2022 Silver Saturday
Join us for three Women's National Cup Finals at BT Murrayfield Stadium on Saturday 14 May.
Sarah Beaney Cup Final - kick-off 5pm
History is now set to repeat itself with Hillhead Jordanhill set to face Watsonian FC in the 2022 Sarah Beaney Cup final.
These two sides previously met in the Tennent’s Premiership Final earlier this season, and they also reached the 2019 Sarah Beaney Cup final when the title was last contested.
Hillhead overcame close competition from Corstorphine Cougars by just six points to cement their place in this year’s final (26-20).
An emphatic 51-5 victory over Stirling County sees Watsonian FC battle it out to retain the Cup title after winning it for the first time in 2019.
National Plate Final - kick-off 2.30pm
Ayr and Biggar overcame competition from Livingston and Dundee Valkyries respectively to lock-in their place in the National Plate final.
Winning at their home of Millbrae, Ayr beat Livingston 36-17, whilst Biggar enjoyed a dazzling 51-0 win over the Valkyries.
National Bowl Final - kick-off 12pm
Greenock Wanderers will contest the title as current National Bowl holders, when they face Cartha Claymores in the final on Silver Saturday.
Greenock Wanderers beat Kirkcaldy 10-22 to secure their place in the final, whilst the Claymores’ won 0-36 in Caithness.
Match Day Information
Tickets for the event are free, please register in advance on Eventbrite. REGISTER NOW
If you have tested positive for Covid-19 in the 10 days prior to the event, you have been a close contact of someone who has tested positive for Covid-19, or if you feel generally unwell (with symptoms including, but not limited to, fever, persistent cough and a loss of/change in your taste or smell) please follow current Scottish Government guidelines on self-isolation and testing.
Getting to BT Murrayfield
You can get to the stadium by tram, bus, park & ride, or a short walk from the city centre. Find out more HERE
A limited amount of spectator parking will be available on a first come first served basis, this can be accessed via Saughtonhall Bridge and into Saughtonhall Car Park (EH12 5QZ) and will be open from 10.30am, with turnstiles opening at 11.00am.
Please ensure all instructions from our traffic management company are adhered to for parking and leaving the venue.
All Accessible and Blue badge parking will also be located in Saughtonhall Car Park, please email [email protected] for further information.
Unrestricted bag policy because people will be in the stadium for longer than just one match. That said, there will be a strict policy of searching each and every bag before entry is allowed.
Coffee and Burger Van along with 2 bar pods.
Open at 11am, including hospitality.
All three games will be shown live on the Scottish Rugby website.
Coverage will start 10 minutes prior to each kick-off.
Bruce Millar will be joined by former Scotland Women captain, Lynne Reid in the National Bowl coverage. Reid captained Scotland during the 2010 World Cup and earned 55 caps for her country.
Sarah Hogwood, Scottish Rugby Development Officer and Futures Pathway coach, will co-commentate on the National Plate alongside Bruce Millar. Hogwood earned caps for Scotland Women U20 between 2010 and 2012.
Coverage of the showcase fixture, the Sarah Beaney Cup, will be led by Stuart McFarlane and Megan Kennedy. The tight-head prop made her debut against Wales during the 2018 Six Nations championship and went on to earn 18 caps for Scotland before her retirement in 2021.
In addition to the worldwide coverage, a highlights show with the best of the action and captain’s interviews will be available on the Scottish Rugby website and social media channels the following Tuesday.