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Kelso 2nds 27, Selkirk 'A' 47

(08/12/18)

Selkirk travelled to Kelso on Saturday looking for a vital win over their Border rivals, with both teams sitting at the bottom of the table.

Selkirk were well supported from the touchlines and it wasn’t long into the game before they had something to cheer about. Some good forward play resulted in the ball heading out wide to Liam Cassidy who sold the Kelso fullback an outrageous dummy and went over in the corner to give Selkirk their first try of the day. Older brother David Cassidy added the conversion.
Selkirk scored again five minutes later; Cassidy setting up great field position with the boot, followed by a strong lineout from the forwards. The ball spun out to Matty Francis who offloaded to flanker Fraser Easson adding to the scoreboard under the posts! Cassidy again adding the extras.
Some great defensive work in the backs from Cassidy and Hamilton halted the Kelso attack on many occasions. The Souter’s added three penalties to keep the scoreboard ticking over whilst Number 8 Robert Cook was in the sinbin after an alleged side entry at a maul.
Hard carrying from Hume, McGowan and Cook set play into the Kelso 22 before player coach Jason Hendrie buried his way over for the Selkirk’s next try.
Thankfully Cassidy was available to convert the try allowing for no repeat of Hendrie’s previous weeks’ attempt on goal.

Half time score 27-0.

Kelso’s halftime team-talk turned things around for the side and the team came out of the racing blocks catching Selkirk napping and scoring two tries out wide in quick succession! The Souter’s rallied and prop Chris Fairbairn went over under the posts after good play by Hamilton and McClymont. Cassidy again adding to the scoreboard.
A great break by substitute “Rocky” Davidson from the kickoff took play back down into the Kelso 22. With some good quick balls and great hands, Hamilton went over for Selkirk’s last try of the game.
Kelso then secured their bonus try, with further two late on in the second half.
A terrific display of workrate in both attack and defence from every player in the squad, coupled with the boot of Cassidy setting up some great field positions for the forwards to dominate at set pieces.
A tense ending to the game seen Hendrie sent to the sinbin to watch out the last minutes of the game from the touchline, with Selkirk running down the clock to secure the well-deserved win.
Full time 27-47

(Jason Hendrie)

Another massive game awaits the Souters this week, at home to Cartha Queen’s Park, where they will be looking to continue a winning streak for a second week running.

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On behalf of Selkirk RFC can we thank Ex Captain Darren Hoggan of J. A. Waters & Sons Family Butchers for the use of his Stock Room Window in Selkirk High Street for the display of our Club Merchandise, it is very much appreciated.
We are indebted to both Waters and all our sponsors so far this season, your continued support makes a big difference to the Club.
Those wishing to purchase the goods can pop down to our Club Shop which is open on Training nights or on match days.
Best wishes
Dennis Henderson
Chairman Selkirk RFC

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Selkirk RFC Challenges Violence Against Women & Girls


16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign to challenge violence against women and girls. The campaign runs every year from 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day.
A range of events are being co-ordinated across the 16 days by the Violence Against Women Partnership with support from Scottish Borders Council, all of which aim to provide as many opportunities as possible for individuals and communities to take part.
As a part of the 16 days we will be launching the White Ribbon Campaign.
The White Ribbon Campaign is a global campaign across 55 countries that asks men to make a pledge to never commit condone or remain silent about violence against women.
Pledges can be made online via the Council website at:
www.scotborders.gov.uk/whiteribbon
We will be coming along to Selkirk Rugby club training on Thursday 29th November at 6.30pm where we hope to see as many of you as possible and where you can sign a pledge and receive your white ribbon. Players and officials can then wear their white ribbons after the games on Saturday 1st December.
You can find out more at
www.whiteribbonscotland.org.uk
- Graham Marshal
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