Currie put in a confident shift in this evening’s under-16 National Youth League Cup final at Murrayfield Stadium. They beat Hawick Albion 37-12.
However, at no point did the Borderers take a foot off the gas and let them take the victory, as they battled hard for the full 70 minutes.
For Currie, captain Scott McGinley and winger Robbie Nairn, who picked up the man-of-the-match accolade, both touched down twice and their efforts were complimented with tries from stand-off Blair Kinghorn and winger Tom Hall.
Kinghorn also added a penalty and two conversions and showed-off his talent in the number ten jersey, taking commanded of his back divison.
Hawick Albion’s scorers were captain Grant Huggan, who played well throughout the match, and prop Fraser Renwick with tries. Stand-off Dean Gillan also kicked one conversion.
Currie head coach, Andy Jones, said: “I’d like pay tribute to everyone of the players who won this match. Well done.
“Hawick Albion played fantastically well too and made us play hard throughout the game, but we’re absolutely delighted to come away with the win.”