HUW Jones won the East Lothian bragging rights as his Glasgow Warriors side won the second 1872 Cup match over Edinburgh Rugby at the weekend. 

The Musselburgh-born star emerged from the replacements bench late on as the Warriors recorded a 17-0 win, thanks largely to the boot of Finn Russell. 

The Scotland stand-off kicked four penalties before an injury-time try by Lee Jones sealed victory. 

That saw Glasgow level the three-match series after North Berwick ace Chris Dean scored a dramatic winning try in the first match at BT Murrayfield. 

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Dean appeared off the bench for Edinburgh at Scotstoun, replacing James Johnstone in the first half, but he was unable to help the Capital club record back-to-back victories. 

And there was a bizarre incident in the match, when Scotstoun was evacuated due to a fire alarm - all 30 players, officials, spectators and the media had to leave the ground, but were allowed back a short time later and the match continued.

The two sides will now return to Guinness Pro14 conference action, with the third meeting to take place at BT Murrayfield in April, on the final day of the regular season.