Clubs and Schools news

Scotland Club XV were unable to overcome England Counties at Birmingham Moseley tonight (Friday 24 February) as the home side recorded a 45-28 victory in a high intensity encounter. 
Ayr have been awarded BT Club of the Month for January for the 2016/17 season.
The quarter-finals of the BUCS Conference Trophy take place tomorrow with three Scottish universities competing for a place in the semi-final. 
Scotland Club XV and Heriot’s Head Coach, Phil Smith, has named his side to face England Counties, this Friday (24 February) at Birmingham Moseley (kick-off 7.45pm). 
Calum Bruce from Carnoustie has been awarded BT Volunteer of the Month for January for his tireless work across the mini section of the club. 
Currie claimed a 25-5 victory over Glasgow Hawks in a bruising contest at Malleny Park on Saturday to keep their BT Premiership play-off hopes alive. 
In the eighteenth and final round of the BT Premiership this Saturday, fifth-placed Currie face Glasgow Hawks at Malleny Park at 3pm as the hosts look to challenge for a top four position ahead of
Riverside Rock 2017, Jed-Forest’s Scottish Borders music festival have announced that they have been appointed as sponsors of the Kings of the Sevens competition as part of an initial two-year deal
Oban Lorne is saddened to announce the death of club stalwart John MacEachan after a brave struggle with illness.
Glasgow Hawks v Ayr, Old Anniesland