Clubs and Schools news

Ayr delivered two sucker punch tries to defending BT Premiership champions Heriot’s at the end of each half to win a scrappy encounter 18-23 at Goldenacre. 
The BT Women’s Premier League kicks-off this weekend across the country, with an additional two teams joining the women’s top-flight club competition. 
Round two of Scotland’s premier club competition sees a repeat of last season’s BT Premiership final when Ayr make the trip to Goldenacre to face reigning champions Heriot’s on Saturday. 
Scottish Rugby has today launched the 2016/17 Schools & Youth Conference programme after its induction last season saw over 10,000 players involved in 1,894
Watsonians 25-18 Heriot’sBT Premiership newcomers Watsonians produced a fine display to defeat reigning champions Heriot’s 25-18 at Myreside.
The BT Premiership returns on Saturday with ten teams going head-to-head across the country to gain the perfect start to the 2016/17 season.
Clubs from the BT Premiership have had their pick of 94 professional players contracted to Glasgow Warriors, Edinburgh Rugby and Scotland 7s, ahead of the n
East's Chloe Rollie scored four tries to help her side claim the Donna Kennedy Cup
The East won the Donna Kennedy Cup for the second year in a row at BT Murrayfield on Sunday 21 August. 
Melrose defeated Heriot’s 36-7 at Goldenacre to lift the BT Charity Shield, the first piece of silverware for the 2016/17 BT Premiership season. 
The teams have been announced for tonight's BT Charity Shield clash between Heriot’s and Melrose at Goldenacre (kick-off 6.45pm).