GHA PASSION BREAKS THE WINTER GLOOM OVER BRAIDHOLM

GHA RFC MATCH 134: GHA RFC 38 – 17 HAWICK RFC

2007/2008: Scottish Premiership One

GHA RFC 

 HAWICK RFC

A. Rushforth 15 B. Sutherland
R. Watson 14 C. Murray
N. Cassie 13 C. Neish
A. Bulloch 12 R. Scott
R. McClymont 11 M. Graham
J. Noonan 10 R. Hutton
J. Wright 9 K. Reid
J. Welsh 1 N. Little
D. Sutherland 2 S. Fleetwood
A. Kelly 3 G. Cross
G. Williamson 4 G. Petrie
J. Paine 5 M. Robertson
G. Harkness 6 N. MacTaggart
A. Boag 7 R. Hogg
D. Chaney 8 D. Lowrie
D. Ziolo 16 S. Anderson
J. Coffey 17 G. Goodfellow
J. Reid 18 S. Linton
M. Dunn 19 K. Davies
R. Jericevich 20 R. Borthwick
Watson (2), Cassie, Chaney, Sutherland, Wright Try Cross, Goodfellow
Noonan (4) Con Scott (2)
Pen Scott
DG
Referee
Mr G. Gordon

 

Hawick chief Jim Hay admitted his side had not only been thrashed in terms of the scoreline – but also in the passion stakes at Braidholm.

He declared: “GHA were desperate and hungry. Our tackling was dreadful and we gave them easy points after the first 20 minutes. I thought the game was pretty equal but they had four tries by the time we started to play.” The Greens didn’t know what had hit them as the Glasgow brigade rattled up five tries before the break to ensure the precious point. Niall Cassie sparked the rout with the opener in the sixth minute, the other scorers being Dameon Chaney, Jonno Wright, Rory Watson (2) and Dan Sutherland. Jim Noonan marked his 100th appearance for the club by slotting four conversions. Hawick could only respond with scores from Geoff Cross and Greg Goodfellow, with Rory Scott kicking the rest of their points.

Source: The Scotsman, Monday 3rd December 2007

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