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This weekends results

Last updated 2 years ago by Jon Wilkins

How did your team do this weekend? October 6/7

Football

FC Utrecht 2. NAC Breda 1

Now moved up to 12th in Eredivisie

WV-HEDW Amsterdam 4 DHSC 1

8th place

Blauw Geel ’38 Veghel 5 Hercules 3

12th place

Utrecht Rugby Club

URC IV 61 RRC 50

Amazing scoreline!

Now 3rd place

Women: CL Zwolle/Dwingeloo I 36 CL Domcity Mokum II 5

Drop down to 5th place in 3e klasse Dames

URC II 62 Bredase RC 7

Top of the League with 100% record

RC Eindhoven 7 URC III 139

Incredible win!

Top of their league 100% record

Kampong Hockey Club

Kampong Men 3 HGC 3

3rd place

Pinoké Women 1 Kampong Ladies 1

In 6th place now

Womens Basketball

Green Eagles 60 Cangaroes 81

Now 2nd place.

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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