RBS EAST DIVISION 2
Dalkeith travelled to Bangholm with some confidence on the back of their six from six winning record, but knowing that Trinity are a tough prospect at home, despite their mid table position.
The Dalkeith forwards won an early line-out and drove into the Trinity half before the home side again stole possession at the tackle, but a squeeze ball penalty against them gave Clugston the shot at goal, which he popped over.
One of Trinity’s few forays into the Dalkeith 22 then gained another penalty from an unfathomable offside decision against the visitors and the kick was good for 3-3.
Read more in the October 24 edition of the Midlothian Advertiser.