Sunday, 13 October 2019
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLNewsham Victory and The Phoenix Tap Whitley Bay were again in NFA Minor Cup action. Newsham Vics game was switched to their opponents ground. The Vic went down 3-2 against Waterloo Blyth. The Tap also went down 7- 2 against Mickley Social Club. Goals for the Tap came from Jordan Widdowson and Alex Nisbet
Station Lounge Ashington from division one was at home against Bedlington Social Club Utd from the premier division. This was another game called off last week. The Lounge had the best of the first half and were two up at the break. Goals came from Ben Middleton and Connor Willis. The Bedlington side came back in the second half and scored five. Leading the scoring was Peter Roberts with a hattrick. Chris Phillips and Andrew McLennen completed the scoring.
In round one of the Saints Shield, Ashington Town Central was at home against League leaders West Allotment, while Cramlington Burton House was at home against Ellington Plough. The Central went down 6-2 against the Allotment. Goals for the Central came from Reece Farrell and Scott Neal. Scoring for the Allotment were Ryan Thompson and Mitchell Renney with two each. Dean Smith and Keith Smith completed the scoring. The Burton also went down 6-3 against the Plough. Victor Jefferson 2 and Danny Maddox scored for the Burton. On target for the Plough were Ryan Prauschke and Byren Atkinson with two each. Sam Robinson Ryan Brunton scored the other goals,
In the premier division Blyth Town Sunday went down 3-0 at home against Newbiggin New Ship. Goals for the Ship came from Kevin Halliday 2 and Colin McClelland.
Next weekend both Bedlington Social Club Utd and Ashington RAOB could be in the NFA Sunday Cup quarter finals. To be confirmed by the NFA.
Sunday, 6 October 2019
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLThe weather was the only winner this weekend. All but one game was called off due to flooded pitches. Newbiggin New Ship was due to play Foxhunters away, however, the game was switched to Newbiggin Sports Centre. Newbiggin New Ship progressed to the second round with a 3-0 win. Goals for the Ship came from Adam Corbett, Karl Davison and Macuarley Burt. The other two games will be played next weekend weather permitting
Sunday, 29 September 2019
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLn the senior final East Chevington S S were up against holders Burradon and New Fordley. This turned out tobe a very close game as well. Both sides played some good footbal with not many chances. The closeist goal came when Ian Lee managed to flick the ball from a tight angle with the ball rolling towards the empty goal. A defender just cleared it for a corner. At the other end, East Chevington had their best chance when Kevin Bell got a shot away. The keeper diving to his right to push the ball round the post. The score remained goaless at the break. Burradon and New Fordley finally took the lead on the hour mark when Ian Lee scored. However, the game was marred by a nasty tackle, which once everything was sorted saw four players red carded plus a someone from the Chevington bench. Burradon and New Fordley put the game to bed when substitute Danny Sayer raced clear to slide the ball past the keeper. East Chevington tried to get back into the game however, the Burradon and New Fordley defence held firm. George Crichton with his brother Bill and family also attended. Once again, George Crichton.presented the trophies to both sides. Frank Scantlebury then thanked Ashington Community Football Club and staff for the use of their facilities for the day.
The league had two sides in the NFA Sunday Cup round one. Blyth Town Sunday went down to an excellent side Blucher Blue Star 13 nil. However, Ashington RAOB faired much better winning away against Westfield Social. Goals for the Buffs came from Kyle Downey, Michael Adamson and Chad Miller.
In the premier division Bedlington Social Club United won by the odd goal in seven at home against Newsham Victory. Joe Moscrop led the scoring for the Bedlington side with two. Stephen Lucas and an own goal completed the scoring. Regan Pegg, David Lillico and Jamie Harrison scored for the Vic.
Division one saw West Allotment continue their unbeaten run with a 6-0 away win against Bedlington Breakers. On target for the Allotment was Ryan Thompson with another hattrick. Further goals came from Ryan Walton Kevin Gainsborough and Gary Stanners. Ellington Plough won at home 10-1 against Bubbles Ashington. Scoing two goals each for the Plough were Tom Rolt, Bryen Atkinson and Ryan Bunting. Also on target were Andy Allen, John Summers, Ally McLean and Jack Anderson. Keith Smith scored for Bubbles.
Next weekend the league has three sides in the NFA Sunday Minor Cup. Newsham Victory is at home against Waterloo Blyth from the Cramlington League. The Phoenix Tap Whitley Bay is also at home against Mickley Social Club. Newbiggin New Ship has to travel to play Foxhunters.
Sunday, 22 September 2019
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLNext Sunday will see the David Crichton MemorialCup Finals take place. In the moring with a ten thirty kick off will be the under fifteens junior final. This will be between Cramlington Juniors and Wallsend Boys Club Yellows. Then in the afternoon East Chevington from the Blyth league take on holders Burradon and New Fordley from the Cramlington League with a two pm kick off.
East Chevington was in cup action when the played Bedlington Social Club in the NFA Sunday Cup first round. However, Bedlington Social Club Utd gained revenge with a 4-0 win after their defeat in the David Crichton Cup. Goals for the Bedlington side came from Michael Angus, Stephen Lucas, Andrew McLennen and Adam Ord.
In round one of the George Davison Cup Ashington Town Central was far too strong for neighbours Bubbles. They won the tie with an 11 -4 win. Leading the scoring for the Central was reece Farrell with five. Ross Fuller scored a hattrick. Liam Hornsby with two and completing the scoring was David Stewart. Goal s Bubbles came from David Sturgeon, Shaun Cowell, Jordan Hancock and Kieth Smith.
The preier division saw wins for Ashington RAOB and Newsham Victory. The Buffs won 7-2 at home against Blyth Town Sunday. Kyle Downey led the scoring for the Buff with a hattrick. Scoring one each were Anthony Watson, Kyle Oliver, Simon Broatch and Liam Thompson. Goals for Blyth Town came from Martyn Hepple and Daniel Carr. The Vic won 5-2 at home against Ashiongton Town Hirst. David Lillico led the scoring for the Vic with a hattrick. Ryan Waite and Gavin Agnew completed the scoring. Bradley Higgins and Ben Senior scored for the Hirst.
Division one saw Station Lounge Ashington win 5-1 at home against Ellington Plough. The Lounge had the better of the first half and led 4-1. However, they were held at bay in the second half with Ellingtons keeper Kieren Atkinson outstanding. Goals for the Lounge came from Andrew Bell 2, Ben Mordue, Kia Downey and Ryan Clark. Max Wilson scored for the Plough. Cramlington Burton House had a good win at home 8-0 against Bedlington Breakers. Michael Jordan led the scoring with a hattrick. Victor Jefferson scored two, with further goals coming from Karl Boughen, Danny Maddox and Jordan Leonard. West Allotment continued their winning way with another home win against The Phoenix Tap. However, they were made to fight all the way before winning by the odd goal in five. Ryan Thompson scored all three goals for the home side. Alex Nisbet scored both goals for the Phoenix Tap.
Sunday, 15 September 2019
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLThere were four games in round one of the George Davison Cup. East Chevington won 4-1 away against Newbiggin New Ship. Ryan Wilson scored for thr New Ship. Goals for the Chevington side came from a Brad McLellend hattrick and Kevin Bell. Ashington Town Hirst also went through with a 7-0 home win against The Phoenix Tap. Leading the scoring for the Hirst was Bradley Higgins with four. Callum Senior scored twice and Lee Messenger completed the scoring. Newsham Victory also went through with an 8-1 home win against Cramlington Burton House. Leading the scoring for the Vic were Chris Coppen and David Lillico with two each. Futher goals came from Shaun Robinson, Ryan Waite, Dean Linney and Marc Ord. Danny Maddox scored the consolation goal for the Burton. West Allotment also won at home against Ellington Plough 6-0. Ryan Thompson led the scoring with four. Ryan Walton and Ian Graham completed the scoring.
In round one of the Alan Davison Cup, Bedlington Social Club Utd had a comfortable home win against the Station Lounge 8-0. Leading the scoring for the home side was Andrew McLennen with a hattrick. Stephen Lucas scored twice. Further goals came from Adam Ord, Josh Monaghan and Joe Moscrop.
Division one saw Bedlington Breakers win 4-2 at home against Bubbles Ashington. On target for Breakers were Sean Bartram, Jamie Irving, Dan Hopper and Jonny Taylor. Jordan Muldoon and Jordan Hancock scored for Bubbles.
Next week East Chevington SS are at home against Bedlington Social Club in round one of the NFA Sunday Cup.
Sunday, 8 September 2019
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLIn the Blyth League final of the David Crichton Cup East Chevington was at home against Bedlington Social Club Utd. In a very exciting game the Bedlington side started the much stronger and looked they would reach the final after taking a two nil lead with goals from Stephen Lucas and Andrew McLellan. The Chevington side came fighting back and drew level with goals from Kevin Bell and Peter Murray. The score stayed the same at full time, so it went to extra time, and East Chevington won the game with a goal from Sean Anderson. They will now meet the winners from the Cramlington Sunday League at the end of the month.
In round one of the Alan Davison Cup there were goals galore. Leading the way was Ashington RAOB who won 14-1 away against the Burton House. Mathew Pye scored for the Burton. Leading the scoring for the Buffs were Kyle Oliver and Brent Aisbitt with hattricks. Danny Young scored two. Scoring a goal each were Liam Thompson, George Hayton, Brandon Anderson, Ben Turnbull, Richard Morris and Kyle Downey. Also winning away from home was Blyth Town Sunday with a 7-2 win against Bubbles Ashington. Jordan Hancock and Callum Grieves. Daniel Carr led the scoring for Blyth Town with two. Completing the scoring were Chris Watson, Jack Patterson, Danny Wilson, James Sinton and Ben Murphy. Ashington Town Central won an all division one tie 6-1 against Bedlington Breakers. Goals for the Central came from a David Stewart hattrick. Ross Fuller, Reece Farrell and Gavin Armstrong completed the scoring. Ellington Plough also won another all division one tie 4-1 against The Phoenix Tap. Goals for the Plough came from Ryan Prauschke 2, Max Robinson and Bryen Atkinson. Chris Barnfather scored the goal for the Phoenix Tap. The tie in the round saw division one side West Allotment beat Ashington Town Hirst from the premier division by the odd goal in five. Goals for the Allotment came from Michael Butcher, Ryan Thompson and Thomas Walker. Marc Donaghey and Andrew Simpson scored for the Ashington side.
In the premier division, Newbiggin New Ship won 4-1 at home against Newsham Victory. Scoing for the Ship were Jordan Thomas and Liam Halliday with two each. David Lillico scored for the Vic.
Sunday, 1 September 2019
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLIn the second semi-final of the David Crichton Cup, Newbiggin New Ship and Bedlington Social Club meet again after their first attempt was abandoned. The Bedlington side earned the right to meet East Chevington with a 4-1 win. Adam Corbett scored for the New Ship. Goals for the Social Club came from Andy McLellan 2, Kieran Egan and an own goal.
In Round one of the George Davison Cup Ashington RAOB won 4-1 at home against division one side Bedlington Breakers. Goals for the Buffs came from Liam Thompson 2, Chad Miller and Kyle Oliver. Jonny Taylor scored for the Breakers.
The premiership saw Blyth Town Sunday go down two nil against Ashington Town Hirst Ind. The game was level at the break, however the Hirst scored shortly after the restart, then scored late on to take the points. On target for the Hirst were Bradley Higgins and Michael Todd.
Division one saw Ellington Plough start their season with a 4-1 home win against Cramlington Burton House. On target for the Plough were Joe Turner, Max Robinson, Bryen Atkinson and Jack Hunter. Jordan Leonard scored the consolation goal for the Burton. Station Lounge went down 3-0 at home against West Allotment. The Lounge probably been winning at the break, but failed to take the chances they created. Scoring a hattrick for the Allotment was Ryan Taylor. The Phoenix Trap also went down at home 6-1 against Ashington Town Central. Marcus Lowery scored for the home side. Goals for the Central came from Liam Hornsby with 4, Ross Fuller and David Kewn scored the other two.
Sunday, 25 August 2019
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLIn the first semifinal of the David Crichton Cup East Chevington were at home against Blyth Town Sunday. Reaching the Blyth League final was East Chevington with a 6-2 win. However, they had to come from behind to go through. Blyth Town went one up after thirty seconds; they scored their second on seven minutes. This brought the best from the home side. It took a half time sub in Brad McClellend who came on and scored a hattrick. Also on target for the home side were Kevin Bell 2 and Peter Murray. Goals for Blyth Town came from Chris Ruddick and Dan Hi Voung. East Chevington will have to wait for the winners of Newbiggin New Ship and Bedlington Social Club to play the league final.
Two games in the premier division saw Ashington RAOB at home against Newsham Victory and Ashington Town Hirst at home against Newbiggin New Ship. In a very close game between Ashington Town Hirst and Newbiiggin Ship, the Ship won by the odd goal in three. Marc Donaghey scored for the Hirst. Goals for the Ship came from Lee Warren and Nathan Armstrong. In the other game, Ashington RAOB went down 5-3 against the Vic. Kyle Downey scored two for the Buffs, with Liam Thompsom scoring their other goal. On target for the Vic were Liam McKee 2, David Lillico, Craig Frazer and Gavin Agnew.
Games in the first division saw Bubbles Ashington and The Phoenix Tap play out a 2-2 draw. Shaun Cowell and Jordan Hancock scored for Bubbles. Luke Celino and Craig Wilson replied for the Phoenix Tap. Another game end in a draw was Bedlington Breakers and Ashington Town Central who shared six goals. Jonny Taylor and Marc Ord scored for the Breakers. On target for the Central were Liam Hornsby, Adam Dixon and Stephen Frater. West Allotment won at home 6-1 against the Burton House. Goals for the Allotment came from Andy Smith 2, Ian Smith, Michael Butcher, Mitchell Rennie and Ian Graham. Mathew Pye scored for the Burton House.
Sunday, 18 August 2019
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLThe last quarterfinal of the David Cricton was played with East Chevington at home against Ashington Town Hirst Ind. Chevington side had a tremendous win by 10-2. Leading the scoring was Kevin Bell with a hattrick. Scoring two each were Joe Henderson, Peter Murray and Andrew Murray. Max Anderson scored their other goal. Bradley Higgins scored both goals for the Hirst Industrial. The first semifinal started; however, the game was abandoned after seventeen minutes due to a serious injury
The only game in the premier division saw Newsham Victory win the local derby 3-0 against Blyth Town Sunday. David Lillico led the scoring for the Vic with two. Craig Frazer scored their other goal.
Division one saw Ashington Town Central go down 5-1 at home against new side West Allotment. David Stewart scored for the Central. Ryan Thompson scored four for the Allotment. The final goal was an own goal. The Phoenix Tap from Whitley Bay had an excellent win at home 9-2 against another new side Bedlington Breakers. Luke Celino led the scoring with a hattrick. Liam Said scored twice. Futher goals came from Steven Bourgon, Andrew Jenkins, Chris Barnfather and Jordan Widdowson. Bubbles Ashington and Station Lounge played out a 2-2 draw. Josh Avery and Eathan Bell scored for Bubbles. Ryan Clark and Matty Nelson replied for the Lounge.
Sunday, 11 August 2019
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLIn the David Crichton Memorial Cup quarterfinals, there were wins for Bedlington Social Club and Blyth Town Sunday. Bedlington Social Club won 6-0 away against division one side Ashington Town Central. On target for the Social Club were Peter Roberts and Adam Ord with two each. Richard Eurn and Nick Storey completed the scoring. It was a different story with Blyth Town; they were away against first division Burton House. It was a very close game for the ninety minutes with the scores level at 2-2, however extra time saw Blyth Town score four goals to go through 6-2. Goals for the Burton came from Victor Jefferson and Karl Boughen. Antonie Ridley led the scoring for Blyth Town with four. Daniel Wilson and Dang-Hi Voung completed the scoring.
Next Sunday East Chevington and Ashington Town Hirst Ind play their quarterfinal. In addition, the league games will also start.
Monday, 17 June 2019
PRESENTATION NIGHT REPORT BY NOBBY GILLAt the annual league, presentation night held at New Delaval and Newsham Social Club saw a good turnout for the evening. League Chairman Colin Douglas welcomed the guests, which included league sponsors Standard Security, represented by Suzette, James and Samantha Scott. Stephen Smith and Dave Smith from Whitley Bay Trophies. It was also a welcomed return from League President George Allen. There were also referees who attended.
On to the presentation of awards, which league chairman asked James Scott to present. First awards went to the secretaries of each division for their outstanding work over the season.
Division one award went to Paul Horne from Cambois Club.
Premier division award went to Paul Katz from Blyth Town Sunday.
Next awards were for leading goal scorers from league games only.
Division one award went to Paul Huck from Blyth United Services with 26 goals.
Premier division award went to Damien Stevens from Ashington RAOB with 19 goals.
Next awards were for players of the year with the most man of the match awards league games only.
Player of the year division one was Michael Jordan from Cramlington Burton House with 7.
Player of the year premier division was Ross Gair from Amble Tavern with 8.
Next award was the Bill Young Fair Play, sponsored by Whitley Bay Trophies. This award went to Bubbles Ashington; they also received a cheque for £395.
On to the referees awards.
The Denis Fowler award for referee of the Year went to Paul Davison
Jimmy Scott young referee of the year went to Jack Watts.
Harry Kennedy Achievenent award went to Cambois Club.
Presidents Cup presented by George Allen went to Standard Security; Suzette Scott collected this award on behalf of her company.
Now onto the Club awards.
Eric Anderson Cup sponsored by Co-Op Funeral Care runners up Cambois Club, winners Newsham Victory.
Alan Davison Cup spnsored by Alan Davison, runners up Bedlington Social Club United, winners Amble Tavern.
Saints Shield sponsored by C.R. Scott Ltd. Runners up Ellington Plough, winners Blyth United Services.
Randolph Cup sponsored by Standard Security Ltd, runners up Newsham Victory, winners Bedlington Social Club Utd.
J D Marnock sponsored by Reay Security Ltd, runners up East Chevington Sports & Social, winners Newsham Victory.
George Davison Cup Sponsored by Port Training Services, runners up Bedlington Social Club United, winners Amble Tavern.
League Winners were the last to be presented.
Division one runners up Blyth United Services
League winners Ashington Town Mortimer.
Premier division runners up Amble Tavern.
League winners Ashington RAOB.
League Secretary Frank Scantlebury then thanked New Dealval and Newsham Social Club and Bar Staff for the evening.
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