THOMAS Hume’s late winner pushed Greenlaw into the Division A title race with a 1-0 win over leaders Hawick United.

The Berwickshire side now sit one point behind United having won seven of their eight league games thus far.

Paul Young played his first 90 minutes since suffering a double leg break for Gala Hotspur as they finally won their first league match of the season.

A double from Duncan Kemp and a third from youngster Josh Wright secured a 3-0 win at Jed Legion.

Stow staged a late fightback for the second game in a row to secure a 2-2 draw at Tweeddale Rovers.

Ruaridh McNaughton and Greig Shortreed put Rovers 2-0 up but brothers Jordan and Hagen Steele both found the net in the last ten minutes.

There was another comeback at Comrades Park, as Craig Livingstone led Gordon to a valuable point at Chirnside United.

Chirnside raced into a 5-2 lead at half time but Gordon fought back to draw 5-5, with Livingstone scoring four.

Langlee Amateurs suffered their first league defeat of the season, and gave up top spot in Division B at the same time to a rampant Tweedmouth Amateurs.

The English side thumped Langlee 7-2 at the Five Arches, as Aidan Lauder’s hat-trick guided Tweedmouth to a vital win. Liam Wallace scored the visitors’ two goals.

Matty Roberts, Lewis Muir and Scott Duncan found the net for Hawick Legion but it was not enough to stop the Teries slipping to their fourth league defeat in a row, as Berwick Colts won 4-3.

There were also wins for Kelso Thistle and Coldstream Amateurs in Division B.

It was 10 up for Ancrum as they thrashed Kelso Amateurs to make it 10 wins in a row in Division C.

The Villagers won 10-1 at Bridgend, with five different players scoring two each.

Ben Jackson, Gary Wales, Jonny Simpson and Craig Anderson scored for Tweedmouth Harrow as they triumphed 5-2 in their local derby with Highfields United, while Ian Gardiner’s double saw Selkirk Victoria win by the same scoreline over Melrose.

Gala Fairydean Rovers moved clear in third place as Declan Bell and Derek Foley scored in a 2-0 win over Tweeddale Rovers Colts and St Boswells and Hawick Legion Rovers shared the points in their Division C match.