Tennent’s Premiership Leaderboard – final standings

Andrew Mitchell of Hawick finishes top of tthe try scoring chart while Tom Aplin of Aberdeen wins the golden boot

A late surge saw Hawick's Andrew Mitchell finish the 2019-20 season as the Premiership's top try scorer. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk
A late surge saw Hawick's Andrew Mitchell finish the 2019-20 season as the Premiership's top try scorer. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk

THE Premiership campaign – like all rugby this season – finished with a premature dull thud rather than the fireworks we had hoped for. But the teams and players who have led the charge through the previous six months should be given credit for what they have achieved. So, without further ado, here is the final standings in The Offside Line’s Premiership Leaderboards for 2019-20 

TOP TRY SCORER

13 – Andrew Mitchell (Hawick)

12 – Conor Bickerstaff (Marr)

11 – Fergus Scott (Currie Chieftains)

9 – Nathan Brown (Aberdeen Grammar) and Callum Young (Jed-Forest)

8 – Lewis Young (Jed-Forest) and Scott Bickerstaff (Marr)

7 – Nat Coe (Aberdeen Grammar), Steven Hamilton and Mike Vernel (both Currie Chieftains), Robbie Yourston (Jed-Forest), Richard Dalgleish (Marr) and Henry Bithray (Selkirk)

6 – Tom Aplin (Aberdeen Grammar), Max Priestly (Glasgow Hawks), Craig Bachurzewski, Matt Carryer and Logan Gordon-Wooley (all Hawick), Colin Sturgeon (Marr), Danny Owenson (Musselburgh), Scott McClymont and Josh Welsh (both Selkirk)

5 – Murray Mitchell and Robin Cessford (both Aberdeen Grammar), Graeme Carson, Gregor Christie, Archie McLean and Reece Patterson (all Currie Chieftains), Max Love and Jamie Sole (both Edinburgh Accies), Jackson Baillie, Jordan Craig and Grant Mollison (all GHA), Kerr Gossman and Ryan Sweeney (both Glasgow Hawks), Jae Linton and Shawn Muir (both Hawick), Garry Young, Rory Marshall and Monty Mitchell (all Jed-Forest), Benedict Grant, Gregor Paxton, Mackenzie Pearce and Ollie Rossi (all Marr), Craig Owenson (Musselburgh), Ryan Cotterill, Ewan MacDougall and Luke Pettie (all Selkirk)

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TEAM TRIES

84 – Marr

81 – Currie Chieftains

66 – Hawick

64 – Jed-Forest

59 – Selkirk

58 – Musselburgh

57 – Aberdeen Grammar

49 – Edinburgh Accies

48 – GHA

42 – Glasgow Hawks

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GOLDEN BOOT (POINTS KICKED)

127 – Tom Aplin (Aberdeen Grammar)

122 – Colin Sturgeon (Marr) and Robbie Yourston (Jed-Forest)

117 – Liam Brims (Glasgow Hawks)

108 – Danny Owenson (Musselburgh)

105 – Gregor Hunter (Currie Chieftains)

101 – Ali Weir (Hawick)

76 – Aaron McColm (Selkirk)

49 – Jamie MacKinnon (GHA)

44 – Jack Anderson (GHA)

41 –  Jamie Loomes (Edinburgh Accies)


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CARDS PER TEAM

16 – Jed-Forest (1 x red)

14 – Edinburgh Accies (1 x red)

13 – Hawick

11 – GHA (1 x red)

10–Selkirk

8 – Musselburgh

7 – Currie Chieftains and Marr

6 – Aberdeen Grammar and Glasgow Hawks

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LEAGUE TABLE

PremiershipPWLDFADTBLBPts
Marr RFC16141157125231910169
Currie Chieftains17134055826729113267
Hawick RFC1612314502472039160
Selkirk RFC18972392375176349
Aberdeen188100417607-1905239
Jed-Forest186120452537-859336
GHA RFC186120361539-1786434
Musselburgh185112412625-2137334
Glasgow Hawks175120337425-885732
Edinburgh Acc164102332408-765227
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