PSA compete well in defeat

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Selkirk Youth Club 71

Hawick PSA 7

PSA’s heavy defeat was a far better performance that the score suggests.

PSA scored first through a Josh Laidlaw try and although they were always on the back foot, they competed well in the first half, trailing 27-7 at the interval.

PSA competed well for the first 10 minutes of the second period but they ran out of steam, with players picking up knocks, and in the last 15 minutes Selkirk ran in five tries.

For the first hour PSA competed well and should have come away with more than one score. Jay Scott had an outstanding game, covering every blade of grass, in a better all-round team performance.