For the second successive week the Greens gave the home supporters a grandstand finish and for the team to have scored 19 points out of a possible 20 in the last four games is remarkable.
Glasgow Hawks visited Mansfield Park on Saturday having beat the Greens in Glasgow in September.
The home team got off to a flyer when the forwards showed their character and hooker Marr Carryer burrowed over for a try after good work from the pack. Stand off, Lee Armstrong, slotted the conversion.
The Greens had an excellent first half and the visitors were getting penalised on a regular basis before Callum Kerr was shown a yellow card.
However, Hawks did get on the scoreboard with a try before half time from second row Fraser Hastie after a long spell of possession.
Hawks started the second half with a bang and the lively flanker, Callum Kerr, scored a well taken try that stand off Thomson converted for a 12 7 lead.
The Greens were reduced to 14 men midway through the second half and Hawks – especially their backline – looked dangerous.
Similar to the previous week against Heriots with the clock running out of time, Hawick launched an all out attack and were denied several times before referee Ross Mabon awarded a penalty try to the Greens in injury time to give the home side a two point win much to the delight of the home supporters.
Man of the Match was Greens prop, Shawn Muir.