Tennent’s Men’s Premiership and National League Division 1 2022/23 | Saturday 15 October Preview
Find out all you need to know ahead of another weekend of Tennent's Men's Premiership and National League Division 1 action.
Tennent’s Men’s Premiership
There is a massive clash at the top of the table as second placed Currie Chieftains host third placed Hawick.
Currie were overtaken at the top by Edinburgh Accies on points difference last weekend, despite a 39-12 win away to Glasgow Hawks.
Hawick are the only team still unbeaten in the men’s Premiership, beating Marr 20-3 last weekend to keep the run going.
Currie Chieftains v Hawick – Maleny Park, 3pm
There is also a crucial encounter at the bottom of the table, as Heriot’s Blues host Musselburgh.
Neither side have won a game yet this season, with Musselburgh one point above Heriot’s, who sit bottom.
Musselburgh lost 56-17 to Edinburgh Accies last weekend, whilst Heriot’s lost 51-20 to Jed-Forest.
Heriot’s Blues v Musselburgh – Goldenacre, 3pm
Last season’s champions Marr, who sit sixth in the league, host fifth placed Selkirk.
Selkirk come into the game off the back of a 28-14 win against GHA.
Marr were defeated 20-3 by Hawick last time out.
Marr v Selkirk – Fullarton Park, 3pm
Seventh placed Jed-Forest travel to eighth placed GHA.
Jed were big winners last time out against Heriot’s Blues, whilst GHA lost away to Selkirk.
GHA v Selkirk – Braidholm, 3pm
League leaders Edinburgh Academical travel to fourth placed Glasgow Hawks.
Accies jumped to the top of the table on points difference with a convincing win over Musselburgh last weekend.
Hawks dropped down a place from third after a 39-12 defeat to Currie Chieftains.
Glasgow Hawks v Edinburgh Academical – Balgray, 3pm
Tennent’s Men’s National League Division 1
The two unbeaten sides in the league face each other as table toppers Gala host second placed Kelso.
Aberdeen Grammar will be looking for a first win of the season when they travel to third placed Ayr.
Dundee could overtake Watsonians with a win when they travel to Myreside.
GHK could climb as many as three places win a win when they travel to Melrose, who themselves could jump up one spot to third.
In a mid-table clash, sixth placed Stirling County host seventh placed Biggar.
Stewart’s Melville will be looking for a second win of the season when they host Highland.
This week, all the fixtures kick off on Saturday at 3pm.