21 May 2013: 7:23am
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Strathendrick edged out leaders Stewartry 10-0 at Fintry on Saturday.Read
McLaren held their nerve to defeat Waysiders-Drumpellier 10-3 in a tight contest at Dunblane on Saturday.Read
Stirling County will now concentrate on the RBS Premiership after too many unforced errors against newly crowned league champions Ayr saw them bow out of the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.Read
Endrick’s poor string of results away from home continued on Saturday when they lost 18-6 to a steadily improving Waysiders/Drumpellier at Langloan.Read
McLaren made the long journey to Stranraer with high hopes of reversing their narrow defeat at the hands of Wigtownshire earlier in the season.Read
Stirling County won another crucial RBS Premiership match in a tense affair at Bridgehaugh, and in so doing ended Gala’s championship hopes.Read
Strathendrick made a few phone calls to some old boys for Saturday’s league match against Strathaven at Fintry – and the veterans played their part in a handsome win.Read
Three Rory Hughes tries in the last seven minutes saw County claim a valuable five league points.Read
Stirling County will be back in RBS Premiership action on Saturday for the first time since January 5 when they travel to Currie.Read
Youngsters from Bannockburn RFC had a rare treat last weekend as part of the Glasgow Warriors Super Sunday Series.Read
With the Six Nations taking rugby’s centre stage, there was no RBS Premiership action for Stirling County’s 1st XV at the weekend.Read
A late penalty miss cost Endrick dear as lowly Clydebank held on for a win in this RBS West League Division Two fixture.Read
Stirling County will have four representatives in the Scotland Under 20 side to meet England at Plymouth on Friday evening.Read
Stirling County completed their eventful debut season in the British and Irish Cup, finishing as credible runners-up in Pool 2, following a tough assignment at Welsh Premiership side Neath.Read
After a gap of seven weeks in which they played no competitive rugby, Endrick players were pleased to get back into action at Maybole on Saturday.Read
Stirling County came close to beating Bedford Blues in their British and Irish Cup tie with a late comeback.Read
Stirling County face a tough task in trying to halt English Championship side Bedford Blues at Bridgehaugh tomorrow in their latest British and Irish Cup sectional match.Read
Recent matches between Stirling County and Aberdeen have been close run and this basement battle on an unseasonally mild and dry January afternoon in the Granite City proved no exception.Read
Stirling County finished fourth in 2011-12 after a terrific end to the season which helped them qualify for the British and Irish Cup.Read
Stirling County had to be content with a losing bonus point against RBS Premiership leaders Ayr at a damp and dreich Bridgehaugh on Saturday.Read
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