HAWICK United and Jed Legion have been relegated after the struggling Division A sides both suffered heavy home defeats.

Liam Wallace bagged a hat-trick as Langlee Amateurs hammered Jed Legion 6-0, while Tweeddale Rovers thumped United 4-1 with Ruaridh McNaughton scoring a double.

Both clubs are adrift of third bottom Langholm Legion, having won just three league games between them all season.

Langholm also endured a difficult afternoon, going down 5-0 at home to leaders Hawick Waverley.

Euan Thomson and Matthew Linton both scored two goals, with Taylor Hope adding a fifth.

And in the Berwickshire derby, Mark Long’s late strike sealed a 3-2 win for Greenlaw over Chirnside United.

Tweedmouth Harrow maintained their healthy lead at the top of Division B with a comfortable 4-0 win at Stow.

Martyn Tait scored two to leave Harrow six points clear and looking good for a second successive promotion.

Scott Nightingale scored a stunning long range free kick as second placed Gala Hotspur thrashed Coldstream Amateurs 5-1.

Defender Gareth Wood also scored two, with Fraser Brown and Michael Louth also hitting the net.

Luke Strangeways made it seven goals in three games as he scored a treble in Duns’ 5-3 win at Biggar United.

Ancrum came back from two goals down at half time to rescue a point at bottom side Berwick Colts.

The Colts were 3-1 up at the break but Euan Gray converted two spot kicks to see the game end 3-3.

Tweedmouth Amateurs also defeated Kelso Thistle in Division B.

Melrose sealed their first ever promotion from Division C without kicking a ball.

In bizarre circumstances, Steven Shields’ men went up after being handed three points with a walkover win against Gala Fairydean Rovers.

Selkirk Victoria finally got back to winning ways with a hard fought 7-3 success at Highfields United, with Scott Learmond scoring two, while Earlston beat Kelso Amateurs 3-0 to pull level with the Vics on 28 points in the race for promotion.

Lauder and Hawick Legion drew 2-2, while Tweeddale Rovers Colts edged out CFC Bowholm in a seven goal thriller.