The rugby season returned to East Lothian on Saturday as four out of six of the county clubs grabbed opening day wins.

In the Premiership, Musselburgh welcomed Kelso to Stoneyhill where the sides played out a high-scoring draw.

In an exciting game of rugby in the Honest Toun, the home side played out a 31-31 draw, securing three points after a late converted try from Sandy Watt levelled the scores.

On Saturday, Musselburgh travel to the Capital to face Edinburgh Accies.

In National League Division Three, Preston Lodge got off to winning ways with a comfortable 54-12 victory away to Cartha Queens Park.

PL were relegated last year as part of restructuring, alongside Cartha, but stated their intent to push for a return with a fantastic opening day result which saw five tries in the first half alone.

The Prestonpans side return home on Saturday to face West of Scotland FC.

In National League Division Four, North Berwick and Ross High were stepping back up to the national leagues after both were promoted last season.

There was mixed fortunes for the county sides as North Berwick got off to a great start with a 40-19 home win over Dunfermline while the Tranent side suffered a 62-10 defeat at the hands of Garnock in Ayrshire.

The two face off in county derby on Saturday at Blawearie Road.

In East Region League Division One, Haddington welcomed Portobello to Neilson Park in what would be another comfortable result for a county side.

The Reds securing a 44-0 victory against the Edinburgh side as they look to emulate their county compatriots in making the step up to the national leagues.

Haddington welcome Broughton to Neilson Park on Saturday.

In the second division, victory also came calling for Dunbar as they saw of Hawick Harlequins with ease at Halhill.

The home side enjoying a try-fest as they won 61-7 against the Borderers on to get the season off to an ideal start.

Dunbar will travel to Livingston on Saturday hoping to build on their promising start to the campaign.