Tennent’s Men’s Premiership & National Leagues Preview | 25 February
Find out all you need to know ahead of another weekend of Tennent's Men's Premiership and National League Division 1 action.
In the Men’s Tennent’s Premiership, the final three games of the regular season take place tomorrow.
Currie Chieftains take on Selkirk at Malleny Park.
Currie are guaranteed second place and a home semi final, but cannot catch Hawick in first place.
Selkirk’s loss to Heriot’s Blues last weekend confirmed they cannot reach the playoff places.
Currie Chieftains v Selkirk – Malleny Park, 3pm
League leaders Hawick travel to seventh placed Glasgow Hawks.
Hawick are guaranteed to finish first and have a home semi final.
Hawks can climb up to sixth if they take two points or more from the game.
Glasgow Hawks v Hawick – Balgray, 3pm
Heriot’s Blues will host Edinburgh Academical in an Edinburgh derby.
Heriot’s survived relegation last weekend with a win away to Selkirk.
Accies are guaranteed a third place finish and an away semi final.
Heriot’s Blues v Edinburgh Academical
In the men’s Tennent’s National League Division 1, Watsonians will look to continue their climb away from the relegation places with a win away to Biggar.
Aberdeen Grammar will hope to build on a win last week in their hunt to avoid relegation when they travel down to Dundee.
After losing to Grammar last week, bottom side Stewart’s Melville travel to fourth-placed Gala in search of a second win this season.
Ayr could finish the weekend at the top of the table with a win away to GHK.
Stirling County could climb out of the relegation places with a win away to Highland.
And in an exciting clash at the top of the table, league leaders Kelso host third-placed Melrose.
This week, all six games kick off on Saturday at 3pm.