Both sides had a high number of absentees, with the hosts having ten players unavailable for a variety of reasons and Currie missing seven due to injuries and Scotland Under-20 commitments. In the end, Currie’s stronger squad was telling.
Currie skipper Ross Weston set the ball rolling when he plunged over after seven minutes and by half-time the bonus point was secured after Graeme Carson, Robbie Nelson, John Cox and Ben Robbins all crossed for tries. Jamie Forbes landed three conversions and a penalty to leave Currie 34-7 ahead – Greg Cannie having touched down for the hosts and Dougie Steele converting.
Weston claimed his second try of the afternoon shortly after the restart and it became a procession as Matt Hooks, Harvey Elms, Dan Marek and Nelson had a try apiece.
Boroughmuir had a final flourish and Rab Cairns marked his final game for the club with a try, which Steele converted, before Jordan Edmunds forced his way over at the corner.