BTWest Shield quarter-final: Garnock 17 Annan 24, Clydebank 15 Paisley 36, Carrick 75 Uddingston 7, Kilmarnock walk over Cumnock.
BT EastTwo: Ross High 24 Langholm 21.
BTWomen’s Premier League: Stewartry 10 Cartha QP 0, Stirling County 10 Hillhead Jordanhill 43, RHC Cougars 27Watsonians 20, MurrayfieldWanderers 53 Ayr Women 17. Fixtures Saturday (kick-offs 3pm) Last weekend Greenlaw was the scene of two exciting, competitive rugby matches.
In ideal conditions on Saturday, Stewartry battled BTWest One league leaders Allan Glens to their tightest win this season, the Blacks almost snatching victory in the last minute.
On Sunday it was the Stewartry Sirens’turn against Cartha Queens Park women to battle through a downpour and very windy conditions on a pitch that turned into a mud bath by the end of play.
Both the women’s teams gave their all with Sirens only confirming the 10-0 win with a last minute try for Sharon Nicolson to add to the one Claire Dooley had scored early in the second half to keep the Sirens second to Hillhead Jordanhill who beat Stirling County to stay six points ahead.
BT National DivisionTwo: Dumfries Saints forged ahead winning away at third placed Biggar by a narrow three points.This week’s visitors to Park Farm, Hamilton, scored 133 points at home to Aberdeenshire and they are now third.
BT National DivisionThree: Newton Stewart lost for the first time this season away at MurrayfieldWanderers and drop to fourth in the league, Glasgow Accies going top winning at Perthshire.
BTWest One: Kilmarnock move up to second behind Allan Glens after beating Greenock.
BTWest Shield quarter-final: Annan won away at Garnock and now play Carrick at home in the semi-final.
BT EastTwo: Langholm missed the chance to go top when they lost for the first time away at Ross High. Leaders Barnton had no game.
Sarah Beaney Cup, first round: AnnanWomen had a walkover as Ardrossan could not raise a team.
Stewartry under-18s had no game as Bishopton could not raise a team. Stewartry under-16s and under-14s at Annan were off as the pitches were waterlogged.
This week the local derby between eighth place Annan and ninth placed Stewartry is the highlight for the locals in BTWest One.
Both teams are on six points but Stewartry have played two games more.
BT NationalTwo: For a third week in a row Dumfries Saints have a clash with a top three team, this time Hamilton at Park Farm
BT NationalThree: Fourth placed Newton Stewart have second placed Highland at Bladnoch this week.
BTWest One: Annan v Stewartry, leaders Allan Glens v Greenock.
BTWestThree:Wigtownshire are at home to Hyndland and Moffat have no game.
BT EastTwo: Langholm have another chance to go top at home to GalaYM as leaders Barnton have no game again.
BTWomen’s Premier League: Watsonians v Stewartry Sirens, leaders Hillhead Jordanhill v MurrayfieldWanderers.
P WLD F A Results
Hhead Jhill 5 5 0 0 257 22 BT NationalTwo: Biggar 26 Stew Sirens 5 4 1 0 117 73 Dumfries Saints 29, Hamilton 133
Murrayfield Ws 5 3 2 0 195 98 Aberdeenshire 0.
BT NationalThree: Murrayfield RHC Cougars 5 3 2 0 175 123 Wanderers 31 Newton Stewart 21, Stirling County 4 220 97 120 Perthshire 15 Glasgow Accies 33 Cartha QP 4 130 21 200
BTWest One: Stewartry 29 Allan Watsonians 4 040 52 135 Glens 33, Greenock 20 Kilmarnock Ayr 4 040 48 191 45, Oban Lorne 28 Irvine 12.
BT NationalTwo: Dumfries Saints v Hamilton,Whitecraigs v Kirkcaldy.
BT NationalThree: Newton Stewart v Highland, Glasgow Accies v Orkney.
BTWest One: Annan v Stewartry, Allan Glens v Greenock, Garnock v Carrick, Oban Lorne v East Kilbride, Helensburgh v Irvine, Kilmarnock v Cambuslang.
BTWestThree:Wigtownshire v Hyndland, Glasgow Univ Medics v Bishopton. Moffat no game.
BT EastTwo: Langholm v GalaYM, leaders Barnton no game.
West Under-18T4 Conference: Oban Lorne Under-18s v Stewartry Under-18s. Bus leaves clubhouse at 8am. Contact Coaches about arrangements. Kick-off 2pm. Sunday (kick-offs 2pm)
BTWomen’s Premier League: Watsonians v Stewartry Sirens, Hillhead Jordanhill v Murrayfield Wan, Cartha QP v RHC Cougars, Ayr Women v Stirling County.
West Under-16 League: Kilmarnock under-16s v Stewarty under-16s. Contact Coaches about arrangements.
Stewartry 100 Club September draw winners: £25 no 45 K Davidson, £15 no 29 A H Smith, £ 10 no 118 NThomson £5 no 85 J Neil.
Renewal subscriptions are now due, send £12 to Stewartry RFC 100 Club to 25 Cameronian Place, Springholm DG7 3LN. B Pts 5 25 3 19 4 16 3 15 3 11 0 4 2 2 0 0