Chirnside United are on the verge of sealing their sixth Division A title with a 3-0 win over Langholm Legion.

Duncan Morrison and Stevie Shennan’s men have been the runaway leaders all season and proved too strong for the Muckle Toon.

United need three points from the final three games to confirm their first Division A win for three years.

Langholm need to win their final game by 13 goals to avoid relegation.

If they achieved the unlikely feat, Stow would likely be relegated after Grant Wilson’s hat-trick saw Tweeddale Rovers beat the Villagers 3-2.

Stow took the lead through Shaun Hardie in their final league game, but Wilson’s treble gave Rovers victory.

With both Hawick teams – Legion and United – seeing their games called off, Newtown took advantage with a 3-1 win at Biggar United in Division B.

Russell Hunter scored a hat-trick which means a victory in their final game will see Newtown promoted for the second season in succession.

Bailey Paterson and Steven Reid were among the scorers for Coldstream Amateurs in a 4-2 win over Linton Hotspur, which means the Ammies can go up if Newtown slip up.

Gala Hotspur fought back from being 2-0 down at home to Kelso Thistle to grab what could be a vital point.

Marcus Gordon’s double means Spurs can still avoid relegation, although they will need to win their final game at Biggar United and hope eighth placed Earlston Rhymers slip up.

St Boswells are on the verge of promotion from Division C with a 3-1 win over Selkirk Victoria. The Saints need three points from their final three games to confirm their promotion.

Darren Gardiner scored the Vics’ only goal, with their manager Daniel Pringle resigning after the game.

Finally, William Mercer scored four as Melrose finished their league season with a thumping 8-3 win over Hawick Legion Rovers.