Hawick Rugby Club is one of the most famous rugby clubs in Scotland. Touring sides from all over the world have played at the famous Mansfield Park.
The club have produced 59 international players for their country including famous names such as Colin Deans, Jim Renwick, Stuart Hogg and Alan Tomes. The famous rugby commentator on BBC, named the Voice of Rugby, Bill McLaren, came from Hawick and there is a dedicated room for him in the Mansfield Park clubrooms. The clubhouse is also popular for weddings, conferences and other community events.
Hawick RFC play rugby union with the season normally from late August to late April. Seven-a-side rugby is also very popular in the Borders Region and Hawick hold their annual tournament on the third Saturday in April. The facilities are available for weddings, dinners, conferences and other community events.