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Sunday, 19 August 2018


In the other Blyth semifinal of the David Crichton Cup, Amble Tavern went throught. They Beat East Chevington 2-0 away. Goals came from Phil Airey and Nelson Ambrea. They will now play Bedlington Social Club United in the Blyth final. Winners will meet the winners from the Cramlington Sunday League.

Bedlington Social Club Utd had a good win at home against Bubbles from Ashington. They won by 4-1. Josh Monaghan led the scoring with two. Craig Webb and Adam Harvey scored the other two goals. Robert Watt scored the consolation goal for Bubbles.
Newsham Victory went down 3-1 at home against Newbiggin New Ship. On tartget for the Vic was David Lillico. Goals for the New Ship came from Darren Burn with two and Ross Burt.

Blyth United Services started the season with a bang. They defeat the leagues new team Monkseaton Black Horse 6-1. A star performance from Paul huck with four. Further goals came from Kyle Walker and an own goal. Michael Starkle scored the consolation goal for the Black Horse. Cambois Club and The Sun Inn Bedlington played out a two draw. The game was goaless first half with very little action. Sun Inn took the lead through Michael Walton only for Mark Donaghue to score from the spot. Connor Hoyle, then put the Sun Inn back in front. Once again, Donaghue scored from a second penalty. Ellington Plough went down at home 5-1 against Cramlington Green. Lewis Mullen was on target for the Plough. Goals for the Green came Karl Bough, John Leonard, Scott Smith, Jake Larmouth and Daniel Maddox.

Sunday, 12 August 2018


The last quarterfinal of the David Crichton Cup was played with Ashington Town Mortimer taking on East Chevinmgton. In a very competitive encounter, there were no goals in in the first half. Altough, East Chevington did most of the pressing. The game came to life in the second half. East Chevington took the lead twice and were pegged back by the Mortimer. Chevington then went two clear, Mortimer score again, but, Chevington scored the last goal. They now meet Amble Tavern in the second semifinal to see who plays Bedlington in the Blyth Final. Goals for the Mortimer came from Lee Messenger 2 and Louis Carr. East Chevington had a star performance from Andrew Bell who scored four. Josh Baston completed the scoring.

Blyth Town went down at home in the first semifinal 6-2 against Bedlington Social Club utd. Sam Watts scored both goals for Blyth Town. On target for the Bedlington side were Andrew McLennen with two, Chris Phillips, Josh Monaghan, Michael Angus and Josh Beswick.

Sunday, 5 August 2018


In the first three quarter finals of the David Crichton Cup, sides going through to the semi-finals are Amble tavern, Bedlington Social Club Utd and Blyth Town Sunday. The final quarterfinal takes place next weekend. Amble Tavern went through with a 3-1 away win against Newbiggin New Ship. Bedlington Social Club just overcame the tie against Newsham Victory by the odd goal in three. The Sun Inn were no match against the very strong Blyth Town Sunday side. With Blyth Town winning by 8-2.

Next weekend Ashington Town Mortimer take on East Chevington in the final quarterfinal, the winners will play Amble Tavern. The first semifinal sees Blyth Town Sunday at home against Bedlington Social Club Utd.

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