HAWICK Waverley made their second South Cup final in a row with a thrilling 4-3 win over Carluke Hearts.

Davis and Taylor Hope, Jason Inglis and Scott Craig all found the net at Innerleithen as Hawick aim to lift the trophy for the first time in 12 years.

They will face Bonnyrigg Rose who defeated Chirnside United 4-2 at Newtongrange on Friday night.

Daniel Pattenden scored two for United, while Chris Robertson, Paul Milligan, Chris Roxburgh and Calum Hunter found the net for Rose.

Stow secured their Division A status and send Coldstream Amateurs down after beating the Streamers 2-1.

Martin Gibson scored both goals for Fraser Riddell’s men.

The Stow score also sent Newtown down to Division B, despite beating Greenlaw 4-2.

Louis Blacklock scored a hat-trick and Scott Leitch added the fourth for Newtown for only their third league win of the season.

A Dean Fry penalty save ensured Hawick United beat Gordon 2-1 to secure third place in their first season back in Division A.

Michael Moir and Kevin Strathdee scored for United, while Tweeddale Rovers beat Jed Legion 4-3 at Kerfield Park in the other Division A game.

The Division B title race looks like it will go to the wire with five teams in the running.

Hawick Legion remain top but lost to rivals Tweedmouth Amateurs while Kelso Thistle are second after a 5-0 hammering of Linton Hotspur.

Gala Hotspur won their fifth game in a row as Sean Pringle scored two in a 4-1 win over St Boswells to sit third while Langholm Legion are fourth after beating Duns Amateurs.

A Scott Hunter double gave Earlston Rhymers a win over Leithen Rovers, and secured their place in Division B next season.

And Lauder have almost safeguarded their place with a 3-1 triumph over Biggar United with Hagen Steele and Danny Simpson on the scoresheet.

Langlee Amateurs are Division C champions as Daniel Cairnie, Des Sutherland and Danny Bolton scored in a 3-0 win over Berwick Colts.

Berwick can still be promoted though, provided they win two of their last three games.

If they don’t, Gala Fairydean Rovers will go up to Division B after they completed their league campaign with a 13-2 mauling of Kelso Amateurs, with the returning Ben Herdman scoring four goals and Andrew Crawford a hat-trick.

Tweeddale Rovers Colts and Hawick Legion Rovers drawing with one another in the other Division C match.