Clubs and Schools news

Gala pushed past Hawick 23-15 in the BT Cup third round Borders derby at Netherdale to progress to the last eight of the competition on Saturday. 
The third round of the BT Cup gets underway this weekend with teams from across the BT Premiership and BT National Leagues going head-to-head. 
Ayr secured a 29-14 bonus-point victory over Stirling County at Bridehaugh to cement second position in the table behind league leaders Melrose as the BT Premiership enters its final round stages. 
Stirling County welcome the return of the BT Premiership to Bridgehaugh this Saturday as they face Ayr after last week’s match against Melrose was postponed due to a frozen pitch (kick-off 3pm). 
This Sunday sees Broughton travel north to take on Garioch at Kellands Park in Inverurie on Sunday (kick-off 2pm). 
Murrayfield Wanderers claimed their third successive BT Women’s Premier League title with an 18-12 victory over Hillhead Jordanhill at BT Murrayfield on Sunday. 
Heriot’s overcame Currie 25-17 in the first BT Premiership round of the new year to move fourth in the league table and engrave their name on the Bill McLaren Shield after four consecutive victorie
Murrayfield Wanderers will go head-to-head with Hillhead Jordanhill in a winner-takes-all clash at BT Murrayfield this weekend to determine who will be crowned BT Women’s Premier League Champions. 
Edinburgh University Ladies will go head-to-head with Northumbria University Ladies in an attempt to win the BUCS Premier League for the first time in the history of any Scottish female university