Mansfield men show their nasty side so others should beware
Is this the Hawick team we have all been waiting for? After a disastrous ten-game stretch that has left Hawick languishing at the bottom of the BT Premiership, the Robbie Dyes played like the side we had all been promised on Saturday, they rediscovered their nasty side and left Stirling County wondering exactly who they had just played.
After suffering a knee injury during Hawick RFC’s 2017-18 season opener that sidelined him for 10 weeks, Darcy Graham is now ready to reintroduce himself to the rugby world and show everyone what he is capable of, again.
This Saturday sees one of Border rugby’s most storied rivalries take-place between Hawick and Melrose, but in what was once a contest that decided national titles is now a stark reminder of the have and have not’s of Scottish club rugby.
Darren Cunningham announced tonight (Sunday) that he is stepping down as Hawick head coach after watching his side suffer their seventh consecutive defeat on Saturday against relegation rivals Boroughmuir.
The dark clouds of relegation loom large over Hawick, but an away trip against fellow BT Premiership strugglers Boroughmuir on Saturday can go along way in clearing so much-needed relief, according to Greens assistant George Graham.