BILLY Miller scored two on his Langlee Amateurs debut as his new team dumped Stow out of the Waddell Cup.

Miller left Lowland League side Gala Fairydean Rovers last week and found the net for Langlee in an 8-1 away win, alongside a hat-trick from Des Sutherland, and goals from ex-Stow striker Gary Cleghorn, Allan Nicol and Liam Wallace.

Hawick Waverley hit Gala Fairydean Rovers’ amateur side for 11 as they moved into the quarter finals.

Jordan Yardley scored four and Dean McColm three in the biggest win of the day.

They will face Gordon in the last eight after Craig Livingstone scored two in a 3-0 win over Duns.

Greenlaw fought back from two goals down to beat Hawick United, as did Tweedmouth Amateurs against Division B rivals Newtown.

Tweedmouth will face Jed Legion after the Division A side survived a scare against Highfields United before winning on penalties. Ash Langford scored three for Jed as the game ended 5-5 after extra time.

Scott Duncan scored four as Hawick Legion won an 11 goal thriller against Coldstream after 120 minutes, and they will next face Leithen Rovers, who comfortably defeated Lauder.

In Division A, Gala Hotspur manager John Robertson paid tribute to his side as they produced their best result of the season so far.

Duncan Kemp was again on form with two goals in a 5-1 win at Langholm Legion.

Robertson said: “We had to defend well and then took our chances brilliantly.”

Mikey Robertson scored the winner for Tweeddale Rovers as they pulled away from opponents Chirnside United.

Ancrum stayed top of Division C but only after scrapping past strugglers Kelso Amateurs 2-0.

Their title contenders Tweedmouth Harrow had a far more comfortable 90 minutes, winning 12-1 over St Boswells as Jonny Simpson and Martyn Tait scored a hat-trick each.

Scott Learmond took his tally for the season to an impressive 23 goals after adding another five against Hawick Legion Rovers in a 9-0 win.

And special mention to Tweeddale Rovers Colts as they picked up their first point of the season in a 4-4 draw against Melrose.