FOSROC Super6 Supporter’s Team of the Championship
At the end of the 2022 FOSROC Super6 Championship, commentators from throughout the season named their Team of the Championship. This time, we wanted to hear from those who are there for their teams no matter win or lose – the supporters.
Through a Google Form, we asked supporters to vote for who they thought deserved a place in the FOSROC Super6 Supporter’s Team of the Championship – and the results are in.
1 – Harrison Courtney (Watsonians)
Harrison is the first to secure a spot in the Supporter’s Team of the Championship. His unforgettable performance throughout the season in both defence and attack not only earned his place as loosehead prop in this list but also the Commentator’s Team of the Championship.
2 – Cal Davies (Watsonians)
The position of hooker goes to Cal Davies, an instrumental player of the winning Watsonians team. Named also at hooker position in the Commentator’s Team of the Championship, Cal’s gritty performance throughout the season and ability to lead his team to victory proved why he deserves the number two jersey.
3 – Murphy Walker (Stirling Wolves)
It was a close final result, but ultimately Stirling’s Murphy Walker takes home the tighthead prop position. His consistent and remarkable performance throughout the season not only made him a vital member of his team, but also earned him his first Scotland Cap in the most recent Autumn Test against Fiji.
4 – Jamie Berrisford (Watsonians)
First to secure a spot in the second row is Watsonians’ Jamie Berrisford. His excellent ball carrying and skills throughout the season showed why he deserves this place in the Supporter’s Team of the Championship and also the Commentator’s team of the Championship.
5 – Alex Samuel (Ayrshire Bulls)
It was another close result in the votes, but it’s Ayrshire Bulls’ Alex Samuel who joins Jamie Berrisford in the second row. His tireless effort and ability to go above and beyond has not gone unnoticed by the supporters.
6 – Seb Cecil (Watsonians)
Another Watsonian joins the pack in the form of Seb Cecil. Seb’s physicality and ability to get the job done made him a stand-out throughout the 2022 Championship and the supporters agree.
7 – Karl Main (Watsonians)
Karl Main joins his teammate Seb Cecil in the back row. Karl made appearances in all twelve of Watsonians’ 2022 FOSROC Super6 Championship matches this year, proving that he is a vital part of the defending champions’ arsenal.
8 – Blair MacPherson (Ayrshire Bulls)
It comes at no surprise that Blair MacPherson has secured the number eight jersey in the Supporter’s Team of the Championship and the Commentator’s Team of the Championship after his outstanding performance this season. The Ayrshire Bulls captain started every game for the Bulls and always brought incredible dynamisms to the pitch.
9 – Ruairidh Swan (Boroughmuir Bears)
It was another close call in the votes for the scrum-half position, but Boroughmuir Bears’ Ruairidh Swan has bagged the number nine jersey. His pace and tactical play were crucial for his team throughout their run in the 2022 FOSROC Super6 Championship.
10 – Jason Baggott (Watsonians)
Jason Baggott’s name was a familiar one throughout the 2022 FOSROC Super6 Championship and he was voted into the fly-half position by supporters. His excellent kicking and back line attacking skills make him a reliable and menacing component of the Watsonians team.
11 – Elias Caven (Ayrshire Bulls)
Elias Caven is another player whose position in the both the Supporter’s and Commentator’s Team of the Championship needs no explanation. His pace, physicality and try-scoring record throughout the 2022 FOSROC Super6 Championship all speak for themselves.
12 – Andy Stirrat (Ayrshire Bulls)
First to gain a spot at centre is Ayrshire Bulls’ Andy Stirrat. Andy’s ability to create opportunities in attack and be a key component of defence for his team shows why he deserves his place in both the Commentator’s and Supporter’s Team of the Championship.
13 – Lewis Berg (Watsonians)
Joining Andy Stirrat at outside centre is Watsonians’ Lewis Berg. Lewis is another to gain a starting jersey in both the Commentator’s and Supporter’s Team of the Championship due to his consistency and the danger he inflicts on his opponents.
14 – Lomond MacPherson (Watsonians)
Lomond MacPherson from Watsonians is chosen to wear the right-wing jersey. Lomond is another player with incredible pace and his ability to find breaks when they’re most needed makes him an imperative member of his team.
15 – Dom Coetzer (Watsonians)
Rounding off the starting team at the full-back position is Dom Coetzer. A reliable and exciting player in both attack and defence, Dom’s stand-out performance earns him a spot on both the Supporter’s and Commentator’s Team of the Championship.
16 – Jerry Blyth-Lafferty (Boroughmuir Bears)
17 – Kwagga Van Niekerk (Watsonians)
18 – Callum Atkinson (Boroughmuir Bears)
19 – Archie Smeaton (Ayrshire Bulls)
20 – Jack Mann (Heriot’s Rugby)
21 – Jordan Lenac (Ayrshire Bulls)
22 – Jack Bergin (Boroughmuir Bears)
23 – Connor Eastgate (Watsonians)