PROVISIONAL STRUCTURE AND FIXTURES RELEASED FOR 2020/21 SEASON

PROVISIONAL STRUCTURE AND FIXTURES RELEASED FOR 2020/21 SEASON

Today the SRU have outlined their vision for the 2020 / 2021 season which, with approval permitting is due to commence on Saturday 31st October 2020. The regionalised structure is designed to be more robust to potential Covid-19 restrictions; with the ambition of progressing to a national play-off, culminating in a finals day at BT Murrayfield in May 2021. 

The regular season is split into two stages, with the first combining the twenty-two Premiership and National One teams into four regionalised pools, playing each other home and away. The winners of each pool will qualify for the end of season play-offs.

CONFRENCE A (Caledonia)
CONFRENCE B (Edinburgh)
CONFRENCE C (West)
CONFRENCE D (Borders)
Aberdeen Grammar Rugby
Boroughmuir Rugby
Ayr RFC
Gala RFC
Dundee HSFP
Currie Chieftains
Biggar RFC
Hawick RFC
Highland RFC
Edinburgh Academicals FC
Cartha Queens Park RFC
Jed-Forest RFC
Stirling County RFC
Heriot’s RFC
GHA RFC
Kelso RFC
Musselburgh RFC
Glasgow Hawks
Melrose RFC
Watsonians FC
Marr RFC
Selkirk RFC

The second stage will see Premiership and National One sides separated and their respective leagues divided into two pools, who will play each other once, either home or away. The highest non-qualified team in each pool will qualify for the end of seasonl play-off.

COMPETITION 2A
COMPETITION 2B
POOL 1
POOL 2
POOL 1
POOL 2
Aberdeen Grammar Rugby
Currie Chieftains
Ayr RFC
Boroughmuir Rugby
Edinburgh Academicals FC
Hawick RFC
Biggar RFC
Gala RFC
GHA RFC
Jed-Forest RFC
Cartha Queens Park RFC
Heriot’s RFC
Glasgow Hawks
Musselburgh RFC
Dundee HSFP
Kelso RFC
Marr RFC
Selkirk RFC
Highland RFC
Melrose RFC
Stirling County RFC
Watsonians FC

GHA have provisionally been scheduled to play Cartha Queens Park on Saturday 31st October at Dumbreck, followed a week later with Marr visiting Braidholm.

 

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