THERE were wins for North Berwick, Haddington and Ross High in this weekend's round of rugby fixtures as Musselburgh and Dunbar continued their poor run of form.

Musselburgh suffered another defeat this weekend in the Tennent’s Premiership as they lost out 20-25 at home to Glasgow Hutchesons Aloysians (GHA).

The county side looked to have put their poor run of form behind them when they coasted to a 20-3 lead at half-time.

But a second half GHA comeback saw the Glasgow side turn things around and inflict an eighth successive league defeat on Musselburgh who next face Marr on Saturday.

Preston Lodge ran out narrow winners in the Tennent’s National League Division Two at home to Hamilton Bulls.

It was a tight encounter that ended 29-26 in favour of the county side who now sit fifth in the league table. They face a home fixture against fourth placed Falkirk on Saturday.

In the Tennent’s East Region League Division One North Berwick came out 14-3 winners over Linlithgow on Saturday.

The win keeps them top of the table having now won six out of six games in the league this season.

They next face third placed Broughton on Saturday November 12 away from home following a break from league action due to the Autumn Internationals.

Haddington were also victorious in the Tennent’s East Region League Division One on Saturday as they overcame Broughton 25-17 at home.

It was a good return to form for Haddington, who had lost to Linlithgow last weekend, who now sit fourth in the table with three wins from six.

Their next league fixture is against high-flying county side Ross High away from home on Saturday November 12.

Ross High continued their impressive run of form in the Tennent’s East Region League Division One by thrashing Forrester 0-61 away from home.

Fresh off of their 116-0 win over Duns, the Tranent side showed no signs of slowing down as they recorded a third straight victory to nil and their fifth win of the season to maintain a unbeaten start to the campaign.

They next face Haddington at home on Saturday as they look to keep pressure on North Berwick at the top of the table.

In the Tennent’s East Region League Division Two, Dunbar lost heavily away to Penicuik who ran out 54-19 winners.

The defeat adds to Dunbar’s woes as they sit second bottom in the table having lost all five of their opening games.

Their next league tie comes against bottom placed Hawick Linden on Saturday November 4.