EDINBURGH Wanderers remain at the top of the women's rugby Keyline League after defeating West of Scotland 47-3 at Murrayfield.

Scotland's No.8 Donna Kennedy, playing out of position at outside centre, was rewarded with three tries, while stand-off Denise Fairbairn claimed a further two.

At Raeburn Place, Edinburgh Academicals maintained their challenge with a massive 87-0 over Edinburgh University, Scotland wing Sue Brodie scoring four tries.

In Division 2, Edinburgh Academicals made it a day of wins with victory for their second XV over West of Scotland 2nd XV by 14-7, while Haddington continued their impressive form with a 12-0 win over Stirling University.

Elsewhere, the all-Border clashes in Division Three produced wins for Melrose and Hawick, who had respective victories over Duns and Peebles. Results:

Division 1 - Edinburgh Academicals 87, Edinburgh University 0; Edinburgh Wanderers 47, West of Scotland 3.

Division 2 - 2nd Edinburgh Academicals 14, 2nd West 7; Stirling University 0, Haddington 12.

Division 3 - Melrose 37, Duns 0; Dalkeith 35, 2nd Edinburgh University 5; Berwick 7, Royal Dick Vet College 37; Hawick 29, Peebles 15; Craig Dunain 15, Glasgow University 12; St Andrews 0, Kirkcaldy 24.

q.TWO of last season's Scotland under-18 caps, James MacPhail, the Stirling County wing from Mull, and Graeme Inglis, the flanker who has been playing scrum half for Hutchesons'/Aloysians, are in the Glasgow squad to prepare for the under-19 district championship with a match against a Stirling XV at Bridgehaugh on Wednesday (kick-off 7pm). Glasgow under-19 squad:

Full backs - Mark Young (Edinburgh University), Graeme Ferguson (Ayr). Wings - David Senior, James MacPhail (both Stirling County), Steve Casserly (Glasgow Academicals), Iain Cochrane (Glasgow Southern). Centres - James Peacock (Stewartry), Nicky Barrett (GHK), Ricky Munday (Glasgow Academicals). Stand-offs - Alan Sievewright (Stirling County), Ali White (Glasgow Southern). Scrum halves - Richard McKnight (Glasgow Academicals), Lyall Gibb (GHK). Props - Jack Oliver (Glasgow Southern), Steven Ross (St Andrews University), Donald McArthur (GHK), Alan D Jamieson (Cambuslang). Hookers - Rian Anderson (Glasgow Southern), Andrew Neilson (Stirling County). Locks - Colin Malcolm (Stirling County), Peter Ross (Dundee University), Russell Bridges (Glasgow Academicals). Flankers - Ian Duncan (Stirling County), Graeme Inglis, David Martyn (both Hutchesons'/Aloysians). No.8 - Grant Macfarlane (West of Scotland).