They played a seven-a-side game lasting 10 minutes, with Jed winning by five tries to three, in front of spectators of their teams’ parent sides and very much enjoyed taking centre stage at Jedburgh’s Riverside Park, according to Jags convener Claire Turnbull.
“It was great. All the boys and girls thoroughly enjoyed themselves,” she said.
“It was good for them to get game-time in front of a bigger crowd than they’re used to and to see a senior game to pick up tips.”
Borders Rugby TV were there to watch the youngsters in action and their footage of the game can be seen at …