Glasgow South news

Moffat 21    Cowal 22 
A CLINICAL display of running rugby by Melrose sent Whitecraigs tumbling out of the Scottish Cup on Saturday.
Kilmarnock Rugby Football Club Annual 7s tournament will be held on Saturday 23rd of May 2009.
With a number of their players on tour in Cardiff and Mull not offering an alternative date for the game despite a request being made before Christmas, ‘frew made the long t
It was a prefect day for running rugby as the Rams kicked off against Carrick, on their first visit to the Holm.  The
Renfrew left it too late to take anything but a bnus point from this match, but certainly gave Hyndland a fright in the final quarter.
A BATTLING performance by Whitecraigs on Saturday moved them one step closer to a second successive promotion.
No-one could have predicted, after Irvine fell 0-12 behind in the first five minutes, that they would run up a record score against old foes Morgan Academy FP, winning by 61 points to 20.
Carrick 1st XV played their first game of 2009 on Saturday against a young Wellington 1st XV side. Carrick started well with the blues forwards again dominating up front.
Renfrew travelled to Kilmacolm with the bare 15 players, and were made to suffer for the lack of substitutes.