SOUTH of SCOTLAND LEAGUE
SATURDAY August 14
SOUTH LEAGUE CUP 2nd Round
St Cuthbert Wanderers 0 Threave Rovers 2
Dalbeattie Star 2 Heston Rovers 1
Creetown 8 Fleet Star 1
Nithsdale Wanderers 5 Stranraer 0
SOUTH OF SCOTLAND LEAGUE
Wigtown 2 Abbey Vale 1
Crichton 1 Mid Annandale 1
EAST of SCOTLAND
EAST PREMIER LEAGUE
Edinburgh Uni 2 Tynecastle 1
Lothian Thistle 1 Civil Service Str 2
Preston Athletic 3 Whitehill Welfare 2
Stirling Uni 6 Selkirk 0
Spartans 1 Edinburgh City 1
Vale of Leithen 1 Heriot Watt Uni 0
EAST DIVISION 1
Coldstream 3 Ormiston 1
Craigroyston 2 Gretna 2008 2
Eyemouth United v Berwick Rangers
Kelso United 1 Easthouses Lily 2
Leith Athletic 6 Peebles Rovers 0
Gala Fairydean 4 Hawick RA 2
FIVE STAR NITHSDALE
Tommy Thomson put them ahead five minutes before the interval and the second half was easy for Wanderers. They scored four in an 18-minute spell starting with Davie Kennedy in 65 minutes and followed by Paul Cairney 10 minutes later, Paul Weir in 80 minutes and Jim Houston three minutes later.
THREAVE ROVERS also booked their place with a 2-0 win over St Cuthbert Wanderers. Andrew Donnelly headed the opener in 50 minutes and Sean Milligan side-footed the second into the net with 10 minutes left.
DALBEATTIE STAR struggled to a 2-1 win over Heston Rovers at Islecroft. Roman Soltys fired a shot low into the net in 26 minutes but Rovers came back with a Gary Tweedie equaliser in 62 minutes. Four minutes from time a Soltys shot came back off the post and Scott Milligan scored from the rebound.
CREETOWN stormed to an 8-1 win over Fleet Star to complete the semi final with Scott Mazza hitting a hat-trick. Liam Muir hit a brace and others came from Barry Curtis, Ryan McKie and an own goal. Davie McKie got Star's goal froma 42nd minute penalty.
In the South League Crichton drew 1-1 with Mid Annandale and Wigtown beat Abbey Vale 2-1.
In the East Premier League champions Spartans were held to a 1-1 draw by Capital rivals Edinburgh City but newly promoted Stirling Unit beat Selkirk 6-0 in their first ever Premier match.
Uni were two up at the interval and dominated the second half to rattle in four more.
In East Division 1 Gretna and Craigroyston, both sides that expect to be in promotion contention this season, drew 2-2.
Source: Solway Press Services -http://www.solwaypress.co.uk/footballReport.asp