SUPER sub Jordan Hopkinson came off the bench to score a double as Selkirk beat Gretna 4-0 at Yarrow Park.

The 27-year-old said: “I was eager to get on and when my chances came I took them.

“It’s massive for a club like Selkirk to reach the second round of the Scottish Cup.”

Dale Baxter and Ciaran Chalmers also scored for Ian Fergus’ team.

BSC Glasgow edged through their all-Lowland League clash with Dalbeattie Star on Sunday.

A late Gary Redpath goal was enough for victory.

David Churchill and David Stewart scored as Civil Service Strollers came from behind in the second half to beat Strathspey Thistle.

Gavin Hay scored the Jags’ first half goal.

Whitehill Welfare crashed out at Nairn County. Jordan MacRae’s first half strike was all that separated the teams.

Finn Daniels Yeomans and Jack Guthrie were on target as Edinburgh University beat Lossiemouth 2-1.

But Hawick Royal Albert crashed out 3-1 at Devronvale.

Robert Scott netted twice for the hosts with the other goal coming from Lewis Dunbar.

Curtis Rose bagged the Albert’s consolation.

Scott Whelan and James Brownie were on target as Keith left Netherdale with a 2-0 win over Gala Fairydean Rovers.

Edusport Academy were held to a 1-1 draw by Rothes, while Stirling University and Wick Academy will also require a replay after drawing 2-2.

On Friday evening Spartans beat Vale of Leithen 3-0 at Ainslie Park.

Jamie Dishington scored two for the hosts.

Vale manager Chris Anderson said: "The second goal killed us off but I am proud of the players."

In the league, a brace from Paul Sludden helped East Stirlingshire to a shock 5-0 win over East Kilbride.

Struggling Shire were down in tenth ahead of kick off at the K Park against the defending champions.

Liam Allson, Derek Ure and Kevin Kelbie also netted during the shock victory.

Manager John Sludden was quick to praise his players.

He said: “Things haven’t been going for us this season and we knew we were better than our league position suggested.

“I thought every one of the players was outstanding today and they deserve the plaudits.”