Fairlie inside centre Bruce Hunter was one of the leading lights as Accies comprehensively saw off Caithness 114-0. 

In recording the highest score in their league history, albeit against weak opposition, Accies also were without the services of several key players who were out through injury and unavailability. 
In bone-chilling conditions, Robert Hunter kicked off the match for Accies who were playing towards the Saltcoats end of the pitch .With three minutes on the clock, Accies scored their first of their 18 tries of the afternoon after the home pack drove the opposition scrum over the line for Stewart Lamont to touch down, the conversion was missed. 
Four minutes later Accies score again, after an attempted Caithness clearing kick was charged down by Ruairihd Anderson who followed up for the score under the posts, Robert Hunter kicked the first of his 11 conversions of the afternoon. Straight from the restart kick another try was added after the ball was transferred through the hands for Harry Macdonald to sprint in for the touchdown in the corner, the conversion was missed. 
On the 20th minute, Bruce Hunter drifted through the visitors defence to score the Accies 4th and bonus point score. The conversion was missed. 
Try number 5 came on the 25th minute after Scott Campbell finished off a fine move, the conversion was good. Accies 6th try was scored from the kick-off after Robert Hunter's chip over the defence was gathered for Neil Monagahan to score under the posts, the conversion was good. 
Ruairidh Anderson scored the seventh try which was replica of his first after he latched on to an attempted clearance kick and touched down, the conversion was good. 
It was Gordon Telfer's turn to score next after he finished off a move which he had instigated to score in the corner, the conversion was missed. 
Accies 9th try was scored by Stuart Lamont after a break by Robert Hunter, the conversion was good. 
Half time score Accies 55 Caithness 0 
The home side scored their 10th try four minutes into the second half after Robert Hunter drifted through the Caithness defence to score, the conversion was good. From the restart kick another try - Gordon Telfer charged up the middle - Owen Philips sprinted down the right wing - passed inside to Bruce Hunter who touched down, the conversion was good. 
Stuart Lamont scored his hat-trick on the 15th minute after he burst through at pace to go over, the conversion was good. 
Ssuch was their strangled hold on the game Accies notched six consecutive tries through Robert Hunter,Ian Kerr (2),Stuart Lamont,Owen Philips and Neil Monagahan five of which were converted. 
Final Score Accies 114 Caithness 0 
Accies now moved to second place in the league and they will know that far sterner tests wait in the league programme but in scoring 114 points some of their play was from the top drawer despite arduous conditions.
Photo features Bruce Hunter, taken by Scott Ledingham-Park.