EAST Lothian's rugby and junior football clubs enjoyed a 100 per cent winning record in cup action over the weekend. 

All of the county's East Premier League quartet took a break from league action as the East of Scotland Cup rolled round once more. 

Tranent Juniors continued their defence of the crown they won in June with a 4-1 win at Oakley.

In that match, the home side lost their goalkeeper to a red card after he jumped the fence and began fighting with his own side's supporters.

Elsewhere, Haddington Athletic edged Bo'ness United in a seven-goal thriller, while Musselburgh Athletic required penalties to see off Crossgates Primrose and Dunbar United saw off Coupar Angus by two goals to one. 

And in rugby action, Dunbar recorded their first win of the season by demolishing Inverleith 3-106 in the Capital. 

North Berwick were in similarly devastating form, 14-81 winners over Leith, with Nick Hammond helping himself to a hat-trick (see tweet below). 

And all that came after Ross High kicked things off with a 29-15 win over Forrester in Tranent on Friday evening.

League action returns for the juniors clubs this weekend, while the BT National Leauge Cup dominates the rugby fixture card - for full details, see this week's Courier