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Volleyball - Women
RGU 1st  3-1   UWS 1st

Golf - Mixed
UHI 2nd  5-3  RGU 1st

Volleyball - Men
RGU 1st  0-3  Edinburgh 2nd

Netball - Women
Glasgow 2nd  52-19  RGU 1st
Stirling 2nd  53-30  RGU 2nd

Badminton - Men
Stirling 2nd  1-11  RGU 1st

Hockey - Women
Napier 1st  3-1  RGU 1st
RGU 2nd  3-1  St Andrews 5th

Basketball - Women
RGU 1st  54-57  Aberdeen 1st

Football - Women
RGU 1st  0-0  Edinburgh 2nd

Football - Men
Strathclyde 1st  2-0  RGU 1st
RGU 2nd  5-0  Dundee 2nd

Rugby - Men
RGU 1st  40-12  Abertay 1st

Rugby - Women
St Andrews 1st  63-10  RGU 1st

Water Polo - Women
RGU 1st  5-9  Edinburgh 2nd

Basketball - Men
RGU 1st  55-77  Abertay 1st

Tennis - Men
RGU 1st  12-0  Dundee 2nd

Tennis - Women
RGU 1st  0-12  Strathclyde 2nd

Hockey - Men
Edinburgh 4th  2-5  RGU 1st


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