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The Future of Rugby is Bright. The Future is Utrecht

Last updated 2 years ago by Jon Wilkins

Utrecht Rugby Club Remaining Mens teams fixtures


03/03/19 : URC I v. RC Eemland 1

10/03/19 : USRS 1 v. URC I

17/03/19 : URC I v. RC Groningen 1

24/03/19 : RC Eemland 1 v. URC I

07/04/19 : URC I v. RC The Hookers 1

14/04/19 : RFC Oisterwijk Oysters 1 v. URC I

05/05/19 : URC I v. RFC Oisterwijk Oysters 1

12/05/19 : URC I v. Utrecht SRS 1


10/03/19 : RC The Dukes 3 v. URC II

17/03/19 : URC II v. Rotterdam RC 2

24/03/19 : SRC Thor 1 v. URC II

07/04/19 : URC II v. Ascrum AA

14/04/19 : URC II v. RFC Gouda 1

12/05/19 : URC II v. RC The Dukes 3


10/03/19 : URC III v. Te Wervev.The Hague Students 2

17/03/19 : URC III v. Leiden SRG 2

24/03/ 19 : URC III v. RC Delft 3

07/04/19 : Rotterdam RC 3 v. URC III

14/04/19 : URC III v. RC Sparta 1

12/05/19 : Te Wervev.The Hague Students 2 v. URC III


10/03/19 : RFC Haarlem 4 v. URC IV

17/03/19 : CL AXC Rugby 3 v. URC IV

07/04/19 : URC IV v. RC Hilversum 3

14/04/19  : RC DIOK 4 v. URC IV

12/05/19 : URC IV v. RFC Haarlem 4

Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.


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