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September 26, 2004

Week Five

Richie Maxton wins lineout ball for Hawks (Photo by Jen Thomson)
Results and reports for Glasgow's clubs in week 5 of the BT Premiership.

Saturday, 25th September 2004 at Old Anniesland

Result: Glasgow Hawks 39 - 26 Currie

Champions Glasgow Hawks stepped up their revival in the BT Scotland Premiership by sweeping aside the challenge of Currie at Old Anniesland.

Mark Sitch, Ricky Munday, Stuart Low, Colin Shaw, Peter Dalton and Kenny Sinclair all crossed the line - with Mike Adamson posting three conversions and a penalty.

Currie refused to buckle in the end-to-end contest and they salvaged a try-bonus point with efforts from Mike Ker - who also produced three conversions - Tim Meadows, Kevin McShane and Ben Cairns.

Saturday, 25th September 2004 at Rubislaw

Result: Aberdeen GSFP 51 - 26 GHA

Rod Seib and Colin Phillips each snatched a try double as Aberdeen broke their duck by hammering Glasgow Hutchesons' A at Rubislaw.

There were also touchdowns for Dan Teague, Stuart Corsar and Aaron Pulman, along with Keith Oddie's five conversions and two penalties.

GHA rescued a bonus point with tries from Ross West (2), Rory Watson and Ian Kennedy - who goaled them all.

Seib was carried off with a serious looking ankle injury, but medics later revealed it was not a major problem.

Saturday, 25th September 2004 at Millbrae

Result: Ayr 42 - 20 Gala

Ayr kick-started their BT Scotland Premiership campaign by crushing Gala at blustery Millbrae.

The home side crossed five times through James Adams, Steve Manning, Mike Goldie, Nick Lavell and Stuart Magorian.

James Noonan completed the rout with four conversions and a penalty treble.

Gala replied with touchdowns from Andy McLean and Gavin Dalgleish, with Chris Dalgleish adding two conversions and two penalties.

Heriots v Biggar
Saturday, 25th September 2004 at Goldenacre

Result: Heriots 13 - 6 Biggar

Heriot's outgunned shock troops Biggar at Goldenacre to become the only side to keep their unblemished record in the BT Scotland Premiership race.

The home men surged in front with a Nic De Luca try after just four minutes - and kept their noses in front.

Their other points came from the boot of Ander Monro, who added the conversion and two penalties.

Quinton Sanft landed a brace of penalties for the newly promoted Lanarkshire outfit.

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