Cramlington and District Sunday League

NORTH Shields Billy Mill want the Premier League title back – and two goals from Whitelaw helped them to a 4-0 success over Blyth Sports and Social.

NORTH Shields Billy Mill want the Premier League title back – and two goals from Whitelaw helped them to a 4-0 success over Blyth Sports and Social.

Gustard also hit a pair as Shankhouse United beat Cramlington Village 3-1, but Burradon were beaten by fellow promotees Charnwood Longbenton 3-1.

Benedictine CSC of Cramlington gained their first win of the season – 2-0 at Amici Forest Hall thanks to a goal apiece from youngsters Gray and Pulman.

The latter is following in his father’s footsteps in playing and scoring for the Bene.

Last year’s champions Cullercoats Formica went down 1-0 to Dudley and Weetslade, Chris Bell on the mark.

In Division One, Bedlington Station SC lost 1-0 to a Kevin Rothwell effort for Seaton Delaval Proctor and Gamble.

Seghill Village continued their good run of form, beating Cramlington Brockwelll Seam 2-1 to sit top of the table.

Dinnington Village had a 4-2 result against Seaton Burn Moorhouse.

 
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