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Chances go West; RUGBY ROUND-UP.

West of Scotland lived up to their tag as Tennents Premiership dark horses by crushing Jed-Forest 51- 6 at Burnbrae.

But new coach Brian Edwards was disappointed they didn't take more chances.

Richie Craig, Dave McLeish, Aaron Collins (two) and Graeme Thompson (two) picked up the tries.

STIRLING COUNTY put last season's disastrous campaign behind them with a 37-5 success over HERIOT'S at Goldenacre.

Alan Imrie, James McLaren, Malcolm Norval, Jim Brough and Robbie Mailer plundered tries.

CURRIE may have amassed a record tally of 169 last week, but at HAWICK they had to settle for 26-14.

Star was New Zealand winger Darryl Menzies, who snatched a touchdown double.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Nov 16, 1997
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