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MELROSE 32-27 GHA
IT TOOK a spirited fight-back for Melrose to kick-start their league push after their defeat at Biggar the week before.
In Jamie Murray, Scott Wight and Barry Watson, Melrose have youngsters of exciting potential, while GHA also have promising players coming through the ranks. Like Craig Chalmers at the Greenyards, Alan Bulloch, brings vital experience to GHA.
The visitors’ coach, Dave Wilson, says the youngsters in his side need to stop relying on the likes of Bulloch to close matches out. "We lost the composure, and that really is the hallmark of a side that still has to mature. Everyone is responsible for the failure to calm things down at the end and get the victory," he said after seeing his side’s 27-15 advantage disappear in the last 20 minutes.