Morgan Academy struck an important blow in their bid to escape relegation from BT Caledonia Division One when they returned from their trip to face Mackie Academy with a 25-8 win.
The bonus point victory sees Morgan leapfrog Mackie in the table by virtue of a superior points difference.
With two matches left to play, Morgan now have Strathmore in their sights, with the Forfar men one point better off, albeit with three games in hand, after going down 18-10 at home to promotion-chasing Gordonians.
In addition to league points, the sides were also battling it out for the Mike McNaughton trophy which was presented last year in memory of the former Scotland age group inter-national who played for both clubs and died in a car crash two years ago.
In Division Two (Midlands), Carnoustie pulled further clear at the top of the table with a 61-0 win at Madras.
The result extends Carnoustie’s lead over Harris Academy to 10 points, although the Elliott Road men have two games in hand.
Grangemouth Stags secured fourth spot in the table with a 21-10 win away to Kinross.
Basement side Blair- gowrie again produced a battling performance but once more failed to get the better of strong opposition, this time going down 31-12 to Howe of Fife seconds.
Kirkcaldy seconds chalked up an impressive 52-7 win away to Perthshire seconds who have now slipped into the bottom two after Waid Academy were awarded a 28-0 win over Stirling Bridgehaugh.
Dundee University Medics remain in the title race after edging out Crieff & Strathearn 24-22 at the Braidhaugh.
In Division Four (Midlands) Glenrothes seconds picked up a 34-20 win at home to Stobswell to close the gap on the pace-setters while Hillfoots seconds secured a 28-0 win over their Strathmore counterparts.