The Ayrshire Bulls managed to scrape victory over Stirling County at Bridgehaugh, battling the elements as much the opposition. The rain did its' best to deter any attacking rugby, but the Bulls managed to muster a solo try and penalty to secure a 0-8 victory. 

Speaking afterwards, Peter Murchie was happy with how his men managed the conditions: "We learnt a lot. We learnt that guys are willing to dig in for each other. "We have got guts". A Ross Thompson penalty was the only difference for majority of the match, before Nico Griffiths sealed the win with a score with five left to play. The ball spewed out the back of a ruck on County's try-line for the prop to dive over and get a palm on the ball. Ross Thompson was named FOSROC Man of the Match. It was similar fortunes for the Club XV yesterday, who secured victory over Boroughmuir at Millbrae. A 26-12 victory got Stuart Fenwick's men back on track after a disappointing month of November. At the final whistle, Stuart said: "This feels much better. The spirit amongst the boys has been good as well, it is a big weight off their shoulders getting that win. "It would have been really easy to batten down the hatches in those conditions but we stuck to our game plan and continued to play rugby". Matt Donaldson was named Slaters Menswear Man of the Match. Ayr/Millbrae also found victory, toppling Glasgow Accies 19-7 on the 2s pitch.

The Ladies fell earlier today to Cartha in the Tennent's Premiership Play-offs. Despite a close first half, with Cartha leading 7-0 at the break, the hosts broke away to secure a 33-0 win and league safety. The Ladies will now face Heriots next week in a relegation shootout. Match details to follow.