IT was the turn of Boroughmuir to host the Legacy Sevens Series last Friday evening.
Howe travelled to Meggatland as Series leaders after winning at Stirling the previous week.
Howe cruised through their first tie against Dalziel, winning 47-0 with tries by Horne, Imrie, Martin, Lathangie, Mason, Dow and Runciman, Horne with five conversions and Lathangie with one.
Dundee were next to be put to the sword with a hat-trick of tries and conversions from George Horne and one try from Ian Wilson for a final score of 26-14.
Howe faced Hamilton in the semi-final and ran out 34-0 winners.
Try scorers were Horne (2), Guthrie (2), and one each from Wilson and Imrie, Horne adding the extras with two conversions.
In the final against hosts Boroughmuir, Howe took an early first half lead but two tries from Boroughmuir gave them a 14-12 advantage at half-time.
Howe started the second half with a score under the posts to put them five points ahead.
Muir countered again with two scores then Howe replied with a try to narrow the gap to 26-24.
Howe nearly stole the tie but for a knock on in the dying seconds. Howe scorers were Horne (two tries and two conversions) and Imrie (two tries).
Howe squad: Mason, Lathangie, Martin, Imrie, Dow, Runciman, Wilson, Guthrie, Drummond and Horne.
Howe of Fife also had a second squad participating in the Kirkcaldy Sevens tournament last Saturday where they reached the semi-finals with a creditable performance.
Their next outing will be at Perthshire Sevens on May 12.
Howe of Fife are still top the Legacy table with 25 points, ahead of tomorrow’s Carters Howe Sevens at Duffus Park.