Lothians stage gutsy fightback against Fife
Fife, with both former European Tour player George Murray and 2017 Walker Cup man Jimmy Mullen in their ranks, won the morning foursomes 2-1.
But, despite looking to have their backs against the wall after all the matches had gone through the turn, Lothians staged a brilliant fightback on the back nine in the singles.
Allyn Dick came from three down to win one up, with Benn McLeod finishing birdie-birdie to win by the same margin.
Scott McCandless then added a two-hole victory before Craig Davidson went down 4&2 to James White while Jamie Duguid lost 4&3.
That meant it was all down to the last match and with Thomas Simmonds halving that, Lothians won the session 3.5-2.5 to secure a draw.
Having beaten North in the opening round of matches they are in pole position heading to Torwoodlee on 10 July to take on Borders.