HAWICK Waverley dumped Border Cup holders Chirnside United out of the competition with a stunning eight goal victory.

The Teries won 8-3 at Comrades Park in the quarter finals, with Dean McColm again the man to watch with a hat-trick alongside doubles from Taylor Hope and Jordan Yardley, and a further goal from Grant Gass.

Last year’s beaten finalists Jed Legion are also out, having lost 4-2 at home to ten man Hawick United.

United had Liam Lavery sent off early on but still managed to make the semi finals thanks to goals from Kevin Strathdee, Michael Moir, Danny Bolton and Ross Scott.

United manager Geo Shepherd said: “My team’s battling qualities are second to none and the lads were brilliant.

“We now look forward to a semi-final against Tweeddale Rovers.”

Tweeddale cruised into the last four with a 6-0 win at Coldstream, Grant Wilson once again on target with three goals followed by a double from Greig Shortreed and a Blair Meikle strike.

And a Kevin Utterson double means Gordon complete the semi-final line up after a 4-2 win at Newtown.

The Wright Cup semi-finals will see a battle of the Spurs as Gala take on Linton.

Gala beat Hawick Legion 5-3 with Paul Young scoring two, while Linton Hotspur returned from Duns with a 3-1 success.

Earlston Rhymers beat Tweedmouth Amateurs 4-2 to set up a last four tie against Kelso Thistle who knocked out Langholm Legion.

Jason McIntosh scored two in a 7-1 rout by Gala Fairydean Rovers over Tweeddale Rovers Colts in the Collie Cup quarter finals.

They will face a derby in the semi finals as Langlee Amateurs squeezed past Selkirk Victoria 2-1 with Conrad McKenzie grabbing the winner.

Jordan Nuttall bagged a treble as Ancrum smashed Melrose 6-0 and Berwick Colts beat Gala Thistle 5-2 in the other quarter final ties.

In Division A, ex-Berwick Rangers man Dougie Brydon scored two in Greenlaw's 4-1 win over Stow.

Graeme Smith scored a brilliant consolation for Stow, who suffered their first league defeat of the season.

Stow’s Craig Wood said: “Graeme’s goal was worthy of winning any game but unfortunately Greenlaw proved too strong.”

In Division C, Hawick Legion Rovers’ Darrel Johnstone scored two in a 4-1 victory over Kelso Amateurs.