Heriot’s Rugby Weekend Roundup

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Weekend Results Saturday 14th / Sunday 15th September

Great wins for Heriot’s Blues Women and Ferry Road Wanderers at the weekend.  A hard fought game at Goldenacre against Melrose Rugby for Heriot’s Blues Men saw Melrose secure the win.

See match report below.

Full time scores:-

Heriot’s Blues Men 24 – Melrose Rugby 34

Caledonian Thebans 3 – Ferry Road Wanderers 94

Heriot’s Blues Women 41 – Stewarty Sirens 27

This coming weekend’s fixtures:-

Saturday 21st September

Heriot’s Blues Men off to Stirling to meet the Stirling Wolves

Heriot’s Blues Twos, having recently joined the East Reserve 1 League, are at home to Stewart’s Melville 2nd XV for their first game of the season.

Ferry Road Wanderers are at home versus Edinburgh Northern 2nd XV

Sunday 22nd September

Heriot’s Blues Women are at Goldenacre versus Annan

Good luck to all teams this coming weekend!

The next pre-match lunch at Goldenacre is on Saturday 28th September prior to the Heriot’s Blues Men V Cartha QP match.  Cost is £20 for members/£30 for non-members and includes a 2 course set lunch, tea/coffee & mints and entry to the game as well as some insightful chat from Iain (the Bear) Milne.

Places must be booked in advance. Please pay via our website using the link HERE or email: enquiries@heriotsrugbyclub.co.uk

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Heriot’s Blues Men V Melrose Rugby Match Report (courtesy of The Offside Line)

Melrose were on the road to Heriot’s Blues and it was a cracking contest at Goldenacre. The home side, who had won at Dundee HSFP in week one, were 12-3 up with half-time approaching before Melrose scored two crucial tries. The first one came from Donald Crawford and when David Colvine added the conversion to his earlier penalty it was 12-10. The second converted try came from James Brown and it was 17-12 to the visitors at the interval.

Gavin Wood went over for another converted try in the 52nd minute to make it 24-12 to the Borderers before Heriot’s pegged things back. A Colvine penalty made it 27-17, but again Heriot’s fought back and it was 27-24 heading into final stages.

With four minutes to go, Lewis Mallin intercepted and showed good footwork to go over for the bonus point try and give Melrose a 34-24 triumph.