Doubles see Dunbar keep well on track

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Four players scored try doubles on Saturday for Dunbar as they kept up their good start to the RBS East One campaign.

The East Lothian side had won three of their first four matches in the regional league prior to the home clash with Hawick Linden.

And they made that four from five with a comprehensive 60-24 victory after an entertaining afternoon at Hallhill.

Ally Brown, Keith Courtney, Callum Low and Andrew Wightman all helped themselves to two tries apiece with Antoin Penrose and Blair Mills also going over and Jamie Peters kicking five conversions.

The result leaves Dunbar in second place, four points behind unbeaten leaders Preston Lodge.

At the weekend PL ran in eight tries to defeat Portobello 43-6. Those tries came from Blair Cowan, Blair Robertson, Paul Glynn, Andrew Clark (2), Chris Thomas, Dale Gordon and Graeme Patterson.

RHC are in third after they defeated Duns 65-0 with North Berwick fourth following a 32-18 win at Langholm. The tries for North Berwick came from Angus Elder, Connor Johnston, Kyle Hamilton, Brian Buchanan, Jamie Armstrong and Matt Sanderson.

Linlithgow came out on top 35-20 at Hawick Harlequins.

Dalkeith’s cracking start to the RBS East Two season continued at Inverleith where they ran out winners to the tune of 77-7.

Forrester are second still after defeating Lismore 68-5 while there were also victories for Trinity Accies and Leith.

Liberton made it two wins from four in RBS East Three with a 44-14 win over Moray House.

Ross High also posted a win, but Queensferry lost.