Stirling Student Showdown

East Kilbride Hockey Club, sponsored by Mitchells Roberton Solicitors and Estate Agents, were in action this weekend with two hard fought performances against the Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow respectively.

Both sets of students took early leads, but well worked goals in both games brought East Kilbride back into the game. A penalty save at one end and converted penalty at the other kept East Kilbride in contention against a tough Glasgow University side.  Edinburgh University were certainly no walkover coming into the game sitting at the top of the league and proved to be a well organised unit.

It seems that the days of students spending all of their time in the Union are long gone as both teams were fit and on form.  Clearly things have changed since my day!

On the plus side, I managed two goals of my own so I will have to look at my sponsorship contract to see if that entitles me to any performance bonus…not holding my breath.

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About Ross Leatham

Ross graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2004 having spent 6 months of his studies as an international student at the University of Tilburg. He commenced his traineeship with Mitchells Roberton in 2005 and has been with the firm ever since. He is an experienced solicitor dealing in the purchase and sale of both commercial and residential property, acquisition and disposal of businesses, commercial leasing and property finance. He has acted for a wide range of clients including accountants, further educational establishments, hotels, restaurants, veterinary surgeons, dentists and charities. Ross firmly believes that each client is not just a case and he always takes the time to foster a genuine engagement with his clients to best understand their needs in order to provide focused commercial advice and pragmatic solutions to their problems. Ross only wishes he could find as an effective solution to enhance the performance of his beloved hockey team, East Kilbride. Ross is married.

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