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SFA Regional Cup quarter-finals

Vale of Leithen 1, Threave Rovers 2

St Cuthbert Wanderers 2, Stirling University 3

Heston Rovers 2, Duns 4 (after extra time)

Potts Cup First Round

Creetown v Nithsdale Wanderers match postponed

South of Scotland League

Crichton 4, Newton Stewart 3

Fleet Star 4, Mid Annandale 4

Abbey Vale 1, Wigtown and Bladnoch 1

Stranraer v Dalbeattie Star match postponed

Threave Rovers are the only South side to have survived through to the semi finals of the SFA Regional Cup by beating Vale of Leithen by two goals to one and will now play Duns who beat Heston Rovers in extra time. Following a goal less first half Vale were the first to strike when Steve Radzynski scored on the hour mark but two late goals from the Castle Douglas sides striker Andrew Donnely in the eighieth and eighty sixth minute was enoug to see the South side through.

At Maryfield Heston Rovers put up a plucky fight against Duns and took the match into extra time following a two all draw after 90 minutes. Sean Kevan and Russell Jardine scored twice for the home side but their goals were countered by strikes from Michael Stewart and Estean Stour. Robertson and Waugh scored a goal each in extra time to take the East of Scotland side through to the semi finals.

At Kirkcudbright Stirling University went ahead seven minutes before the break in their match agaisnt St Cuthbert Wanderers through Craig Roberston but in the sixty third minute Saints levelled the match when Roddy Cooksley fired home. Two minutes later though an oan goal from the same player put the visitors back into the lead with Stevie Brown squaring the match once again with fifteen minutes left to play. However a Paul Scudden goal seven minutes from time was enough to see the University visitors progress.

In the South of Scotland League the three matches played were all very close. Crichton saw off Newton Stewart in a seven goal thriller with Darren Johnstone and Adam Johnstone claiming the home sides goals while Andrew McEwan, Calum Dunn and Stewart Taylor found the net for the Creesiders. Fleet Star and Mid Annandale shared eight goals at Garries Park to share the points after the home side had taken a four goals to one lead. Calum Wilson was first on the score sheet after ten minutes for the home side with Scitt Martin levelling the match after twenty two minutes. Kevin Jamieson then restored Stars lead six minutes later with Barry Pickthall puting them further ahead 8 minutes before the break. Dale McCutcheon scored Stars fourth goal five minutes after the restart but Mids fought back with Carlos Crosbie starting the fightback in the fifty second minute with Scott Martin scoring his second and his sides third on the hour mark. Nathan Muir completed the scoring in the seventyth minute to give the teams a point each. Wigtown and Bladnoch also shared the points in their match against Abbey Vale at New Abbey with Ian Millar finding the goal to take a point from the contest.

The matches at Creetown and Stranraer were the latest victims of the weather with both being postponed.