Clubs and Schools news

St Andrews win oldest varsity match
St Andrews University have won the oldest university varsity match for the first time since it moved to Richmond Athletic Ground in London, three years ago.
Joe Helps, Melrose match winner
Melrose are at the top of the RBS Premiership tonight after victory in a pulsating game of ebb and flow against near neighbours Gala at the Greenyards.  
The results are in, the selectors and the public have had their say and the 20 men who have now been selected to complete Hawick's greatest ever team have been announced. 
Mark Bennett for Stirling County
Players from Edinburgh Rugby, Glasgow Warriors and Scotland 7s have been drafted to the four British & Irish Cup teams, ahead of the cross border competition that start
Taynuilt mini rugby festival
On Sunday (22 September) Taynuilt Mini Rugby Festival took place in Argyll and Bute, as part of the Dalriada festival.
Grant Sommerville - Gala v Hawick
Gala put in a convincing 32-13 victory over Border rivals Hawick today at Netherdale, and in the process moved to the top of the RBS Premiership.
Goldenacre - Fill the terraces
On Saturday (28 September) RBS Premiership club Heriot’s are aiming to fill the terraces at Goldenacre for their local derby with Edinburgh Accies.
Edinburgh and St Andrews universities rugby teams will look to tap into their alumni in London this weekend when they meet at London Scottish’s home ground on Saturday (28 Septem
Brewin Dolphin quarter-finals draw
The Brewin Dolphin Scottish Schools Cup will move into the quarter-final stage, next week, following the first round of action.
Aberdeen Grammar v Ayr
Aberdeen Grammar and Ayr are the only two teams in the RBS Premiership, to have landed evenly on both sides of the coin at the start of the season.