick

9 – GHA (1 x red) and Selkirk

8 – Musselburgh

7 – Currie Chieftains and Marr

6 – Glasgow Hawks

3 –  Aberdeen Grammar

Cala Homes supports Currie Chieftains

LEAGUE TABLE

PremiershipPWLDFADTBLBPts
Marr RFC1412115072822829160
Currie Chieftains15114049421727711257
Hawick RFC1410313522181347150
Selkirk RFC1677234634335340
Aberdeen16880393501-1085239
Jed-Forest166100404457-538335
GHA RFC166100343511-1686333
Musselburgh164102373591-2187229
Edinburgh Accies14482312358-465227
Glasgow Hawks154110310413-1035627
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