Green­law roundup

The Galloway News - - SPORTS -

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.

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