KELSO provided the wake-up call for Gala on Saturday at Meigle Park.

The Braw Lads opening day victory in the Championship was quickly forgotten as the Tweedsiders raced to 66-run victory.

Steve Patterson led the Kelso charge with 56 from the wicket.

And the home team couldn't get close to the target of 248 in their 50 overs.

The derby win leaves Kelso on top of the league.

St Boswells did follow up their opening day victory with a 78-run victory over Drummond Trinity.

The Bosie are joint top of Division Two.

Selkirk are at the wrong end of Division Three after suffering a six wicket defeat to Haddington at Philiphaugh.

Rory Banks' 19 from the crease was the only chink of light on a dull day for the Souters.

Hawick & Wilton are already in pole position to reach Division Three after consecutive wins.

The Teries are joint top following enjoying a 13-run victory over Heriots Thirds.

Gary Alexander was the star man with 102 runs.

Melrose are also early front runners in Division Five.

The Rose followed up their opening day win with a five-wicket victory over Watsonians Thirds at Craiglockart.

But Peebles County were soundly beaten by Dunbar to drop down to third bottom of the table.