It was fitting that the top two in the top flight - Hillhead/Jordanhill and Watsonians - ended the shortened 2018 season with one of the best games.
The Glasgow side had already won the Tennent's Women's Premier League the previous week and on Sunday they were at Myreside to take on second placed Watsonians.
When the two teams had played at Hughenden earlier in the campaign Hills had come out on top 40-39 - and this second meeting was just as close and exciting.
With the 80 minutes up Hills were leading 25-23, but Watsonians had the ball and kept their cool to play through the phases and score a dramatic winning try through replacement Megan Maciver.
New Scotland call-up Charlotte Runcie, Emma Evans and Isla Craigie scored Watsonians other tries in their bonus point win with captain Nicola Nightingale kicking two penalties and a conversion.
Scotland cap Abi Evans, Amanda Moore, Hannah McHugh and Emma Barlow all scored tries to help earn Hills two losing bonus points with Moore kicking a penalty and a conversion.
After the match - which showed just how much women’s rugby in this country has improved - Hills were awarded the league trophy by Scottish Rugby representatives, skipper Louise McMillan the one lifting the silverware.
Hills finished section A on 42 points with Watsonians second on 38 points. Stirling County finished things off with a 39-17 home win over Corstorphine Cougars as they ended in third and fourth respectively.
Stewartry finished top of section B, a 28-13 win away at Cartha Queens Park ending their campaign on a high note.
And well done to Ayr who won Tennent’s Women’s National League One and Kelso who finished top of Tennent’s Women’s National League Two.
Next up in the women’s game is Scotland versus Canada at Scotstoun on Tuesday, November 27.
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