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Utrecht! Who Won What Where?

Last updated 2 years ago by Jon Wilkins


FC Utrecht 3 Heracles Almelo 1

FC Utrecht now 4th

FC Eindhoven 0 Jong FC Utrecht 0

Jong FC Utrecht in 18th place

GVVV 0 HHC Hardenberg 0

GVVV in 8th place

VV Eemdijk 1 DOVO 5

DOVO in 6th place

Women’s Football

Faja Lobi KDS 1 DVS’33 Ermelo 0

Faja Lobi in 7th place

Sporting’70 1 Jong Wartburgia 2

Sporting’70 in 12th place

SC Klarenbeek 2 Odysseus ’91 2

Odysseus ’91 in 9th place


URC I 22 Rotterdam 13

URC I in 4th place

URC II 31 RC Delft 14

URC II top of their League!

URC III v. RC Sparta 1 postponed

URC III still top of the League 100% record

Amsterdam AC Rugby 16 USRS I 18

USRS I in 6th place

ARC The Pigs 33 USRS II 12

USRS II in 6th place

USRS III 97 RC The Dukes 12

USRS III now in 10th place. Prior to this game The Dukes were top of the League!

Ladies Rugby

Dom City 45 Oemoemenoe/Tovaal 5

DomCity/Mokum top of their League!

Women’s Football

Today the Netherlands were joined by

New Zealand

in their 2019 World Cup Group.


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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