Clubs and Schools news

Hillhead/Jordanhill face Stirling County at Hughenden tonight as they aim to secure the 2017/18 BT Women’s Premier League title (kick-off 8pm).
Hawick and Boroughmuir meet this Saturday (27 January, kick-off 3pm) in a game that will set the tone for their end of season prospects.
Scotland Women captain and former Girls’ Club Cup winner Lisa Martin has made the draw for this year’s U18 and U15 Girls’ Club Cup preliminary and qualifier rounds.
Ayr overcame Marr in a high-scoring west coast derby at Millbrae, as the men in pink and black continue their hunt for a place on the top of the table (33-22).
This Saturday, Hawick travel to Myreside to face Watsonians, as the Borders outfit hope to build on their narrow 14-12 win at home over Glasgow Hawks last weekend (kick-off 3pm).
Unbeaten runs and an increase in numbers have seen Scottish university teams across the country put themselves in the mix for silverware and add new teams.
A determined, clinical Watsonians side eased past capital rivals, Heriot’s, in what was an action-packed Edinburgh derby (17- 46).
It's all to play for this Saturday, as capital based teams Heriot’s and Watsonians go head-to-head at Goldenacre, with both sides aiming to secure a play-off place (kick-off 2pm).
Cartha Queen’s Park host Ayr this Sunday (14 January, kick-off 2pm) in the BT Women’s Premier League.
Defending BT Premiership champions Ayr brought  an end to Melrose’s 12-match unbeaten run in style as they used their muscle to impose themselves on an enthralling match.