There is a massive night of rugby in the Scottish Borders tonight so get along and support your local side.

That’s after you’ve cheered Lisa Thomson, Lana Skeldon and Chloe Rollie on to World Cup qualification this afternoon on BBC Alba at 3pm.

Pick of the bunch is a top of the table clash at Netherdale where Gala take on Biggar in a match that could go a long way in determining who get promoted from League One this year.

Both sides had dramatic endings to their games last weekend with Gala snatching a late ictory over Melrose whilst Biggar suffered a last minute defeat to Heriot’s.

Gala currently sit in second place on 62 points, five behind leaders Heriot’s having played two matches fewer. Biggar are in third place, one point behind Gala having played one more game.

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Just along the road Melrose hope to get back to winning ways against Watsonians under the Greenyards lights.

The Borders League returns and Hawick who are preparing for the play-offs to decide the Premiership title host near neighbours Jed-Forest.

Selkirk who are struggling near the foot of the Premiership and look destined for a play-off to decide what league they will be playing in next season host Kelso.

Also tonight, in East League One Duns host Royal High and in East League Two Hawick Linden host Dunbar.

Tomorrow, Scotland led by Borderers Gregor Townsend and Stuart Hogg take on France at BT Murrayfield but there are local games as well.

In the Semi Junior Borders League Melrose Wasps host Morpeth Colts and Selkirk YC are away to Carlisle Colts.

Two Borders sides are in action in the National Youth U16 Shield. Hawick Youth travel to Tayside to face Dundee and Kelso Harlequins are also away from home at Whitecraigs.