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Hawick RFC
Year Formed: 1873
Home Colours: Green

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21 April 2018
First Tie: 14:00 pm
Mansfield Park

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10 Tournaments | Hawick 7s

21 April 2018 at 14:00 pm

Come along to Mansfield Park for a great day out at Hawick 7s , thrilling rugby action and entertainment for all the family.

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Hawick 7s on 21 April 2018
First Tie: 14:00 pm
Mansfield Park , Hawick

The Hawick 7s is the second oldest tournament in Scotland.
The tournament will follow its traditional 16 team straight knock out format.

Corporate Hospitality

Book your corporate hospitality now to avoid missing a great day out.

The corporate hospitality package for 2016 includes refreshments on arrival, a fabulous four course lunch with wine, and afternoon tea. Tables of 2-10 can be booked.
Full corporate £65 or £85 with 6 bar vouchers

For details contact John Thorburn.
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Tickets & Entry

Admission to Ground & Stand:

Adults £12
Concessions £8

Hawick Rugby Football Club

Since the official Scottish championship began in season 1972-73 Hawick Rugby Football Club had maintained its prized place in Division One, winning the championship on twelve occasions, however, in season 2008-2009 the club was relegated for the first time to Division Two. The proud record of winning the first Border League in 1901-02 and the first Scottish championship in 1972-73 was added to in 1995-96 when the club were also first winners of the SRU Tennents' Scottish Cup. Indeed, in season 2001/02, the Greens completed the treble, winning Scottish League championship, Scottish Cup and Border League championship.

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