Steven Hamilton’s amazing season continued as he ran in six tries at the weekend to help Dalkeith defeat Lismore 133-0 and stay unbeaten out on top of RBS East Two.
The Midlothian men have now won 11 from 11 after putting the poor hosts to the sword at Inch Park on Saturday.
They were at their ruthless best, running in 22 tries in total with the six from Hamilton taking him over the 20-try mark for the campaign.
Amongst the other try scorers were Chris Naylor and Ryan Reid with hat-tricks.
The result leaves Lismore at the bottom while second bottom side Penicuik did not get on much better at the weekend, losing 81-0 at Berwick.
Forrester are still behind Dalkeith and Berwick in third after defeating Edinburgh Northern 44-23.
Trinity Accies edged out Inverleith 9-8 with teenager Callum Ramm in the points for the victors while Leith lost 42-15 at Earlston.
In RBS East One, leaders Preston Lodge saw their match at Linlithgow off due to a frozen pitch, so RHC’s win over Dunbar 25-14 puts them just a point behind in second.
Third placed North Berwick defeated Duns 32-15 with Grant Craig collecting 14 points while Portobello posted a good away win, 27-20 at Hawick Harlequins.
Liberton are just one point off the top two after they won 37-10 away to RDVC in RBS East Three.
Ross High are still in mid-table after losing out 39-17 to second-placed Gala YM in the Borders.