Glasgow South news

It was a passionate defensive effort and outstanding incisiveness in attack that gave South of Scotland a well deserved victory at Mansfield Park, this afternoon.
Despite the entire country being tarnished with miserable and dark weather on Saturday, it wasn’t enough to snuff out the ever surprising competition that is the 2011/12 RBS Premier 1.
With only five more Saturdays to go until the league split, the teams of RBS Premier 1 are all looking to assure their place in the top eight.
Eight Melrose players will start for the South of Scotland in their historic fixture against the world-famous Barbarians at Mansfield Park, Hawick, next Tuesday (11 October, kick-off 4pm
It was a weekend of home advantage wins on Saturday as every team playing on their own turf recorded a victory in RBS Premier 1.
This weekend’s fixtures mark the half way point in the lead up to the league split in November.
Stirling County’s director of rugby, Eddie Pollock, has been appointed in a new combined role of specialist coaching co-ordinator and Scotland under-18 head coach.
This weekend the Bill McLaren Shield changed hands for the third time since its inception.
South of Scotland team manager, Richie Gray and his coaches Craig Chalmers and John Dalziel (both Melrose) have announced a 35-man squad to attend two training sessions prior to the high profile ma
Round 5 and the top division of domestic rugby couldn’t get any more exciting.