Scottish fans

The Scottish Rugby Club awards took place tonight (Friday, 20 May) The evening celebrates the achievements of both teams and individuals in Scottish rugby and provides a perfect way to celebrate the end of the season. The evening culminates in the announcement of the women’s and men’s club rugby team of the season.

SRU President former Scotland captain and British Lions prop, Ian McLauchlan, said: “This Scottish Rugby Club Awards Dinner focusses wholly on recognising and rewarding our member clubs and the role they play in ensuring the game of rugby in Scotland goes from strength to strength.”

Here is the list of the winners on the night…

Premier 1 Player of the season, Rory McKay (Glasgow Hawks)
Premier 2 Player of the season, Darren Gillespie (Jed-Forest)
Premier 3 Player of the season, Stephen Findlay (Dalziel)

National 1 Player of the season, Matt Gray (Greenock Wanderers)
National 2 Player of the season, Lee Armstrong (Hawick YM)
National 3 Player of the season, Michael Borthwick (GHK)

East Regional Leagues player of the season, John Grant (Lismore)
Caledonian Leagues player of the season, Christopher Mann (Glenrothes)
West Regional Leagues player of the season, Manus Flynn (Loch Lomond)

Women’s Premier 1 Player of the season, Kirstin Daly (Dundee University)
Women’s Premier 2 Player of the season, Hannah Rorrison (Melrose)
Women’s National League Player of the season, Maggie Smith (Broughton)

Coach of the Season, Dave Cockburn (Lasswade)

Referee of the season, Neil Paterson(Dundee HSFP)

Try of the season, Jamie Sole (Edinburgh Academicals)

Spirit of rugby award, John Foster (DollarAcademy)

The men’s and women’s Club of the Season awards will be announced at the Scottish Club Rugby Awards Dinner tonight, Friday (20 May).

This article is from

Rugby World – Rugby World is the voice of global rugby and the biggest-selling rugby magazine anywhere. Through its team of respected and professional writers, it offers unrivalled access to the players and coaches behind the thrilling clashes that define the sport of international rugby union.

Subscribe to Rugby World in print » | Read the digital edition »