THERE were only wins for Broomhall and Dalgety Bay at the weekend while Dunfermline Carnegie lost their unbeaten tag in Division Five.

In Division One Dunfermline were forced to draft in a couple of supporters to make up the side after late call-offs stretched resources as they went to the Borders to play St Boswells.

The makeshift side was always going to be up against it and the home side helped themselves to 313 in 50 overs for the loss of only one wicket despite Paul Norman bowling 10 overs for only 26 runs.

Without several frontline batsman the chase proved too much but several batters got into double figures although only Rasheed went on to make any sort of score. The result left the McKane Park side bottom of the table.

St Boswells (20), 313 for 1, (E Ruthven 97 not out, S Broom 107 not out, M Rasheed 1 for 63).

Dunfermline (2) 102, (M Rasheed 28, S Lee 16, A Vishnawathan 16, C McNeill 2 for 16).

Broomhall improved their position in Division Three with a victory over Kirkbrae in Edinburgh.

The home side chose to field on winning the toss and Jamie Grant reached 57.

He received good support from Brand, R Grant and Hoefling to post a competitive total of 176.

Kirk Brae's reply was dominated by Derek Sangster but few others stayed for long as Grant struck with the ball, taking five wickets for only 32 runs.

The Brae lower order collapsed giving the visitors victory by 11 runs moving them up to fourth in the table.

Broomhall (20) 176, (J Grant 57, E Brand 29, T Snow 4 for 27).

Kirk Brae (9) 165, (D Sangster 61, J Grant 5 for 32, M Ali 2 for 23).

Carnegie had to wait until Sunday to play Peebles County at The Gytes and on batting first they struggled badly.

In difficult conditions they mustered only 43 but Peebles also struggled at the crease and passed the target with seven wickets standing. The result knocked the Pitreavie side off the top of the table.

Carnegie (2) 43. Peebles County (20) 45 for 3.

Dunfermline seconds seemed to be in the box seat when they had Murrayfield DAFS thirds 107 for 8 after Sadie Harrower took four wickets in five balls off one over in a Division Six game at McKane Park but dropped catches let the visitors add 113 for the last two wickets.

Although Neil Westgarth batted well too few others made good contributions and when the last wicket fell they were well adrift.

Murrayfield DAFS thirds (20) 220, (D Choudhury 66, S Ahkter 52, S Harrower 4 for 44, G Coles 3 for 14).

Dunfermline seconds (20) 77, (N Westgarth 40, J Alum 3 for 5, K Mian 3 for 11).

In Division Seven Broomhall seconds were always up against it when they took on Heriot's thirds at Goldenacre.

Steady bowling by the hosts kept the scoring down and a vulnerable total of 126 was put together.

A blistering knock of 80 by McLaren put Heriot's on the way to victory and it was achieved with six wickets to spare.

Broomhall seconds (5) 126 for 7, (M Goodchild 30, M Warren 17 not out, A Penman 2 for 27).

Heriot's thirds (20) 127 for 4, (K McLaren 80 not out, D Smith 2 for 16).

Dalgety Bay found Largo thirds reluctant to take chances when they batted first at the leisure centre ground and the scoring rate never really reached three an over despite the fact they lost only three wickets.

A target of 115 was no test of the Bay batsmen and Simon Kirkman and Peter Newson helped themselves to good scores as they collected full points.

Largo 3rd (4) 115 for 3, (J Tooze 37 not out, D Coleman 2 for 11).

Dalgety Bay (20) 117 for 2, (S Kirkman 40 not out, P Newson 43 not out).