Glenrothes maintained their title challenge in BT Caledonia Division One after an 8-5 win at home to Dunfermline.
Edinburgh made it two wins out of two in Challenge Cup Pool Five with a 27-6 stroll against Agen.
Glenrothes’ challenge for BT Caledonia Div 1 ended with a 39-19 home loss to Highland.
Former Strathallan and Howe of Fife teenager Jamie Ritchie could go from being on the sidelines at Edinburgh to making his European debut for the club in France tonight.
Scotland have won successive matches in the 6 Nations for the first time in since 2013 with a hard-fought but ultimately well-deserved 29-18 victory over France at BT Murrayfield.
Going into the final match of a campaign which promised much but didn’t quite manage to deliver, Howe of Fife knew that a win against GHA at Braidholm would take them to seventh spot in the BT National 1 table.
Scotland’s recent revival was blunted by a powerful Irish performance in Dublin as the home side continued their nine-match unbeaten streak at hokme in the RBS Six Nations by a ten-point margin.
Edinburgh’s dominant front row mashed the Dragons for two tries and a succession of yellow cards as the capital side romped to a four-try Guinness PRO12 win at BT Murrayfield
Edinburgh moved up a place to third in the Guinness PRO12 but failed to really fire or get a bonus point against the winless Benetton Treviso at BT Murrayfield.
There was much more movement in Vern Cotter’s Six Nations squad than might have been expected, but don’t expect that much in the XV that run out at BT Murrayfield just before 5 pm on February 6.