GOALKEEPER turned midfielder Michael Sanderson help save a point for depleted Langlee Amateurs in a 2-2 draw with Ancrum.

New side Langlee had a 100 per cent record in Division C but only had a squad of 12 for the visit to Bridgend.

It meant Sanderson was forced to play outfield due to a lack of numbers, but he scored with a header in the first half.

Jack Kelly and Jordan Nuttall put Ancrum ahead but Des Sutherland’s 13th goal of the season ensured Langlee shared the points.

A Langlee spokesman said: “It was a battling performance by Langlee in the face of adversity with every player giving 110 per cent - even though that's technically impossible.”

Kerr McLelland’s penalty ensured Melrose secured a narrow 1-0 win at Kelso Amateurs to go second in Division C, while an Andrew Callow hat-trick meant Gala Fairydean Rovers won the derby over Gala Thistle.

Berwick Colts and Highfields United also won in Division C.

A double from Callum Frain set up a vital first league win of the season for Tweeddale Rovers.

After three successive defeats, the Peebles outfit beat Hawick United 3-2 in Division A, with Craig Collin also on the scoresheet. Ross Scott and Michael Moir were United’s scorers.

A Dougie Brydon double helped confirm Greenlaw’s status as title contenders with a fine 5-1 win over Newtown.

Hawick Waverley made it three wins from three games with a 5-0 win over Coldstream Amateurs.

Dean McColm scored two, and Simon Philbin, Jordan Yardley and Charlie Hope all found the net for Waverley.

Chirnside United recovered from their 8-3 hammering to Waverley in the Border Cup by claiming a hard fought 2-0 win at Gordon.

Shaun Quinn scored the winner against hometown team Gala Hotspur to claim Earlston Rhymers fourth win in a row in all competitions.

Rhymers defeated Gala 3-2 at the Public Park to move into fourth in Division B.

Hawick Legion are close behind, after returning up the A7 with a 3-1 win at Langholm Legion. Scott Duncan, Euan Thomson and John Shankie with the goals for the Teries.

Tweedmouth Amateurs beat St Boswells and Leithen Rovers and Linton Hotspur drew 3-3 in the other Division B games.