FORMER Aberdeen youngster Conor Devaney kept Greenlaw top of Division A with a 3-1 win at Jed Legion.

Kevin Wemyss added a third for Greenlaw, with Stephen Reilly scoring a consolation for Jed.

A Greenlaw FC spokesman said: “It is always difficult at Jed Legion so we are delighted to come away with the three points.”

The big derby in Hawick saw Waverley overcome the loss of Scott Craig to beat United 2-1.

Craig was sent off after half an hour for a second booking but Waverley still led 2-0 at half time through Dean McColm and Jordan Yardley.

Sean Clarke pulled one back for United but Mick Hope’s side held on to continue their unbeaten start to the season.

Gala Hotspur picked up what could be a valuable point in a 1-1 draw with Tweeddale Rovers, with Craig Collin scoring Rovers’ goal.

But Stow are now bottom of Division A after a 5-0 hammering by Gordon.

Manager Stevie Shennan dusted off his boots to score for Chirnside United in a fine win at Langholm Legion.

The former Coldstream and Whitehill Welfare marksman scored alongside Alan Jess and Daniel Pattenden in a 4-3 success.

Langlee Amateurs got their Division B promotion push back on track as Liam Wallace and Conrad Campbell hit the net in a fine 2-1 win at Berwick Colts.

They remain three points behind leaders Tweedmouth Amateurs who thrashed Hawick Legion 9-1, as Aaron Hope, Sean Phillips, Nicky Clarke and Paul Fairley all scored doubles.

Kelso Thistle fought back from being 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Coldstream Amateurs at Woodside Park, while Aaron Brunton and Jamie King provided Leithen Rovers with a win over Biggar United which pulls them further away from the relegation zone.

In Division C, Selkirk Victoria got one over neighbours Gala Fairydean Rovers after the raced into a 3-0 half time lead, eventually winning 4-3. Scott Learmond, Blaine Gillie, Ryan Pritchard and Kieran Wilkinson scored for the Vics.

Kieran Crawford notched a hat-trick as St Boswells beat Highfields United 5-3, and Hamish Murray and Bob Lamb scored to give Hawick Legion Rovers a rare win against Melrose.

And Ancrum and Tweedmouth Harrow both won convincingly to remain clear in the promotion places.