E-Colors Champions

E-Colors Champions

Ben McMahon from E-Colors talks about the Highland Wildcats, pioniering the E-Color’s Champion programme in Europe…

“Over the last two years it has been an absolute pleasure to bring E-Colors to the Highland Wildcats, but what makes it even more special is to see these young people grow and develop not just on the field but in the community as well.

On behalf of Equilibria, Tina McGregor and myself, I am thrilled that I am able to recommend that Euan Crawford, Haris Ryalls, Colin Hamilton, Chris Shaw and Stephen McMeechan be named E-Color champions which are the first of their kind in Europe.

Having had a chance to speak to them about their experience with E-Colors and personal intervention it became clear that they had learnt to implement and excel at both, leading them to be much more intentional leaders moving forward and to make the most of any opportunity that comes their way

I will be keeping an eye on these young men moving forward as I expect to see some great things as they guide others within the Highland community to becoming E-Colors champions.

An E-Colors champion is someone who has become fully aware of their own strengths and potential limiters and how best to use them. They understand that not everyone is the same and all need to be treated like individuals. There is an old saying: “treat someone how you would like to be treated”. At Equilibria we believe in something slightly different: “treat people how they would like to be treated”. An E-Color champion also understands personal intervention and the power of choice and that no one can control your actions but yourself.”

Here’s Ben McMahon and Tina McGregor talking a little bit about E-Colors at this year’s Blitz Awards back in November:

Complete Blitz Awards

It’s finally all online! You can now watch all of the BLITZ AWARDS 2015 in its entirety. From our Hereos intro, to Davie getting electrocuted, to the parents’ Replacement spoof, all the awards, a musical dedicated to Stephan McMeechan, to Chris’s speech…it’s time to sit back and relive the 2015 season!

Scottish Champions

Article by Tom Green…

Highland Wildcats 54-8 Edinburgh Wolves

BAFANL U19 Scottish Championship

20/09/2015

Box Score

1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Final Score
Highland Wildcats 18 22 8 6 54
Edinburgh Wolves 0 0 0 8 8

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

6-0 – Mark Pyper (5 yard Rush)

12-0 – Euan Crawford to Ewan Sime (28 Yard Pass)

18-0 – Euan Crawford (12 Yard Rush)

2nd Quarter

24-0 – Euan Crawford to Mark Pyper (18 Yard Pass)

30-0 – Haris Ryalls (Defensive Touchdown)

32-0 – Corin Robinson (2 Extra Points)

38-0 – Mark Pyper (5 Yard Rush)

40-0 – Euan Crawford (2 Extra Points)

3rd Quarter

46-0 – Euan Crawford to Declan Maclennan (42 Yard Pass)

48-0 – Euan Crawford to Erem Demirel (2 Extra Points)

4th Quarter

48-6 – Liam Brown (3 Yard Pass)

48-8 – EDINBURGH WOLVES (2 Extra Points)

54-8 – Haris Ryalls (Defensive Touchdown)

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On Sunday the Highland Wildcats defeated the Edinburgh Wolves 54-8 to win the U19 Scottish Championship at the Bught Stadium in Inverness. In doing so the Wildcats organisation as a whole achieved a clean sweep of Championships with both Wildcats teams clinching titles.

12022381_920160568020361_7761764215422959477_oUnlike in regular season games the pre game activities were a little different than normal. For a start both teams made team entrances. Also the national anthem was performed by local singer song writer Emma Mitchell.

The hosts started off with a strong drive by the Wildcats offense which culminated in Mark Pyper rushing 5 yards into the endzone for the opening touchdown of the game. The conversion attempt which followed was unsuccessful but it started off the onslaught.

The Wildcats defensive unit dominated the game early on. Defensive end Erem Demirel as a result of this recovered a fumble on only the second drive of the game to give the Wildcats the ball and the momentum.

Not long after the Wildcats doubled their lead when Euan Crawford threw a 28 yard passing touchdown to veteran receiver Ewan Sime. Unfortunately the extra point attempt after the play was incomplete.

Demirel then managed to recover yet another fumble shortly after the touchdown which put the Wolves straight back on the back foot.

Before the end of the first quarter Quarterback Euan Crawford scrambled out of the pocket and rushed 12 yards for a touchdown. The Extra Point attempt was no good but it meant that the Wildcats finished the quarter with a dominat 18 point lead.

At the start of the second quarter the Wildcats continued to score with Euan Crawford throwing an 18 yard passing touchdown to Mark Pyper.

The Wildcats didn’t have it all there own way in the second quarter as the Wolves defense rallied and DB Maldon Duck managed to get an interception.

Unfortunately for Edinburgh immediately after this Haris Ryalls got an interception which he took to the house for a touchdown. The Wildcats offense then managed to convert a touchdown for the first time in the game when Corin Robinson stepped up to score 2 Extra points. This increased the score to 32-0 to the home favourites.

12042986_920161471353604_8501269113521742292_nFollowing the touchdown the Wolves fumbled the ball once more and this time it was recovered by Stephen McMeechan. It then didn’t take long for the home team to use the possession as they scored another touchdown. This was scored by Mark Pyper on a 5 yard run. The touchdown was then converted by Euan Crawford who took the ball in to the endzone.

This was the final score of the half and the Wildcats were now 40-0 ahead.

During the half time break the youth Wildcats were presented with the Britbowl trophy and the MVP for the tournament (Stephen McMeechan) was awarded the Britbowl MVP. The presentation party for this included myself and Gary Lee representing the British American Football Association.

After the half time break the game started to tighten up as the Edinburgh Wolves defensive pack started to contain the Wildcats. They then started to make some big plays including an interception from Ross Hunter.

The Wolves couldn’t do much with the ball and this resulted in a quick series of downs and a punt. When the Wildcats got the ball they made the most of it and Euan Crawford stepped up and threw a 42 yard touchdown pass to receiver Declan Maclennan. The touchdown was then converted by Crawford once more who found Erem Demirel in the endzone.  This put the Wildcats 48-0 up going into the final quarter.

Now playing for pride the Edinburgh Wolves rallied once more and finally made a break through when QB Liam Brown scrambled for a 3 yard rushing touchdown. This was then converted leaving the score at 48-8.

The Wildcats defense then sealed the Wolves fate when Haris Ryalls once more intercepted Brown before taking it into the endzone for another pick six. This left the score at final whistle 54-8 to the Wildcats.

Immediately after the game Gary Lee (BAFA representative)  awarded the trophies to the Wildcats and Wolves. Quarterback Euan Crawford was selected as the MVP and was awarded a trophy of his own.

The new Blitz was then officially opened after the presentation by Graham Ross (councillor for Inverness West) to round off a great day for the Highland Wildcats.

Britbowl Champions

Article by Tom Green…

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The Highland Wildcats went down to Doncaster on Saturday and became the 3rd team in Youth Britbowl History to retain their UK Championship. During the tournament the Wildcats managed to score 120 points whilst only concerning 51. So without further ado, here is the story of Britbowl XXIX.

Quarter Final

Highland Wildcats 34-19 Kent Exiles

Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster

Box Score:

1st Half 2nd Half Final Score
Highland Wildcats 22 12 34
Kent Exiles 0 19 19

Scoring Summary:

1st Half

HW 6-0 KE – Euan Crawford to Stig McArthur (Wildcats) 24 Yard Passing Touchdown

HW 8-0 KE – Stephen McMeechan (Wildcats) Safety

HW 14-0 KE – Mark Pyper (Wildcats) 45 Yard Rushing Touchdown

HW 20-0 KE – Euan Crawford to Mark Pyper (Wildcats) 2 Yard Passing Touchdown

HW 22-0 KE – Euan Crawford to Stig McArthur (Wildcats) 2 Extra Points 

2nd Half

HW 22-6 KE – Jack Street (Exiles) Touchdown

HW 28-6 KE – Euan Crawford to Stig McArthur (Wildcats) 2 Yard Passing Touchdown

HW 28-12 KE – Sam Crawford (Exiles) 45 Yard Rushing Touchdown

HW 34-12 KE – Alex Roberts (Wildcats) 21 Yard Rushing Touchdown

HW 34-18 KE – Sam Crawford (Exiles) 45 Yard Rushing Touchdown

HW 34-19 KE – Exiles Extra Point

The Wildcats started off their defense of Britbowl against last year’s runners up the Kent Exiles in a re-run of Britbowl XXVIII. Last year the Wildcats won the encounter 22-13 after going behind 7-6 at half time.

The Wildcats started off the game strongly by scoring on their opening drive when Euan Crawford threw a 24 yard passing touchdown to wide receiver Stig McArthur. The extra point attempt which followed the touchdown was no good but it was the start that the Wildcats needed to take control of the game.

On the following drive the defense forced the Exiles back onto their one yard line and then scored a safety when linebacker Corin Robinson tackled the Exiles running back in the endzone. The Wildcats as a result of this then had possession of the ball and took advantage of it straight away with a 45 yard rushing touchdown from veteran running back Mark Pyper. The conversion attempt was no good but it put the reigning champions in a domineering position.

The Exiles were shut out on the following drive which gave the Wildcats possession of the ball. They then used this immediately to great effect with two big rushing plays by running back Kyle Holleyoake (the first was a 29 yard run and the second was a 13 yard run) to set up another touchdown. This touchdown was thrown by Euan Crawford to Mark Pyper to increase the Wildcats lead to 20. The 2 point conversion attempt which followed was successful as Crawford found Stig McArthur in the endzone. This was the final score of the half and it meant that the Wildcats went into half time 22-0 up.

Kent seemingly dead and buried started to stage a comeback and were the first to score in the first half. This touchdown was scored by Exiles player Jack Street. The conversion attempt which followed was no good but it put the Exiles back into  contention. Unfortunately for Kent though Euan Crawford and his offense had different ideas and moved the ball to the Exiles 2 yard line where Crawford threw a 2 yard touchdown pass to receiver Stig McArthur. The conversion attempt was no good but it meant that the Wildcats had an unassailable lead.

The Exiles didn’t give up though and scored again when Exiles running back Sam Crawford ran for a 45 yard touchdown on a break away. The conversion attempt was no good but it put the Wildcats in a weaker position. Unfortunately for Kent the Wildcats scored another touchdown this time it was by rookie running back Alex Roberts with a 21 yard rush. Kent then went on to score one more touchdown on a breakaway run when Sam Crawford ran the length of the field (the 1pt conversion attempt was good) but it was unfortunately for them too little, too late.

Results in the other Quarter Finals

Buckinghamshire Wolves 44-12 Leeds Academy Assassins

Woodham Warriors 32-6 Solent Thrashers

Chorley Buccaneers 13-19 East Kilbride Pirates

Semi Final

Highland Wildcats 24-18 Buckinghamshire Wolves

The Arena, Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster

Box Score:

1st Half 2nd Half Final Score
Highland Wildcats 6 18 24
Buckinghamshire Wolves 18 0 18

Scoring Summary:

1st Half

HW 0-6 BW – Ben Thomas (Wolves) 45 Yard Rushing Touchdown

HW 6-6 BW – Euan Crawford to Stig McArthur (Wildcats) 15 Yard Passing Touchdown

HW 6-12 BW – Ben Thomas (Wolves) 45 Yard Rushing Touchdown

HW 6-18 BW – Ben Thomas (Wolves) Rushing Touchdown

2nd Half

HW 12-18 BW – Euan Crawford to Stig McArthur (Wildcats) 31 Yard Passing Touchdown

HW 18-18 BW – Kyle Holleyoake (Wildcats) 29 Yard Rushing Touchdown

HW 24-18 BW – Euan Crawford to Stig McArthur (Wildcats) 25 Yard Passing Touchdown

IMG_8423The Wildcats entered the stadium for their semi final encounter with the top seeded Buckinghamshire Wolves knowing that this was going to be one of their biggest obstacles to overcome. Victory in this game would send a message to the other teams in the tournament that the Wildcats meant business. On a side note due to competition rules  the Wildcats had to play the semi final in white jerseys which were kindly offered to us by the London Blitz to use in the game.

Unfortunately for Robbie Paulin’s men it didn’t start off to well as Buckinghamshire opened the scoring with a 45 yard rushing touchdown from dangerous running back Ben Thomas. The conversion attempt which followed was unsuccessful but this drive showed the Wildcats why they were such a domineering team in the regular season. The Wildcats however were not intimidated and slowly but surely progressed the ball up field with strong rushes from Mark Pyper and Stephen McMeechan. This passage of play set up Euan Crawford who then threw a 15 yard passing touchdown to Stig McArthur to level up the scores. The Wildcats extra point attempt was unsuccessful but it would prove to be crucial later on in the game.

The Wolves then continued to give the Invernessians a battering and Ben Thomas scored another 45 yard rushing touchdown. The conversion attempt was unsuccessful. On the following drive the Wildcats continued to grind their way up field with strong runs from Kyle Holleyoake but no matter how hard they tried they couldn’t quite find the end zone for the rest of the half. Unfortunately for the Wildcats the Wolves could and once again Ben Thomas scored another rushing touchdown to leave the scores at half time 18-6 to the Wolves.

Up against all odds the Wildcats started to find their rhythm and started grinding out the yards with Kyle Holleyoake taking the biggest battering on offense to set up another Wildcats touchdown which was scored by Crawford who threw a 31 yard touchdown pass to McArthur. The conversion attempt was unsuccessful but it put the Wildcats right back into the game. The defensive unit then started to take control of the game by eliminating the break away runs due to excellent work from Robinson and McMeechan to effectively eliminate the running game.

Following this defensive domination Kyle Holleyoake grinded out even more yards to set up himself on the Wildcats 21 yard line. From here he found a gap in the defense and rushed 29 yards to score his first touchdown of Britbowl. The scores were now level and the tension started to build up on both sidelines with neither one of the defenses relenting.

It looked like it would go down to overtime but then Euan Crawford threw a 25 yard touchdown pass down the field to Stig McArthur to take the lead. The side line erupted with noise and the Wildcats now only needed to see off a few Wolves attacks to get into the final. Luckily for the Wildcats the defense stepped up and shut them down leaving the score 24-18 to the Wildcats at the final whistle.

Other Semi Final Result

Woodham Warriors 18-14 East Kilbride Pirates

Britbowl XXIX

Highland Wildcats 62-14 Woodham Warriors

The Arena, Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster

Box Score:

1st Half 2nd Half Final Score
Highland Wildcats 30 32 62
Woodham Warriors 0 14 14

Scoring Summary:

HW 2-0 WW – Stephen McMeechan (Wildcats) Safety

HW 8-0 WW – Euan Crawford to Stig McArthur (Wildcats) 12 Yard Passing Touchdown

HW 14-0 WW – Euan Crawford to Stig McArthur (Wildcats) 39 Yard Passing Touchdown

HW 20-0 WW – Kyle Holleyoake (Wildcats) 25 Yard Rushing Touchdown

HW 22-0 WW – Euan Crawford to Colin Hamilton (Wildcats) 2 Extra Points

HW 24-0 WW – Corin Robinson (Wildcats) Safety

HW 30-0 WW – Euan Crawford to Lewis Hilditch (Wildcats) 28 Yard Passing Touchdown

2nd Half

HW 36-0 WW – Euan Crawford to Mark Pyper (Wildcats) 2 Yard Passing Touchdown

HW 36-6 WW – Thomas Gallagher to James Rawe (Warriors) Passing Touchdown

HW 42-6 WW – Mark Pyper to Stephen McMeechan (Wildcats) 32 Yard Passing  Touchdown

HW 44-6 WW – Mark Pyper to Ally Gibson (Wildcats) 2 Extra Points

HW 50-6 WW – Connel Kelly to Ryan Lee-Topp (Wildcats) 40 Yard Passing Touchdown

HW 56-6 WW – Kyle Holleyoake (Wildcats) 45 Yard Rushing Touchdown

HW 56-12 WW – Thomas Gallagher to Flyn Leybourne (Warriors) Passing Touchdown

HW 56-14 WW – Warriors 2 Extra Points

HW 62-14 WW – Mark Pyper (Wildcats) 45 Yard Rushing Touchdown

One hour after the victory over the Buckinghamshire Wolves the Wildcats returned to the stadium to play in youth Britbowl XXIX. The Wildcats have played the Warriors once before in the final of Britbowl back in 2011 where the team won 38-34 in a true nail biter which went down to the last 6 seconds. Unfortunately for the the Warriors this final was a bit of a walk over for the reigning champions.

IMG_93152On the opening drive of the game Stephen McMeechan made his presence known immediately by getting behind the line of scrimmage and got held in the endzone. This resulted in the Wildcats getting a safety and possession of the football. It didn’t take long for the Wildcats to use that possession as Euan Crawford threw a 12 yard touchdown pass to Stig McArthur for the opening touchdown of the game. The Warriors offense were unable to score during the first half and the Wildcats made them pay by scoring 22 more points before the end of the half.

The first of these points was scored by Euan Crawford who threw a 39 yard passing touchdown to Stig McArthur (the conversion which followed was no good). Following this touchdown Kyle Holleyoake decided that he wanted a bit of the action and rushed in for a 25 yard rushing touchdown. This was then converted by Euan Crawford who threw a 12 yard pass to Colin Hamilton for 2 extra points.

Throughout the game whilst the defense was on the field the Wildcats sideline was a wall of noise that helped the team stop the Warriors offense from being effective. Corin Robinson stepped up throughout the tournament and scored a safety after Kyle’s touchdown which also gave the ball back to the offense. This was then used to great effect with rookie Alex Roberts and 2nd year running back Kyle Holleyoake slowly setting up the offense on the Warriors 16 yard line. Whilst here Euan Crawford threw a 16 yard pass down field to rookie receiver Lewis Hilditch to score another touchdown. The conversion attempt was no good but it left the score at half time 30-0 in favor of the Wildcats.

The Wildcats continued to dominate in the second half. The first of their second half touchdowns was scored by Crawford once again who threw a 2 yard pass to Mark Pyper to increase the Highland lead. After this score the Warriors finally managed to make a break through Thomas Gallagher who managed to find James Rawe in the endzone for a Woodham touchdown. Unfortunately for Woodham this didn’t change the momentum of the game as the Wildcats kept on scoring.

The next Wildcats touchdown was scored on an option play (In this case where the ball is given to the running back in the back field to either pass or run with it) where Mark Pyper threw a 32 yard pass to Stephen McMeechan for a touchdown. On the extra point attempt which followed the Wildcats ran another option play where Ally Gibson received a 12 yard pass from running back Mark Pyper for two extra points. The had already played some rookies in the first half but now took on some of the dedicated development players such as up and coming quarterback Connel Kelly who on his first ever pass in a UK Championship threw a glorious 40 yard touchdown pass to Ryan Lee-Topp for a touchdown.

Following this touchdown and a Woodham offensive drive Kyle Holleyoake stepped up and delivered a 45 yard rushing touchdown to give the Wildcats a 50 point lead. It wasn’t all doom and gloom for Warriors as they managed to get a consolation touchdown when Thomas Gallagher threw a pass to Flyn Leybourne (the two point conversion attempt which followed was good) but it wasn’t enough to change the outcome of the game.

Following this touchdown Mark Pyper played his last play at youth level and ran in for a 45 yard rushing touchdown to complete the job and bring back the championship.

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3rd Place Playoff

East Kilbride Pirates 20-74 Buckinghamshire Wolves

5th Place Playoff

Leeds Academy Assassins 24-36 Solent Thrashers

7th Place Playoff

Chorley Buccanneers 7-19 Kent Exiles

Britbowl Preview

Article by Tom Green…

In a weeks time the Highland Wildcats will be heading down to the North of England to attempt to defend their UK Championship which they won in 2014. If they are successful they will be the first Club since the Clyde Valley Falcons (back in 2008 and 2009) to achieve this feat.

They would also join an exclusive group of 3 teams who have won three UK titles (the other teams are Clyde Valley Falcons and the Tiptree Titans (formerly known as the Steel City Titans) and become a youth American football dynasty in the UK.

To achieve this they will have to endure three rounds of the toughest American football most of these players will ever face.

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In the first round the Wildcats will have to defeat last year’s finalists the Kent Exiles. They will be looking to get their revenge on us following last year’s 22-13 defeat against the Highland side in Britbowl 28. This season the Exiles won the south eastern conference with a 10-2 record and have been an all round offensive threat in their running game as well as the passing game.

If the youth Wildcats successfully defeat Kent they will have to face either the Leeds Academy Assassins or the Buckinghamshire Wolves.

The Leeds Academy Assassins have shocked the country as a newer team in the National Leagues finishing in a playoff spot. They then won the Northern playoffs after defeating the playoff favourites the Tamworth Phoenix. They have a similar set up to the Wildcats and are not a side to be underestimated.

The Buckinghamshire Wolves could also be playing us in the Semi finals and many have tipped them as favourites to win the title. Like the Wildcats last season they achieved a perfect season and they comprehensively defeated the opposition in the fiercely contested south Western division.

If the Wildcats were to progress into the final they would be playing either the Woodham Warriors who have rebuilt since last seasons disappointment as they failed to make Britbowl, the East Kilbride Pirates who defeated the Wildcats this season, the Chorley Buccaneers who were in Britbowl last year or the Solent Thrashers who won the Southern playoffs.

The Wildcats will have a difficult battle to face but they are more than capable of retaining their crown and bringing glory to the Highlands once more.

Wildcats 40 – 0 Ravens

Article by Tom Green…

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Box Score

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Final Score
Highland Wildcats 26 0 14 0 40
Clackmannanshire Ravens 0 0 0 0 0

Score Summary

1st Quarter

6-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Stephen McMeechan (5 Yard Rush)

12-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Euan Crawford to Declan Maclennan (15 Yard Pass)

18-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Declan Maclennan (10 Yard Rush)

20-0 – EXTRA POINTS – Euan Crawford to Ewan Sime (3 Yard Pass)

26-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Alasdair Howie (Defensive Touchdown (Pick 6))

2nd Quarter

3rd Quarter

32-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Euan Crawford to Ewan Sime (28 Yard Pass)

34-0 – EXTRA POINTS – Euan Crawford to Ewan Sime (3 Yard Pass)

40-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Euan Crawford to Thomas Mackenzie (2 Yard Pass)

4th Quarter

 

The Highland Wildcats finished off the regular season undefeated after beating the Clackmannanshire Ravens 40-0 in a convincing victory. As a result of this win the Wildcats have qualified for the Scottish Championship game as they are the first seed in the Scottish League.

The Wildcats won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball. The drive was set up by Declan Maclennan who returned the opening kick-off for 35 yards. They made the most of it straight away as running back Stephen McMeechan ran in for a 5 yard touchdown. This was unconverted but it laid down the foundations for the rest of the game. On the following drive the Ravens offense was shut down by the experienced Wildcats defense.

They were then forced to punt the ball and it was returned 12 yards by Declan Maclennan to set up the Wildcats next drive. This time the Wildcats used the passing game which led to Euan Crawford throwing a 15 yard touchdown to receiver Declan Maclennan for his 12th passing touchdown of the season. This unfortunately was not converted but it put the hosts lead into double figures.

The Ravens still couldn’t overcome the Wildcats defense and were forced yet again to punt.

The Wildcats then continued to dominate the game and Maclennan trebled the Highlanders lead to 18 points after he ran in for a 10 yard rushing touchdown. This time the touchdown was converted as Euan Crawford managed to find wide receiver Ewan Sime on the end of a three yard touchdown pass.

The Wildcats defense still continued to dominate the game and managed to score a touchdown of their own when linebacker Alasdair Howie picked off a Ravens pass near mid field and rushed it in. The touchdown was sadly unconverted but it left the lead at 26-0 at the end of the quarter.

The Ravens offense continued to struggle but their defensive unit improved dramatically in the 2nd quarter with the Wildcats only managing to get short gains of yardage. The biggest Highland play of the quarter was a gritty 8 yard rush from Stephen McMeechan. Because of this the 2nd quarter remained scoreless throughout.

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After the half time break the Wildcats offensive unit managed to overcome the power of the Clackmannanshire defense. This resulted in another touchdown for the Highland team as Euan Crawford threw a spectacular 28 yard passing touchdown to veteran receiver Ewan Sime. This touchdown was converted by Crawford who passed it to Sime for a 3 yard pass.

Towards the end of the quarter the Wildcats managed to stretch their lead to 40 points as Euan Crawford threw a 2 yard touchdown pass to Thomas Mackenzie. This was Crawford’s 16th touchdown pass of the year which means he has broken the Wildcats single season passing touchdown record at junior level. The Previous record was held by Chris Shaw last year who threw 13 touchdown passes.

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Passing Statistics

ATT COMP Completion % Yards Yards/Attempt INT TD QB Rating
Euan Crawford 19 7 36.8 75 3.9 3 5 57.15

Rushing Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt TD
Declan Maclennan 7 1.75 1
Stephen McMeechan 54 4.5 1
Paul Noble 17 5.6 0
Euan Crawford 27 5.4 0

Receiving Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt Touchdowns
Erem Demirel 11 11 0
Ewan Sime 34 11.33 3
Declan Maclennan 15 15 1
Thomas Mackenzie 2 2 1
Niall Martin 13 13 0

Defensive Statistics

ST AT SACK INT BATT FC FR TD SAF
Cameron Payne 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Erem Demirel 3 5 0 1 0 2 0 0 0
Chris Shaw 3 8 0 1 1 1 1 0 0
Ewan Sime 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
Niall Martin 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Alasdair Howie 5 4 1 1 0 1 1 0 0
Haris Ryalls 4 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0
Stig McArthur 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ryan Lee-Topp 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nathan Ross 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Declan Maclennan 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stephen McMeechan 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Joshua Fox 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Alec McGee 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Thomas Mackenzie 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Euan Crawford  2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Kick Off Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt Longest Kick
Niall Martin 264 37.71 49

Punting Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt Longest Punt
Niall Martin 123 30.75 35

Kick Off Return Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt Touchdowns
Declan Maclennan 35 35 0

Punt Return Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt Touchdowns
Declan Maclennan 31 15.5 0

Previous Results

East Kilbride Pirates 30-38 Edinburgh Wolves

Highland Wildcats 52-0 East Kilbride Pirates

Lanarkshire Longhorns 30-6 Clackmannanshire Ravens

Highland Wildcats 36-22 Clackmannanshire Ravens

Lanarkshire Longhorns 26-8 Edinburgh Wolves

Clackmannanshire Ravens 34-18 East Kilbride Pirates

Highland Wildcats 26-20 Lanarkshire Longhorns

Edinburgh Wolves 6-56 Highland Wildcats

East Kilbride Pirates 0-26 Highland Wildcats

Clackmannanshire Ravens 0-1 Lanarkshire Longhorns

Lanarkshire Longhorns 0-1 Edinburgh Wolves

Clackmannanshire Ravens 0-1 Edinburgh Wolves

 

League Table

P W L T PF PA
Highland Wildcats 6 6 0 0 236 48
Edinburgh Wolves 5 3 2 0 52 112
Lanarkshire Longhorns 4 2 2 0 76 40
Clackmannanshire Ravens 5 1 4 0 62 124
East Kilbride Pirates 4 0 4 0 48 150

Scottish Championship Retained

Article by Tom Green…

Scottish Championship

Last Sunday the youth squad traveled down to East Kilbride and won two out of their three games. This confirmed the high flying Wildcats as Scottish Champions for the 6th year in succession. Unfortunately the Wildcats were unable to complete the regular season undefeated, losing to last year’s Britbowl semi-finalists the East Kilbride Pirates. This loss ended a 25 game winning streak since their last defeat against the Burnley Tornadoes in Britbowl 2013.

Game 1:

Highland Wildcats 42-12 Hamilton Buccaneers

1st Half 2nd Half Final Score
Highland Wildcats 22 20 42
Hamilton Buccaneers 0 12 12

Scoring Summary

1ST HALF

6-0 – Stephen Mcmeechan (HIG) 31 Yard Rushing TD

8-0 – Euan Crawford to Stephen Mcmeechan (HIG) 12 Yard Passing XP

14-0 – Kyle Holleyoake (HIG) 6 Yard Rushing TD

16-0 – Euan Crawford to Alex Roberts (HIG) 12 Yard Passing XP

22-0 – Stephen Mcmeechan (HIG) 6 Yard Rushing TD

2ND HALF

22-6 – HAMILTON BUCCANEERS (Interception) Defensive TD

28-6 – James Maclean to Callum Mccadden (HIG) 17 Yard Passing TD

34-6 – Alex Roberts (HIG) 12 Yard Rushing TD

34-12 – HAMILTON BUCCANEERS 45 Yard Rushing TD

40-12 – Alex Roberts (HIG) 45 Yard Rushing TD

42-12 – James Maclean to Alex Roberts (HIG) 12 Yard Passing XP

The Highland Wildcats started off the tournament against the Buccaneers who they had already defeated twice earlier in the season (66-13 in Edinburgh and 46-6 in Aberdeen). They knew that a win would make the Wildcats Scottish champions due to their superior record against divisional rivals the East Kilbride Pirates.

The Wildcats won the toss and started off with the football. Unlike the last time the two sides met, Highland opened the scoring on their first drive after Stephen McMeechan rushed in for a 31 yard touchdown on the third play of the game. The touchdown was then converted by Euan Crawford who threw a 12 yard pass to McMeechan to put the score at 8-0 to the visitors. The Bucs weren’t able to score on the following drive despite their quarterback throwing a 28 yard  pass for a first down. This was due to McMeechan putting on the pressure from the opening play and strong performances from Corin Robinson, Alasdair Howie and Euan Trommino.

On the very next drive Kyle Holleyoake scored his first touchdown of the game following a 6 yard rush. Crawford then successfully converted the touchdown once again with a 12 yard pass to Alex Roberts to double the Wildcats lead. After this score, on the Hamilton drive, the Wildcats defense shut down the Buccaneers passing game which resulted in a four and out. On the next passage of play McMeechan ended up scoring a 6 yard rushing touchdown which was set up by a long run from Holleyoake and a 15 yard pass from Crawford. Unfortunately this touchdown was not converted but it meant that the Wildcats went into the half time break leading the game 22-0.

After the half time break the Buccaneers fought back on defense when they managed to intercept Wildcats quarterback James Maclean for a defensive touchdown. They were unable to convert. On the following drive though Maclean responded to this minor set back in the best possible way by throwing a 17 yard touchdown to Callum Mccadden.

On the next drive the Wildcats managed to make a huge play on defense as Scott Robertson made an interception which left them in good field position, which they managed to take advantage of as Alex Roberts rushed in for a 12 yard touchdown. This also wasn’t converted.

The Buccaneers did not give up and they managed to score a spectacular 45 yard rushing touchdown three plays later. They were unable to convert it. On the following play Roberts, not satisfied with just the one touchdown, ran in for a 45 yard rushing score. The conversion which followed was successful as James Maclean threw a 12 yard pass to  Roberts which left the score at 42-12 at the final whistle.

Passing Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt Attempts Completions COMP% INT TD QB Rating
Euan Crawford 47 11.75 4 4 100 0 2 136.04
James Maclean 29 9.66 3 2 66.6 1 2 98.64

Rushing Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt TD
Stephen McMeechan 58 11.6 2
Alasdair Howie 19 19 0
Alex Roberts 94 18.8 2
Callum Mccadden 11 2.75 0
Kyle Holleyoake 55 9.166 1

Receiving Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt TD
Stephen McMeechan 29 14.5 1
Alex Roberts 24 12 2
Kyle Holleyoake 6 6 0
Callum Mccadden 17 17 1

Defensive Statistics

ST AT SACKS INT BATT FC FR TD SAF
Stephen McMeechan 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Corin Robinson 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Euan Trommino 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Alasdair Howie 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stig McArthur 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Scott Robertson 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Fergus McIntyre 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lewis Taylor 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Fergus Macrae 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
David Robertson 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dean Brannen 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Craig Bruce 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Game 2:

Highland Wildcats 20-24 East Kilbride Pirates

1st Half 2nd Half Final Score
East Kilbride Pirates 12 12 24
Highland Wildcats 6 14 20

Scoring Summary

1ST HALF

6-0 – EAST KILBRIDE PIRATES – 45 Yard Passing TD

6-6 – Euan Crawford to Euan Trommino – 3 Yard Passing TD

12-6 – EAST KILBRIDE PIRATES – 40 Yard Passing TD

2ND HALF

18-6 – EAST KKILBRIDE PIRATES – 42 Yard Passing TD

18-8 – Stephen McMeechan/Alasdair Howie/Corin Robinson – SAFETY

18-14 – Euan Crawford to Stephen McMeechan – 11 Yard Passing TD

24-14 – EAST KILBRIDE PIRATES – 45 Yard Rushing TD

24-20 – Stephen McMeechan –  17 Yard Passing TD

After the victory over the Buccaneers the Highland Wildcats were confident heading into their penultimate game of the regular season. They knew it was going to be a tough game as last year when the two sides met in East Kilbride the Highlanders only just won 28-25 in the closest game of last season (including the UK championships). This year’s encounter was no different as it was a grueling game with both sides making the most of what ever chances they had.

The Wildcats won the toss and started off with the football. Despite Stephen McMeechan making a 20 yard rush (and getting a first down) the visitors were unable to score on their opening drive. The Pirates couldn’t do much in their opening drive of the game either as the Highland secondary were just too strong. The visitors then had a repeat of their opening drive as they couldn’t score despite Kyle Holleyoake making two big runs (one for 10 yards and the other for 5). The Pirates then punished the Wildcats when they got back possession as their quarterback threw a 45 yard pass for the opening score of the game. The conversion attempt which followed was unsuccessful but most importantly they had the lead.

This put the Wildcats on the back foot but this just inspired the team to play harder with Euan Crawford leading the charge on the next drive with two big passes (one 20 yard pass to Stig McArthur and a 15 yard pass to Colin Hamilton). This gave the reigning UK champions good field position which resulted in Crawford throwing a 3 yard pass to wide receiver Euan Trommino. The Highlanders were unable to score on the extra point attempt but it didn’t matter as the Pirates lead had vanished.

It didn’t take long for the Pirates to regain their lead though as on the last play of the half their quarterback threw another huge pass (this time for 40 yards). This resulted in another touchdown for the Pirates, leaving the half time score at 12-6.

The Pirates then stepped up a gear in the second half as their QB threw another huge touchdown pass (42 yards this time) on the opening drive of the half. Despite the conversion being incomplete it put the Wildcats in a sticky situation as they were now 12 points down. It didn’t help that the Pirates defense on the next drive held the Wildcats for a 4 and out.

With the score now so big the Wildcats defense turned up the heat and forced a Pirates fumble in their endzone for a safety (the safety has been accredited to Stephen McMeechan, Alasdair Howie and Corin Robinson). The visitors now had the ball and slowly drove their way up the field until Crawford found Colin Hamilton at the end of a 4 yard pass. Unfortunately the play was deemed by the referees to be an illegal play so the Cats then had a second chance to narrow the lead. Crawford on the next play then threw an 11 yard pass to Stephen McMeechan for a touchdown. The conversion was no good and the Wildcats now needed the ball as they were 4 points short.

Unfortunately they  got the ball a little bit too quickly as their running back rushed for a 45 yard touchdown which effectively dashed the hopes of the Scottish champions. The Wildcats were able to score another touchdown when McMeechan took hold of the ball and threw a 17 yard pass to Euan Crawford. The conversion was incomplete and it was the final play of the game. The final score being 24-20 to the tournament hosts.

Passing Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt Attempts Completions COMP% INT TD QB Rating
Euan Crawford 84 4.94 17 9 52.9 0 2 67.14
Stephen McMeechan 40 20 2 2 100 0 1 170.41

Rushing Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt TD
Stephen McMeechan 69 8.625 0
Alasdair Howie 7 2.333 0
Kyle Holleyoake 42 6 0

Recieving Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt TD
Euan Trommino 30 10 1
Colin Hamilton 20 10 0
Stig McArthur 30 15 0
Stephen McMeechan 26 13 1
Ally Gibson 1 1 0
Euan Crawford 17 17 1

Defensive Statistics

ST AT SACKS INT BATT FC FR TD SAF
Stephen McMeechan 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Corin Robinson 1 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Euan Trommino 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Alasdair Howie 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Stig McArthur 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Game 3:

Highland Wildcats 1-0 Aberdeen Roughnecks

The Roughnecks had to pull out of the their final game against the Wildcats due to injuries but both teams had a scrimmage game with Wildcats filling in for the fallen Roughnecks. It was great experience for both the Roughnecks and the Wildcats as it gave players who didn’t get a lot of game time much needed experience; especially for 2nd string QB’s James Maclean and Connol Kelly who both threw multiple touchdown passes.

Wildcats 26 – 0 Pirates

Article by Tom Green…

Highland Wildcats vs East Kilbride Pirates (1)

Box Score

1st Half 2nd Half Final Score
Highland Wildcats 20 6 26
East Kilbride Pirates 0 0 0

Scoring Summary

1st Half

6-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Euan Crawford to Ewan Sime (Passing Touchdown)

8-0 – EXTRA POINTS – Paul Noble (Rushing Touchdown)

14-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Declan Maclennan (Rushing Touchdown)

20-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Euan Crawford to Ewan Sime (Passing Touchdown)

2nd Half

26-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Euan Crawford to Declan Maclennan (Passing Touchdown)

The Highland Wildcats won their penultimate game of the regular season against the East Kilbride Pirates 26-0. As a result of this victory the junior Wildcats qualified for the U19 Scottish championship final. The Wildcats were the first team to score in the game when Euan Crawford threw a touchdown pass to wide receiver Ewan Sime. After the touchdown Paul Noble rushed in to score a 2 point conversion to put the score up at 8-0. They then scored later on in the half when Declan Maclennan scored  the Wildcats second touchdown of the game and his 2nd rushing touchdown of the season. Unfortunately the touchdown was unconverted but it increased the home sides lead in the game.

Before the end of the half Euan Crawford threw another passing touchdown to Ewan Sime. This wasn’t converted but it left the score at 20-0 heading into the half time break. In the second half Euan Crawford threw a touchdown pass to Declan Maclennan to increase the play-off bound Wildcats lead to 26. Unfortunately this was the last touchdown of the game because the Pirates defense stepped up to the plate and shut down the Wildcats offense for the majority of the second half. However the Wildcats returned the favor by shutting out the Pirates offense. The final score was 26-0 to the Wildcats.

The next time the junior Wildcats will be in action will be on the 26th July when they will play the Clackmannanshire Ravens at Bught Park.

Previous Results

East Kilbride Pirates 30-38 Edinburgh Wolves

Highland Wildcats 52-0 East Kilbride Pirates

Lanarkshire Longhorns 30-6 Clackmannanshire Ravens

Lanarkshire Longhorns 26-8 Edinburgh Wolves

Clackmannanshire Ravens 34-18 East Kilbride Pirates

League Standings

Team P W L T PF PA
HIGHLAND WILDCATS 5 5 0 0 196 48
LANARKSHIRE LONGHORNS 3 2 1 0 76 40
CLACKMANNANSHIRE RAVENS 3 1 2 0 62 84
EDINBURGH WOLVES 3 1 2 0 52 112
EAST KILBRIDE PIRATES 4 0 4 0 48 150

Wildcats 46 – 6 Buccaneers

Article by Tom Green…

Box Score

  1ST HALF 2ND HALF FINAL SCORE
HIGHLAND WILDCATS 28 18 46
HAMILTON BUCCANEERS 6 0 6

 Highland Wildcats VS East Kilbride Pirates (4)

Scoring Summary

1ST HALF

0-6 – TD – HAMILTON BUCCANEERS (45 Yard Rush)

6-6 – TD – Euan Crawford to Colin Hamilton (3 Yard Pass)

12-6 – TD – Euan Crawford to Mark Pyper (1 Yard Pass)

14-6 – XP – Euan Crawford to Mark Pyper (12 Yard Pass)

16-6 – SAF – Stephen McMeechan (Safety)

22-6 – TD – Euan Milton (8 Yard Rush)

28-6 – TD – Mark Pyper (38 Yard Rush)

2ND HALF

34-6 – TD – Mark Pyper (5 Yard Rush)

40-6 – TD – Euan Crawford to Lewis Hilditch (17 Yard Pass)

46-6 – TD – Euan Crawford to Lewis Hilditch (30 Yard Pass)

 

The undefeated youth Highland Wildcats went into the opening game of the Granite City tournament after an impressive run of 21 victories since their defeat to the Burnley Tornadoes in 2013. They were looking to continue this run in Aberdeen to secure them post season football.

Unfortunately the game started off in the worst possible fashion with a 45 yard rushing touchdown by the Buccaneers running back. This put the Wildcats behind for the first time in a game since the UK Championship game against the Kent Exiles. Fortunately for the Wildcats the conversion attempt was unsuccessful leaving the score at 6-0 to the Glaswegian side.

The reigning UK champions responded almost immediately with a touchdown of their own when Euan Crawford threw a 3 yard pass to centre Colin Hamilton. Following this touchdown the ‘Cats scored again from another passing play. This time the receiver was Mark Pyper from 1 yard out. Crawford then threw a 12 yard pass to Pyper to convert the score which increased the Wildcats lead to 8 points.

Nose tackle Stephen McMeechan then added his name to the score sheet by scoring a safety. After this the Wildcats running game was fully utilised and the Highlanders scored two rushing touchdowns before the end of the half. The first was scored by Euan Milton (who rushed in from 8 yards) and the second was scored by Mark Pyper who rushed 34 yards to score his touchdown. None of these touchdowns were converted which left the score at half time 28-6 to the Highland Wildcats.

After half time the Wildcats scored three more touchdowns before the full time whistle to leave the score at 46-6 to the current UK champions. The first of these was scored by Pyper who rushed in for a 5 yard touchdown. The last two were scored by Euan Crawford who threw two touchdown passes to Lewis Hilditch. The first was a 17 yard pass and the last one was a 30 yard pass. Unfortunately these were uncoverted but it left the final score at 46-6.

Wildcats 56 – 6 Wolves

Article by Tom Green…

WOLVES HOME GAME

Box Score

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Final Score
Highland Wildcats 12 14 16 14 56
Edinburgh Wolves 0 0 0 6 6

Score Summary

1st Quarter

6-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Euan Crawford to Erem Demirel (13 Yard Pass)

12-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Erem Demirel (Defensive Touchdown)

2nd Quarter

18-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Declan Maclennan (59 Yard Rush)

20-0 – EXTRA POINTS – Seumas Ross (3 Yard Rush)

26-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Seumas Ross (1 Yard Rush)

3rd Quarter

32-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Seumas Ross (1 Yard Rush)

34-0 – EXTRA POINTS – Euan Crawford (3 Yard Rush)

40-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Paul Noble (14 Yard Rush)

42-0 – EXTRA POINTS – Euan Crawford to Ryan Lee-Topp (3 Yard Pass)

4th Quarter

48-0 – TOUCHDOWN – Paul Noble (22 Yard Rush)

48-6 – TOUCHDOWN – EDINBURGH WOLVES

54-6 – TOUCHDOWN – Alasdair Howie (3 Yard Rush)

56-6 – EXTRA POINTS – Euan Crawford to Ewan Sime (3 Yard Pass)

The Highland Wildcats went into their opening home game of the season after an unprecedented 3 out of 3 victories away, including a 26-20 victory over last years champions (Lanarkshire Longhorns). Edinburgh on the other hand went in to the game with just 1 win in 2 and their chances of qualifying for the championship game in the balance.

The first quarter was a tightly contested affair with only two touchdowns in it and both of them were scored by the Wildcats. The first was a 13 yard touchdown pass from Euan Crawford to tight end Erem Demirel. This sadly was unconverted. The second of the 1st Quarter touchdowns was scored on defense by Demirel again. This left the score at the end of the quarter at 12-0.

The Invernessian’s continued their dominance of the first half with two more touchdowns. The first of them was scored when running back Declan Maclennan rushed in for a 59 yard touchdown (which is the second longest rushing touchdown of the season so far). This touchdown was converted by fellow running back Seumas Ross to leave the score at 20-0 to the hosts. The last touchdown of the half was scored towards the end of the half after a long drive which resulted in Seumas Ross running in from 1 yard  out giving him his 5th touchdown of the season. This left the score at 26-0 at half tie to the Highlanders.

Unlike in the Longhorns game the Wildcats did not concede any touchdowns in the 3rd quarter and increased the comfort-ability of their lead. The first Wildcats touchdown of the quarter was scored by Seumas Ross who rushed in for another 1 yard touchdown. This was then converted by Quarterback Euan Crawford who rushed 3 yards for the extra points. The final touchdown of the quarter was scored by rookie running back Paul Noble who rushed it in for a 14 yard rushing touchdown. This was then converted by Euan Crawford who threw in a three yard pass to rookie receiver Ryan Lee-Topp to leave the score at 42-0 to the league leaders.

The final quarter started off in the same way as all the other quarters with a Wildcats touchdown. This was scored by Paul Noble who rushed past the Wolves defense for a 22 yard touchdown. This was unconverted but at this point of the game it didn’t really matter. The Wolves didn’t leave the Highland capital scoreless though as they managed to get a touchdown of their own after a huge play from their special teams unit. After this minor set back the Wildcats scored their final touchdown of the game. The scorer of the touchdown was Alasdair Howie who rushed in for a 3 yard touchdown and this was subsequently converted by Crawford who found Ewan Sime for a 3 yard extra points pass. The final whistle then and the Wildcats won 56-6.

The defensive unit was strong throughout the game and there were several standout defensive performances throughout and here is a couple of them. Mark Pyper was domineering on defense all day and recorded a staggering 13 tackles in total (1 solo and 12 assisted) as well as an interception. He was right in the heart of the action. Another performance to be mentioned has to be Haris Ryalls who recorded 12 tackles and an interception.

Passing Statistics

Player Attempts Completions Completion % Yards Interceptions Touchdowns Passer Rating
Euan Crawford 17 7 41.17647059 80 0 3 56.59313725
Seumas Ross 2 1 50 30 0 0 106.25

Rushing Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt Touchdowns
Declan Maclennan 117 23.4 1
Paul Noble 43 7.166666667 2
Chris Shaw 5 5 0
Alasdair Howie 9 4.5 1
Euan Crawford 8 2.666666667 1
Seumas Ross 13 1.444444444 3
Mark Pyper -1 -0.33333333 0

Receiving Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempt Touchdowns
Declan Maclennan 48 16 1
Erem Demirel 13 13 1
Ewan Sime 25 12.5 1
Ryan Lee-Topp 3 3 1

Defensive Statistics

Player Solo Tackles Assisted Tackles Sacks Interceptions Batt Downs Fumbles Forced Fumbles Recovered TD Safeties
Ewan Sime 1 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
Niall Martin 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mark Pyper 1 12 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Haris Ryalls 12 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Erem Demirel 3 3 2 0 0 0 1 1 0
Chris Shaw 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stephen McMeechan 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
Cameron Payne 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Stig McArthur 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Nathan Ross 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Loudon Wheeler 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Alasdair Howie 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Joshua Fox 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mattie Reffin 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Thomas Mackenzie 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Kicking Statistics

Yards Yards/Attempts Longest Kick
Mattie Reffin 415 51.875 65

Punting Statistics 

Yards Yards/Attempt Longest Punt
Seumas Ross 190 38 50

Previous Results

East Kilbride Pirates 30-38 Edinburgh Wolves

Highland Wildcats 52-0 East Kilbride Pirates

Lanarkshire Longhorns 30-6 Clackmannanshire Ravens

Lanarkshire Longhorns 26-8 Edinburgh Wolves

Clackmannanshire Ravens 34-18 East Kilbride Pirates

League Table

Team P W L T PF PA
HIGHLAND WILDCATS 4 4 0 0 170 48
LANARKSHIRE LONGHORNS 3 2 1 0 76 40
CLACKMANNANSHIRE RAVENS 3 1 2 0 62 84
EDINBURGH WOLVES 3 1 2 0 52 112
EAST KILBRIDE PIRATES 3 0 3 0 48 124

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