IT was the best finale possible after a long hard season, and Jedburgh was the place to be for the Jed-Forest Sevens despite the torrential rain, and the pitch stood up well to the constant drenching during the afternoon.
RECORD-BREAKING Melrose Ladies retained the Glasgow Women's trophy as they swept away the opposition with some excellent rugby.
THE final Saturday of the Borders club rugby season will come to a fitting climax this weekend when the Kings of the Sevens, holders, Jed-Forest, stages its annual tournament at Riverside Park.
GALA Red Triangle defeated Melrose to retain the Matt Lochrie Memorial Cup - and then dedicated the victory to their former stand off following his tragic death last year.
LAWRIE'S Garage of St Boswells is sponsoring the 2013 Selkirk Sevens tournament, which takes place at Philiphaugh this Saturday, May 11. It is the first time the St Boswells-based company has supported the event, and general manager Craig Anderson says the firm is delighted to be involved.
MELROSE Ladies captured yet another Sevens trophy as they ran out victorious in Stirling's inaugural women's tournament.
SCOTLAND Internationals attended the launch of the inaugural Edinburgh 7s Festival. Stuart Hogg, Tim Visser and Greig Laidlaw were welcome additions at the official launch party of the Edinburgh 7s Festival at Opal Lounge in Edinburgh last week.
MELROSE put the disappointments of the National Cup and Border League final defeats behind them with a worthy win over Watsonians in the Earlston Sevens final on Sunday at The Haugh.
IT was almost inevitable that Watsonians would win the Kelso Maxwell Motors sevens on Saturday for the second year in a row.
Scottish Rugby has welcomed the recently announced Sky Sports deal for the RaboDirect PRO12.
MELROSE banished their week of cup final blues with victory at Peebles Sevens on Sunday.
IT was a long time coming, but well worth the wait of 88 years.
MEMBERS of a Borders rugby club will now be able to change in warmth and comfort thanks to the generosity of local wind farm business.
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