Despite a valient fight back against Pencaitland on Saturday, Gala Rovers failed to bring the South Cup back to the Borders.
Coldstream return to the East of Scotland Premier Division next season after securing promotion on the final day of the league.
Selkirk Junior Football club have scored a real bonus in a bid to secure funding from The Weir Charitable Trust.
Dougie Anderson has left Cowdenbeath to take over as Hibs Under-15 coach.
Ancrum were crowned Border Amateur League Division B champions for the first time in 20 years after beating Stow 4-3 in last week’s midweek title decider.
Easthouses Lily 5 Kelso United 3
Gretna 2008 4 Vale of Leithen 1
Peebles Rovers 4 Hawick Royal Albert 2
Hawick Royal Albert1
vALE OF lEITHEN3
The curtain comes down on the East of Scotland footballing season this weekend, writes John Slorance.
A Borders footballer has found himself representing Scotland – despite retiring from the professional ranks almost 20 years ago.
Ancrum have been crowned Border Amateur League Division B champions for the first time in 20 years after beating Stow 4-3 tonight in a title decider.
Vale of Leithen 3 Heriot-Watt University 3
Gala Fairydean 0 Leith Athletic 5
Coldstream Amateurs 1 Hawick Legion 2
Hawick Royal Albert 1 Burntisland Shipyard 1
Gordon 4 Hawick Legion Rovers 1
Monday night saw three Hawick Royal Albert players sent off in just six minutes, before Leith Athletic scored a last-minute winning goal for a 3-2 win, writes John Slorance.
Eyemouth United 3
Hawick Royal Albert 2
Peebles Rovers 3
Vale of Leithen’s East of Scotland Premier Division clash with Edinburgh University was cancelled on Saturday after the students were unable to provide a pitch.
Tweedmouth AC 7
Hawick Legion 1
Hearts of Liddesdale 2
Tweeddale Rovers 3
Selkirk footballer Allan Smith was stretchered off just four days after scoring in the Scottish Youth Cup final against Celtic.
A Callum Peoples strike against his home town club Kelso United gave Selkirk a 1-0 win in the East of Scotland League First Division last night.
Selkirk 3 Burntisland Shipyard 3
East of Scotland League: Hawick Royal Albert have three sent off in six minutes as they lose to Leith Athletic
An incredible finale last night saw three Hawick Royal Albert players sent off in six minutes, before Leith Athletic scored a last minute winning goal for a 3-2 win.
East of Scotland League: Coldstream lose to Craigroyston while Gala Fairydean defeat Eyemouth United
There were goals galore in the East of Scotland League today, with mixed fortunes for Borders sides involved in the promotion race.
Last night’s Scottish FA Youth Cup final between Dunfermline, who included three Borderers in their starting line-up, and Celtic ended with the Glasgow giants winning 3-1.
PEEBLES ROVERS 2
Hawick Leg Rovers 3
HAWICK ROYAL ALBERT 2
HERIOT WATT UNI2
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