Clubs and Schools news

Hawick stand-off Rory Hutton, 27, has been named as December’s BT Try of the Month awar winner for a scintillating individual effort in his side’s 27-22 victory over BT Premiership opponents, Ayr.
Scottish Rugby Council Representative Doug Ward CBE presents the BT Club of the Month to Heriot's players and President Donald Gray
One of Scotland's top domestic clubs has added to their recent accomplishments with the BT Club of the Month award for December.  
The business end of the BT Premiership season is well and truly in full swing, with only four rounds to go and the majority of sides still in contention for a playoff spot.
One of Glenrothes' founding fathers has been recognised for his contribution to the Fife club with the January BT Volunteer of the Month award, some fifty years on from the club's inauguration.
Jed Thistle v Ayr in the under-18 National Youth Cup final
This weekend the 2015 National Youth Cup and Bowl competitions get underway with under-18 defending champions, Jed Thistle at home – Lothian Park – to Stirling County on Saturday
BT Premiership side Glasgow Hawks are pleased to announce Jimmy Sinclair as their Head Coach, following the departure of Jamie Dempsey.
Gala ended a seven-match losing streak with a much-improved performance on the road to maintain their fourth-place BT Premiership Play-Off spot, as they def
Stirling County v Gala at Bridgehaugh
The BT Premiership gets back underway tomorrow for the first time in 2015 and there will be everything to play for from the first whistle at 2pm.
Ian Rankin and Neil Crooks complete the BT Cup draw
Some two local derbies have emerged in today’s BT Cup quarter-finals draw at the national stadium.