Clubs and Schools news

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. 
Heriot’s have been knocked off the top of the BT Premiership after being defeated by 32-21 Melrose at the Greenyards. 
Reigning BT Premiership Champions Heriot’s tonight returned to the top of the table after a well-fought 23-14 win over local rivals Boroughmuir at Meggetland.
The number of competitive rugby matches played at youth level by Scottish schools and clubs has doubled in the past month, compared to September 2014. 
The second round of the BT Cup was drawn today, Monday 5 October, at BT Murrayfield, and, in-true knockout competition style, includes some interesting clashes. 
West coast outfit Ayr climbed to the top of the BT Premiership following this week’s round of leagues proceedings, with an away win at defending champions, Heriot’s.
Defending champions, Heriot’s, lead the way in the BT Premiership with a 100% win record and 19 league points, going into this week’s round of fixtures.