LUKE Strangeways and Stewart Liddell were Duns’ heroes as the Dingers won their top of the table clash with Tweedmouth Harrow in Division B.

The result leaves Duns just three points behind their visitors with two games in hand.

Tweedmouth Amateurs gave up a two goal lead to draw at Biggar United but manager Darren Cromarty was full of praise for his promotion chasing side.

Kevin Lee and Matthew Tait put Tweedmouth ahead before they conceded two but Cromarty said: “We only had 11 players but the lads who played represented the club well.”

A first half Stephen Davidson goal gave Ancrum a narrow win at Gala Hotspur in the other Division B match.

Hawick Waverley bagged six second half goals to run away with a 7-1 win at Jed Legion to go top of Division A.

Waverley were being held at half time but a Taylor Hope hat-trick helped Hawick to a comprehensive win.

Conor Lough also bagged a treble in Chirnside United’s 7-2 hammering of bottom side Hawick United.

Gala Fairydean Rovers suffered a shock home defeat to Division C strugglers Tweeddale Rovers Colts as Craig Mullins bagged a late winner.

But youngster Lewis Scott scored his first hat-trick as Melrose extended their lead at the top of Division C with a 9-2 triumph at Kelso Amateurs.

Another hat-trick, this time by Macauley Steele, was not enough for Stow in the Waddell Cup as Selkirk Victoria edged through 5-4 on penalties after both teams were all square at 3-3 after extra time.

Grant Brownlee, Scott Learmond and Ryan Clapperton scored for the Vics, who had Greg Fenton sent off.

Hawick Legion edged out Lauder in another Waddell Cup tie, but there was Scottish Amateur Cup heartbreak for Kelso Thistle who lost 3-1 at Uddingston Anvil.