LANGLEE Amateurs are on course for their first ever treble after claiming the Walls Cup final to add to their league title.

Langlee defeated Tweedmouth Amateurs 3-2 in the final last Friday night at Greenlaw thanks to goals from Liam Wallace, Shaun Hardie and an own goal.

Both teams meet again this Saturday in the Waddell Cup final, and Langlee goalkeeper Steve King said: “It was a great game. Both teams put in 100 percent and it could have gone either way.

“The Waddell Cup final promises to be another cracking game.”

Hawick Waverley secured a dramatic treble of their own after winning the Beveridge Cup with a 4-3 over Chirnside United at Woodside Park.

The Teries looked to be heading for defeat when Daniel Blackie put Chirnside 3-2 up with 15 minutes left.

Yet, Waverley fought back with two goals in the last five minutes through Davis Hope and Dean McColm to claim the Beveridge Cup for the second year in a row.

Davis said: “It was a great effort by the team to fight back – we showed an unbelievable attitude. I was delighted to score two and help the team.”

Earlston Rhymers bagged eight goals in their final Division B game which saw them relegated.

Scott Rice scored a hat-trick for Rhymers against Leithen Rovers but they went down on goal difference.

And in Division C, Tweedmouth Harrow went up as champions after a 10-0 thrashing of Tweeddale Rovers Colts.

Nick Moor scored three as the Berwick team made it 110 goals from just 18 league games to be promoted in style.