Clubs and Schools news

Jed-Forest staged a terrific second-half comeback to overcome league leaders Watsonians 18-12 at Myreside in the BT National League Division 1. 
Glasgow Hawks enter into a must-win game against Hawick at Old Anniesland on Saturday if they are to have a chance of making the BT Premiership play-offs. 
Edinburgh BATs were crowned National U16 Youth League Bowl champions after defeating Birkmyre 17-0 at BT Murrayfield on Sunday.
Currie secured a 31-19 bonus point win over Ayr at Malleny Park to secure a place inside the top four in their last BT Premiership game of this year. 
Scottish Rugby’s Schools and Youth Conference programme has been hailed a success following its first year of completion as it continues to grow and review youth rugby in Scotland.
Ayr cemented their position at the top of the BT Premiership table with a 20-8 victory over reigning champions Heriot's at Millbrae. 
The Sarah Beaney Cup quarter-final draw has been made with five sides from the BT Women’s Premier League competing alongside three teams from the BT National League Division 1 for a place in the se
Gala recorded a much needed win in the BT Premiership with a 25-10 victory over Borders rivals Melrose at Netherdale.
Annan Rugby Club’s Gary Coupland has been named children’s coach of the year at the UK Coaching Awards for his efforts to develop youth participation. 
Scotland Club International and Heriot’s head coach, Phil Smith, has announced an initial squad of 31 players to represent the Scotland Club International s