Clubs and Schools news

Dumfriesshire club Annan, have been voted as the first BT Club of the Month for the 2015/16 season.
Scottish Rugby saw record numbers take part in Europe’s largest annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) rugby event at BT Murrayfield on Sat
Stirling County 27 Heriot’s 21
BT Women’s Premier League sides Stirling County and Cartha Queens Park, have been drawn to face each other in the second round of the Sarah Beaney Cup.
Heriot’s and Melrose will be seeking vital victories this weekend, as they look to hunt down BT Premiership table-toppers Ayr.
Scottish Rugby today announced the 24 clubs set to benefit from the FastTrack strand of the Club Sustainability Fund.
Two tries in four minutes during the second half were the key for Stirling County as they continued their good run of form in the BT Premiership with a bonus point victory over Boroughmuir at Megge
Following last weekend's first round Sarah Beaney Cup fixtures, it's back to league action tomorrow (Sunday 25 October) for the women's clubs, with RHC Cougars at home to Cartha, Hillhead Jordanhil
It’s top v bottom in this week’s BT Premiership as Ayr look to reassert their position as league leaders as they travel to the Borders to play winless Selkirk.
The Scottish Rugby Schools Cup is now into the quarter-final stages at both under-16 and under-18 level, with both of last year’s finalists in the latter both still in the fray.