DES Sutherland’s last gasp winner took Langlee Amateurs into another cup final – and killed off Hawick Waverley’s quintet dream.

Sutherland bagged a double in a 3-2 win over Waverley at Netherdale in the Waddell Cup semi-final.

Shaun Hardie scored Langlee’s other goal while Jason Inglis got a double for Hawick as they suffered only their second defeat of the season.

Langlee will face Tweedmouth Amateurs in the final after the English side made the long trip to Leithen Rovers worthwhile with a 3-1 victory.

Michael Antcliff scored two at Victoria Park to ensure Tweedmouth make their first ever Waddell Cup final in their 41 year history. Kyle Kivlichan netted Rovers' consolation.

Ancrum claimed the Sanderson Cup thanks to a Stuart Spence penalty as they edged past Selkirk Victoria 2-1 at Jedburgh’s Elliot Park.

An end of season thriller in Division A saw Hawick United fight back from a two goal deficit to claim a point in a 4-4 draw with Chirnside United.

Kevin Strathdee scored two for United who sit in third in Division A.

Tweeddale Rovers and Jed Legion are both safe from relegation, with neither Stow nor Gala Hotspur able to catch them, and the two sides played out a one-all draw at Kerfield Park.

Earlston Rhymers have made a habit of great escapes in Division B and another could be on the cards this season as they pulled off a 2-1 win at Kelso Thistle.

Scott Hunter and Scott Rice scored for Rhymers who still sit in the relegation zone but now trail Thistle by just four points with two games in hand.

With Langlee and Tweedmouth playing in the Waddell Cup, Newtown took advantage to go top of the league with a superb 3-0 triumph at Duns.

Andrew Crawford netted two in the vital win.

The other Division B games saw Biggar United defeat relegated Lauder to aid their survival hopes and Berwick Colts beat Hawick Legion.