Regional Women’s Leagues 2023/24 | Update
Bringing you a snapshot of the Regional Women's League competitions ahead of the New Year.
West Division 1 winners could be decided at Millbrae this Sunday when Ayr take on Oban.
Ayr are just one point ahead of Biggar, and both sides have just one game left to play – Biggar’s final game takes place in the New Year against Greenock. A bonus point win on Sunday would however confirm Ayr as the winners. In a unique twist of fate, Ayr Men’s 1XV play GHK this Saturday at Millbrae and could potentially win National Division 1.
West Division 2 was won by Hillhead Jordanhill 2XV after they achieved an unbeaten run.
In the Caledonia Midlands/East Division 1 league, Dundee Valkyries have topped the table and cannot be caught. They will now join Ayr, one more team from Caledonia North Division 1 and the eighth placed Premiership team in the National Play-offs next season.
The Caledonia Midlands/East 2 has also concluded with Dunfermline topping the table in the second stage of the competition, with wins recorded against Kirkcaldy, Perthshire and Lismore.
North Division 1 is as tight as it gets between Shetland and Aberdeenshire Quines who are tied on competition points. Both teams have one match to play in January against Peterhead and ICD respectively.
With the North Division 2 league complete, Highland RFC are this year’s victors, topping the table with five wins from six.
Finally, in North Division 3, Turriff are undefeated with five bonus-point wins and s such, they cannot be dislodged from the top spot despite having a game in hand.