Tennent’s Men’s Premiership and National League Division 1 2022/23 | Saturday 22 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
Fourth placed Selkirk host third placed Currie Chieftains.
Currie, who were top of the table a fortnight ago, lost at home to Hawick 46-25 last weekend.
Selkirk have lost just one game this term, and defeated Marr 28-19 away from home last time out.
Selkirk v Currie Chieftains – Philiphaugh, 3pm
Musselburgh will be looking for a first win of the season when they host eighth placed GHA.
Musselburgh, who sit bottom, lost to second bottom Heriot’s Blues 34-26 last weekend.
GHA grabbed a second win of the season last Saturday as they won 49-36 at home to Jed-Forest.
Musselburgh v Jed-Forest – Stoneyhill, 3pm
Second placed Hawick host fifth placed Glasgow Hawks.
Hawick are the only team who remain unbeaten in the league, and they defeated Currie Chieftains 46-25 last weekend.
Hawks were narrowly defeated 13-8 at home to Edinburgh Academical last time out.
Hawick v Glasgow Hawks – Mansfield Park, 3pm
League leaders Edinburgh Academical host ninth placed Heriot’s Blues.
Accies kept hold of top spot with a 13-8 win at Glasgow Hawks last weekend.
Heriot’s picked up a first win of the season last weekend, beating Musselburgh 34-26.
Edinburgh Academical v Heriot’s Blues – Raeburn Place, 3pm
Last season’s champions Marr travel to seventh placed Jed-Forest.
This season hasn’t started as well for Marr, who have three wins and four losses so far.
A win for Jed would see them jump above Marr into sixth in the table.
Jed-Forest v Marr – Riverside Park, 3pm
Tennent’s Men’s National League Division 1
Kelso will be looking to maintain their 100% start to the season when they host Stirling County.
Fourth placed Melrose could climb as high as second with a win when they travel to Biggar.
Tenth placed GHK host ninth placed Watsonians with both sides looking to push up the table.
Third placed Ayr could finish the weekend at the top with a win when they travel to Dundee.
Gala will be looking to bounce back from a first defeat of the season last weekend when they travel to Highland.
And bottom side Aberdeen Grammar will be looking for a first win of the season when they host second bottom Stewart’s Melville.
This week, all of the games kick off at 3pm.