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Friendly romp for Greens

Friday, November 23rd, 2018

With a “free” week on their hands, Hawick U-18s welcomed Alnwick Colts to Volunteer Park on Saturday afternoon for a friendly. Ryan Toogood powered over for the opener after nine  minutes following a Hawick scrum on Colts’ 22-metre line.  Bailey Donaldson opened his account with a sweetly struck conversion....

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Hawick pair reach South quarter-finals

Friday, November 23rd, 2018

Hawick Waverley  and United both progressed into the quarter finals of the South of Scotland Cup last weekend.  Waverley by defeating Langlee Amateurs 5-2 (after extra time) at Netherdale. United also booked their place with an 8-4 win over Linton Hotspur....

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Mailman is a big hit at club night

Friday, November 23rd, 2018

Hawick Boxing Club held its annual awards dinner last Saturday. It was an evening of presentations, speeches, song, humour and good food and was a real knockout....

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Long-running club success

Friday, November 23rd, 2018

Fifty Teviotdale Harriers each gave their very best  in the annual Burns Club races on a beautiful sunny afternoon  in Hawick’s glorious Wilton Lodge Park last Saturday.  Five trophies were up for grabs, across three courses each starting near  to the Burns Club, who  have kindly sponsored this  Harriers  event for more than 50 years....

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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...

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Green Machine

Friday, November 16th, 2018

Following on from their win on the road at Stirling County last weekend it was back to league business for the young Greens on Saturday. They welcomed Tynedale Colts from Northumberland to Volunteer Park and scored within two minutes  Following a Hawick scrum five meters out, David Murphy-Clark  peeled from the rear and drove into...

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Dogs deliver successful season start

Friday, November 16th, 2018

SUCO Sled Dogs had a great start to their  new season at the opening eventhosted by FDCUK at Kershope Forest last weekend.


Lisa’s a big hit as skip

Friday, November 9th, 2018

Teri Scotland star Lisa Thomson admits she was “very disappointed” with the loss to Italy last weekend in her first game  as captain – but knows they will get better and is honoured to be the country’s skipper....

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Late Rose double leaves Greens gutted

Friday, November 9th, 2018

Hawick came as close as they have done this season to ‘winning on the road’  but the final 10 minutes at The Greenyards on Saturday proved fatal. Defeat was not due to the unusual 1pm kick-off or the wind and rain which blew down the field – instead the Melrose victory was marked by a...

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The young Hawick lads made it six wins from six in the Border League at Mansfield Park on Wednesday night, with a well-earned 48-14 victory against Kelso Under-16s.  The scoreline suggests Hawick ran away with the game, however, while they were always on top, Kelso made the lads work hard for their win. Prior to...

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Teri girls impress in Cardiff

Friday, November 9th, 2018

Hawick girls Megan Landels and Amy Campbell were in 7s heaven at Cardiff Arms Park last weekend. The teenagers were in the Borders squad taking part in their first competition together – backed all the way by Teri Scotland stars Lisa Thomson and Lana Skeldon....

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Hawick Waverley waltzed into the second round of the Waddell Cup by demolishing Tweeddale Rovers 8-1 at Peebles. This was another fine win for Waverley who have rattled away 15 goals in their last two outings. Although facing the wind, they produced the early initiative and Jason Inglis had an effort kept out by former...

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The team at Freestyle Fitness OCR (obstacle course racing) are gearing up for their next challenge after a successful world championships in London. Now, team coach Mark Huggan is calling on Teries to sign up, show their mettle  and take on the MacTuff at Knockhill in Fife – Scotland’s toughest OCR event....

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Family’s delight at Darcy call up

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

Teri flying winger Darcy Graham has earned a place in the Scotland team to face Wales on Saturday – and it’s a dream come true for him and his family....

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All-conquering Linden cruise to victory

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

Top of the table Linden blew fourth placed Dunbar away with a ten-try avalanche at the Volunteer 3G.  Playing some excellent rugby, the Royal Blues were 43-5 ahead at the break but couldn’t exert the same control in the second period after a raft of substitutions even though Dunbar went down to 14 due to...

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Hawick stung in second-half slump

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

Hawick head coach George Graham was left scratching his head as to why his side cannot turn their recent good form at home into points on the road.  The Greens suffered  a second-half collapse which saw them lose heavily at Heriot’s on Saturday....

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