GHA SHUTOUT FOR THE FIRST TIME

GHA RFC MATCH 57: CURRIE RFC 15 – 0 GHA RFC

2004/2005: Scottish Premiership One

CURRIE RFC 

 GHA RFC

A. Muir 15 I. Kennedy
D. Flockhart 14 R. Watson
B. Cairns 13 A. Bulloch
D. Officer 12 R. West
T. Meadows 11 G. Fisher
M. Ker 10 J. Naufahu
R. Sneddon 9 AJ. MacFarlane
C. Quigley 1 R. Nolan
G. Scott 2 C. Di Ciacca
D. Dingwall 3 A. Reekie
A. Slight 4 A. Williamson
A. Adam 5 J. Reid
J. Van Der Schyff 6 G. Harkness
P. Sullivan 7 J. Eddie
D. Baikie 8 L. Hazelton
G. Moffat 16 G. Walsh
17 C. Mason
18 A. Miller
19 N. Barrett
Try
Con
Ker (4) Pen
Ker DG
Referee
Mr G. Wilson (Strathclyde Police)

 

Currie eased their relegation fears by sweeping aside the challenge of the Glasgow men – but there was precious little entertainment for the Malleny Park crowd.

In a match that was as dull as the elements, it was the boot of stand-off Michael Ker – son of former Scotland rugby and cricket star Andrew – that swung the contest. The youngster slotted four penalties to punish the visitors for their slack discipline and fired over an opportunist drop-goal.

Source: BBC Sport, Sunday 14th November 2004 & The Glasgow Herald, Monday 15th November 2004

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