GHA TEETERING ON THE BRINK AFTER LATE CURRIE HEARTBREAK

GHA RFC MATCH 68: GHA RFC 18 – 23 CURRIE RFC

2004/2005: Scottish Premiership One

GHA RFC 

 CURRIE RFC

B. Edgar 15 A. Muir
R. Watson 14 D. Flockhart
A. Bulloch 13 D. Officer
R. West 12 G. Moffatt
A. Rushforth 11 T. Meadows
I. Kennedy 10 M. Ker
AJ. MacFarlane 9 R. Sneddon
D. Jamieson 1 C. Quigley
C. Di Ciacca 2 G. Scott
A. Reekie 3 S. McEwan
A. Williamson 4 A. Slight
I. Smith 5 A. Adam
G. Harkness 6 B. Ward
A. Boag 7 P. Sullivan
J. Mathieson 8 J. MacDonald
G. Walsh 16 B. Morrison
R. Matthews 17 N. Sneddon
R. Au 18
19
Watson (2), Bulloch Try Flockhart (2), Slight
Con Ker
Edgar Pen Ker (2)
DG
Referee
 Mr P. Allan (SRU)

At the foot of the Premiership One table, GHA became favourites to accompany Gala down to Division Two after squandering the 75th-minute lead they held over Currie to lose 18-23 at Braidholm.

Currie, who levered themselves out of the relegation zone with the victory, seized the day with an equalising penalty by Michael Ker with two minutes left and a try by Andy Slight after four minutes of injury time.

GHA’s troubles deepened as Watsonians and Hawick, the two other sides in the relegation frame, grabbed unlikely lifelines with away wins over Aberdeen Grammar and Boroughmuir respectively.

Source: The Telegraph, Monday 28th March 2005

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