1st XV vs Hamilton: Stats

1st XV vs Hamilton: Stats

Let’s kick off our coverage of the Hamilton game with a couple of special stats for you, care of Borth.

He has pointed out that their tries in this Prem B tie took Liam and Hayden past the 100 point mark for the Club – Liam has scored 102 points and Hayden 105.

Liam’s also scored 8 tries in 7 games this season!

Here’s the regular after-match statistics for the game:

Sequence 0-5, 5-5, 10-5, 10-8, 10-13, 10-18 (half time), 15-18, 20-18, 22-18, 25-18
Tries Liam Steele (16 mins), Hayden Lingard (23 mins), Alex Edmonstone (47 mins), Andy Hughes (60 mins)
Conversions Mike Hanning 1 (Andy’s try)
Penalties Kaide Whiting 1 (60 mins)
Cards Hayden saw yellow for a team offence just before the break; two Hamilton backs also earned cooling off periods after the interval
Referee Kevin White of ERRS
Single Sentence Summary It took another half-time lecture from Bruce to steady the ship in this game, our attacking flair having been tempered with some half hearted defence in the first period – and hats off to Kaide for nailing that epic penalty kick to close out the game!
Leading Lion Liam got the nod from our old mate Richie ‘Shergar’ Maxton immediately after the game, but Angus Lean gets the web version – great hits, tireless running, intelligent support play
Pie Points Maybe it’s a case of absence making the heart (and stomach) grow fonder, but our Inverleith pies tasted particularly heavenly today!


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  1. Ric Clark
    Ric Clark8 years ago

    Have we got anything like an “All time top 10” top point scorers or top try scorers? It might make a nice addition to the website?

    • Bill McNie
      Bill McNie8 years ago

      Hi Ric.

      We don’t have that, sadly – Stats have only been maintained for the last ten years or so (basically, since Allan Munro got on board and the website started up).

      While we could publish scorer and appearance stats covering that period, they would miss out all the wonderful players who represented the club before records began.