THE revival of football in Selkirk continued as the town’s remaining senior side claimed the Collie Cup trophy.

Rory Banks bagged a hat-trick for Selkirk Victoria in a fine 8-2 win over Hawick Legion at Ancrum’s Bridgend ground.

The Vics were 4-0 up at half time thanks to a double from former rugby player Banks and goals from Craig Lowrie and Darren Munro.

Banks, Ryan Clapperton, Munro and Scott Learmond also found the net in the second half to seal The Vics first Collie Cup since 2011.

An injury time goal by Sam Gray saw Glasgow side Cambria knock Gala Fairydean Rovers out of the Scottish Amateur Cup 2nd round.

But there was joy for Kelso Thistle who beat Cannon Fodder 2-1 at Woodside Park to make round three of the national competition.

Gala Hotspur completed a Waddell Cup shock by knocking out Division A side Newtown 3-2.

Stewart Robertson, Marcus Gordon and Fraser Brown scored for Spurs against high flying Newtown.

Doug Brydon bagged four as Duns of Division B thrashed another Division A team Hawick United 7-0.

Langlee Amateurs battled past Jed Legion 5-2 in their all-Division A cup clash, with Des Sutherland and Liam Wallace scoring two each.

Chirnside United squeezed through to the second round but only after struggling to a 3-2 win at Division C team St Boswells, but elsewhere there were some big wins including a 13-0 triumph for Hawick Waverley over CFC Bowholm.

The only league game of the day saw a Johnny Simpson strike help Tweedmouth Harrow to a 3-2 win over local rivals Berwick Colts - and take Harrow to the top of Division B.