He has made several changes to the team that lost against Currie Chieftains last Saturday.
“A disappointing performance last week but I look forward to the reaction of the squad this weekend at home against a strong GHA who are performing well,” he said.
Elsewhere, both Chieftains and Musselburgh are seeking a first away win. Since losing at Hawick on the opening day, Chieftains have registered three outstanding bonus point victories at Malleny Park.
Their coach Mark Cairns will want a similar performance when they travel to face Glasgow Hawks, who currently sit a point behind Cairns’ side in the league table.
It’s a similar story at Musselburgh, who have lost twice away from Stoneyhill, a situation they will be looking to rectify at Jedforest.