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Sunday, 15 May 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the premier division one of the last games to be fixtured saw Bedlington Social Club win at West Allotment by 7-1. Unfortunately, they just failed to overturn the goal difference needed to win the league. They needed a thirteen-goal swing. Goals for the Bedlington side came from Damien Stevens 2, Josh Willis, Michael Angus, Rio Eastway and Ethan Page. Harry Yoxall scored for the Allotment. Newsham and New Delaval Social Club are now Champions.

Only two games in division one saw wins for Newbiggin Sunday and The Fat Ox. Newbiggin won by the odd goal in three at home against Blyth Isabella Sunday. Harry Patterson and Josh Lang scored for Newbiggin. Jamie Stewart scored for the Isabella. The Fat Ox beat Jolly Bowman away by the odd goal in five. On target for the Ox was Adam Croney, Luke Molloy and Olly Barton. Goals for the Bowman came from Keaton Dodds and Tommy Crowe

Sunday, 8 May 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the J D Marnock Cup Final between Blyth Town Sunday and Newbiggin Sunday. The first half was very even, although Blyth Town had the better chances, probably should have been in front. The Newbiggin side defending well to keeping Blyth Town at bay. The game was still goalless at the break.
Newbiggin Sunday came more into the game in the second and had chances to take the lead. However, poor finishing was their downfall as the Blyth Town defence held firm. The deadlock was broken in the seventieth minute when Ross Gilchrist scored with a cross which turned out to be the winner. Minutes later Rob Ridley hit a shot from forty yards with the keeper stranded, however, the shot hit the top of the bar. Blyth Town saw the game out to lift the cup. The Chairman thanked everyone who turned up and the Morpeth Town Football Club. He then introduced a family from Ukraine who have settled locally whose husband is still in her war-torn country. Natalia then presented the trophies to the officials and players. The man of the match award went to Rob Ridley from Blyth Town Sunday.
In the George Davison Cup Final between Bedlington Social club Utd and Jolly Bowman, the premier division side Bedlington Social had the better of the early exchanges. In the end their pressure paid and they took a one lead with a goal from Michael Angus. They held the lead going into the break. Bedlington Social increased their lead with a second goal from Ethan Page. Five minutes later they scored a third goal from Stephen Lucas. Jolly Bowman pulled a goal back a couple of minutes later from James Proctor. With five minutes to go Damien Stevens scored a fourth goal for Bedlington Social Club. Colin Bassam from Port Training Services who sponsored the final was introduced by chairman Colin Douglas. Man of the match award went to Josh Willis. The league presented Ken Beattie with a memento with appreciation for the use of their facilities for our finals. Also, a big thankyou to the kitchen staff and bar staff.

In the premier division Station Lounge Ashington brought their season to a close with a 3-1 home win against West Allotment. Goals for the Lounge came from Josh Bell, Nathan Hudson and Connor Willis. Ryan Walton scored the consolation goal for the Allotment.

Division one saw The Fat Ox win at home 3-0 against Ashington Black Rose. Goals for the Fat Ox came from Jack Bland 2 and John Elsender.

Sunday, 1 May 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday the league will hold the last of this seasons finals. In the morning with a 10.30 kick off, it will the J D Marnock Cup final. Teams involved in this will be Blyth Town Sunday up against Newbiggin Sunday. Then in the afternoon with a 2.30 kick off, Bedlington Social Club Ut; up against the Jolly Bowman Wallsend. Both these sides are playing in their third finals this season.
Newsham and New Delaval have a hand on the premier division title, unless Bedlington Social Club Utd score loads of goals in their last game. Newsham had a 3-0 away win against West Allotment. On target for the Newsham side was David Lillico, Kofi Park and Bailey Morton.
Division One saw Stakeford Cherry Tree take the division one title with a 5-2 home win against the Fat Ox. They have one game left against Jolly Bowman who should finish runners up. Goals for the Cherry Tree came from Jake Nichol 2, Cameron Elliott, Byren Atkinson and Bradley Higgins. Scoring for the Fat Ox was Michael Nolan and Luke Molloy. Blyth Isabella Sunday found the Jolly Bowman in top form as they scored seventeen goals. The Isabella did manage to score twice. Jack McNally led the scoring for the Bowman with 6. Kieran Cairns, Mason Stephenson and Tommy Crow all scored hattricks. Scott Turner completed the scoring with 2. Mathew Forsyth and Harry Sawyer scored for the Isabella

Sunday, 24 April 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the Eric Anderson Cup Final, premier division side was up against Stakeford Cherry tree from division one. It was the premier division side that took an early lead through full back Ben Culling. The game remained even for most of the first half. Stephen Lucas scored a second for the Bedlington. However, just before the break a Bedlington player was seriously injured in tackle. The Stakeford Cherry Tree player was sent off for serious foul play. The game was held up until help arrived. Half time Bedlington Social Club led 2-0.
After a hours delay the. second half started. Bedlington increased their lead to four when Dylan Williamson netted twice. Cherry Tree puled a goal back late on with a penalty from Bradley Higgins. Man of the match award went to Shay Richardson from Bedlington Social Club United.

In the Alan Davison Cup Newsham and New Delaval S C were up against. The Jolly Bowman from Wallsend. Newsham started the better and took an early lead with a goal from direct from a corner taken by Ryan McKee. They Incresed their lead with a goal from Kofi Park. There was no more score before half time. Second half Newsham continued to press forward, the pressure finally paid off when David Lillico made it 3-0. Jack McNally pulled a goal back from a penalty. However, just three minutes later Regan Pegg scored from twenty-five yards to make it 4-1. Newsham ran out worthy winners. Man of the match award went to Ryan McKee from Newsham and New Delaval.

In the J D Marnock Cup semi final, Newbiggin Sunday went through to the final. They had a good win at home 3-0 against West Allotment. Goals for Newbiggin came from Kyke Downey, Daryl Gallon and Ben Young. They will now meet Blyth Town Sunday in the final on May 8th at Morpeth Towns ground.
Once again the league would like to thank Ken Beattie and the staff of Morpeth Town for todays finals.

Sunday, 17 April 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday the league will hold their second set of finals at Morpeth Towns Ground. In the morning it will be the Eric Anderson Cup. Bedlington Social Club Utd will be up against Stakeford Cherry Tree with a 10. 30 Kick Off. Then in the afternoon its the Alan Davison Cup with Newsham and New Delaval will be up against The Jolly Bowman Wallsend. Its the second final for the Bowman.

Blyth Town Sunday booked their place in the final of the J D Marnock Cup. They won 2-0 at home against Bedlington Bank Top. Though it was uncertain right up to the last few minutes. Blyth Town were awarded a penalty with just a couple of minutes left. Both goals for Blyth Town came from Liam Gillesphie. They will be up against the winners of Newbiggin Sunday and West Allotment who play next week. The final will be on May 8th at Morpeth Towns ground.

Division one saw The Fat Ox take the points with a 5-3 home win against Ashington Black Rose. Goals for the Ox came from Max Digman 2, John Elsender, Luke Molloy and Ryan Leathers. On target for the Black Rose were Cal Mulligan 2 and David Sturgeon. In the game between the top two sides Jolly Bowman and Stakeford Cherry Tree, the Cherry Tree came out on top by the odd goal in five. Jordan Lashley 2 and Jake Nichol scored for the Cherry Tree. Both goals for the Bowman came from Kieran Cairns.

Sunday, 10 April 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the premier division, Newsham and New Delaval came away with all the points away against Station Lounge Ashington. They won 6-0 with on fire centre forward David Lillico scoring four. Ryan McKee and Craig Frazer scored their other goals. In a nine-goal thriller between West Allotment and Blyth Town Sunday, it was Blyth Town who secured the points in a 5-4 win. Jack Patterson led the scoring for Blyth Town with a hattrick. Liam Gillesphey and Mark Lawrence scored the other goals. Goals for the Allotment came from Craig Scott with a hattrick and RyanThompson.

Division one saw Jolly Bowman continue their good form with another win away against Ashington Black Rose 7-2. The Rose had some good chances to reduce the arrears, however found the Jolly Bowman keeper in excellent form. Leading the scoring form the Bowman was once again Jack McNally with 4. Matty Oakes, Arron Hawdon and Mason Stephenson completed the scoring. Marc Ord scored both goals for the Black Rose. Stakeford Cherry Tree and Newbiggin Sunday played out a 1-1 draw. Bradley Higgins scored for the Cherry Tree, with Karl Downey replying for the Newbiggin side.

The Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday Football League are accepting applications from teams wishing to join us next season 2022/23.
If you are interested please email our league secretary Frank Scantlebury at frankscantlebury@yahoo.co.uk for further details.

Sunday, 3 April 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the NFA Sunday Cup Burradon and New Fordley retained the Sunday Cup with a 4-1 against Station Lounge Ashington.

In the semi finals of the Eric Anderson Cup there was wins for Stakeford Cherry Tree booked their place in the final with a 5-1 win against Blyth Isabell Sunday. Goals for the Cherry Tree came from Jordan Hancock 2, Cameron Elliott, Bradley Higgins and Jordan Lashley. Azeem Anwar scored for the Isabella Sunday. Bedlington Social Club Utd also booked their place with a win over West Allotment S C. In a very close game, they won by the odd goal in five. On target for the Bedlington side was Chris Glass, Joe Bolam and Dylan Williamson. Ctraig Scott and Jamie Roberts scored for the Allotment.

Division one saw Newbiggin Sunday have a good win against Ashington Black Rose 6-1. Scott Neal led the scoring with a hattrick. Brendan Anderson added 2, with Ryan Lashley completing the scoring. Cameron Donnelly scored for the Black Rose. Jolly Bowman continued their quest for the league title with an 8-1 win over the Fat Ox. Leading the scoring for the Bowman was Jack McNally with a hattrick. Ryan Waterson and Dan Coleman both scored two. Arron Hawdon completed the scoring. Kain Bell scored the consolation goal for the Fat Ox.

Sunday, 27 March 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next weekend Station Lounge Ashington play their NFA Sunday Cup Final. They will play Burradon and New Fordley from the Cramlington Sunday League. Best of luck.

The quarter final of the J D Marnock Cup saw The Fat Ox and Bedlington Bank Top go all the way to penalties. The game ended 2-2 after extra time. The Bank Top winning 8-7 on penalties. Goals in normal time came from John Elsender and Michael Nolan for the Fat Ox. Jamie Higgins scored both goals for the Bank Top.

Premier division saw West Allotment win a very close game away against Blyth Town Sunday. Winning by the odd goal in three. Ryan Thompson and Ryan Walton scored the goals for the Allotment. Liam Gillesphey scored the goal for Blyth Town. Station Lounge Ashington and Bedlington Social Club Utd played out a goalless draw in a good game. Both sides had chances to win, however a draw seemed a fair result.
Division one saw the Jolly Bowman win 2-0 away against Newbiggin Sunday. Goals for the Bowman came from Jack Beverley and Jack Thompson. Stakeford Cherry Tree won 6-1 at home against Blyth Isabella Sunday. Goals for the Cherry Tree came from Jake Nichol 2, Jack Hogg, Cameron Elliott, Bradley Higgins and Byren Atkinson. Connor Wilson score for the Isabella side.

Sunday, 20 March 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The two semi finals of the George Davison took place, with The Jolly Bowman and Bedlington Social Club reaching the final. The Jolly Bowman won 2-0 away against Newsham and New Delaval. Bowmans goals came from Peter Ibbotson and an own goal. Bedlington Social Club won 5-0 away against Stakeford Cherry Tree. Cherry Tree did well to keep the score at one nil at the break, the more experience side Bedlington secured their place with goals from Damien Stevens hattrick, further goals came from Ethan Page and Andrew Welsh.

In the J D Marnock quarter final saw West Allotment reach the semi final with a 3-1 win
Against Station Lounge Ashington. Goals for the Allotment came from Daryl Basham 2 and Craig Scott. Connor Willis scored for the Lounge.

In division one there were wins for Blyth Isabella Sunday and Newbiggin Sunday. The Isabella beat Ashington Black Rose 2-1. James Carling and Mathew Forstyth scored for the Isabella. Jonny Taylor scored the goal for the Black Rose. Newbiggin beat the Fat Ox with the only goal of the game coming from Ryan Milburn

Sunday, 13 March 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the Saints Shield Final, the opening half was very even with both sides having chances to take the lead. First real chance fell to the Jolly Bowman which they failed to convert. Then on the half hour mark the Cherry Tree had a good chance but lacked the finish. Jolly Bowman had another good chance, once again the finish was lacking. On forty minutes the Cherry Tree was awarded a penalty after a foul by the Bowmans left back. However, the keeper pulled off a tremendous double save from Jordan Lashley to keep the scores level. Bowman had another chance to take the lead, the player mis the target. The score remained goalless at the break.
All the action came in the second half. With the Jolly Bowman running out 7-2 winners. Leading the scoring for the Bowman was Jack McNally with a hattrick. Furthers goals came from Mason Stephenson, James Proctor, Keaton Dodds and Tom Ross. Bradley Walsh and Substitute Robert Watt scored for the Cherry Tree. The goal of the game came from a great move from the Bowman side with Mason Stephenson heading home. Man of the match award went to Jack McNally from The Jolly Bowman Wallsend. Trevor Scott from match sponsors presented the trophies. Thanks to our match sponsor Trevor Scott of Scott Stoves ltd.

The S A Randolph Cup saw Bedlington Social Club Utd up against West Allotment. The first half was a close encounter, although the Bedlington side created more chances. However, both sets of forwards were caught offside too many times. The game took a sudden turn when the Allotment had a player sent off for two bookable offences. The still manage to keep the score level at the break. The second half was much the same with forwards being offside too much. However, Josh Willis scored with a curler from outside the box to put the Bedlington side ahead. The score was nearly double ten minutes later when Damien Stevens for once beat the offside trap. However, his shot came back off the post and was cleared. Soon afterwards he did score with a delightful chip over the keeper from just inside the box. The Allotment should have reduced the arrears when they won a penalty. However, the kick went over the bar. The game seemed to die with many substitutions. So, Bedlington Social Club lifted the trophy. Man of the match award went to Josh Willis. Trophies were present by James Scott from our league sponsors Standard Security, they also sponsored the final.
A big thankyou to Ken Beattie and the Staff of Morpeth Town Football Club for hosting our Finals today.
In the J D Marnock Cup round one Newbiggin Sunday ran out 7-0 winners at home against Blyth Isabella Sunday. Leading the scoring for the Newbiggin side was Ryan Milburn with a hattrick. Scott Neal scored two. Further goals came from Kyle Downey and Lee Messenger.
In the premier division Station Lounge Ashington won 2-0 at home against Bedlington Bank Top. Connor Willis scored both goals for The Lounge.

Sunday, 6 March 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday the league is staging the first finals of the current season. In the morning with a 10.30am kick off; The Jolly Bowman Wallsend will play Stakeford Cherry Tree. Then in the afternoon Bedlington Social Club take on West Allotment in the S A Randolph Cup. This game starts at 2.30 pm.
The quarter final of the Eric Anderson Cup saw Bedlinhgton Social Club progress to the semi final with a 7-0 win over Newbiggin Sunday. Goals for the Social Club came from Damien Stevens and Andrew Welsh with two each. Shay Richardson, Andrew McLennen and Joe Bolam completed the scoring.
Reaching the semi final of the JD Marnock Cup was Blyth Town Sunday. They won at division one side Ashington Black Rose 9-2. Adam Wright led the scoring for Blyth Town with four. Carl Hetherington scored a hattrick. Cole Williams and Leo Simkins completed the scoring. Kale Mulligan and David Sturgeon scored for the Black Rose.

In the premier division Newsham and New Delaval had a good win at home 5-2 against West Allotment. David Lillico led the scoring for the home side with two. Connor Vincent, Regan Pegg and Joe Betts completed the scoring. Paul Noon scored both goals for the Allotment side. Ashington Station Lounge continued their good form with a 5-0 win away against Bedlington Station Social Club. Connor Willis led the scoring for the Lounge with a hattrick. Matty Nelson and Sam Bethell completed the scoring.

Division One saw The Jolly Bowman win 6-1 at home against Blyth Isabella Sunday. Scoring for the Bowman was Jack McNally, Harvey Walsh and Kieran Kairns all with two each. Azim Anwar scored for the Isabella.

Clubs who are playing next week, remember you phone my mobile number, not the house phone.

Sunday, 27 February 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the NFA Sunday Cup Station Lounge Ashington won the game between the two Blyth sides 4-2 on penalties. The game ended 1-1 with David Lillico scored for Newsham and New Delaval. Andrew Bell scored for the Lounge. They will now meet Burradon and New Fordley who beat Bedlington Social Club 3-1. Damien Stevens scored for the Social Club.

Reaching the semi final of the Eric Anderson Cup was Blyth Isabella Sunday. They won a very close game against the Fat Ox by the odd goal in three. Goals for the Isabella came from Jamie Carling and Jake Thompson. Adam Illingworth scored for the Ox.

Division one saw Stakeford Cherry Tree win 6-0 away against Ashington Black Rose. Leading the scoring for the cherry Tree was Byren Atkinson with 2. Further goals came from keeper Robert Hodgson with a penalty, Jake Nichol, Bradley Higgins and Jordan Hancock. Newbiggin Sunday had a good win 3-1 against the Jolly Bowman. Goals for the Newbiggin side were Kyle Downey, Lee Messenger and Scott Neal. Jack McNally scored for the Bowman.

Sunday, 13 February 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday the league has three teams involved in the NFA Sunday Cup semi finals. Once again Newsham and New Delaval will be at home against Station Lounge Ashington for the second week running. While Bedlington Social Club Utd is away against Burradon and New Fordley from the Cramlington Sunday League.

In the semi finals of the Alan Davison Cup saw The Jolly Bowman and Newsham and New Delaval reach the final. The Jolly Bowman won at Blyth Town Sunday by 5-1. Jack McNally led the scoring for the Bowman with a hattrick. Jamie Proctor and Mason Stephenson scored their other goals. Carl Hetherington scored for Blyth Town. Newsham and New Delaval won by the odd goal in five against Station Lounge Ashington. Goals for the Newsham side came from David Lillico, Liam Greemacre and Joe Betts. Liam Thompson scored both goals for the Lounge. They will do it all again next week in the County Sunday Cup.

Division one saw Newbiggin Sunday win 7-2 away against Blyth Isabella Sunday. Lee Messenger led the scoring for the Newbiggin Sunday with 4. Kyle Downey scored their other goals. On target for the Isabella side was Josh Miller and Nazeem Anwar.

Sunday, 6 February 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the NFA Sunday Minor Cup West Allotment was away against Byker The Old Post Office. However, the Allotment went down 6-1. Daryl Basham scored their consolation goal.

The quarter final of the Eric Anderson Cup saw Stakeford Cherry Tree booked the place in the semi-final with a 3-1 home win against Bedlington Station S C. On target for the Cherry Tree were Jake Phillips, Byren Atkinson and Jordan Hancock. Phil Airey scored for the Station Social Club.

Two games in the premier division saw two teams near the top of the league play each other. Bedlington Social Club and Station Lounge Ashington. However, it was Social Club who came out on top with a 3-0 win. Ethan Page scored 2 and Michael Angus scored for the Social Club. In a local derby Blyth Town Sunday were at home against Newsham and New Delaval. In a very good game, which was close all the way, in the end they had to settle for a point each. The game ended 2-2, on target for the Blyth Town was James Woodhouse and Kevin Long. Replying for the Newsham side was Craig Frazer and David Lillico. However,

In division one saw The Jolly Bowman take the points in a 4-1 home win against The Fat Ox. Goals for the Bowman came from Kieran Carines 2, Jack McNally and Peter Imerson. Adam Illingworth scored the consolation goat for the Fat Ox. Blyth Isabella had a very close game away against Ashington Black Rose. The Isabella won by the odd goal in five. Jake Thompson, John Carins and Connor Wilson scored for the Isabella. Paul Hetherington and Josh Holmes was on target for the Black Rose.

Sunday, 30 January 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The two teams who will be contesting the Final of the of the S A Randolph are, Bedlington Social Club Utd and West Allotment S C. Bedlington eased their way with a 10-0 win against Blyth Town Sunday. Michael Angus and Ethan Page led the scoring both with hattricks. Stephen Lucas added 2, with Andrew McLennen and Joe Bolam completing the scoring. West Allotment won by the odd goal in three against Station Lounge Ashington in a very close encounter. Thomas Faid and Jay Betts scored for the Allotment. Matty Nelson scored for the Lounge.
In the Saints Shield Ashington Black rose and The Fat Ox drew 1-1. David Sturgeon scored for the Black Rose. Tony Woods replied for the Fat Ox.

Only one game in the premier division saw Newsham and New Delaval and Bedlington Station S C share the points in an eight-goal thriller. On target for the Newshan side were Liam McKee 2, Connor Vincent and David Lillico. Olly Dowling led the scoring for the Station Club with 2. Adam Dixon and Reece Crate completed the scoring.

The only game in division one saw Stakeford Cherry Tree just edge the game against a very spirited Blyth Isabella by the odd goal in five. Scorers for the Cherry Tree were Bradley Higgins 2 and Byren Atkinson. On target for the Isabella was Jamie Stewart and Connor Wilson

Sunday, 23 January 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Two quarter finals of the S A Randolph took place today. Station Lounge Ashington was at home against Newsham and New Delaval. West Allotment was at home against Bedlington Bank Top. Station Lounge had a good win 4-0 against the Newsham side. The Lounge led 1-0 at the break with a goal from Connor Willis. Willis added a second, with Matty Nelson also bagging two in the second half. West Allotment also won 4-0 against the Bank Top. Leading the scoring with a hattrick was Ryan Thompson, Jamie Roberts scored their other goal. Station Lounge and West Allotment will now play each other in the semi-final.

In round one of the Eric Anderson Cup saw Ashington Black Rose at home against Bedlington Social Club. Bedlington Social Club were far to strong for the division one opponents. The Social Club winning 12-0. Leading the scoring was Damien Stevens with 6. Andrew McLennen with a hattrick. Dylan Williamson with 2 and Michael Angus with the other goal.
Division one saw The Jolly Bowman win away against Newbiggin Sunday 1-0. Jack McNally scored their goal.
The Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday Football League are accepting applications from teams wishing to join us next season 2022/23.
If you are interested please email our league secretary Frank Scantlebury at frankscantlebury@yahoo.co.uk for further details.

Sunday, 16 January 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the Saints Shield, The Jolly Bowman won a very close game by the odd goal in three away against The Fat Ox. Adam Illingworth scored for the Fat Ox. Goals for the Jolly Bowman came from Jonathan Coulthard and Peter Ibbertson. Newbiggin Sunday were too strong in their away win against Blyth Isabella Sunday, they won 9-0. Leading the scoring for the Newbiggin side was Lee messenger with a hattrick. Further goals came from Ryan Milburn, Kyle Downey and Harry Patterson all with two each.

Games in the premier division saw wins for Bedlington Social Club, Station Lounge Ashington and West allotment. Bedlington Social Club beat Newsham and New Dealaval 3-0. On target for the Bedlington side were Shay Richardson, Damien Stevens and Andrew McLennen. Station Lounge won 5-0 against Blyth Town Sunday. Conn Willis and Ryan Clark led the scoring with two each. Matty Nelson completed the scoring. West Allotment won 5-2 against Bedlington Bank Top. Goals for the Allotment came from Ryan Thompson 2, Mitchell Renney, Daryl Basham and Adam Kierney. On target for the Bank Top was Adam Ord and Tommy Wilkinson.

The only game in division one saw Stakeford Cherry Tree go goal crazy at home against Ashington Black Rose. They won 12-0. Jordan Lashley led the scoring with four. Bradley Higgins scored a hattrick. Jordan Hancock and Cameron Elliott scored two each. Jake Nichol completed the scoring.

Sunday, 9 January 2022

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

There was only one game in the league today. It was a Saints Shield game where Stakeford Cherry Tree won 7-3 away against Newbiggin Sunday. It was a very good game and closer than the score suggests. Goals for the Newbiggin side came from Kyle Downey, Ben Young and Ryan Milburn. Leading the scoring for the Cherry Tree was Jordan Lashley with a hattrick. Jordan Hancock scored two. Further goals came from Jake Nicol and Bradley Higgins.

Sunday, 19 December 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

the George Davison Cup quarter Final Bedlington Social Club had a good win away 9-4 against West Allotment. Goals for the Allotment came from a Michael Butcher hattrick and Jack Armstrong. Leading the scoring for the Bedlington side was Stephen Lucas with 4. Andrew McLennen scored two. Joe Bolam, Daniel Dargue and Shay Richardson scored their other goals,

The Saints Shield saw Newbiggin Sunday and Blyth Isabella draw 2-2. Scott Neal scored both goals for the Newbiggin side. Jamie Carling and Brandon Crisp scored for the Isabella. Jolly Bowman had an easy win at home against The Fat Ox winning 8-3. James Foster led the scoring with a hattrick. Brandon Ford scored two. Further goals came from Jack McNally, Kain Evans and Kyle Charlton.

In the premier division Newsham and New Delaval had a good win at home against Station Lounge Ashington. They won 6-1 with Ryan Waite leading the scoring with a hattrick. Further goals came from Regan Pegg, Craig Frazer and David Lillico. Andrew Bell scored the consolation goal for the Lounge.

To all officials and players, have a good Christmas and New Year break.

Sunday, 12 December 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the Saints Shield, Stakeford Cherry Tree had a good win 6-0 at home against Blyth Isabell. Byren Atkinson led the scoring with 2. Further goals came from Jake Phillips, Jake Nicol, Jordan Hancock and Jordan Lashley. Also winning was The Fat Ox beating Ashington Black Rose 4-2. Jack Bland led the scoring for the Fat Ox with a hattrick. Tony Woods scored their other goal. Kyle Millighan and Shaun Bartram scored for the Black Rose.

The premier division saw win for Bedlington Social Club Utd won against Blyth Town Sunday 5-2. On top form for the Social Club was Damien Stevens scoring four goals. Andrew McLellend scored their other goal. Bedlington Station Social Club won 1-0 against West Allotment with a goal from Darryl Wood.

Sunday, 5 December 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the quarter final of the George Davison Cup, Stakeford Cherry Tree had a good win at home against Blyth Town Sunday winning by 8-4. Leading the scoring for the Cherry Tree was Bradley Higgins with a hattrick. Cameron Elliott and Jordan Lashley both scored two. The final goal came from Jake Nicol. Goals for Blyth Town came from Sam Bexton 2, Ross Gilchrist and Kevin Long.

Division One saw The Fat Ox take all three points away against Ashington Black Rose. The Ox won 3-0 with goals from David Hughes, Adam Illingworth and Luke Malloy.

Sunday, 21 November 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the NFA Sunday Cup both sides progressed to the semi-finals. They are joined by Newsham and New Delaval who had a bye. Bedlington Social Club Utd won 3-2 against Bardon Mill Bowes Lion. Its the third year running they have met in this competition. Scoring the goals for the home side was Michael Angus, Joe Bolam and Dylan Williamson. Station Lounge also won away against Riding Mill. In a very close game, the Lounge were 3-2 with minutes to go. Riding Mill scored a third which looked like taking the game to extra time. However, with just seconds on the clock the Lounge scored the winner. Goals for the Lounge came from Ben Middleton, Liam Thompson, Connor McCabe and Harry Bainbridge.

The Minor cup saw West Allotment have a comfortable win away against Killingworth Arms 10-0. Leading the scoring for the Allotment was Jay Bates with 4. Ryan Thompson scored a hattrick. Further goals came from Mitchell Renney, Tyler Walton, Darryl Basham. The Fat Ox went out going down 5-0 against Dudley and Weetslade.

In the Saints Shield Stakeford Cherry Tree were far too strong for Blyth Rangers winning. They won 10 nil away. Jordan Lashley led the scoring with a hattrick. Cameron Elliott scored twice. Further goals came from Byren Atkinson, Jake Nicol, Bradley Higgins, Reece Farrell and Jordan Hancock.

In the premier division Newsham and New Delaval won 3-0 away against Bedlington Station S C. Goals for the Newsham side came from Joe Betts, Liam McKee and David Lillico

Sunday, 14 November 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday the league as teams playing in NFA Sunday Cup competitions. Two teams playing in the Sunday Cup, Bedlington Station SC is at home to Bardon Mill Bowes Lion. While Station Lounge Ashington travel along the Tyne Valley to take on Riding Mill. In the Minor Cup West Allotment S C is away against Killingworth Arms. The Fat Ox is at home against Dudley and Weetslade.

In the Saints Shield Ashington Black Rose went down at home 4-0 against the very good Jolly Bowman side. Leading the scoring for the Bowman was Jack McNally with a hattrick. Ryan Waterstone scored their other goal. Stakeford Cherry Tree had a good win at home against Newbiggin Sunday 5-1. Another player leading the scoring with a hattrick for the Cherry Tree was Jordan Lashley. Other goals came from Bradley Higgins and Marc Cooper. Scott Neal scored the consolation goal for the Newbiggin side.

In the premier division Bedlington Station SC and Blyth Town Sunday produced an excellent game. In the end it took a goal from Liam Hornsby for the Station S C to take the points. Bedlington Bank Top went down at home 7-2 against high flying Newsham and New Delaval. Joe Thompson and Jonny Barrett scored for the Bank Top. Goals for the Newsham side came from David Lillico and Liam McKee with two each. Further goals came from Joe Betts, Ryan McKee and Bailey Morton.

Division one saw a seven-goal thriller between Blyth Rangers and The Fat Ox. The Fat Ox winning by the odd goal in seven. On target for Blyth Rangers was Jamie Stewart 2 and Jimmy Carling. Goals for the Fat Ox came from Tony Wood 2, with Tom and Adam Illingworth completing the scoring.

Sunday, 7 November 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Clubs, please remember next Sunday is remembrance Sunday. So please observe a minutes silence before your games.
Today saw a quarter final of the George Davison Cup which was called off last week. The Jolly Bowman playing Newbiggin Sunday. It was the Jolly Bowman who reached the semi final with a comfortable 7-2 win. Scott McLaughlin and Ryan Waterstone scored two each for the Bowman. Further goals coming from Dan McLaughlin, Jack McNally and Luke Thompson. On target for the Newbiggin side was Kyle Downey and PJ Holmes.

Only one game in the premier division with Station Lounge Ashington at home against Bedlington Station Social Club. Station Lounge had a good win 7-0. Scoring two goals each was Connor Willis, Matty Nelson and Ryan Clark. Andrew Bell scored their other goal.

Once again only one game was fixtured for division one with Stakeford Cherry Tree at home against The Fat Ox . The Cherry Tree won at home 4-1. Jake Nicol led the scoring with 2. Bradley Higgins and Byren Atkinson completed the scoring. Cuba Heaney scored for the Fat Ox.

Sunday, 31 October 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Two of todays George Davison quarter finals were called off. That Left Newsham and New Delaval against Station Lounge Ashington, Also Stakeford Cherry Tree against Blyth Town Sunday. Newsham and New Delaval eased their way into the semi-final with a 6-0 win against the Station Lounge. Connor Vincent led the scoring for the home side with a hattrick. Bailey Morton, Liam McKee and Craig Frazer completed the scoring. However, Stakeford Cherry Tree against Blyth Town Sunday was abandoned at Half time. Blyth Town were leading 3-2.

In the premier division, Bedlington Bank Top just beat Bedlington Station Social Club by the odd goal in five. Joe Thompson 2 and Reece Farrell scored for the bank Top. Liam Hornsby and Matty Crawford scored for the Social Club.

Sunday, 24 October 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the rearranged NFA Sunday Minor Cup, Blyth Rangers went out against Ponteland Utd 7-4. Goals for Blyth Rangers came from Jake Thompson and Connor Wilson with two each.

In the quarter final of the Alan Davison Cup saw Ashington Black Rose play premier division Newsham and New Delaval. The Black Rose were outplayed going down 7-0. The Newsham side had a man of the match performance from Liam McKee who scored five goals. David Lillico scored the other two.

In the premier division in a very close game between West Allotment and Station Lounge. The Allotment took all three points with a 1-0 win. Their goal coming from Michael Beck. Bedlington Bank Top had a good win at home against Blyth Town Sunday. They won 8-1. Jamie Patterson scored the consolation goal for Blyth Town. No scorers for the Bank Top.

Division one saw Stakeford Cherry Tree have a good win at home against form team The Jolley Bowman. The took all three points with a 5-0 win. Goals for the Cherry tree came from Jake Nicol, Jake Phillips, Cameron Elliott, Bradley Higgins and Robert Watt.

Sunday, 17 October 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The teams involved in the NFA Cup competitions, with two in the Sunday Cup. Also, four team participating in the Minor Cup. Bedlington Social Club Utd had a good win at home 4-1 against Hazlerigg Victory. Damien Stevens led the scoring with 2. Andrew McLennen and Stephen Lucas completed the scoring. Station Lounge Ashington and Prudhoe Halfway House went to penalties. Station had to come from behind on two occasions. Prudhoe had the best of the first half taking a three nil lead. The Lounge came fighting back and at half time with two late goals. Prudhoe went 4-2 up only to go behind 5-4. However, the scored a late goal to take the tie to penalties. The lounge went through by 8-7 on penalties. Goals for the Lounge came from Matty Bell 2, Dan Hudson, Connor McCabe and Andrew Bell.

In the Minor Cup two teams went through, one got beat on penalties. The other game was called off yesterday. West Allotment eased through with a 4-0 win against Monkseaton Hunting Lodge. On target for the Allotment was Michael beck 2, Michael Butcher and Jay Bates. The fat Ox also went through with a 2-0 win against Railway Tavern. Tony Wood scored both goals for the Fat Ox. Jolly Bowman played out a 2-2 against Cramlington Brockwell Seam. However, they lost 6-5 on penalties. Ryan Waterston scored both goals for the Bowman. Blyth Rangers game against Pontleland United should be played next week.

There were only two games in the premier division, Bedlington Station S C go down to neighbours Bedlington Bank Top 6-0. Leading the scoring for Bank Top was Tommy Wilkinson with 2. Further goals came from Adam Dixon, Joe Thompson, Jordan Cuthbertson and Simon Broach. Newsham and New Dealaval won the local derby against Blyth Town Sunday 5-3. Leading the scoring for the Newsham side was Bailey Morton with a hattrick. Shaun Robinson and David Lillico completed the scoring. Goals for Blyth Town came from Carl Hetherington, David Hanson and Cameron Vaung.

Division One saw Newbiggin Sunday win 5-0 away against Ashington Black Rose. On target for the Newbiggin side were Lee and Joe Messenger with two each. Ryan Milburn completed the scoring.

Sunday, 10 October 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next weekend the league has six side involved in NFA Cup ties. In the NFA Sunday Cup, Bedlington Social Club is at home against Hazelrigg Victory. Ashington Station Lounge is also at home against Prudhoe Halfway House. In the Minor Cup, West Allotment is away against Monkseaton Hunting Lodge. Blyth Rangers travel to play Pontleland Utd. The Fat Ox is at home against Railway Tavern and The Jolley Bowman is also at home against Cramlington Brockwell Seam. Don,t forget to ring result in whether your home or away. Good luck to you all.

In round one of the George Davison Cup Ashington Station Lounge were far to strong for Ashington Black Rose. The premier division side ran out winners by 9-3. Connor Willis led the scoring for the Lounge with a hattrick. Matty Nelson and Lewis Robson both score two. Further goals came from Connor McCabe and Andrew Bell. Goals for the Black Rose came from Cal Mulligan, Darren Fawcus and Nathan Rowell. The Fat Ox went down at home 7-2 against Stakeford Cherry Tree. Jack Bland and Caine Bell scored for the Fat Ox. It was a fantastic day for Jordan Lashley. He scored all seven goals for the Cherry Tree.

In the premier division Bedlington Social Club and west Allotment played out a 2-2 draw. Damien Stevens and Michael Angus scored for the Bedlington side. Ryan Thompson scored both goals for the Allotment. Blyth Town Sunday and Bedlington Bant Top also played out a draw 1-1. Ross Gilchrist scored for Blyth Town. Tommy Wilkinson scored for the Bank Top.

Sunday, 3 October 2021

MATCH REOPRT BY NOBBY GILL

In the first round of the Alan Davison Cup, The Fat Ox was at home against premier division side Newsham and New Delaval. The Fat Ox put up a good show before going down 3-1. Adam Illingworth scored for the Ox. David Lillico led the scoring for the visitors with a brace. Shaun Robinson scored their other goal.
In the quarter finals saw wins for Jolly Bowman, Blyth Town and Station Lounge. Blyth Town Sunday beat Newbiggin Sunday by the odd goal in seven. Adam Armstrong, Ryan Milburn and Kyle Downey scored for the Newbiggin side. Goals for Blyth Town came from Liam Gillesphey 2, Ross Gilchrist and Sam Watts. Station Lounge also won by the odd goal in seven at home against Bedlington Bank Top. This game went from end to end for most of the game. Both sides had plenty of chances to win, however, the Lounge hung on for the win. Goals for the Lounge came from Matty Nelson 2, Ben Middleton and Connor McCabe. Tommy Wilkinson 2 and Joe Thompson scored for the Bank Top. Jolly Bowman won 3-1 at home against Bedlington Social Club. Ryan Waterson, Brandon Studholme and Callum Wilson scored for the Boatman. Stephen Lucas scored for the Social Club.

In division one Ashington Black rose went down at home 6-2 against Stakeford Cherry Tree. Jay Scott and Mason Rowell scored for the Black Rose. Goals for the Cherry Tree came from Byren Atkinson 2, Jack Phillips, Jake Nicol, Bradley Higgins and Cameron Elliott.

Sunday, 26 September 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the first round of the George Davison Cup, The Jolly Bowman had a good home win at home 4-1 against Bedlington Bank Top from the premier division. Jack MacNally led the scoring with 2, Ryan Waterson and Dan McLaughlin completed the scoring. Tommy Wilkinson scored the consolation goal for the bank Top. In the other first round tie, Blyth Town Sunday were far to strong for Blyth Rangers running out 10 nil winners. Leading the scoring for Blyth Town was second half substitute Martyn Hepple with 4. Liam Gillesphey scored a hattrick. Former Rangers player Harry Sawyer scored two. Rob Ridley completed the scoring.

In the Alan Davison Cup, another round one tie saw Ashington Black Rose win away in very close game by the odd goal in five against West Allotment. The Allotment are still not at full strength due to Covid. Ben Gilroy and Mark Knights scored for the Allotment. Goals for the Black Rose came from David Sturgeon 2 and Sean Bartram.

In the premier division Bedlington Social came out on top in a local derby 3-1 against Bedlington Station Social Club. Goals for the home side came from Michael Angus 2 and a penalty from Damien Stevens. Darren Reay scored for the Station.

Stakeford Cherry Tree won at home 4-2 against Newbiggin Sunday. Leading the scoring for the Cherry tree was Jordan Lashley with 2. Jake Nicol and Bradley Higgins completed the scoring.

Sunday, 19 September 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The two teams involved in the NFA Sunday Minor cup both progressed to the next round. The Fat Ox went through as their opponents folded. West Allotment had a good win away against 6-3 against Newcastle Trent House. On target for the Allotment was Scott McDonald 2, Dean Smith, Mitchell Renney and Ryan Thompson.

In round one of the Alan Davison Cup saw Station Lounge, Jolly Bowman and Blyth Town Sunday progress to the second round. The Station Lounge won away against Blyth Rangers 7-2. Jamie Stewart scored both goals for Blyth Rangers. Leading the scoring for the Lounge was Ryan Clark with a hattrick. Further goals came from Connor McCabe, Ben Middleton, Andrew Bell and Connor Willis. Stakeford Cherry Tree and Blyth Town Sunday was decided on penalties with the score 2-2 after extra time. Liam Gillesphey scored both goals for Blyth Town. The Jolly Bowman had an excellent win at home against Bedlington Station Social Club 6-3. Goals for the Bowman came from Lee Crammond, Scott Turner, James Proctor, Jack MacNally, Scott McLaughan and Ryan Waterson.
In the premier division Bedlington Bank Top went down at home against Bedlington Social Club 7-2. Tommy Wilkinson and Jack Ince scored for the Bank Top. Damien Stevens led the scoring for the Social Club with a hattrick. Further goals came from Peter Roberts, Josh Willis, Ben Cullen and Rio Eastway.

Newbiggin Sunday won 6-0 at home against Ashington Black Rose. Joe Messenger and Ryan Milburn led the scoring for Newbiggin, both scoring two goals each. Andrew Armstrong and Kyle Downey completed the scoring.

Sunday, 12 September 2021

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

I would like to thank all clubs for the respect they showed for not ringing me with the results over the past few weeks. It has been tough coming to terms with the sudden death of my wife, which was not expected. Thanks for Davy for taking over during this period.
In the league games today only one game was played in the top division. Blyth Town Sunday went down 4-1 at home against Bedlington Station Social Club. On target for the home side was Martyn Hepple. Goals for the Station came from Reece Elliott, Ethan Smith, Jai Chung and Liam Hornsby.
Ashington Black Rose lost at home against The Jolly Bowman 8-1. Ethan Lowes scored the consolation goal for the Black Rose. Leading the scoring for the Bowman were Tommy Crowe and Johnathan Coulthard with two each. Further goals coming from Brandon Ford, Lea Crammond, Jack MacNally and Hayden Jeffrey. The Fat Ox also lost at home 8-2 against Stakeford Cherry Tree. However, I have no goal scorers at present.

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