Waverley keep Border Cup but victory comes at a cost
Friday, November 16th, 2018
Border Cup winners Hawick Waverley after their 3-1 win over Chirnside at Woodside Park in Kelso. Back row, from left: Steven Shields (coach), Scott Craig, Paul Hossack, Ryan Clapperton, Declan Leckie, Jordan Yardley, Ali Willison, Jason Inglis, Tony Craggs (coach) and Chris Dunne; front row: Neal McConnell (coach), Craig McCutcheon, Taylor Hope, Grant Gass, Simon Philbin, Davis Hope, Greg Ford, Dean McColm and Jamie Richardson.
PICTURE: JMT MEDIA
Hawick Waverley were back on the trophy trail again at the weekend, retaining the Border Cup with a 3-1 win over Chirnside United.
The success at Kelso’s Woodside Park was, however, overshadowed by a bad injury to teenage midfielder Charlie Hope.
Play was suspended for 40 minutes as the 18-year-old was patched up and taken to hospital with a badly broken leg.