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Boroughmuir 48, Glasgow Hawks 3

BOROUGHMUIR ran in seven tries at Meggetland to pile further pressure on Glasgow Hawks in what is becoming a nightmare season for the Old Anniesland side, writes Alan Lorimer.

Bolstered by new Edinburgh signing Seb Visser, and fellow professionals Harry Leonard and Robin Hislop, Boroughmuir were always in command.

Individually Visser impressed with his powerful running and try-scoring ability, scrum-half Sam Johnson was quick-witted and skilful and in the back row Andy Rose provided a tough presence.

Boroughmuir had the game won by half time when they led 31-3 with tries from Sean Crombie, Visser, and Andy Rose together with a penalty try, all converted by Ally Warnock, who also landed a penalty goal.

Hawks, whose only points came from a Mike Martin penalty goal, were subjected to further attacking play from Boroughmuir after the break as Visser made the running for a try by Ally Davidson. Then with a high points tally the only further objective for Muir, Jordan Webster and Visser ran in tries, Warnock succeeding with the final conversion.

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