BROXBURN'S visit to Musselburgh on Saturday was their first on league business since 2004/05 and only their second of the 21st century, the West Lothian side having earned promotion from the Premier League last season.
THERE were five changes to the Hi Hi's starting XI for the clash of the South Division and Central Division leaders on Saturday in a Fife & Lothians Cup first-round tie, with several key players absent, but their first half performance delighted manager Stevie McLeish.
TRANENT made the long trip north to Aberdeen on Saturday to take on North Region Superleague side FC Stoneywood at their Polo Park home.
HADDINGTON welcomed Lasswade to Neilson Park on Saturday desperate to finally pick up their first win of the season.
BRIGHT sunshine greeted the prospect of Musselburgh's toughest test to date in their fine start to the season, as two sides with 100 per cent record collided at Stoneyhill, last year's Premier 3 champions Howe of Fife the opposition.
IN A good advert for summer rugby, North Berwick welcomed league leaders Livingston to Recreation Park.
ROSS High are rooted to the bottom of East 2 after suffering a heavy defeat at home to Hawick Harlequins.
ROSS High began the match under severe pressure from a rampant Dalkeith side on Saturday.
ALTHOUGH their opening two Superleague fixtures had yielded just a solitary point, Burgh had little cause to be dissatisfied at their performances, a creditable opening day draw at Lochee United having been followed by a valiant if ultimately unrewarding fight against Hill Of Beath Hawthorn when they had to play with 10 men for most of the game.
THE Hi Hi had maximum points from their opening two matches against Harthill Royal and Stoneyburn Juniors going into last week's match against another of last season's stragglers in Edinburgh United, with form pointing very much towards a home win - the capital outfit had failed to score in the league amid a run of seven straight defeats since the season's start.
TRANENT and Livingston were among just three teams - along with Haddington - to have achieved maximum points from their opening two fixtures, so something had to give when they clashed at United's Station Park last Saturday.
PRESTON Lodge faced old rivals RHC at the Pennypit on Saturday for what many considered the county team's hardest league fixture for two seasons.
DUNBAR travelled to Portobello missing several key players and were severly punished.