The weather affected this weekend’s rugby card with a number of games postponed and one abandoned.

In the Premiership, Hawick won the Borders derby beating Selkirk 9-14 at Philiphaugh. Kieran Clark’s penalty gave the Souters the lead before Kirk Ford replied with a try which he converted to give the visitors a 3-7 half-time lead.

Another Clark penalty reduced the deficit before referee Michael Todd awarded a penalty try to Hawick which Ford converted.

A third Clark penalty finished the scoring.

Jed-Forest travelled to Glasgow where they lost 17-10 to the Hawks. Captain Gregor Young suffered a rib injury forcing a change in formation then Paulo Ferreira saw yellow for a high tackle before Glasgow scored a converted try.

Selkirk responded with a try from Lewis Young which Gary Munro converted then another penalty from Munro gave the Borderers a 10-7 lead.

A converted try and a penalty from the Hawks secured the victory despite late pressure from Glasgow.

In National League Division One Biggar beat Stirling Wolves 33-0 at Hartree Mill, Gala beat Ayr 36-5 at Netherdale, Kelso lost 20-32 to Highland in Inverness and the Melrose game against Boroughmuir was abandoned.

In National League Division Two, Peebles game against Kirkcaldy was postponed.

In National League Division Three Berwick’s game against Murrayfield Wanderers was abandoned.

In National East League One Duns lost 21-64 to Broughton.

In National East League Two Hawick Linden’s game against Leith was postponed.

In National East League Three Earlston lost 0-20 to Edinburgh Northern.

In Reserve East League One Selkirk A lost 9-24 to Hawick Force at home and Jed-Forest A lost 19-48 away to Stewart’s Melville in the capital.

In Reserve East League Two Kelso Sharks drew 31-31 with Gala A, Melrose Storm beat Preston Lodge 12-32 in Prestonpans and Peebles Reds game against Edinburgh Accies was postponed.

In the Semi-Junior Borders League Kelso Harlequins beat Morpeth Colts 27-32 away from home.