HAWICK YM coach Jammy McFarlane is setting his sights on next season.
After clinching the National Division Two title with an emphatic 57-0 win over Waysiders Drumpellier he’s already plotting another promotion.
And he believes, with the talented young squad at their disposal, he has the perfect tools to do the job.
He told the Hawick News: “In this level of competition these players are fantastic. How much further they can go I don’t know, that will be up to each individual.
“For some it will be a launch pad to go on and play at a much higher level, some will stay here and maybe we can win again next season and get into Premier Three, that would be terrific.”
While the silverware has been secured, the job isn’t finished just yet.
Unbeaten in 22 league and cup matches, the Redskins have another three league games and potentially two in the National Shield. A clean sweep of victories could see their names etched in the history books.
“It’s a great reward for all the effort they’ve put in. We’re champions and we shouldn’t ask for more than that although we are,” said McFarlane
“We want to do the cup thing and we want to go the last three games at home. That would be special,” he added.