NEW DATE FOR SPORTS DINNER: FRIDAY,
SELKIRK chairman John Rutherford has announced that
the new date for the club’s Sports Dinner is Friday, February 10th, and that the event will be held in the Philiphaugh
“I’m pleased to report that our two speakers, George McNeill and Doddie Weir, have confirmed they will both be
available to come along to Philiphaugh on that date,” John told the selkirkrfc.com web site this week.
“I really hope that everyone who had tickets for the original event will be able to support the dinner again. It
would be a great help if those people who had arranged tables could once again let me know numbers and names. There
were also a few people who couldn't attend on the previous date, so if they can now make the February 10 dinner
it would be great to hear from them.”
John’s e-mail address is email@example.com
DATE FINALISED FOR SELKIRK PAST
PLAYERS CLUB LUNCH
MEMBERS of Selkirk RFC’s Past Players Club will
hold their annual reunion lunch in the Philiphaugh Suite on Saturday, February 11, the day on which the club’s
1st XV take on Aberdeen Grammar in a BT National League 1 home fixture.
Any paid-up Past Players Club member wishing to attend the lunch is asked to contact PPC secretary John Rutherford
by e-mailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW DATE FOR HAWICK MATCH
SELKIRK’S postponed Booker Border League fixture
against Hawick will now be played at Mansfield Park on Friday, February 3rd (kick-off 7.30pm).
(as at 16/1/2017)
Played 18 Won 9 Lost 9 Drawn 0
Pts scored: 517. Pts conceded: 485.
Tries scored: 79. Tries conceded: 60.
Leading try scorers (after 18 matches): 17 - Darren Clapperton; 10 - Scott Hendrie;
8 - Josh Welsh; 5 - Tythan Adams, Craig MacDougall; 4 – Ross Nixon; 3 - Frazer Anderson, Matt Robertson, Lewis
MacLennan, Ciaran Whyte; 2 – Peter Forrest, Jordan McGowan, Cata Graur, Callum McEwan; 1- Michael Waldron, Andrew
Renwick, Ian Oosthuizen, Dave Allan, Scott McDonald, Rory Banks, Sean Nixon, Max Gordon, Scott Tough, Mikey Davies.
Leading points scorers (after 18 matches): 116 – Josh Welsh (8 tries, 7 penalties,
30 conversions); 85 – Darren Clapperton (17 tries).
Most appearances (after 18 matches): 18 - Ross Nixon, Matt Robertson, Peter
Forrest; 17 - Ewan MacDougall; 16 - Darren Clapperton, Josh Welsh; 15 - Scott Hendrie, Kieran Cooney; 14 - Craig
MacDougall, Ruairi Wilson, Michael Waldron, Sean Nixon; 13- Jordan McGowan, Ciaran Whyte; 11 - Andrew Renwick,
Jackson Wallace, Cata Graur; 10 - Max Gordon; 9 - Lewis MacLennan; 8 - Frazer Anderson, Scott McDonald; 7 - Callum
McEwan; 5 – Ian Oosthuizen, Tythan Adams, Bonekele Siyothula, Gavin Craig, Connor MacAulay; 4 –Scott Tough, Aaron
(as at 16/1/2017)
Played 14 Won 4 Lost 10 Drawn 0
Pts scored: 239. Pts conceded: 419.
Tries scored: 35. Tries conceded: 64.
Leading try scorers (after 14 matches): 6 – Kerr Gerrard; 4 - Ross Purves, Lewis
Martin; 3 - Dave Allan, Rory Banks; 2 – Callum McColm, Ruairi Wilson, Harry Borthwick;1 – Callum McEwan, Donald
Nichol, Rory Hamilton, Ali Lyall, Frazer Anderson, Aaron McColm, Michael Waldron, Strath Mackenzie, Neil Darling.
Leading points scorers (after 14 matches): 46 - Rory Banks (3 tries, 7 penalties,
5 conversions); 32 – Rory Hamilton (1 try, 1 penalty, 12 conversions); 30 – Kerr Gerrard (6 tries).
Most appearances (after 14 matches): 13 - Robert Cook, Lewis Martin, Jimmy
Stephen; 12 - Gavin Ross, Finlay Amos; 11 - Dave Allan, Robbie Reilly, Ross Purves, Rory Hamilton, Harry Borthwick;
10 – Strath Mackenzie; 9 – Alan Lambie, Jy Griffin, Kieran Thomson, Frazer Anderson; 7 - Kerr Gerrard, Jack Houston,
Ali Lyall, Greg Baird; 6 - Donald Nichol, Ryan Legge, Douglas Swinbanks; 5 – Callum McColm, Ryan Shiel, Michael
Waldron; 4 - Kieran Monks, Jamie Turnbull, Gavin Craig; 3 - Scott McDonald, Connor Ward, Phil Anderson.