Inverleith, who remain second in the eight-strong table, thrashed bottom club Uddingston 9-1 at Bell’s Sports Centre in Perth as the men’s indoor Division One season continued at the weekend.
The emphatic scoreline came after Inverleith were 5-1 ahead at the break with Patrick Christie claiming a treble and Stephen Dick and Derek Salmond doubles with singles from Adam Mackenzie and Sean Stewart.
Then Inverleith beat Western 7-3 after being only 3-2 ahead at the break. Mackenzie was on the mark with three penalty corner strikes while Dick also netted two from penalty corners. Christie and Salmond also scored.
Coach Stuart Neave said: “Both games presented different challenges and allowed us to keep learning and improving as we move towards the group/knockout phase.”
Meanwhile, Grange lost 6-3 to leaders Bromac Kelburne but bounced back to thrash PSL Team Sport Clydesdale 9-2 with Scottish international Luke Cranney netting four goals as the Edinburgh side remain in fourth place.