CHIRNSIDE United needed extra time to see off Avendale and make the South Cup quarter finals.

United triumphed 7-5 at Comrades Park with Daniel Pattenden leading the way with a hat-trick.

The only other Borders side to make it through was Hawick Waverley who secured their most impressive win of the season after seeing off Larkhall Thistle.

Larkhall are in the Scottish Amateur Cup sixth round and sit top of their league but Davis Hope’s injury time goal sent Waverley into the last eight to play former Border Amateur League side Pencaitland.

Another former BAL team West Barns Star accounted for Jed Legion 2-0 while Lauder lost 3-2 at Shotts Thistle.

Stow suffering an agonising defeat after they gave up a 2-0 lead, with opponents Bonnyrigg Rose scoring an equaliser in the 88th minute before going on to claim an extra time winner.

Stow boss Fraser Riddell said: “Bonnyrigg got a bit lucky with a couple of their goals but we were under pressure for long periods.”

In the Waddell Cup, Langlee Amateurs crashed out of the competition with an 8-0 thrashing at the hands of Langholm Legion, with Scott Collins scoring a hat-trick.

Nicky Clark scored the winner for Tweedmouth Amateurs to send them through against Greenlaw while doubles from Shaun Quinn and Scott Hunter saw Earlston Rhymers hammer Berwick Colts 5-0.

Gala Hotspur also won 5-0 at Ancrum in the Forsyth Cup, with Duncan Kemp and Scott Nightingale scoring a brace each, with Michael Blackwood adding the fifth.

Lewis Swaney bagged two goals as Gala Fairydean Rovers beat Melrose to make round two, while there was also wins for Linton Hotspur, Kelso Thistle, Highfields United and Coldstream Amateurs.

In Division A, Gordon jumped up to fifth in the league with a 4-3 win over Newtown at the Netherdale 3G Arena.

And Blair Gillie’s double gave Selkirk Victoria their fourth win in a row to see off Kelso Amateurs 3-0 in Division C.