Sunday, 14 October 2018
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLNext week Ashington RAOB are in the NFA Sunday Cup. They will be at home aginst Burradon and New Fordley from the Cramlington League with a ten thirty kick off.
Blyth United Services played in the NFA Minor Cup round one. They were at home against Cramlington Brockwell Seam. They put up a good figtht, however, they went down 2-0
There was three games in the premier division today. Amble Tavern won a very close game at home against Newsham Victory. The game was decided, by the only goal of the game scored by Brad McClellend. Blyth Town Sunday had a good win at home against Newbiggin New Ship. They won the game 4-1. Liam Gillesphie led the scoring with two. Daniel Carr and Jamie Patterson completed the scoring. Lee Warren was on target for the Ship. East Chevington won at home against Bedlington Social Club United by the odd goal in five. Goals for the Chevington side came from Calvin Baston, Jack Small and Kevin Bell. On target for the Bedlington Social Club were Joe Moscrop and Andrew McLennan.
Ashington Town Mortimer won away 7-2 against Cambois Club. Goals for Cambois Club came from Marc Donahue and Brad Douglas. Liam Thompson and Daniel Hartshorn led the3 scoring for the Mortimer with two each. Further goals came from Michael Grieves, Andrew Bell and Rhys Haley. The Sun Inn Bedlington went down at home 4-2 against Ellington Plough. Brandon Lawson scored both goals for the Sun Inn. On target for the Plough were Tom Rolt, Max Robinson, James Elliott and Ryan Prauschke. Ashington Town Central and Cramlington Burton House had to settle for a point each in a goalless draw.
Sunday, 7 October 2018
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLThe two Finals of the David Crichton Memorial Cup took place at Ashington Football Club. The league wish to thank the club and staff for the use of their facilties for the two games where all proceeds go to charities.
In the moring the under fifteen final took place with two excelents junior teams in Wallsend BC and Whitley S C Blues producing a cracking final. Wallsends had most of the early play and could have taken a the lead when their forward was clear. However, a Bay defender managed to get back and put in a good tackle. The Bay came back into the game and took the lead on twentynine minutes when Lyall Chapman scored. Wallsend started to play some good football, however, their finishing was letting them down. The Bay held their lead to the break. Wallsend came out determined to get back on level terms, however they found the Bay defence; holding firm. Whitley Bay was reduced, to ten players with fifteen minutes left, and started to lose their way. However, their keeper came to the rescue on three occaisions to keep his side in front. With a couple on minutes left, the bay keeper pulled off two tremdous saves, which proved vital. The Bay held on to lift the trophy.. Trophies were presented by Stuart Pringle a NFA Councillor and Committee man from the Cramlington Sunday League.
In the afternoon Bedlington Social Club took on Burradon and New Fordley. It was a very close in the early stages with both sides trying to get a foothold. It was the Bedlington side which took the lead on nineteen minutes when Joe Bolam scored. Burradon came back stronly, however, their finishing let them down. They had numerous chances to score at least four goals. Bedlington held on untill the break. Burradon cxame out in the second half and took a grip on the game. They dominated the midfield and began to put pressure on the Bedlington defence. Burradon finally drew level with a penalty converted by Mathew Tumilty. Burradon then took the lead when the keeper spilled a long range shot and Jack Foalle nipped in to score. A third came soon afterwhen Liam Hudson converted after a a quick break by the winger. Bedlington did have a couple of chances to get back into the game but the Burradon keeper made two fine saves. Burradon held on to retain the trophy. Trophies at the end of the game was presented by Bill Fuller a member of the Crichton family
In the NFA Minor Cup round one, East Chevington went out 5-1 at home against Benwell Sports. Jonathan Graham scored for the Chevington side. Newsham Victory came from a goal down to reach round two with a 4-1 home win. Goals for the Vic came from David Lillico 2, Craig Frazer and Liam McGee.
Division one saw an Ashington derby produce ten goals. However, it was Ashington Mortimer beat the Central by 6-4. Michael Todd led the scoring for the Central with a hattrick. Scott Neal scored their other goal. Goals for the Mortimer came from Lee Messenger and Andrew Bell with two each. Oliver Dowling and Ryan McKee scored theor other goals. Ellingto Plough won 4-2 at home against The Black Horse. On target for the Plough were Byren Atkinson with two. Max Robinson and David Thompson scored one each. Luke Celino and Kevin Marsden scored for the Black Horse. A very weakened Sun Innfound it tough going against the Burton House going down 14-0. John Leonard and Michael Jordan scored four each. Jordan Leonard scored a hattrick. Further goals came from Lewis Allen, Tom Towart and James Thompson.
Sunday, 30 September 2018
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLOn Sunday the two David Crichton Cup finals will take place at Ashington Football Club Woodhorn Lane. In the morning the under fifteen final will be between Wallsend B C and Whitley Bay Sporting Club with a 10.30 kick off. Then in the afternoon with a 2pm start, Bedlington Social Club Utd will play Burradon and New Fordley from the Cramlington Sunday League.
Also, next Sunday, three teams from the league are playing in the NFA Sunday Minor Cup. Blyth United Services will be at home against Cramlington Brockwell Seam from the Cramlington League. East Chevington is at home against Benwell Sports and Newsham Victory will be at home against Wallsend Rising Sun.
Three teams from the league progressed to the next round of the NFA Sunday Cup. Bedlington Social Club, Ashington RAOB and Amble Tavern all with good wins. Bedlington won 8-1 at5 home against Prudhoe Town Sunday. Leading the scoring was Joe Moscrop with a hattrick. Craig Webb scored two. Further goals coming from; Adeam Harvey, Adam Ord and Michael Angus. The Buffs won away against league rivals Blyth Town Sunday 5-2. Martyn Hepple and Liam Gillesphie scored for the Blyth side. Damien Stevens put in a star performance scoring four goals for the Buffs. Josh Willis completed the scoring. Amble Tavern hit double figures away at Walker Jubilee scoring 10 goals. The Jubilee did manage one goal. Darren Riddell led the scoring with a hattrick. Josh Hay netted twice. Further goals coming from; Ross Gair, Rob Baker, Ryan Douglas, Connor Leason and Kelvin Flannagan.
In the premier division, Newbiggin New Ship won at home by the odd goal in three against Bubbles Ashington. It was end to end action for most of the game with both sides creating many chances. However, goals for the Ship coming from Lee Warren and Karl Davison won the points for the home side. Jordan Lashley scored for Bubbles.
In division one, Ashington Town Mortimer were far to strong for The Sun Inn. They won the encounter 11-2 at home. Lee Messenger and Andrew Berll led the scoring for the Mortimer with hattricks. Michael Grieves scored two. Also on target were Liam Thompson, Ryan McKee and Daniel Hartshorn. Michael Walton scored both goals for the Sun Inn. Cambois Club were doing well at home against Ashington Town Central. The scores were level, at the break; however, the Central scored four in the second half without reply. On target for the Central were Michael Todd 2, Andrew Pett and Arron Oates. Cramlington Burton House and The Black Horse had to settle for a point apiece in a 1-1 draw. John Leonard scored for the Burton with Michael Starkie scored for the Black Horse.
Home clubs please remember to ring results to my mobile number next week as I am at the cup finals.
Sunday, 23 September 2018
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLIn the first round of the S A Randolph Cup there were wins for Ashington RAOB, Bedlington Social Club, Blyth Town and Newsham Victory. Ashington RAOB won 6-1 away against Amble Tavern. Jake Baker scored for the Tavern. Goals for the Buffs came from Chad Miller and Andrew Carr with two each. Sean Gibson and Kyle Downey completed the scoring. Bedlington won away 6-1 against East Chevington. Max Anderson scored for the home side. Adam Ord led the scoring for the Social club with a hattrick. Further goals came from Chris Glass, Craig Webb and Kieran Eagan. Bubbles Ashington went down at home by the odd goal in five against Newsham Victory. Jordan Lashley scored both goals for Bubbles. On target for the Vic was Michael Robinson 2 and Liam McGee. Blyth Town also won by the only goal of the game scored by Robert Ridley at home against Newbiggin New Ship. The home side had keeper David Hansen for the victory has he saved a penalty in the last minute.
Games in division one saw The Black Horse gain their first win with a 4-2 home win against The Sun Inn Bedlington. Michael Hartley led the scoring with 2. Further goals came from Chris Barnfather and Andy Gay. Jack Anderson and Mathew Burn scored for the Sun Inn. Ashington Town Mortime win 8-5 at home against Blyth United Services. Lee Messenger led the scoring for the Mortimer with five. Bradley Higgins scored two and Cristian Priest completed the scoring. Dean Fitch and Pul Huck with two each, and Marin Robinson scored for the Services. Ellington Plough also won 4-2 at home against Ashington Town Central. Goals for the Plough came from Bryen Atkinson with two. James Elliott and Lewis Milburn completed the4 scoring. Goals for the Central came from Scott Neal and Michael Todd.
Sunday, 16 September 2018
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLOnce again, it was all cup games this weekend with the first round of the George Davison Cup.
East Chevington had a comfortable win at home against Cramlington Burton House winning by 9-0. Leading the scoring for the Chevington side was Kevin Bell with 5. Joe Henderson scored twice. Jack Small and Max Anderson completed the scoring. Amble Tavern also went goal crazy beating Cambois Club 13-4 at home. Josh Hay led the scoring with 5. Ross gair added 4. Ross Moore scored twice. Connor Leason and Mathew Graham completed the scoring. Goals for the Cambois Club were Marc Donaghey with two, Brad Nicholls and Sean Barker with one each. Ashington Town Central and Newsham Victory went all the way to penalties to decide the match. Newsham ran out 4-2 on penalties. Scores were level one each after normal and extra time. Scott Neal scored for the Central. Shaun Robinson replied for the Vic. Ashington Town Mortimer and Blyth United Services also went to extra time before it was decided. The game was level at four each at the end of normal time, however, the Mortimer went through 6-4 after extra time. Goals scored in normal time for the Mortimer came from Lee messenger 2, Liam Thompson andGraeme Buller. Scoring for the Services were Joe McDonald, James More, Tom Jackson and Ryan McKee. Scoing the goals in extra time for the Mortimer was Lee Messenger completing his hattrick and Liam Thompson. Bedlington Social Club went through at home 4-2 against Blyth Town Sunday. Bedlington could have scored more except for the excellent form of keeper David Hansen in the Town goal. On target for the Social Club were Joe Bolam, Joe Moscrop, Craig Webb and Adam Ord. Daryl Pendleton scored both goals for the Town. Bubbles Ashington won at home 3-1 against Ellington Plough. Robert Sharp2 and Paul Hetherington scored for Bubbles. Max Robinson was on target for the Plough. Monkseaton Black Horse put up a brave performance at home against Ashington RAOB, only going down 5-1. Michael Starkie scored for the Black Horse. Goals for the Buffs came from Kyle Downey 2, Chad Miller, Andrew Carr and Brent Aisbitt. The Sun Inn also did well against Newbiggin New Ship in a very entertaining game before going down 3-1. Ryan Crocker scored for the Sun Inn. Goals for The Ship came from Lee warren, Liam Halliday and Ben Young.
Sunday, 9 September 2018
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLThe first round of the Alsn Davison Cup took place at the weekend. There was no shock results, although there was a few close games.
Ashington Town Central came up against in form Newbiggin New Ship and went down to a heavy defeat 11-1.. Scott Neal scored for the Central Karl Davison led the scoring for the Ship with four. David Jobson scored twice. Further goals came from Liam Halliday, McAuley Burt, Steven Sanderson, Colin McLellend and Nick Storey. Ashington Mortimer went down 3-1 at home against Ashington RAOB. Liam Thompson scored for the Mortimer. Goals for the Buff came from Kyle Downey, Chad miller and Andrew Carr. Ashington Bubbl;es also went down at home 5-0 against Newsham Victory. On target for the Vic were Ryan Waite 2, David Lillico, Daniel James and Chris Coppen. Burton House won 4-1 at home against the Sun Inn. Scoring two goals each for the Burton was Tom Towart and Jake Larmouth. In an all premiership tie Amble Tavern went through by the odd goal in three away against East Chevington. Josh Baston scored for the home side. Goals for the Tavern came from Kelvin Flannagan and Ross Gair. Ellington Plough went through with a 3-1 home win against Cambois Club. Goals for the Plough came from Alistar McLean, Tom Rolt and Ryan Praushke. Monkseaton Black Horse went down 5-1 at home against Bedlington Social Club. Michael Hartley scored for the Black Horse. Craig Webb led the scored for the Socials Club with 2. Also on target were Chris Phillips, Chris Hay and Andrew McLennen.
Sunday, 2 September 2018
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLIn the Blyth League final of the David Crichton Memorial Cup, Amble Tavern was at home against Bedlington Social Club Utd. In a very excellent game Bedlington Social deserved their victory. On target for the Bedlington side were Chris Phillips and Josh Monaghan. They will now meet the winners from the Cramlington Sunday League in four weeks time at Ashington Football Club.
Games in thew premier division saw wins forEast Chevington and Newbiggin New Ship have a tremendous encounter. They scored eight goals between them in a four all draw. Goals for Chevington came from Jack Small, Kevin Bell, Jonathan Graham and Max Anderson. Liam Halliday with two, Karl Davison and Darren Burn replied for the New Ship. Bubbles Ashington and Newsham Victory scored seven goals between them, with the Vic taking the points in the end. Jordan Hancock two and Jordan Lashley scored for Bubbles. David Lillico two and one each for Connor Vincent and Kofi Park scored for the Vic. Ashington RAOB completed the double over Blyth Town Sunday with a four nil home win. Goals for the Buffs came from Damien Stevens, Callum Donohoe, Dylan Williamson and Chad Miller.
Division one saw Ashington Town Central come back from two goals down and take the points in a seven goal thriller against Blyth United Services. The had plenty of chances, however, the squandered them. They had a bit of luck as well. The Services had the chance to go three one up, however, they missed a penalty. This allowed the Central to come back and take the points. Goals for the Central came from Michael Todd 2, and one each for Mark Wilkinson and David Kewn. Goals for the Services came from David Long, Paul Huck and Dylan Robinson. Ellington Plough and Cambois Club played out a two all draw. Sam Robinson scored both goals for the Plough. Scoring both goals for Cambois Club was Jay Chung. Cramlington Burton House and the Mortimer from Ashington produced a seven spree, however, it was the Ashington side which took the points by the odd goal. Michael Jordan 2 and Tom Towart scored for the Burton. Goals for the Mortimer came from a Lee Messenger hattrick and Bradley Higgins.
Sunday, 26 August 2018
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLEast Chevington had a good win at home against Blyth Town Town Sunday 5-1. Putting in a star performace for the home side was Kevin Bell scoring a hattrick. Peter Murray completed the scoring with the other two. Gavin Agnew scored the consolation goal for Blyth Town. In a very tight game at Ashington, The Buffs were made to fight all the way to gain maximum points by Newbiggin New Ship. Anthony Watson gave the Buffs the lead with a tremendous shot into the top corner. The Ship kept preessing to get level without much luck. With ten minutes left the Buffs gained a free kick, Kyle Downey made it two nil from the kick.
Blyth United Services played host to Cambois Club, however, they went down 2-1. Kyle Walker scored for the Services. Arron Wright and Jay Chung scored for the Cambois Club. Cramlington Burton House continued their good start to the season with a 7-1 home win against Bedlington Sun Inn. Players scoring two each were Karl Boughen, Tom Towart and Danny Maddox. Jordan Leonard scored their other goal. Jordan Mulldoon scored for the Sun Inn.Monkseaton Black Horse went down at home 3-1 against Ellington Plough. Ryan Miller was on target for the Black Horse. Goals for the Plough came from Jack Hunter, Sam Robinson and Mathew Turner.
Sunday, 19 August 2018
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLIn 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
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLThe 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
MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILLIn 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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