Currie and Stirling County have followed Gala in revealing the players they have brought into their sides for the forthcoming season.
The Bridgehaugh and Mansfield Park sides, respectively, have both announced they will add to their player pools as well as introducing new additions to their coaching staff.
For Stirling County, back-rower Stevie Swindall and fitness instructor Dave McMillan join the coaching set-up, while players Ben Cairns and Sean Cox join-up with Ally Donaldson delivering coaching in defence and skills and set-piece, respectively.
Currie saw a number of their players turning pro in season 2012/13, James Johnstone, Jonny Gray and Dougie Fife, among others, so have a number of positions to fill.
They welcome Andrew McWilliam (prop) and Duncan Swanson (scrum-half) from Edinburgh Academy, Karl Main (back-row) from Dunbar, George Horne (stand-off) from Howe of Fife, Ruaridh Smith (full-back) from North Berwick, Grant McConnell (wing) from Millfield, David Cherry (hooker) from Tynedale, Alex Penman (utility back) from Falkirk, Elliot Mitchell (second row) from Invercargill, Callum Kerr (wing) from Musselburgh, Ethan Pollock (centre) from Waikato and Isaac Miller (hooker) from Stewart’s-Melville FP.
Stirling County have secured the services of Glasgow Warriors elite development players, Will Bordill (flanker) and Ali Price (scrum-half) as well as former Scotland under-20 and Boroughmuir back-row Jamie Swanson, Andy Watt (scrum-half) also from Boroughmuir, Kris Burney (prop) returns to the club from Falkirk and Matt Larsen (second row) a former New Zealand age grade player joins form Falkirk.