LANGLEE secured back-to-back promotions in style with a 9-0 thrashing of Coldstream Amateurs.

The side, set up in 2017 by Arnie and Cubbs Turnbull, have impressed all season in Division B in one of the tightest title races in a long time.

But with second placed Newtown and third-placed Tweedmouth Amateurs facing each other in the final round of matches, Langlee’s three points at Coldstream sealed their rise to Division A.

Seven different players got on the scoresheet with Liam Wallace and Danny Bolton scoring two each and Des Sutherland, Allan Nicol, Welsh Curran, Billy Miller and Michael Blackwood also finding the net at Home Park.

Langlee will go up as champions with a point at Duns Amateurs on Tuesday.

On the same night, Newtown and Tweedmouth go head to head for the final promotion place after the English side won 4-1 at Hawick Legion on Saturday.

Both sides are on 52 points, but Newtown have a much better goal difference meaning the Villagers just need a point to return to Division A.

At the other end of the table, Earlston Rhymers were relegated to Division C after failing to beat Biggar United.

The two-all draw leaves Rhymers three points behind Kelso Thistle with one game left, but Kelso’s vastly superior goal difference leaves Earlston certain to go down.

Duns will finish in fourth position after Sean Robertson’s double gave the New Hawthorn Park side a 2-1 victory over Leithen Rovers.

Tweeddale Rovers will face Selkirk Victoria in the Forsyth Cup final after the Peebles side knocked out Tweedmouth Harrow 2-1 in the semi-finals.

Nathan McDonald and Charlie Robertson scored for Tweeddale while Ben Jackson replied for Harrow.

The Forsyth Cup final between Selkirk and Tweeddale – neither of whom have won the competition before – will be played at Earlston’s Runciman Park on Saturday, May 11.