9 & 10 October Tennent's Leagues 2021/22 | Gallery

9 & 10 October Tennent's Leagues 2021/22 | Gallery

Get stuck into the action from the Tennent's Leagues from 9 & 10 October 2021!

Tennent's Premiership and National Leagues

In the Tennent's Men's Premiership, Edinburgh Acies beat GHA 35-12.

Photo credit: John Wright

Whilst in the Women's Premiership competition, Heriot's Blues secured their second win in a row beating Cartha Queen's Park 32-14 at home.

Photo credit: 2S Photography

In the Men's National 1 division, just 5 points separated Ayr and Heriot's Blues but the Blue's came out on top, 27-22.

Photo credit: 2S Photography

Stewart's Melville enjoyed a win at home against GHK in the Tennent's Men's National 2 league. Final score, 21-13.

Photo credit: 2S Photography

And finally, in Tennent's Men's National 3 division, Strathmore beat Grennock Wanderers 41-14 at Inchmacoble Park.

Photo credit: Proud Of My Pixels (Jamie Dryden)

Tennent's East Leagues

In the Tennent's East/Midlands league, everyone was asking for 'More, as Strathmore faced Lismore. The Strathie side emerged the victors, 68-0.

Photo credit: David Potter

In the Tennent's East Division 3 league, Dalkeith extened their lead in the table with a 7-20 win over hosts Lismore.

Photo credit: Merce Just

Tennent's Caledonia Leagues

In Caledonia North Division 3, Garioch secured a home victory over Aberdeen University, 36-26.

Photo credit: Gareth Falls

And in Caledonia Midlands Division 3, Aberfeldy left McKane Park with the win, beating Dunfermline 3XV 5-84.

Photo credit: Roy Smith

Tennent's West Leagues

Beating Oban Lorne 13-32 on Saturday, Cumnock have extended their lead at the top of the Tennent's West Division 2 league.

Photo credit: Stephen Lawson

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