A JORDAN Yardley double helped Hawick Waverley overcome a three week layoff to complete the South Cup semi-final line up.

Waverley’s tie with Pathhead Amateurs had been postponed twice due to the winter weather before finally going ahead on Saturday, with Yardley’s two goals and Evan Alexander’s third completing a 3-1 win.

Hawick join Langlee Amateurs, Lesmahagow and Newtown in the last four of the regional competition.

Langlee made another semi-final after prevailing on penalties following a ten-goal thriller against Tweeddale Rovers in the Beveridge Cup.

Billy Miller and Des Sutherland scored two each, with Danny Bolton adding a fifth as the game finished 5-5 after extra time but the Amateurs won 3-2 on spot kicks.

Weather forced the Walls Cup local derby between Tweedmouth Harrow and Berwick Colts to be played 23 miles away at Kelso’s 3G pitch.

And it was Harrow who came out on top with an emphatic 6-3 win including two goals by Martyn Tait.

In the Sanderson Cup quarter finals, Scott Rice continued his fine form with two more goals in another 6-3 win for Earlston Rhymers over Kelso Amateurs.

The Division A game between Greenlaw and Newtown was switched to Melrose 3G and saw the mid-table sides play out a 1-1 draw, with Darren Blacklock on target for Newtown.

Gala Hotspur won’t remember February fondly after suffering their fourth defeat of the month with a 3-1 home loss to Biggar United in Division B. Michael Louth scored Spurs’ consolation goal.

Tweedmouth Amateurs’ caretaker boss John Short led his team to another impressive win, thrashing Ancrum 6-1.

Short took over after Darren Cromarty resigned last month, and Tweedmouth bagged their second Division B win a row, with Aaron Hope scoring two at the Arches.