37 fixtures took place this week with 19 Wins, 1 draws, 14 loses and 3 results still to come in.
Basketball were 3 from 3 on Wednesday with the W1 beating Durham 80-61, the W2 beat Stirling 1’s 70-25 and the W3 beat Abertay 1’s 86-20.
It was mixed results for Fencing with the M1 going down to a strong Durham 1’s 98-135 the W1 however took another win with a 126-113 victory over Durham 1’s.
Women’s Table Tennis 1’s claimed a 3-2 win over Nottingham Trent.
Hockey racked up another 46 goals with the W1 travelling down to Oxford for a late push back and picked up a 4-2 win, the W2 drew 1-1 with St Andrews 1’s, the W7 came back from Stirling with a 6-1 Conference Plate victory over Stirling 3’s, the M1 were not to be out done and picked up a 6-2 win over Nottingham 2’s, the M2 went down 3-1 to St Andrews 1’s, the M4 took the city bragging rights with a 3-2 win over Heriot-Watt 2’s, the M5 claimed a 4-1 win over Stirling 2’s and the M6 went down 9-0 in the Conference Cup to St Andrews 2’s.
The Women’s Lacrosse again had a mixed day on the pitch with the W1 losing 18-9 to Nottingham 1’s, the W2 picked up a nail biting victory 11-10 over Manchester 1’s, the W3 went down 12-9 to Stirling 1’s, the W4 lost 15-11 to St Andrews 2’s and the W5 lost 20-5 to Dundee 1’s, the M1 claimed a walkover win over Glasgow 1’s who couldn’t field a team.
Rugby M1 took on Nottingham Trent who were in BUSC Super Rugby last season and went down 15-26, the M2 claimed a 26-12 win over Stirling 1’s, the M3 picked up a 83-0 Conference Cup win over Glasgow 3’s, the W1 continued their fine form with a 34-5 win over Northumbria 1’s and the W2 claimed a 26-14 win over Aberdeen 1’s.
This weekend sees 21 more fixtures taking place with Futsal and Squash starting their seasons at Oriam and American Football face bitter rivals Napier on Sunday at Peffermill.