All the Highlights from the Tennent's Premiership Final at Millbrae between Ayr and Heriot's.
Mary Erskine School and George Heriot's School played out a sensational Junior Girls' Cup final at Schools' Cup 2019.
Currie Cheiftains v Edinburgh Accies 02 March 2019.
Currie Chieftains v Stirling County 8 December 2018.
Heriot-Watt University Football Club is a football club based at Riccarton Campus, on the western fringes of Edinburgh. The club's first team plays in the East of Scotland Football League .
Heriot's Rugby Club, also known as Heriot's FP, is one of Scotland's senior rugby football clubs in the Scottish Rugby Union, whose 1st XV play in the Super 6. The club's home is Goldenacre in Edinburgh.
Heriot's Cricket Club is a cricket club based in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Heriot-Watt University is a public research university based in Edinburgh, Scotland. It was established in 1821 as the School of Arts of Edinburgh, world's first mechanics' institute and subsequently was granted university status by royal charter granted in 1966.
Heriot, from Old English heregeat , was originally a death-duty in late Anglo-Saxon England, which required that at death, a nobleman provided to his king a given set of military equipment, often including horses, swords, shields, spears and helmets. It later developed into a kind of tenurial feudal relief due from villeins.
Heriot is a small village in the Moorfoot Hills southeast of Edinburgh, Scotland, within Eildon . The village comprises some 150 dwellings, spread over a geographical area of around 50 square miles (130 km2), most of which is moorland.
Heriot-Watt University Dubai Campus is a satellite campus of Heriot-Watt University based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Established in 2005, it was the first campus of an overseas university to open in Dubai International Academic City.
Heriot or Heriots may refer to:
Heriot Bay is the principal settlement on Quadra Island in British Columbia, Canada. Heriot Bay hosts a ferry terminal that is used by BC Ferries to sail to and from Whaletown on Cortes Island.
Robert Heriot Clarkson was a Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court from 1923 to 1942. He was also one of the leaders of the Prohibition movement in North Carolina.
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