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Melrose Director of Rugby, Mike Dalgetty, was very angry with the decision and felt the pitch was playable.We asked him and Ayr’s Head Coach Callum Forrester for their views on camera.Melrose have lost their unbeaten record at The Greenyards at the hands of rivals Ayr, who turned round a 12-10 interval deficit to take the BT Premiership game 20-12.Richard Ferguson and George Taylor were Melrose’s try scorers but it wasn’t enough to win the match. Better news for Hawick as The Greens posted their third bonus-point win in a row to lift themselves off the bottom of the table.No other games involving Borders sides in the top flight took place due to the frosty weather.
They need just one point against Kelso to take their place in this year’s final at Langholm, but would need to make sure they aren’t beaten by 55 points in the process.
Credit Melrose Rugby TV: Duncan Combe (Video), Fraser Thomson (Audio) Minutes before kick off in the top-of-the-table clash between Melrose and Ayr at The Greenyards, Ayr decided to pull out of the game due to concerns over the state of the pitch after a frosty night in the Borders.
Melrose were totally happy with the pitch but laws state that it only needs one person from the two captains and match referee to voice concerns, and the match will be postponed.
After the break Melrose ran in five tries through Thomas Klein, Gavin Wood, George Taylor, Struan Hutchison and (inevitably) Russell Anderson, who was the only forward on the day to get on the scoresheet.
Selkirk themselves were fielding a lot of youngsters new to this level, and they were by no means disgraced.
The Borders team are certainly on track for a home play-off when the play-offs come round next year.