It was a difficult set of results for the county’s rugby sides on Saturday with Ross High the only side able to record a win, albeit an impressive 116-0 thrashing of Duns.

Musselburgh continued their poor form with another defeat and there were also defeats for Preston Lodge, Haddington and Dunbar.

It was another disappointing afternoon for Musselburgh as they slipped to a seventh successive league defeat this season in the Tennent’s Premiership, losing 34-26 to Heriot’s Blues Men and slipping to the bottom of the table.

The county side had started the afternoon ahead of their opponents who had also lost their opening six games. But they were no match for them over 80 minutes.

Musselburgh next face Glasgow Hutchesons Aloysians at home on Saturday. The Glasgow side recorded an impressive 49-36 win over Jed-Forest on Saturday, gaining their second win of the season.

Preston Lodge lost out away from home to Dumfries Saints in the Tennent’s National League Division Two.

The 34-14 defeat was their second loss on the bounce and puts them in sixth place in the table ahead of a home game against bottom-placed Hamilton Bulls on Saturday.

It was a rampant display from Ross High in the Tennent’s East League Region Division One as they inflicted a 116-0 thrashing on Duns.

It was the second week in a row that Duns failed to score, and Ross High took full advantage of their poor form with 11 different try scorers helping them to record their fourth straight league win and continue their perfect start to the campaign.

The county side’s next fixture is away to Forrester who lost out to Broughton on Saturday and have lost their last four league games.

It was a free weekend for North Berwick who were allowing other sides to play catchup on missed games. They still remain top of the East Region League Division One having won all five of their games.

They next face Linlithgow who have won their last two league games and sit fourth in the table.

Haddington were on the receiving end of a 24-16 defeat away to Linlithgow, their second loss in a row, to put them in fifth in the league ahead of a difficult home game against unbeaten side Broughton on Saturday.

In the Tennent’s East Region League Division Two Dunbar lost out narrowly at home to Livingston.

It was a highly competitive match which finished 26-29 to the visitors to break the hearts of the home side.

While it was a close game, the result is Dunbar’s fourth successive defeat this season leaving them winless in their opening matches and second bottom in the table thanks to six losing bonus points.