Edinburgh have marched into the quarter-finals of the European Challenge Cup as Pool 4 winners after they defeated Bordeaux - Begles at home at BT Murrayfield Stadium. This was a huge win for the hosts as they also secured the bonus point win and topped the group.

The man-of-the-match for Edinburgh was scrum-half Sam Hidalgo - Clyne, who contributed to 28 of the 38 points they scored. The novice Scotland international, who was invited to Scotland's RBS6 National team earlier this week, has already represented Scotland U17, U18, U20 and Scotland Sevens.

The 21-year-old scored two tries in the match, three conversions and four penalties, and demonstrated an outstanding performance throughout the game, weather with ball in hand or off the boot.

The hosts dominated this game from start to finish and never looked like loosing in a disciplined, controlled performance.

The Scottish side finished 14-6 at the interval, with all the points coming from Hidalgo - Clyne: he scored three penalties and a try in the 27th minute of the match. Lionel Beauxis managed to sneak two penalties for Bordeaux - Begles to finish the first internal.

Edinburgh performance continued strong after the interval; South African Willem Nel, an immensely powerful scrummager, and Matt Scott made touchdowns to extend the lead for the home side before Hildalgo- Clyne placed his second try of the match, and earned his team a bonus point.

Bordeaux managed two tries, one from Pierre Bernard and one from their captain, Baptiste Serin but they did not manage to change the outcome of the match.

Edinburgh are now joining the Exeter Chiefs, Gloucester and Newport-Gwent Dragons in the quarter-finals of the competition before this weekend's final round of pool matches.

The supporters cannot be disappointed with the result which is nearing to the club's Heineken Cup run in 2011-2012 season when their quarter - final win against Toulouse meant they became the first Scottish club ever to reach the last four in Europe.