SOUTH Challenge Cup holders Civil Service Strollers crashed out in the third round after conceding four extra-time goals against Newtongrange Star at New Victoria Park.

After a 90-minute stalemate Alistair Forster netted twice with George Hunter and Sean Melvin also scoring for the home team in the 4-2 victory.

There was also a shock at the Indodrill Stadium as last season’s beaten finalists BSC Glasgow went down 3-1 against Bonnyrigg Rose.

Dean Hoskins, Kieran McGachie and Ewan Moyes all scored for the East of Scotland side.

Declan Hughes netted BSC’s consolation.

Central defender Craig Reid scored a hat-trick as East Kilbride marched into the fourth round with a 5-0 win over Preston Athletic.

The 32-year-old former Dunfermline and Ayr United centre-half said: “Playing teams from a division below you can be tricky but we acquitted ourselves well today."

Jamie Longworth and Graeme Holmes also scored for Kilby.

East Stirlingshire fired five past Linlithgow Rose to progress to the next round.

Ross Allum scored twice at Falkirk Stadium with David McCaughie, Connor Greene and Paul McCafferty also on target.

Shire boss Derek Ure said: “Linlithgow are a good team, so to put five past them is an indication of how well we played today.

“This is the type of performance we need to take into the league.”

But Cumbernauld Colts crashed out of the cup after going down 2-1 against Lothian Thistle at Saughton Enclosure.

And Edinburgh University were hammered 4-0 by Sauchie at Beechwood Park.

Stirling University required extra time to overcome Jeanfield Swifts.

Lewis Bonnar netted in the 114thminute for the 4-3 victory after the teams had been locked in normal time.

Angus Mailer, Josy Emmott and Eachainn Miller also scored for Chris Geddes’s team.

But Gretna crashed to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Camelon Juniors at Raydale Park.