A DRAMATIC penalty shootout win kept alive Langlee Amateurs’ dreams of retaining the Waddell Cup.

Des Sutherland’s well taken goal appeared to be sending Langlee through to the semi-finals but an 85th minute Liam Demarco strike for Greenlaw forced extra time and ultimately penalties.

And it was Langlee who prevailed, winning 4-1 on spot-kicks to advance to the last four.

There was a shock at Hawthorn Park as Duns knocked out Division A leaders Hawick Waverley after extra time.

The game was tied at 1-1 after 90 minutes but goals from Luke Strangeways and Niall Jones sealed a 3-1 triumph for the Dingers.

Tweedmouth Harrow also defeated Division A opposition as John Crawford scored two in a 4-1 victory at Chirnside United.

And the semi-final line up was completed by Tweeddale Rovers, who comfortably beat Earlston Rhymers 5-1, with Grant Wilson notching a double.

In the Forsyth Cup, Stow handed out a thrashing to CFC Bowholm, as brothers Hagen and Jordan Steele both scored two in a 10-2 win.

Scott Storrie grabbed the only goal as Hawick United knocked out Berwick Colts, while in the other Forsyth Cup ties, hat-trick hero Scott Leitch sent Newtown through against Kelso Thistle and Biggar United beat Lauder.

A depleted Ancrum kept alive their slim promotion hopes from Division B after a fine 3-1 win over Tweedmouth Amateurs at Bridgend. Stephen Davidson, Euan Gray and an own goal sealed the three points for Ancrum.

In Division C, Grant Brownlee and Scott Learmond netted for Selkirk Victoria in a narrow 2-1 win over Kelso Amateurs, while both Hawick Legion and St Boswells also won.

Meanwhile, Gala Hotspur defeated Melrose 3-1 in a friendly at the Public Park. Derek ‘Pickle’ Watson, Dan Cairnie and an own goal sealed a morale boosting win for the Spurs, after a run of four defeats in a row.