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Heriot Watt University - Gullane 2 - 21 February 2010

Despite some concern due to overnight frost, the match was duly played over Gullane 2. The students arrived with 8 instead of the expected 10, so Reekie and Govenlock had a game ahead of the main match - DR emerging victorious!

The pace of golf proved "slow" from certain participants, and there were further delays as custody of the key to the Heriot Watt minibus (which contained the students' change of atire for lunch!) was in Match 4. The Gullane clubhouse was very busy, and rumour has it all were too late to have any pudding! Pudding aside, the match was good fun :)

The match sheet went AWOL during the course of the day, but the results (minus the names of the students) are as follows -


Results from Gullane (SUGS names first)
1) Graeme Belch & Nicky Gold halved
2) Craig Murison & Kenny McKay halved
3) Martin Todd & Dougie Hunter lost by 1 hole
4) Dave Greenshields & Duncan Hamilton won by 2 and 1


Result: SUGS 2 - 2 Heriot Watt University

St Andrew University - St Andrews (New & Old) – 6 March 2010

St Andrews provided a strong side this year, with around 8 first team players. As usual match organiser Nigel Watt was presented some logistical challenges to get everyone off in time for the morning foursomes. The smell around the 1st tee was more brewery rather than sea air, but the students showed little side effects, and raced into a 5-1 lunchtime lead. This was a repeat of the 2009 match; the students had obviously decided "if it ain't broke don't fix it" with regard to their match preparations. Perhaps SUGS may need to adopt a similar approach in 2011! Lunch was taken in the R&A, and although SUGS fared slightly better in the afternoon (click here for photos), it was not enough to prevent a comfortable victory for the undergraduates.



Results from St Andrews (SUGS names first)

A.M. (New Course - Foursome)
1) Nicky Gold & Duncan Martin beat Will Wrisdale & Duncan Melville by 1 hole
2) James Hetherington & Duncan Lawrie lost to Joe Lockie & Cameron Gray by 2 and 1
3) Robin Duncan & David McLeary lost to Mike Gray & Steve Pointon by 1 hole
4) Ned Fox & Ben Kelly lost to Rob Shannon & Elliot Brown by 3 and 2
5) Ewen Cairns & John Hall lost to Earl Morrar & James Mann by 1 hole
6) Colin Steele & Richard Muckart lost to Matt Wheeler & Sam Nanja by 2 and 1

Morning Result: SUGS 1 - 5 St Andrews University


P.M. (Old Course - Fourball)
1) Nicky Gold & James Hetherington lost to Joe Lockie & Steve Pointon by 5 and 4
2) Duncan Martin & Duncan Lawrie lost to Mike Gray & Will Wrisdale by 5 and 4
3) David McLeary & John Hall lost to Elliot Brown & Cameron Gray by 4 and 3
4) Robin Duncan & Richard Muckart lost to Duncan Melville & Rob Shannon by 3 and 2
5) Ben Kelly & Colin Steele beat Matt Wheeler & Earl Moorer by 1 hole
6) Ned Fox & Ewen Cairms beat James Mann & Sam Nanja by 3 and 2

Afternoon Result: SUGS 2 - 4 St Andrews University


Overall Result: SUGS 3 - 9 St Andrews University

Strathclyde University - Western Gailes - 7 March 2010

Another great win for the SUGS against Strathclyde at Western Gailes today - the sun shone, hardly a breath of wind, fantastic conditions and the SUGS overwhelmed the opposition to win 3-1. Opening match of Captain McLeary and myself won a great match 1 up (helped by a winning birdie from the Captain on the 18th). In match 2, Dougie Hunter and Stephen Carruthers gave a dog license (7 & 6 for those of you not old enough to remember) to their opponents. Andy Biggart and Gregor Munro did not fare as well losing 3 & 2 - they came up against stiff opposition shooting 8 birdies in 12 holes. In the last match, Murray Stewart and Duncan Hamilton won a close match 1 up to seal the victory for SUGS.

Nicky Gold


Result: SUGS 3 - 1 Strathclyde University

London University GS - Muirfield - 12 March 2010

This year's match returned to Muirfield, and with the inclusion of a number of low handicap SUGS, the Hon Sec had (allegedly) stated his intention was to improve on the 5-1 halftime lead achieved in 2009. Conditions were excellent - the course was great shape, the rough had been cut back, and somewhat miraculously the sun was shining too, with only light winds to contend with. Some of the LUGS had been on a training trip (on and off the course) at St Andrews earlier in the week, and in the process had recruited Richard George as a late stand-in to replace Doc Wells who had been recalled back to London.
The SUGS batting order was top loaded, and resulted in 3 wins out of 3 for the first games, before Lloyd and George broke the run of play in match 4 to gain the first point for LUGS, thanks to an excellent display of pitching and putting. Match 5 got off to an unpromising start for the SUGS - Captain McLeary's opening teeshot was definitely "left" and never seen again, and the Hon Sec hit "one of those shots we don't mention" on the 3rd, but after that blip they recovered well to record a comfortable win. With the strong pairing of Maurrice and Smith in Match 6, LUGS gained another precious point, and went into lunch 2 points adrift - an improvement on 2009 but still leaving some work to be done.

The afternoon matches proved a challenge for SUGS - Jessop and Wallace were on the receiving end of some inspired golf from Young and Dennis, but managed to hold their own and hang on for a well deserved half. The crucial points for SUGS came from 2 wins (result unrecorded) in matches 2 and 4, which was enough to seal victory, despite the best efforts of LUGS Captain Falconer who gained his first points of the day on the last hole of his match. But as always, the result is immaterial.

For the first time, the match dinner was held in the Muirfield clubhouse, which proved a fitting end to an excellent match. Roll on 2011...



Results from Muirfield (SUGS names first)
1) Andrew Jessop & Anthony Shields beat Jimmy Bull & Paul Woodhouse by 5 and 4
2) Fraser McCluskey & David Wallace beat Ed Clutton & Gareth Young by 2 and 1
3) Michael Choong & Ewan Cameron beat George Yeandle & Neil Falconer by 3 and 2
4) Richard Inglis & David Greenshields lost to Stuart Lloyd & Richard George by 4 and 3
5) David McLeary & Andrew Thomson beat Jon Lavelle & John Dennis by 6 and 5
6) Mike Morrison & Nigel Watt lost to Jeremy Smith & Hugh Maurice by 6 and 5

Morning Result: SUGS 4 - 2 LUGS


1) Andrew Jessop & David Wallace halved with Gareth Young & John Dennis
2) Anthony Shields & Ewan Cameron beat Stuart Lloyd & Jon Lavelle
3) Fraser McCluskey & Mike Morrison lost to Ed Clutton & RIchard George by 3 and 2
4) Michael Choong & David Greenshields beat Paul Woodhouse & George Yeandle
5) Andrew Thomson & Nigel Watt lost to Jimmy Bull & Hugh Maurice by 5 and 4
6) David McLeary & Richard Inglis lost to Neil Falconer & Jeremy Smith by 1 hole

Afternoon Result: SUGS 2½ - 3½ LUGS


Overall Result: SUGS 6½ - 5½ LUGS

Dublin University GS - Portmarnock - 19 March 2010

Match results not recorded, but SUGS lost!

Dundee University - Gleneagles (Queens) – 11 April 2010

The Queens course had only opened at the start of the week, and the greens were consequently very bumpy having been hollow-tined, but all agreed that short sleeved golf, on what was one of the first decent spring days of 2010, was preferable to waterproofs and muffs.



Results (student names not available!)
1) Bobby Watson & Dougie Hunter won 3/2
2) Graeme Belch & Don Reekie won 2/1
3) Stephen Carruthers & Richard Muckart lost 3/2
4) Robin Duncan & Charles Hammond lost 2/1
5) Richard Chapman & Mike Mullins lost 2/1


Result: SUGS 2 - 3 Dundee University

Spring Meeting - Prestwick GC - 16 April 2010

Baird / Purdie trophy
1) Bobby Watson – 75
2) Dougie Hunter - 76
3) Graeme Belch - 77


Best net score
1) David Jarvie - 71

Aberdeen SUGS - Royal Aberdeen - 16 May 2010

The weather gods were with us once again as Balgownie Links presented itself to us in all its glory on a wonderful spring day. In keeping with the tradition of this match, the morning pairings were announced over dinner the previous evening at the Royal Northern and Universities Club and when SUGS' lead-off pair of Gregor McIntosh and captain David Douglas showed the way with a hard fought victory over Willie Park and Niall Farquharson. The remainder of the morning's matches went in favour of the home side.
After soup, sandwiches and the substitution of Martin Todd for Hugh Harvie, the afternoon foursomes saw some high quality golf being played and all the games were won convincingly. Special mention should be made of Gregor McIntosh who won both his matches on his first appearance in this fixture and David Douglas who once again travelled all the way from Guernsey in spite of the volcanic ash cloud.



Results from Balgownie (SUGS names first)
A.M. (Foursomes)
1) Gregor McIntosh & David Douglas beat Willie Park & Niall Farquharson by 2 and 1
2) Geoff Greer & Hugh Harvie lost to John King & David Rennie by 1 hole
3) Richard Harvie & Ian Fulton lost to Roger Laird & Bruce Scott by 4 and 2
4) David McLeary & Robin Duncan lost to Donald Macandrew & Neil Watson by 3 and 2
5) Richard Muckhart & Ian Currie lost to Jonathan Dargie & Alistair Morgan by 4 and 3

Morning Result: SUGS 1 - 4 Aberdeen SUGS


P.M. (Foursomes)
1) Richard Harvie & Geoff Greer beat John King & Niall Farquharson by 4 and 2
2) Martin Todd & Ian Fulton lost to Roger Laird & David Rennie by 6 and 5
3) Ian Currie & Gregor McIntosh beat Jonathan Dargie & Neil Watson by 3 and 2
4) David McLeary & David Douglas lost to Willie Park and Alistair Morgan by 4 and 3
5) Richard Muckhart & Robin Duncan lost to Donald Macandrew & Bruce Scott by 8 and 7

Afternoon Result: SUGS 2 - 3 Aberdeen SUGS


Overall Result: SUGS 3 - 7 Aberdeen SUGS

Dispatch Trophy – Braids – May 2010

The SUGS team (Dougie Hunter / Dave Greenshields / Sandy Phillips / Fergus Niven) lost in the 1st round.

Midlothian Ladies - Gullane 2 - 4 June 2010

Another glorious evening at Gullane greeted this match - if only all SUGS fixtures were played in conditions like this! After a spell of fine weather the Gullane links were in hard and fast condition, making for testing golf. For the meterologists reading this, there was a distinct barrier on parts of the course between the cool sea air and the warmer inland air, where there was a temperature changed of ~5 degrees within the space of a few yards. However, on the day it was the ladies who proved more adept at mastering the conditions, and ably led by their captain, Tracy Laughland, ran out comfortable winners. As sole victors for SUGS, Barnet and Currie were rumoured to be considering coaching clinics for the SUGS side in advance of next year's match! The match was followed by a buffet supper in the Visitors' Clubhouse, and was as ever, a very enjoyable evening.



Results (SUGS names first)
1) David McLeary & Murray Drummond lost to Rachel Watton & Louise Fraser by 3 and 1
2) Don Reekie & Kenny McKay lost to Karen Marshall & Wendy Nicolson by 4 and 2
3) Andrew Thomson & Richard Muckart halved with Gabrielle McDonald & Kirsten Blackwood
4) Tim Edward & Douglas May lost to Fiona de Vries & Linda Caime by 2 and 1
5) Jim Barnet & Iain Currie beat Sal Shepherd & Gillian Simpson by 2 and 1

Result: SUGS 1½ - 3½ Midlothian Ladies

Oxford & Cambridge Golfing Society – Worplesdon & Sunningdale – 31 July & 1 August 2010

Although played across the border, SUGS did have the benefit of some local knowledge for this year's match amongst the team. This was especially the case at Worplesdon, where 5 of the SUGS side were members. As most of the team were London / SE based, the advance party from Scotland numbered only 4, and arrived on Friday evening to the bargain £15 / head / night accommodation in the De Vere Hotel, Sunninghill. There was time to head to a nearby hostelry before closing time to sample the local brew, on what was a balmy summer evening.

Day one of the match was played at Worplesdon GC, one of the many fine Surrey heathland courses. With the benefit of local knowledge, good weather, and several low handicappers in the side, SUGS took full advantage and went into lunch with a 4.5 - 1.5 lead, with a noteworthy(!) half point coming from Thomson & Chapman in Match 5 who were 2 down with 2 to play. The usual levels of refreshment were enjoyed during (and after) lunch, but eventually the afternoon games managed to find their way to the first tee. SUGS were not quite able to repeat the morning's performance, but still managed to win the afternoon series and end the day with an 8 - 4 advantage.

Following a quick turnaround, both sides repaired to Sunningdale Golf Club for the match dinner. Sunningdale needs no introduction, and proved a magnificient venue at the end of delightful day's summer golf. With the dress code black tie, several kilts were on display, fitting for a club that has many Scottish connections. The Society, recognising that a 4 point deficit had to be turned around the next day, suggested post dinner drinks in Windsor. Several SUGS were up the challenge, and the evening was duly spent in various clubs / bars under the Windsor railway arches (? - the Hon Sec cannot remember...!). Suffice to say that several taxis arrived back at the hotel in Sunninghill at various times between 2am and 5.30am...

Sunday dawned another fine day, and the New Course at Sunningdale provided an excellent test, with acres of bloomin' heather, SUGS were soon at home! The cobwebs were soon blown away, aided by a stop at the famous Half Way House for sausage sandwiches. Despite being the passenger in the 5.30am taxi, Gavin Greer proved that it is still possible to play good golf with 2 hours sleep and managed to maintain his 100% winning record. Alex Leslie put his local knowledge to good effect in steadying the Hon Sec's golf on the back 9 against a resurgent Adam Edwards and Tim Hanson, and the Scots duly held to win their match, and contribute towards a repeat of the Saturday morning scoreline, 4.5 - 1.5.

Lunch of the highest quality was enjoyed in the clubhouse alongside some familiar faces from the golfing world, before the afternoon matches. Despite the match being won by now, SUGS continued to press home the advantage to record a 4th series win. It would be difficult to find 2 better venues to compete for the Centenary Quaich, and it was especially pleasing that a number of younger London based SUGS were able to take part, against a Society side of similar age. Roll on 2011...


Day 1 - Results from Worplesdon - SUGS names first
1) Andrew Jessop & Anthony Shields beat Logan Mair & Michael Gray
2) Ian Attoe & Michael Choong beat Philip Bickerton & Rob Simpson
3) David McLeary & Andrew Biggart lost to Al Davidson & Rob Mann by 3 and 2
4) Gavin Greer & Alex Leslie beat Matt Stradling & Heston Orchard by 5 and 4
5) Andrew Thomson & Richard Chapman halved with Claire Forryan & Matt Webster
6) Peter Neal & Colin Steele beat Steven Heathcote & Tim Hanson by 2 and 1

Morning Result: SUGS 4½ - 1½ OCGS


1) Andrew Jessop & Alex Leslie lost to Logan Mair & Rob Simpson by 1 hole
2) Ian Attoe & Gavin Greer beat Rob Mann & Matt Webster by 1 hole
3) Michael Choong & David McLeary lost to Philip Bickerton & Heston Orchard
4) Andrew Thomson & Colin Steele halved with Steven Heathcote & Matt Stradling
5) Andrew Biggart & Anthony Shields beat Michael Gray & Al Davidson
6) Richard Chapman & Peter Neal beat Tim Hanson & Claire Forryan
Afternoon Result: SUGS 3½ - 2½ OCGS


Day 1 Result: SUGS 8 - 4 OCGS


Day 2 - Results from Sunningdale (New) - SUGS names first
1) David Archibald & Ewan Cameron beat Rob Simpson & Rob Mann
2) Sandy Farmer & David McLeary halved with Logan Mair & John Churchill
3) Andrew Jessop & Colin Steele lost to Greg Kohansky & Michael Gray by 5 and 4
4) Anthony Shields & Peter Neal beat Philip Bickerton & Guy Winkworth by 1 hole
5) Andrew Thomson & Alex Leslie beat Adam Edwards & Tim Hanson by 2 & 1
6) Gavin Greer & Andrew Biggart beat Al Davidson & Claire Forryan

Morning Result: SUGS 4½ - 1½ OCGS


1) Andrew Jessop & Ewan Cameron lost to Rob Mann & Michael Gray
2) David Archibald & Anthony Shields beat Rob Simpson & Guy Winkworth
3) Andrew Biggart & Peter Neal beat Logan Mair & Adam Edwards by 1 hole
4) David McLeary & Andrew Thomson lost to Alistair Davidson & Tim Hanson by 2 and 1
5) Colin Steele & Gavin Greer beat Claire Forryan & Philip Bickerton by 1 hole
6) Alex Leslie & Sandy Farmer beat Greg Kohansky

Afternoon Result: SUGS 4 - 2 OCGS


Day 2 Result: SUGS 8½ - 3½ OCGS


Overall Result: SUGS 16½ - 7½ OCGS

St Andrews SUGS - St Andrews (New) - 29 August 2010

The match dinner was again held in the New GC enjoyed by 11 players,including the SUGS Captain David McCleary,at which the fourball pairings were drawn in time honoured fashion. This was the 21st contest for the imfamous GUR Trophy, played over the New Course in glorious summer weather, with the holders (SUGS)aiming to win or retain the trophy for the 9th year in a row to emulate ST Andrews SUGS record in the early phase of the competition. The first three matches were very close but the SUGS Secretary playing in the last match with Keith Macintosh comfortably ran out winners to tie the match 2 - 2, enough to retain the trophy. Well done SUGS!!


Results (SUGS names first)
1) Richard Inglis & Dave Greenshields lost to Hamish Phillips & David McLeary by 1 hole
2) Fraser McCluskey & Don Reekie lost to Murray Drummond & Hamish Macnaughtan by 2 and 1
3) Stephen Govenlock & Mike Reid beat Duncan Melville & Graham Murray by 1 hole
4) Andrew Thomson & Keith Mackintosh beat Alistair Russell & Craig Fotheringham by 4 and 3

Result: SUGS 2 - 2 St Andrews SUGS

Gullane GC - Gullane 1 - 5 September 2010

A fine but breezy day for this year's match, with Gullane No. 1 in excellent condition following the recently played Scottish Amateur Championship. An enjoyable lunch was taken before venturing onto the course. Past SUGS President and former Gullane GC Captain, Archie Baird, was there to see the matches off. With the addition of some new tees, and a new 8th green, the course was more testing than 12 months previously, and despite some strong SUGS pairings, the first 4 matches went the way of the host side. Fortunately Duncan and Mullins managed to restore some pride with a comfortable 4 & 3 victory, and thus avoid a SUGS whitewash. Although, as ever, the result of such matches is incidental, but it is hoped that SUGS will be able to offer a little more competition to Gullane in 2011!



Results (SUGS names first)
1) Neil Steven & Graeme Belch lost to Stephen Lindsey & Scott Walker by 3 and 2
2) Duncan Hamilton & Stephen Govenlock lost to Paul Craigs & Colin Sinclair by 3 and 1
3) David McLeary & Richard Muckart lost to Martin Kellagher & Kevin Thomson by 1 hole
4) Andrew Thomson & Jim Barnet lost to Iain McLean & Jeff Aitken by 5 and 4
5) Robin Duncan & Mike Mullins beat Stewart Baxter & Allan Jardine by 4 and 3


Result: SUGS 1 - 4 Gullane Golf Club

Queens University GS - Royal Portrush / Royal County Down – 23-24 September 2010

Day 1 - Results from Royal Portrush - SUGS names first
1) Anthony Shields & Graham Clarke beat Keith McGarry & Gary Jones by 3 and 2
2) Ewan Cameron & Andrew Jessop lost to Colin Darrah & Craig Flemming by 3 and 2
3) Neil Steven & David Simpson halved with Peter Dick & Brendan Cashell
4) Patrick Mulcahy & Colin Steele lost to Peter Watson & Ed Bill by 5 and 4
5) Charles Hammond & Simon Holt halved with Andrew Dick & Arthur Bell
6) Peter McNeil & Andrew Thomson lost to Neil McCluney & Craig Cameron by 1 hole
7) David McLeary & Richard Inglis lost to Rab Brady & Frank Fleming by 1 hole
8) Robin Duncan & Alan Blair lost to Alan Irwin & Nick Fazakerly by 3 and 2

Morning Result: SUGS 2 - 6 QUGS


1) Andrew Jessop & Anthony Shields halved with Keith McGarry & Alistair Dick
2) Ewan Cameron & Graham Clarke lost to Gary Jones & Brendan Cashell by 2 and 1
3) Neil Steven & Patrick Mulcahy beat Craig Flemming & Ed Bill by 1 hole
4) David Simpson & Colin Steele beat Colin Darrah & Peter Dick by 4 and 3
5) Simon Holt & Peter McNeil beat Arthur Bell & Nick Fazakerly by 1 hole
6) Charles Hammond & Andrew Thomson lost to Neil McCluney & Alan Irwin by 4 and 3
7) Robin Duncan & Richard Inglis beat Rab Brady & Peter Watson by 6 and 5
8) David McLeary & Alan Blair beat Frank Fleming & Sam Moore by 4 and 3

Afternoon Result: SUGS 5½ - 2½ QUGS


Day 1 Result: SUGS 7½ - 8½ QUGS


Day 2 - Results from Royal County Down - SUGS names first
1) Neil Steven & Andrew Jessop lost to Gary Jones & Tim Browne by 6 and 4
2) Anthony Shields & David Simpson halved with Ronan McNally & Alistair Dick
3) Graham Clark & Patrick Mulcahy beat Barry Clements & Andrew Dick by 4 and 3
4) Colin Steele & Simon Holt beat Peter Dick & Peter Watson by 3 and 1
5) Charles Hammond & Ewan Cameron beat Brendan Cashell & Arthur Bell by 1 hole
6) Robin Duncan & Peter McNeill beat Mark Lindsay & Alan Irwin by 1 hole
7) Andrew Thomson & David McLeary lost to Ian Young & Neil McCluney by 2 and 1
8) Richard Inglis & Alan Blair lost to Rab Brady & Nick Fazakerly by 3 and 1

Morning Result: SUGS 4½ - 3½ QUGS


1) David Simpson & Andrew Jessop beat Tim Browne & Peter Watson by 8 and 7
2) Neil Steven & Anthony Shields beat Gary Jones & Ian Young by 3 and 1
3) Colin Steele & Graham Clark beat Brendan Cashell & Ronan McNally by 1 hole
4) Patrick Mulcahy & Robin Duncan halved with Alistair Dick & Nick Fazakerly
5) Charles Hammond & Peter McNeill beat Barry Clements & Rab Brady by 1 hole
6) Ewan Cameron & Simon Holt halved with Peter Dick & Neil McCluney
7) Richard Inglis & David McLeary beat Arthur Bell & Mark Lindsay by 7 and 5
8) Alan Blair & Andrew Thomson beat Craig Fleming & Alan Irwin by 1 hole

Afternoon Result: SUGS 7 - 1 QUGS


Day 2 Result: SUGS 11½ - 4½ QUGS


Overall Result: SUGS 19 - 13 QUGS

Autumn Meeting - Gullane 1 & 2 - 23 October 2010

W N Boase Putter:
1) John Yuille - 69 scratch stableford points
2) Duncan Martin - 68 scratch stableford points


R S Sloan Trophy:
1) Simon Holt - 34 scratch stableford points (BIH)
2) John King - 34 scratch stableford points (BIH)


C R Duncan Leeds Trophy:
1) Stephen Govenlock - 40 net stableford points
2) John King - 36 net stableford points


Seniors Salver:
1) Richard Muckart - 35 net stableford points
2) Mike Mullins - 33 net stableford points

Edinburgh University - Gullane No 2 - 7 November 2010

The match was played in beautiful November sunshine, over a fantistically conditioned Gullane No.2 course. In match 1, Greenshields' eighteen pars were supplemented by Belch's five birdies to give SUGS the first point. The students quickly fought back by winning game 2, birdieing the last two holes to win the game on the 18th green. A fine performance by Niven and Muckart, with both holing some lenghty putts, returned the advantage to SUGS. In match 4, the quality of golf was also high with 8 of the first 11 holes requiring birdie to either win or half, and in the end a half with a better ball of -4 was deemed a fair result. This half ensured SUGS could not lose the match, but Morton and Todd produced some excellent golf in game 5 to secure the RH Thomson Trophy for SUGS. The match result of 3.5 - 1.5 gave SUGS only their second victory in the match in the last 13 years, and also provided Captain Muckart with the perfect start to his captaincy.



Results from Gullane (SUGS names first)
1) Graeme Belch & Dave Greenshields beat Iain Finlay & Alex Main by 2 and 1
2) Dougie Hunter & Iain Thomson lost to Dave Calder & Linus Vaisanen by 2 holes
3) Fergus Niven & Richard Muckart beat Roddy Forgie & Rob Gallon by 1 hole
4) Sandy Philips & David Jarvie halved with Jake Halliday & James White
5) Douglas Morton & Martin Todd beat Scott McGee & Joe Dilks by 2 and 1


Result: SUGS 3½ - 1½ Edinburgh University

Luffness New GC - Luffness – 28 November 2010

Cancelled due to snow - subsequently rearranged for March 2011.

Match Not Played

Aberdeen University

Glasgow University

Scottish Universities

Stirling University

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