TRANENT Juniors were the only county side to pick up a point over the weekend in a disappointing set of results on Groundhop Day.

In the Lowland League, Tranent Juniors played host to Bo’ness United as they looked to close the gap on league leaders Spartans, who drew away to Celtic B on Friday.

It was a tight affair in front of a bumper crowd on Groundhop Day with neither side able to get in front at the half-time whistle.

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But it was Bo’ness who would take the lead five minutes into the second half to silence the home fans.

As the minutes ticked on, it looked as though the county side would fall further behind Spartans thanks to a defeat, but in the closing seconds, Tranent found an equaliser through Nicky Reid.

The substitute's strike in injury time was enough to rescue a point and keep Tranent in the hunt for promotion.

Tranent Juniors sit fifth in the table, five points behind league leaders Spartans.

With a free weekend coming up, Tranent return to action on April 5 where they visit Stirling University.

In the East of Scotland Football League Premier Division, Haddington Athletic were one of four clubs taking part in Groundhop Day as they hosted Dundonald Bluebell.

First half goals from Kieran Hall and Scott Cameron had the visitors 2-0 up at the break.

Haddington pulled a goal back through Guy McGarry with a neat volley with 13 minutes to go.

But the visitors secured the win from the penalty spot with a minute to go thanks to Regan Lumsden.

Haddington sit fifth in the table and return to action tomorrow (Friday) with a visit to fellow county side Musselburgh Athletic, who are three points clear of them in fourth place.

Musselburgh Athletic, also taking part in the Groundhop Day, were also beaten comfortably at home to Broxburn in the Premier Division.

Errol Douglas bagged two while Jordan Wright and Gary Brass both scored for the visitors in a comfortable win.

In the First Division, Dunbar United were narrowly beaten 1-0 at home to Coldstream.

The county side, who remain on track to win the title, never really got going in front of a large crown on Groundhop Day with Michael McFarlane being shown a red card in the first half.

The visitors took full advantage of the extra man, taking the lead on 76 minutes and edging out a narrow win.

Dunbar remain top of the First Division despite the defeat, and next face sixth placed Kirkcaldy and Dysart at home on Saturday.

Preston Athletic’s away trip to Kennoway Star was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

The county side sit eighth in the First Division and face a home game against second placed Glenrothes on Saturday.

Ormiston Primrose’s game away to Thornton Hibs in the Second Division also fell victim to the weather.

Heavy rain across fife meant the pitch was waterlogged and unplayable.

Ormiston Primrose are 15th in the table and will play eighth Tweedmouth at home on Saturday.