Dundee High Rugby came up with the sort of performance they have been looking for since the start of the season.
Alan Brown was back for the BT National 1 clash with Edinburgh Accies, Danny Levison started his first match of the season, and the mix of youth and experience on the wings with Ross Lemon and Ronan Joy was interesting.
Dundee came out on top by 48-14, and coach Colin Sangster was delighted with the way the home side played.
Neil Herron scored two tries, with one for Ronan Joy, Tim McKavanagh, George Arnott, Duncan Leese and Josh Rutnagar. Reese and Rutnagar shared the kicking spoils.
Dundee move into seventh.
They are now only one place behind Howe of Fife, who were blown away by Marr at Troon.
The Ayrshire side took a 24-7 half-time lead and extending it to 52-19.
Howe had only a Chris Mann try to their name after 40 minutes, while Marr had grabbed tries from McKenzie Pierce (two) and Conor Bickerstaff, with Colin Sturgeon adding all three conversions and a penalty.
There was no stopping Marr in the second half, with a try for Conor Bickerstaff and one for Scott of the same ilk, Paul Burke and Graham Vallance. Sturgeon converted the lot, and only tries from Graham Thomson and Brodie Runciman shifted the Howe side of the scoreboard.
Biggar called at Beveridge Park on BT National 2 business on Friday. Kirkcaldy were 21-7 adrift at half time, with only a Rory Brown try converted by Finlay Smith.
When Richard Peacock went in for his fourth try it was all over, with token replies from the home side by Owen Bonner and Michael Brooks, and Smith landing a second conversion.
Kirkcaldy slump to joint second bottom.
Perthshire were 64-14 winners against Berwick at North Inch thanks to an Owen McDonald hat trick and tries for Declan O’Brian, Zac Zropf, Christie O’Donnell, Duncan Wither, Jack Bull, Duncan Clow and Mark Rae, with Zropf landing seven conversions and three penalties.
That win takes Perthshire to third spot in BT National Division 3.