The Bent had a real buzz about it on Saturday, prior to the kick-off of the first home league game of the season. Added to that was the return of fans favourite, Jerry McKee, the kiwi lock who made his return from a hand injury.
Determined to bounce back from last week’s narrow defeat away to Howe, the Bulls turned up from the start this week and following sound defensive work on the kick chase from the Inglis brothers against lively Musselburgh fullback, Doig, McLeish landed the first points of the match with a penalty.
Musselburgh came back with a strong attack, taking play deep inside the Hamilton 22. When their big number 8 burst through, stand-off Hook was on hand to collect the offload and score the try, converted by Doig.
Look out your ankle warmers and neon accessories!
On Saturday 20th September, the Youth Section are hosting an 80's party night including a quiz, games room for the kids and the opportunity to throw some shapes to the likes of Culture Club, Ah Ha and Spandau Ballet.