TWO more Kings of the Sevens tournaments are taking place this weekend and Peebles will be playing in both.

Today Saturday (April 30) the Kelso Sevens take place at Poynder Park. The event kicks off at 1pm and is sponsored by Borders Fixings.

Teams are divided into the following pools.

Pool A: Melrose, Gala and Musselburgh

Pool B: Kelso, Hawick and Watsonians

Pool C: Jed-Forest, Selkirk and Currie

Pool D: Peebles, Samurai and Edinburgh Accies

Admission: £12 adults; concessions £6; secondary school children £4; primary school children free

No alcohol or Gazebos are to be brought into the ground.

Fans enjoy the action at the Melrose Sevens. Picture Helen Barrington

Tomorrow (Sunday, May 1) the Earlston Sevens take place at the Haugh.

The event is played as a knockout tournament and kicks off at 1pm with Dalkeith playing Kelso. Hosts Earlston then take on Gala, Selkirk play the Powerbombs and Hawick face Lismore.

After that Melrose take on Edinburgh Accies, Gala YM face Boroughmuir, Watsonians play Berwick and Peebles play league leaders Jed-Forest.

Admission: £12 adults; students & OAPs £8 (student ID required); under 16s free

Again, no alcohol or Gazebos are to be brought into the ground.

Meanwhile Jed-Forest extended their lead at the top of the Kings of the Sevens table after winning the Langholm tournament last weekend, one week after winning the Berwick event.

Jed won Pool A by beating charity side Hearts & Balls 42-12 then hosts Langholm 48-0.

Kelso won Pool B, beating Melrose Storm 36-7 and Hawick 26-7.

Selkirk won Pool C, beating Edinburgh Accies 22-19 and Hamilton 26-17.

Melrose won Pool D, beating Watsonians 28-5 and Squad 150 54-10

Jed beat Kelso 38-12 and Melrose beat Selkirk 22-14 in the semi-finals.

Jed beat Melrose 24-10 in the final to lift the trophy.

Jed’s winning squad was Dom Buckley, Finlay Scott, Gregor Young, Gary Munro, Lewis Walker, Rory Marshall, Lewis Young, Robbie Yourston, Elliot Stewart, Nik Stringl, Robbie Shirra-Gibb, Kieran Hayes.

The scoring system for the K7s is 10 points for the winner, 7 points for the runner-up, 5 points for the beaten semi-finalists and 3 points each for teams beaten in the quarter finals.

Jed top the table on 23 points, Melrose have 28, Selkirk 22, Kelso 15, Watsonians 12, Edinburgh Accies 9, Berwick 5, Earlston 3, Langholm 3  and Peebles 3.