2013 Women's Fixtures confirmed (Updated post)
Broughton Women will play in the post-split Premier 2 Division after finishing top of Premier C, winning all 6 of their games.
After winning the league with a emphatic 6 out of 6 return, Broughton Women will play in Premier 2 after the festive period.
Broughton finished top of Premier C with the best defensive record in Scottish Women's rugby after the 6 rounds of games so far.
The full fixture list for the split is as follows:
RBS WOMEN’S PREMIER 2
2nd December 2012
Morgan v Stirling County
Dundee University v Glasgow University
Edinburgh University 1st XV v Aberdeenshire Quines
13th January 2013
Broughton v Dundee University
Edinburgh University 1st XV v Morgan
Glasgow University v Aberdeenshire Quines
27th January 2013
Stirling County v Edinburgh University 1st XV
Aberdeenshire Quines v Broughton
Glasgow University v Morgan
3rd February 2013
Aberdeenshire Quines v Dundee University
Stirling County v Glasgow University
Morgan v Broughton
17th February 2013
Glasgow University v Edinburgh University 1st XV
Dundee University v Morgan
Broughton v Stirling County
17th March 2013
Morgan v Aberdeenshire Quines
Edinburgh University 1st XV v Broughton
Stirling County v Dundee University
24th March 2013
Broughton v Glasgow University
Aberdeenshire Quines v Stirling County
Dundee University v Edinburgh University 1st XV
Stand By Dates
9th December, 20th January, 10th & 24th February 14th & 28th April, 5th & 12th May
Cup Dates (subject to change)
3rd March, 7th April & 20th April
When League/Cup matches fall on the same weekend as a home International match, clubs are encouraged to support the National Team by not playing in direct conflict with the International game. As a result Clubs can agree to play their match on any day of the weekend with the usual approval from the Championship secretary.
Should clubs wish to play their match on the actual day of the International match a 2 ½ hour default time for kick-off before the international match will apply. Should clubs have logistical difficulty in achieving this they should seek approval for different arrangements from the relevant Competitions Committee via the Competition Secretary.
Where clubs require to apply for dispensation for traditional tour matches, or players involved in National Squad activities, on any league or stand-by date, the request should be made to the Championship Committee via the Championship Committee Women's Representative (and therefore the Women's Championship sub-committee) as soon as possible.
Should any club have any issues regarding ground availability etc for any match they should contact their opponents in the first instance and make alternative arrangements (such as reversing the fixture) then seek approval for the different arrangements from the relevant Competitions Committee via the Competition Secretary.