WEST Barns Star's hopes of claiming the Division A title in their last season in the Border Amateur League were officially ended by Hawick Waverley.
The Dunbar side announced this week that they would play in the Lothian and Edinburgh Leagues next season, but suffered a 5-2 loss at Waverley in their penultimate league game.
Goals from Charlie Hope, Dean McColm, Euan Gray, Jordan Yardley and Taylor Hope sealed Hawick's 12th win in a row in all competitions.
Stow's rotten run of form finally ended with their first win in five months at Jed Legion in the Beveridge Cup.
Shaun Hardie scored the late winner for the villagers which takes Fraser Riddell's men into the semi-finals.
Grant Wilson's hat-trick sealed Tweeddale Rovers' 3-1 win over Tweedmouth Amateurs in the same competition, while Gordon beat Langholm Legion.
Last Friday's Walls Cup derby saw Kevin Strathdee score direct from a corner for Hawick United in a 1-0 win over Hawick Legion.
Nine-man Earlston Rhymers were knocked out of the same cup by six goal Biggar United.
Rhymers had Craig Lothian and Bruce Hunter sent off as they crashed out of the tournament.
Louis Blacklock scored two as Newtown beat Leithen Rovers 6-2, and Kelso Thistle also beat Coldstream Amateurs in the Walls Cup.
In the Sanderson Cup, there were big wins for Duns Amateurs and St Boswells, while Hawick Legion Rovers squeezed past Berwick Colts.