|The Souters were on the road once more, to Raeburn
Place where they took on league leaders Edinburgh Accies
Selkirk got off to a great start when Clinton Wagman scored in the corner after some excellent build up play by
both forwards and backs.Rory Banks missing a difficult touchline conversion.
Accies levelled the scores when Lovett scored after the home forward pack drove over from a lineout.
The rest of the half the game went back and forth with both defences on top, however just on half time Accies scored
a converted try again their bigger forward pack causing the damage.
Half time score Accies 12 Selkirk 5.
Selkirk started the second half like the first half, Wagman again scoring in the corner after some great play by
the Selkirk team, Banks again missing the conversion from far out on the touch line.
Accies scored next after a mix in a line out on the goal line gifting the home side a converted try.
To their credit Selkirk then went to the other end and score a try by Arron McColm after some lovely play by the
backline, Banks missing the conversion. With the game coming to the end, Accies scored a further two tries, the
last by ex Selkirk player Clemont Lecour, converting one. To make the final score Accies 29 Selkirk 15.
Best for Selkirk MOM Josh MacKay, Wagman Forrest,McColm, Pettie