Action from the recent Grange v Bromac Kelburne clash at Fettes. Picture by Nigel Duncan Media

Grange carry a three-point lead in Division One into this weekend’s men’s field hockey fixtures.

They travel to lowly Uddingston on Saturday (15.00) but will take no chances following the Lanarkshire side’s shock result in their last outing.

Uddingston held Bromac Kelburne 4-4 after being 4-1 down and a Steven Percy penalty corner late-on stunned the champions.

Grange were the better side in their 4-1 victory at Peffermill over an Edinburgh University side containing five 18-year-old players.

David Knipe’s men capitalised on mistakes and he will hope to pressurise Uddingston this weekend to extend their unbeaten run to eight games.

Edinburgh University travel to Glasgow’s National Hockey Centre to face Kelburne (13.30), a match the students coach Graham Moodie is looking forward to.

He is keen to test his young side against the best and continue their learning process.

Bottom club Inverleith are at home to Dundee Wanderers at Peffermill at 4pm.

Coach Stuart Neave is desperate to end their seven game losing run and to register their first points since being promoted last season.

The other matches scheduled are Western Wildcats v Grove Menzieshill and Clydesdale v Hillhead.