Clubs and Schools news

Submitted by Hamilton Rugby Club
Scottish Rugby Coach Development have launched a Pro-Coach Masterclass Series, new for season 2016/17. 
The world’s oldest Varsity match took place at BT Murrayfield on Saturday 24 September, with the University of St Andrews overcoming the University of Edinburgh for the fourth consecutive time, rec
Ayr's better game management saw them defeat their visitors 11-7 to displace them from the summit of the BT Premiership, in a nail-biting encounter in the Millbrae glaur. 
This Saturday sees BT Premiership’s last remaining unbeaten teams, Ayr and Melrose, face each other for the first time this season at Millbrae on the west coast at 3pm.
Grangemouth Stagettes host Oban Lorne at Glensburgh this Sunday at 2pm for the Kelpies’ women’s first home match of the 2016/17 season.
The teams have been announced today for the world’s oldest varsity match, which will once again take centre stage on the international pitch at BT Murrayfield on Saturday. 
The Schools & Youth Conference programme is now well underway with the arrival of a new Girls’ President’s Conference involving teams at under-15 and under-18 level fr
Hawick 28 - 43 AyrAyr overcame Hawick in a bonus point win at Mansfield Park with Scotland and Glasgow Warriors stand-off Finn Russell pulling
Currie secured their first win of the BT Premiership season in fine 27-24 style with a last-minute try against Stirling County at Malleny Park.