16 & 17 October Tennent's Leagues 2021/22 | Gallery

16 & 17 October Tennent's Leagues 2021/22 | Gallery

Get stuck into the action from the Tennent's Leagues from 16 & 17 October 2021!

Tennent's Premiership and National Leagues

In the Tennent's Premiership, Edinburgh Accies narrowly defeated Selkirk 27-24.

(Credit: John Wright)

Whilst in the Women's Tennent's Premiership, Corstophine were 28-0 victors against Cartha Queen's Park.

(Credit: Amber Roberts)

Moving on to the Men's Tennent's National League Division 1, Biggar and Cartha Queen's Park played out a high-scoring affair, with Biggar coming out 54-24 winners.

(Credit: Ian Conn)

Looking at the Men's Tennent's National League Division 2, Falkirk's home encounter with Peebles finished in an incredibly close 31-30 win for Peebles.

(Credit: Gordon Honeyman)

In Tennent's National League Division 3, Murrayfield Wanderers climbed the table after winning 46-25 against Strathmore.

(Credit: David Potter)

Tennent's East Leagues

In the Tennent's East Region League Division 3, Lismore bounced back from last week's defeat to Dalkeith to beat Earlston 34-5.

(Credit: Merce Just and Gwen Fitzpatrick)

Tennent's Caledonia Leagues

Venturing into the Tennent's Caledonia Region League Division 1, Blairgowrie picked up their first win of the season with a 21-17 victory over Caithness.

(Credit: Kevin Murphy-Steele)

In the Tennent's Caledonia Midlands/East Region League, Strathmore picked up a second win of the campaign as they defeated RDVC 69-0.

(Credit: David Potter)


Tennent's West Leagues

Looking at Tennent's West Region League Division 3, a close encounter between Loch Lomond and Cumbernauld ended in a 15-12 victory for the home side.

(Credit: Darren Nicholson)

In the Tennent's West Reserve League Division 3 - South, Annan 2XV picked up a second victory of the season with a 48-12 win over Cumnock 2XV

(Credit: Alan Robertson)

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