EX-ABERDEEN youth player Conor Devaney scored a hat-trick as Greenlaw moved into third in Division A with a 6-3 win at Tweedmouth Amateurs.
Devaney put Greenlaw in front after just five minutes but bottom of the table Tweedmouth equalised soon afterwards.
Devaney and William Smillie both put Greenlaw back in front before their hosts drew level once again with two goals before half time.
However, Dougie Brydon, Devaney and Thomas Hume scored three unanswered second half goals to take the Berwickshire side into third spot, 11 points behind West Barns Star but with five games in hand.
Tweeddale Rovers’ revival continued as they bagged their fifth win in a row in all competitions.
The Peebles side won 3-2 at Langholm Legion to jump three places to fifth in Division A.
Grant Wilson, Ross Meikle and Scott Inglis all scored for Rovers as they returned from the long trip to Langholm with all three points.
The other only Border Amateur League game to survive the weather saw Division B leaders Hawick United hammer bottom side Leithen Rovers 7-1 at the new Volunteer Park 3G pitch.
The result means United need just two points from their final four games to confirm promotion to Division A, while Rovers are all but relegated to Division C, sitting three points from safety with just one game to play.
United were depleted but Kevin Strathdee’s hat-trick, alongside goals from Ryan Shepherd, Arran Swailes, man of the match Liam Lavery as well as an own goal sealed a comfortable win.