Tennent’s Men’s Premiership and National League Division 1 2022/23 | Saturday 8 October Preview

Tennent’s Men’s Premiership and National League Division 1 2022/23 | Saturday 8 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

Edinburgh Academical are one of three teams on 21 points at the top, trailing Currie Chieftains only on points difference.

They travel to Musselburgh, who are still hunting their first win of the season.

Musselburgh v Edinburgh Academical – Stoneyhill, 3pm

Hawick are just one point behind the leaders on 20 points, and are the only team who are still unbeaten in the league.

They host Marr, who sit sixth in the league with three wins and two defeats.

Hawick v Marr – Mansfield Park, 3pm 

Heriot’s Blues will be looking for their first win of the season when they travel to Jed-Forest.

Jed themselves sit in eighth place, with one win and four losses so far.

Jed-Forest v Heriot’s Blues – Riverside Park, 3pm 

Selkirk sit in fifth place with three wins, a draw and a loss so far.

They host GHA, who are level on points with Jed-Forest after one win and four losses.

Selkirk v GHA – Philiphaugh, 3pm 

Glasgow Hawks and Currie Chieftains both sit on 21 points, with Currie at the top and Hawks in third.

Currie lost their first game of the season away to Marr last weekend, whilst Hawks were 56-0 winners away to Musselburgh.

Glasgow Hawks v Currie Chieftains – Balgray, 3pm 

Tennent’s Men’s National League Division 1

Both GHK and Stirling County will be hoping to climb into the top half of the table with a win at Old Anniesland.

Melrose could break into the top three with a win away to Dundee, who themselves will also be looking to reach the top half.

Bottom side Aberdeen Grammar host second bottom Watsonians, with the home side looking for a first win of the season.

Second placed Kelso host fourth placed Highland, with the hosts able to reach the summit with a win or draw depending on results elsewhere.

League leaders Gala, who like Kelso have won all four of their games so far, travel to sixth placed Biggar.

Third placed Ayr could reach second with a win when they host Stewart’s Melville, who are seeking a second win of the season.

This week, all the games kick off at 3pm.

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