Stewartry made it a second win in a row in BTWest One with a seven try thumping of Greenock, who had taken a three try lead in the first 20 minutes before Stewartry hit back against the visitors who have never won at Greenlaw in six visits.
Stewartry number eight Steven Hogg scored a hat trick of tries. Stewartry have now played 10 games this season, more than any other side in the league, and moved up one place to fifth. Annan’s game was off again and are now five behind Stewartry. Leaders Allan Glens beat Garnock to stay clear at the top.
BT NationalTwo: Dumfries Saints suffered a third defeat away atWest of Scotland and are now third behind leaders Kirkcaldy and Lasswade.
BT NationalThree: Newton Stewart stay second, behind Glasgow Accies who beat Gordonians, after losing away at St Boswells.
BTWestThree:Wigtownshire stay third after beating Isle of Mull at home but Moffat lost heavily away at Cowal.
BT EastTwo: Langholm dropped down to fourth after their game with Liberton was called off. Barnton and Ross High both won and are joint leaders.
BTWomen’s National One: AnnanWomen dropped to second after losing to new leaders BroughtonWomen in their top of the table game.
West Under-18T4 Conference: Stewartry stay second behind Kilmarnock after winning away at Newton Stewart/Wigtownshire. Kilmarnock beat Cambuslang.
West Under-16 League: Stewartry went top of the league winning away at leaders Oban after the under-16s travelled up for an overnight stay in an Oban hostel on Friday night.
West Under-14s: Stewartry lost a close fought game away at Irvine.