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TRIES AGAINST CURRIE
Last Friday wasn’t exactly the game of the season as it was a windy, wet and a cold night. Our mixed squad produced a decent win with some excellent performances from the younger players. Donald Crawfod, Tom Galbraith and Cammy Mackay did well as did Angus Runciman and Aaron Welch. We also managed to get game time into a few of those who have been injured so all in all its was a welcome fixture and result. In addition both the Storm and Wasps had good wins over Peebles and Selkirk YC respectively.
This week sees us return to Premiership duty against Stirling County who are on our tails at present. I am sure this will be a tough one as they have been going well and will be determined to do the double over us. We need to up our performance levels in order to ensure we gain a play off place so here's hoping we can cut out the period during games where we have lost concentration. A good crowd is expected with a players reunion lunch being held so it would be ideal if we could produce a more rounded performance and seal a win.
Theres no doubt winning makes a beer taste better, I'm sure it must be Douglas Hardie's round - season of goodwill and all that stuff?
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TRIES AGAINST HAWICKTRIES BY MELROSE LADIES V RHCMELROSE SCORES AGAINST GALAMELROSE TRY AGAINST EDINBURGH ACCIES
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