In this proverbial six pointer it was a game Chirnside needed the win to keep them in contention for promotion if not the league title. Biggars motivation was to keep their 100% league record and maintain their advantage over the other contenders.
With Biggar taking an extra time exit from the Sanderson Cup back in January at the same venue the game was poised to be a tough contest.
Biggar got off to the perfect start after only 2 minutes when a Watson corner from the right was directed high into the net from the boot of Roberts.
Biggar had to reshuffle after 20 minutes when the influential Gibb limped off and was replaced with Dupre before the battle could continue.
On the half hour a chink appeared in the Chirnside rear-guard when Sheridan won a header to send Watson one-on-one with the centre back, the striker cutting inside before slamming the ball past the keeper from 15 yards.
Ferguson was unlucky 5 minutes later when his low shot came off the base of the post before rebounding into the keepers arms.
3 minutes into the second half a Watson corner looked net bound from the head of Laurie but the skipper was denied glory with a miraculous header off the line by a Chirnside defender.
To their credit Chirnside kept battling to get back into the game but Biggar showed that they were more than capable of dealing with whatever the Hosts could throw at them.
This was a great team performance from Biggar with ever player contributing to seal this important win. With Gordon beating Tweedmouth it was a really good weekend for Biggar.