A NUMBER of county clubs are in home action this weekend, with a full card of football and rugby fixtures. 

Both Preston Athletic and Ormiston are in East of Scotland League action, with the Panners at home to Eyemouth United and Ormi travel to Leith Athletic. 

All four of the county's junior football sides are in action in the East Premier League.

Musselburgh Athletic welcome Glenrothes to Olive Bank tomorrow (Saturday) looking to cement this place at the top of the table. 

Calvin Shand's side are joint top with Fauldhouse United, but the West Lothian side face a tough examination - they are also in the Garden County as they take on Tranent Juniors at Foresters Park. 

Dunbar United, currently in 10th place in the East Premier League, host Kirriemuir Thistle at New Countess Park, while Haddington Athletic are in action away from home, as they travel to Blackburn United. 

All six rugby sides also take to the field tomorrow, with three games in the county (all kick-off at 3pm). 

Musselburgh will hope for a first win of the season as they host fellow strugglers Stewart's Melville in National 1, while Haddington, also winless this season, welcome Ardrossan Accies in National 3.

PL are on the road, as they take on West of Scotland, while there's a county derby in East 1, where North Berwick welcome Dunbar. 

Ross High will play host to Langholm in East 2, with both clubs putting their unbeaten records on the line as second plays third.