Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League

BURRADON and New Fordley triumphed 7-2 at Blyth Comrades in the first round of the S A Randolph Cup.

BURRADON and New Fordley triumphed 7-2 at Blyth Comrades in the first round of the S A Randolph Cup.

Paul Wilary scored four goals, with Daniel Young, Kieron Parsons and Cameron Patrick also on target.

Counters for the Comrades came from Steven Bell and Chris Mitchell.

In the Saints Shield, New Delaval and Newsham lost 4-3 in extra time to Blyth Masons Arms.

The scores were level 3-3 at the end of 90 minutes, strikes for Delaval from Kevin Turner, Mark Quinn and Ricki Cook, Steven Elsey (3) and Graeme Hogg for the Masons.

Liam Hudson also nabbed a treble for Monkseaton Arms in their home 4-1 win against Blyth Seahorse.

John Wires grabbed the other goal, with Alan Erridge claiming the consolation for the Seahorse.

Blyth Ridley Park went out of the Eric Anderson Cup at the first-round sage, losing 2-0 at home against West Allotment.

Efforts for the Allotment came from James Parker and Adam Tierney.

Bedlington Community kept up their good start to the season when they progressed to the next round by defeating Cramlington Phoenix 8-1.

Johnathan Marshall was on target for the Phoenix.

Antony Harrison led the Community scoring with four, Richard Stobbart contributing a hat-trick and Michael Douglas their final goal.

New Hartley triumphed 2-1 at home to Ashington Bubbles United. James Heathcote and Andrew Wilson scored for Harley, Kris Allington for Bubbles.

Ashington Rohan Kaniai wet down 18-1 to Ashington Grand Street.

Darren Fawcus was on target for the Kaniai, for Street Chris Hogg and Stephen Frater notched four apiece, Shaun Laing, Stuart Arkle, Robert Curry and goalkeeper Chris Baines two each and David Curry and Daniel Purvis once.

In the Premier Division Ashington Mortimer remain unbeaten after a 4-2 result Whitley Bay Cibos. Martin Humble bagged a brace, John Gall and Jason Riches with the other two and Robert Ruddick and Richard Marshall for Cibos.

The Eagle went down 2-0 at home to Milbourne Arms 2-0 thanks to finishes from Martin Douglas and Scott Brotherick.

Cowpen Percy Arms enjoyed a 2-0 win at Ashington White House courtesy of Steven Rylatt’s double.

In Division Two, Blagdon Arms won 3-1 at home to Newsham Black Diamond, Stephen Scott (2) and Mark Herron on the mark.

Jamie Summers netted for the Diamond.

Marden Residents sealed a 3-1 home verdict against North Shields Royal Arms.

David Llewellyn (2) and Ross Meeaghan notched for the Residents, Alan Baptiste for the Arms.

 
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