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LAST weekend Saints fielded what looked on paper a very strong 2nd XV as they played host to Ayrshire rivals Garnock.Read
ALTHOUGH Violetbank was deemed playable on Friday and the weather forecast was for a dry night, the deluge that fell in the early hours of Saturday morning resulted in this match being moved to the Everholm with Violetbank waterlogged.Read
DUMFRIES Saints restart their Premier 3 campaign after a welcome one-week break.Read
ON SATURDAY, an under strength Saints 2nd XV braved the elements to made the arduous journey into upper Tweeddale to take on a strong Premier Two side Peebles 2nd XV.Read
ANNAN re-start their campaign to stave off relegation in Division 1 of the Scottish Hydro National Leagues with a home game against Berwick at Violetbank on Saturday.Read
DUMFRIES Saints travelled to league leaders Hillhead Jordanhill through the floods to find Glasgow damp but nowhere near as wet.Read
THE Dumfries Saints mini games against Cumnock and Ayr were called off on Sunday due to water-logged pitches at Cumnock.Read
DUMFRIES Blues 2s travelled for an early start in Carlisle to face Penrith 2s.Read
THIS WAS the proverbial game of two halves.Read
MOFFAT travelled to Strathaven on Saturday confident that their recent good form would continue, but mindful that their hosts were the only visitors to win at The Holm this season.Read
DUMFRIES travelled to second-placed Falkirk keen to build on five successive wins and get in amongst the top three sides sitting above them in the league.Read
SAINTS face pace setters Howe of Fife at Park Farm on Saturday.Read
SIXTEEN-man Saints travelled to west Glasgow at the weekend to take on 22-man GHK, one of the best rugby setups in Scotland, in this West 2nd XV League Division 1 table-topping clash.Read
WHITECRAIGS arrived at Annan in second place in Scottish Hydro National One, so Annan knew this one was going to be tough.Read
ATROCIOUS weather couldn't deter the visitors from travelling from the Inner Hebrides to Moffat where both teams fought out a war of attrition in equally inclement conditions.Read
WITH THE shorter days upon us, both of the Saints senior sides will be on the road early this weekend.Read
ANNAN left on Friday evening for the long journey north to Aberdeen.Read
THIS WEEK Saints face pace setters Hamilton at Park Farm.Read
ON A beautiful autumn day perfect for rugby, table-topping Saints welcomed Helensburgh to Park Farm.Read
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