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Sunday, 20 May 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Amble Tavern won at home in a very close game against Bedlington Social Club Utd by the odd goal in seven. this win made sure they were crowned champions. Goals for the Tavern came from star man Brad McLellen 2, Craig Muter and Matty Graham. On target for the Social Club were Craig Webb, Joe moscrop and Michael Angus. Joe Moscrop was their star man. At the end of the game, League Chairman Colin Douglas presented the trophy to the Amble skipper. This makes up for last season when the lost the title in the very last game. Ashington RAOB year of champions came to an eAmblend with a home defeat against Blyth Town Sunday. They went down 5-2, Kyle Downey scored both goals for the Buffs with Josh Willis again their star man. Paul Katz led the scoring for the Town with two. Further goal scame from Martyn Hepple, Jack Patterson and Darren Pendleton. Stand in keeper Daniel Wilson was their star player. Ashington Town Central won at home in another seven goal thriller. They won by the odd goal against Marden Residents. Star man Michael Todd led the scoring with two. Aaron Oaks and Kevin Chapman scored their other goals. Chris Ridgeway 2 and Joe Bell scored fror the Residents. Keeper Ross Little was their star man.

Division one saw High Street go down 5-1 at home against local rivals Newsham Victory. Chris Laidlaw scored for the Street. Jordan Wilson was their star man. Chris Coppen led the scoring for the Vic with two. David Lillico, Craig Frazer and star man Dean Linney completed the scoring. Ashington Station Lounge and Block and Tackle shared the points in this local derby with a 4-4 draw. Star man Damien Stevens led the scoring for the Lounge with a hattrick. Alan Gibbard was also on target. Bradley Higgins 2, Ross Jeffrey and Callum Johnson scored for the Block and Tackle.Drew Tipple was their star man.

Next Sunday the final league games take place. The division one title should be decided next week.

Sunday, 13 May 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Amble Tavern failed to retain the NFA Sunday Cup. They went down 4-3 against Blucher Blue Star. Amble played most of the game with ten men after a player was sent off in the first half. The game was very even and it could have gone either way. It loked like extra time was looming. Amble with a couple of minutes left hit the post. Then Blucher broke down field, however the Amble defender and keepermade a mistake, which allowed the Blucher player to score the winner. Goals for Amble came from Phil Airey and Rob Baker.

The premier division saw Earsdon Red Lion win a thriller at home by the odd goal in nine against Blyth Town Sunday. On target for mthe Lion were Dean Clay 2, Adam Tierney, Dale Walton and Matty Newman. Goals for Blyth Town came from Kevin Long 2, Martyn Hepple and Andrew Scott. Stars players were Matty Newman for the Lion and James Sinton for the Town. East Chevington won 9-3 at home against Ashington Town Central. Darren Smith led the scoring for the home side with four. Kevin Bell and Max Anderson added two each. Luke Baston completed the scoring. Michael Todd 2 and Kevin Chapman. Star players were Darren Smith for the home side and Michael Todd for the Central.

Division one saw wins for Ashington Station Lounge, High Street and Newsham Victory. Station won a local derby away against the Sporting Club 7-2. Jamie Graham and jamie Irving socred for the Sporting Club. Chad Miller led the scoring for the Lounge with four. Ben Cairns scored twice and Jordan Leonard completed the scoring. High Street won away against Block and Takle 5-1. Ros Jeffrey scored for the home side. Anthony Goldie led the scoring for the street with two. Duane Dunn, Chris Arkless and Brandan Nadeem scored the others. Newsham Victory also won 5-1 at home against Ellington Plough. David Lillico 2, Craig Frazer, Daniel James and Chris Coppen scored for the Vic. Ryan Gair scored for the Plough.

Sunday, 6 May 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday morning Amble Tavern are in the NFA Sunday Cup final. They are looking to retain the Trophy. They are up against Blucher Blue Star. The is at Whitley Park with a 10.30 kick off.

In the premier division Blyth Town Sunday won at home 5-1 against Ashington RAOB. On target for the home side was Daniel Carr 2, Adam Hughes, Peter Roberts and Daniel Long. Man of the match was Daniel Long. Star man Liam Davidson scored for the Buffs. Earsdon Red Lion went down at home by the odd goal in five against East Chevington. Clive Campbell and Jay Walton scored for the Lion. Max Anderson 2 and Josh Baston scored for the Chevington side.

Division one saw Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern win at home 9-1 againstAshington Sporting Club. Goals for the Shakespeare came from Richard Burn and Alex Hunt both with hattricks. John Spray scored 2, Michael Walton completed the scoring. Ryan Crocker scored for the Sporting Club. Bebside Inn also won at home against Ellington Plough 6-1. Kyle Walker and Ryan Waite scored two each. David Long and Ryan Scott scored their other two goals. Olly Dowling scored for the Plough. Top game in the division saw Newbiggin New Ship go down at home 4-2 against High Street. Ashley Smith and Liam Halliday. Anthony Goldie led the scoring for the Street with a hattrick. Jason Smart scored their other goal.

Sunday, 29 April 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The last two finals of the season took place at Morpeth Towns Ground. The morning final saw Newsham Victory take on Block and Tackle Ashington. Block and Tackle were looking two lift their second trophy in two weeks. The Vic were hoping to go one better and reverse their defeat a few weeks ago. After a very slow start with both sides trying to gain the upper hand. Chances were very few with much of the action in midfield. Block and Tackle took the lead when they were awarded a penalty. Steven Patterson stepped up and slotted home. Newsham came more into the game playing some good football. However, the end product was lack with some wild shooting. The Ashington side made some chances but failed to increase their lead. Just before the break Newsham's Mark Ordhit a goal bound shot from twenty five yards.. The shot was heading for the tpop corner. The keepermoved to his left and pulled of a great save pushing the ball out for a corner. The score remined one nil to the Tackle at the break. Newsham started the second half on the front foot and looked the more likely side to score. On sixty five minutes Craig Frazer scored for the Vic. Both sides then produced the best footbal of the game, both making making chances to take the lead. Block and Tackle looked dangerous on the break, it was no surprise when they caught Newsham pushing to many players forward. The Tackle hit them on the break with five players against the Newsham two. The ball found its way to Ross Jeffrey who slotted home. With fifteen minutes left both sides had a player sent off. Newsham continued to push forward, however, they found Simpson in the Block Tackle goal saving numerous shot with outstanding saves. With five minutes left, Chris Yellowley came off the bench for the Nesham side. With the game in added time Chris Yellowley scored for the Vic level. Newsham had a chance to win the game in the dying seconds. They won a free kick on the edge of the box. However, the shot sailed high and wide. That was the last action as the referee blew for time. The game went into extra time with not many chances created. The game finally ended 2-2. So it was down to a penalty shoot out. Newsham stared very badly. They missed their first two penalties with the Block and Tackle scoring both theirs. Block and Tackle won 4-2 on penalties. League Chairman Colin Douglas thanked both sides and thanked match sponsor Trevor Scott from C R Scott limited from Byth who turned up to present the trophies. Man of the match awrd went to Craig Frazer from Newsham Victory. Praise went to Rachal Martin who had an excellent game.

The afternoon final saw Ashington RAOB looking to lift another trophy after their win last week. This time they were up against Amble Tavern in the George Davison Cup Final. However they could have got off to a worse start when Amble went ahead after eight minutes. The Buffs keeper made a save from Mathew Graham, then somehow the player kneed the ball into the net over the keeper. On fifteen minutes the Buffs were reduced to ten players with aplayer being sent off. Ten minutes later Mathew Graham scored with a trmendous shot giving the keeper no chance. This gave the Tavern breathing space and control of the game. The Buffs still played some good football, however, they found the Tavern defence a hard nut to crack. They Tavern went in at the break two up. The second half was much like the first with the Tavern pulling the strings. The Buffs were dangerous on the break but found the final killer pass lacking. Both sides made changes, however, the Tavern held on to lift the Trophy. League Chairman Colin Douglas thanked all the supporters for turning up. He the thanked Morpeth Town Football Club and Staff for the excellent service we received over the day. Colin then introduced Colin Bassam from Port Training Services Blyth for sponsoring the final and presenting the trophies a too all parties. The man of the match award went to Ross Gair from Amble Tavern.

In the premier division Ashington Town Central had a good win at home against Blyth Town Sunday winning 3-1. They had Michael Todd in fine form scoring a hattrick. Jack Patterson scored for Blyth Town. Whitehouse Ashington went down at home 2-1 against Earsdon Red Lion. Robert Watt scored for the Whitehouse. Goals for the Lion came from Andy Smith and Scott Purcell.

Only game in division one saw High Street complete the double of North Blyth Bar. They won 10-1 this time around. Goals for the Street came from Anthony Goldie, Chris Laidlaw and Chris Arkless with two each. Further goals coming fromEoin Ridley, Daniel Wardle, Michael Haley and Sean Craddock. Andrew Armstrong scored for the North Bar.

Sunday, 22 April 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Ashington Sides Lift Both Trophies

On Sunday The league will hold the last finals of the season. In the morning with a 10.30 kick off, Block and Tackle will be up against Newsham Victory in the Saints Shield. This final is sponsored by Trevor Scott Ltd. In the afternoon Ashington RAOB will play Amble Tavern in the George Davison Cup. Kick off will be 2.30, this final is sponsored by Port Training Services. Both these finals will be played at Morpeth Town Ground.

In the J D Marnock final Earsdon Red Lion took on Block and Tackle Ashington. In a very tight game most of the action was in midfield. Both sides did create a few chances however they came to nothing. The game came to life on the half hour mark. A through ball found Bradley Higgins and he finished with ease. This sparked the Red Lion in action. The had a very good chane to draw level. The forward beat the keeper with his shot; however, it came back of the post. The rebound it the forward again, somehow the ball trickled aross the goal to just go wide of the other post. The tackle held on to go in at the break in the lead. The second half again followed the first with both sides producing some good football with no end product. Block and Tackle held out to lift the Trophy. The final was sponsored by Reay Security Blyth. Trophies were presented by N F A Councillor Frank Scantlebury. Man of the match award went to Karl Adkins from the Block and Tackle.

The afternoon final final was between Bedlington Social Club Utd and Ashington RAOB in their secon final of the season. The final was sponsored by Standard Security Blyth. This was another exciting final. Bedlington Social Club had the first chance to take the lead when they had a penalty. However, they failed to convert the spot kick with the Buffs keeper diving to his left and pushing the ball wide. The game went end to end with not many chances. In added time before the break, the Buffs were awarded a penalty. Kyle Downey stepped up and blasted the ball into the net giving the keeper no chance. The second half continued tobe end to end with the Bedlington side pushing forward. However, the Buffs increased their lead when Kyle Oliver made it two. With time running out, the Bedlington side scored with Dylan Williamson scoring. They only had a few added minutes to find another goal. Unfortunately, they ran out of time. Mr Scantlebury thanked the Sponsors Suzzette Scott and family for sponsoring the final. James Scott son of the sponsors presented the trophies. Man of the match award went to the Buffs Keeper Sean McCafferty.

The league would like to thank Ashington Football Club and Staff for allowing us to hold our finals. Many Thanks from all the Leagues Committee.

In the premier division Blyth Town Sunday won 4-1 at home aginst Marden Residents. On target for the Town was Peter Roberts 2, Paul Cotterill and Danny Long. Kenny Malia scored for the Residents. East Chevington and Amble Tavern played out a 2-2 draw. Darren Smith and Kevin Bell scored for the Home side. Chris Graham and Phil Airey scored for the Tavern.

Division One saw Ashington Sporting Club go down 7-2 at home against Bebside Inn. Marc Ord and Jamie Irving scored for the Sporting Club. Martin Robinson led the scoring for the Bebside with a hattrick. Joe McDanald, Robert Sharp, Kofi Park and Brooklyn Mole completed the scoring. Newsham Victory won away 5-0 against Ashington Station Lounge. The Vics goals came from Curtis Miller 2, Shaun Robinson, Dean Linney and Daniel James. High Street also won away by the odd goal in five against Bedlington F C Sunday. Michael Grieves scored both goals for the Bedlington Side. Anthony Goldie scored a hattrick for the Street.Ellington Plough and North Blyth Bar played out a 2-2 draw. Jack Hunter and Sam Wright scored for the Plough. Jordan Streener scored both goals for the Blyth Bar.

Sunday, 15 April 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

On Sunday two finals will take place at Ashington Football Club Woodhorne Lane. In the morning with a ten thirty kick off. Earsdon Red Lion will play Block and Tackle from Ashington in the J D Marnock Cup. This game is sponsored by Reay Security. In the afternoon with a two thirty kick off Bedlington Social Club will play Ashington RAOB in the S A Randolph Cup. This game is sponsore4d by Standard Security Blyth.

In the last semi final of the George Davison Cup Amble Tavern went through with a 3-0 win. Thbey led one nil at the break with a Josh Hay penalty. Josh Hay went on to complete his hattrick including a second penalty. Star players were Ross Gair for the Tavern and David Long for Blyth Town.

In division one, Ashington Sporting went down six nil in a local dearby against Block and Tackle. On target for the visitors was David Hepple 2, Sam Wake, Bradley Higgins, Steven Patterson and Lewis Carr. Star players were Chris Strong for the Sporting Club and Cristian Priest for the visitors. Bebside Inn and Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern played out a 2-2 draw. Goals for the Bebside came from Martin Kelly and an own goal. On target for the Shakespeare came from Ryan Raymond and Ian Jackson. Star players were Kofi Park for the Bebside and John Spray for the Shakespeare. Ellington Plough and High Street also played out a draw 1-1. Jack Phillips scored for the Plough and Chris Laidlaw for the Street. Star players were Olly Dowling fore4 the Plough and Chris Laidlaw for the Street.

Sunday, 8 April 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the first final of the season, Amble Tavewrn took on Newsham Victory in the Eric Anderson Cup. It took Amble just three minutes to open the scoring when Liam Brooks scored. Newsham came back into the game and could and should have scored. They were very wastefull in front of goal. Daviod Lillico was clean through on the keeper but only managed to pass the ball to the keeper. Amble then scored a further three goal before the break. Adam Shanks with a delightfull chip to double the score. The Rob Baker made it three. Then came the goal of the game from Adam Shanks. Josh Hay headed the ball into his path thirty yards out and he finished with a tremendous shot. Josh Hay made it five six minutes into the second half. Newsham still tried to get on the score sheet; however, all their endeavour came to nothing. With ten minutes left after a good save from the keeper Liam Brooks completed the scoring. Man of the match award went to Adam Shanks from Amble Tavern. League Chairman Colin Douglas presented the trophies to players and officals.

In the afternoon Blyth Town were up against Ashington RAOB in the Alan Davison Cup. It was a very fiesty start to the game with both sides not giving an inch. It was no surprise after fifteen minutes Blyth Town went down to ten after a very dangerous two footed tackle. The Ashingto side gained control of the midfield and kept the Blyth defence under pressure. Blyth outlet was the pace of Martyn Hepple who caused the Buffs trouble with his runs. On a rare attack Blyth Town won a corner. From the corner the Blyth side took the lead when Callum Donohoe sliced the ball into his own goal. After the break, the Buffs brought on Adam Harvey who started to control the midfield. He pushed his forwards on, however the Blyth defence held firm with Paul Katz a man moutain in the centre. He put his body on the line for his side. Ashington thought they had gained a penalty, however the offical waved their claims away. However, the Ashington player was cautioned, and he then was showed another yellow and a red. Ashington still pushed forwards with time running out, their keeper also went forward at every corner a freekick. Blyth should have scored a second with nobody in goal. However, his shot was poor and was cleared. With minutes left Ashington had chances to score, the Blyth defence held firm. Even the Buffs keeper had a shot cleared. Blyth Town held on to lift the cup. However, after the final whistle, the Buffs had another player sent off. Cup final sponsor Alan Davison presented the trophies to all mascots and officials. Then to all players from both sides also to man of the match Paul Katz from Blyth Town Sunday. League Chairman thanked Ashington football Club for staging the finals. Credit to their ground staff who came in early to make sure the pitch was playable. Many thanks to them all.

Only one league game to be played saw Bedlington F C Sunday with by the odd goal in nine against Ellington Plough in division one.Goals for the Bedlington side came from John Henderson 2, Chris Green, Michael Greives and David Kewn. On target for the Plough was Ryan Gair 2, Sam Wright and Jack Phillips. Star players were Steven Robinson for the Bedlington side and Ryan Gair for the Plough.

Sunday, 1 April 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday the league hopefully hold their first finals at Ashington Football Club. In the morning it will be the Eric Anderson Cup Final. This will see Amble Tavern up against Newsham Victory with a 10.30 start. Then in the afternoon it will be the Alan Davison Cup Final between Blyth Town Sunday and Ashington RAOB. This game is sponsored by the leagues founder member and life member Mr Alan Davison.

All premier division games were off. Hopefully the two games scheduled for Thursday will go ahead.

Two games got played in division one. Ellington Plough went down two at home against Newbiggin New Ship. Ross Burt and Karl Davison scored for the Ship. Star players were Jordan Mallaburn for the Plough and Ross Burt for the Ship. North Blyth Bar won at home 3-1 against Bebside Inn. Scores was level at one each at the break. Goals for the Bar came from Andrew Bell 2 and Liam McNally. Martin Robinson scored for Bebside. Star players were keeper Ethan Taylor for the Bar and Jamie Carling for Bebside.

Home clubs please remember if the two finals are on next Sunday, Please ring my mobile number

Sunday, 25 March 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the semi-final of N F A Sunday Cup, Amble Tavern reached the final with a good win away against Benwell Springbank.Scoring their goals was Tom MacPherson, Liam Brooks and Jake baker. Josh Hay was their star man.

Also reaching a final og the George Davison Cupwas Ashington RAOB. They won 4-0 away against East Chevington. Lee Scott led the scoring with a hattrick. Kyle Downey scored the other goal. Star players were Kevin Bell for the Chevington sode. Lee Scott was star man for the Buffs.

Newsham Victory reached the final of the Eric Anderson cup with a 4-0 home win against Bedlington F C Sunday. David Lillico led the scoring with a hattrick. Dean Linney was also on target.Star players were Micheal Robinson for the Vic and Michael Greives for the Bedlington side.

Block and Tackle reached their second final beating local rivals Ashington Station Lounge by the odd goal in three in the J D Marnock Cup. John Leonard scored for the Lounge. Steven Patterson and Jordan Watson scored for the Tackle. They will now meet Earsdon Red Lion in the final. Star players were Graeme Buller for the Lounge, with David Brown for the Tac
kle.

In the premier division, Earsdon Red Lion had a very good game at home against Cramlington Green. With the Lion running out winners by 5-3. Dean Clay led the scoring with 2. Then one each for, Matty Newman, Shane Dixon and Matty Nelson. On target for the Green was Ian Cochrane 2 and Jamie Summers. Star players were Jay Walton for the Lion and Karl Boughen for the Green. Ashington Town Central lost at home by the odd goal in nine against Bedlington S C Utd. It looked like the game was heading for a draw, however the bedlington side scored a late winner. Jordan Denton and Micheal Todd scored two each for the Central. Joe Bolam scored twice, both penalties with further goals coming fromAdam Ryder, Adam Ord and Michael Angus. Star players were Michael Todd for the Central and Joe Bolam for the Social Club.

Division One saw Guidepost Shakespear Tavern gain three valuable points at home with a win against Ellington Plough. The game was very tight with both keepers outstanding. However with a cou[ple of minutes left Alex Hunt scored the winner for the Tavern. Star players were Andrew Clouson for the Tavern and Sam Robson for the Plough. High Street went goal crazy with a 9-1 home win against Ashington Sporting Club. Goals for the Street came from a hattrick from Chris Laidlaw. Two for Adam Emmerson, then one each for Eoin Ridley, Jason Smart, Chris Arkless and Jordan Wilson. Alan Fairbarin scoredfor the Sporting Club.Star players were Adam Emmerson for the Street and Mark Mabon for the Sporting Club. Newbiggin New Ship had their shooting boots on today with a 13-0 home win against North Blyth Bar. Scoring hattricks were McAuley Burt, Liam Halliday and Kevin Halliday. Colin McLellend and David Jobson completed the scoring with two each.

Sunday, 18 March 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Once again the weather causec havoc with the fixtures at the weekend. Amble Tavern wii again be in NFA County Cup action next weekend trying to play Benwell Springbank. Both Cup finals were also off, both finals willbe rearranged at a later date.

In the semi-final of the J D Marenock Cup, Earsdon Red Lion reached the final with a 4-1 win a 4-1 win away against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. The match was played on a 4g pitch. Maichael Walton scored tor the Tavern with James Davidson their star man. Scoring for the Lion was Matty Newman 2, Andrew Smith & Shane Dixon. Star man was Matty Newman.

Standard Security Blyth & Wansbeck Sunday League are now looking for applicants to join the league next season. If you are interested please contact league secretary Frank Scantlebury via email; frankscantlebury@yahoo.co.uk Please include a contact number and give as many details of your club as possible.

Sunday, 11 March 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next weekend the league will stage the first finals of the season. In the morning, Newsham Victory will play Block and Tackle from Ashington with a 10.30 kick off. The in the afternoon Bedlington Social Club Utd play Ashington RAOB in the S A Randolph Cup final with a 2.30 kick off. This final is sponsored bu Standard Security our league sponors. Both finals will be held at Ashington Football Ground.

In the N F A Sunday Cup Amble Taverns game away against Benwell Springbank was off. It will fixtured again for next weekend.

In the J D Marnock Cup semi-final Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern from division one was at home against Earsdon Red Lion from the premier division. This game will be fixtured again next weekend.

In the Alan Davison Cup Semi-finals, two Ashington side were looking to reach the final. Block and Tackle was at home against Blyth Town Sunday. In an exciting game Blyth Town was three one up. However, the tackle came fighting back to take the game into extra time. Blyth Town went five three up in the first half of extra time. The Blyth side held on to reach the final. Goals for the Tackle came from star man Callum Johnson two and David Brown two and Liam Gillesphie scored in normal time for Blyth town. Goals in extra time came from Mark Rylatt and Daniel Carr. Paul Katz was their star man. They will meet Ashington RAOB in the final on April 8th who won by the odd goal in five against Bedlington Social Club Utd. In a good game which was decided in the final seconds of the game. Buffs went one up with a goal from Mathew Bone. The Social club came back with a goal from Joe Moscrop. Brent Aisbitt restored the Buffs lead only for Jamie Thompson to bring the score level. With time running out the Socials Clubs keeper pulled off a tremdous save to stop the Buffs winning. However, from the corner Lee Scott powered a header into the net for the winner. Star players were George Hayton for the Buffs and keeper Liam Douglas for the Bedlington side.

The only game in the premier division was postponed.

In the second division, all games were off.

Standard Security Blyth & Wansbeck Sunday League are now looking for applicants to join the league next season. If you are interested please contact league secretary Frank Scantlebury via email; frankscantlebury@yahoo.co.uk Please include a contact number and give as many details of your club as possible.

Sunday, 4 March 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The weather was the only winner at the weekend with all fixtures off.

On Sunday Amble Tavern will take a big step in retaining the NFA Sunday Cup. They are playing Benwell Springbank away with a 10.30 kick off. Good luck lads.

Hopefully, the Alan Davison Cup semi finals will be played. Ashington RAOB are at home against Bedlington Social Club United. Block and Tackle are also at home against Blyth Town Sunday.

Eric Anderson semi final Between Newsham Victory and Bedlington F C Sunday should be fixtured.

Semi final of the J D Marnock Cup will also be played with Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern playing at home against Earsdon Red Lion.

Standard Security Blyth & Wansbeck Sunday League are now looking for applicants to join the league next season. If you are interested please contact league secretary Frank Scantlebury via email; frankscantlebury@yahoo.co.uk Please include a contact number and give as many details of your club as possible.

Sunday, 25 February 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Ashington RAOB was at home against Newsham Victory in the quarter final of the George Davison Cup The Buffs went through with two goals from star man Callum Donohoe. One a diving header in the first half. Then in the second he scored from twenty yards. Star man for the Vic was Kyle Caruso.

Reaching the final of the Eric Anderson Cup was Amble Tavern. They won at home against High Street 9-2. Craig Muter led the scoring for the home side with a hattrick. Phil Airey and Josh Hay both scored twice. Ross Gair and Rob Baker completed the scoring. Jake Lowes was their star man. Star man Chris Laidlaw scored both goals for the Street..

Two quarter finals of the J D Marnock cup was completed with Ashington Station Lounge and Earsdon Red Lion reachingting the semi-finals. Station Lounge had to rely on a late goal from Alan Gibbard to take the game to extra time at home against Bebside Inn.. He scored with a couple of minutes left. Martin Robinson had put Bebside in front.. A double from Damien Stevens and Chad Miller goal in extra time saw the Lounge through. The Red Lion won away against Marden Residents 3-1. Chris Ridgeway scored for the Residents with Adam Burn their star man. Goals for the Lion came from Lee Smith, Dale Walton and star man Matty Newman.

In the premier division there was two close games with both home teams winning by the odd goal. Ashington Town Central won by the odd goal in five against East Chevington. On target for the Central was Michael Todd, James Convery and Andrew Petts. Star player was Stephen Frater. Blyth Town Sunday won by the odd goal in three against Bedlington Social Club Utd. Ryan McKee and Rob Ridley scored for the Town. Keeper David Hansen was their star player. Joe Moscrop scored for the Social Club with Jamie Thompson their star man.

In division one Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern was unlucky not to take a point at home against Block and Tackle. They scored with a late goal, however, it was ruled offside. Richie Burn scored for the Tavern with Rhy Raymond their star man. Bradley Higgins and Ross Jeffrey scored for th Block and Tackle. Cristian Priest was their star player.

Sunday, 18 February 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the NFA Sunday Minor Cup; East Chevingtonfailed to reach the final. They went down 3-2 after extra time against Newcastle Daisy Hill. Chevington went in front with a goal from Max Anderson. They were pegged back, however, Kevin Bell restored their lead in the second half. Daisy Hill again drew level with an own goal late on. Daisy Hill won the game with a goal in the last couple of minutes. Luke Baston was starm an for the Chevington side.

Newsham Victory reached the semi-final of the Eric Anderson cup with a 3-1 away win against Ellington Plough. Star man Jack Phillips scored for the Plough. Star man Mark Ord led the scoring for the Vic, Daniel James and David Lillico were also on target.

In the premier division Bedlington Social Club won 6-1 at home against Cramlington Green. Dylan William led the scoring with a double. Further goals came from Joe Bolam, Joe Moscrop, Josh Monaghan and Andrew Welsh. Maichael Angus was their star player. Star man Michael Jordan scored for the Green. Whitehouse Ashington and Blyth Town Sunday played out a 1-1 draw2. Both goals coming in the first half. Michael Freathy scored for the Whitehouse with a penalty. Martyn Hepple replied for Blyth Town. Star players were Jordan Lashley for the home side and Liam Gillesphey for the visitors. In the local derby Ashington RAOB won 5-0 at home against Town Central. The Buffs could have won by a bigger margin, however the woodwork and some outstanding saves by Dean Farndale kept them at bay. Leading the scoring for the Buffs was Brent Aisbitt with a hattrick. Lee Scott scored the oyher two. Ritchie Morris was their star man. Of course Dean Farndale won the award for the Central.

In a very close game in division one Block and Tackle won by the odd goal in seven, at home against Bedlington FC Sunday. Goals for the home side came from Jordan Watson 2, Bradley Higgins and star man David Brown. On target for the Bedlington side were Richard Kennedy, Glen Reardon and Michael Greives. Steven Robinson was their star player. High Street also won at home by the odd goal, this time it was 3-2 against Bebside Inn. Eion Ridley, Chris Laidlaw and Sean Craddock scored for the Street. Shaun Taylor was their star man. On target for Bebside was Robert Sharp and Brooklyn More. Star player was Kofi Park. Newbiggin New Ship won won 3-0 at home against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. Goals for the Ship came from Ross Burt, Mason Armstrong and star man Arron Goldsbury. Star man for the Shakespeare was Richard Burn. Both sides had high praise for referee Rachel Martin who had an outstanding game.

Sunday, 11 February 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Only thyree games survived the weather this weekend. East Chevington's NFA Minor Cup semi-final at home against Newcastle Daisy Hill will be fixture again next weekend.

Reaching the final of the Saints Shield was Newsham Victory, beating Bebside Inn away by the odd goal in five. Goals for the Vic came from two for Curtis Miller and star man David Lillico. On target for Bebside was Gavin Agnew and David Long. Kofi Park was their star player. Their opponents in the final will be Block and Tackle ashington. They overcame Newbiggin New Ship by the odd goal in three. Star man McAuley Burt scored for the Ship. Goals for the Block and Tackle came from Ross Jeffrey and an own goal. Star man wasCarl Adkins.

In the Eric Anderson Cup quarter final Ashington Sporting Club went down 6-1 at home against High Street. Luke McMahon scored for the Sporting Club with Mark Mabon their star man. Scoring two for the Street was Anthony Goldie. Further goals came from Alan Goldie, Anthony Marshall, Duane Dunn, and Chris Arkless. Star player was Daniel Wardle

Sunday, 4 February 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the S A Randolph Cup semifinals teams reaching the final was Ashington RAOB and Bedlington Social Club United. The Buff won away against Blyth Town Sunday 7-1. The Town scored first, however the Buffs went straight up and scored. They never looked back after that. Paul Katz scored for the Town with Daniel Wilson their star man. Goals for the Buffs came from Brent Aisbitt, Kyle Downey and Lere Scott all with two each. Adam Harvey scored the other goal. Lee Scott was their star ploayer. Bedlington Social went through winning 4-1 on penalies against Amble Tavern. Scores were three each at the end of full time. It also remained thgree each after extra time. Goals for the the home side came from Josh Monaghan, Jordan Anderson and star man Jamie Thompson. On target for Amble were Adam Shanks, Rob Baker and star man Josh Hay

Eric Anderson Cup round one saw Ashington Town Central go down at home 4-0 against Newham Vicory. Star man for the Central was Stephen Frater. On target for the Vic was Curtis Miller 2, Daniel James and Craig Frazer. Star man was Jeff Fuller

In the JD Marnock Cup quarter finalsWhitehose Ashington and Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern reach the semi-finals. The Whitehouse won away against Block and Tackle 3-1. It was avery close game in the first half with the scores level at 1 each. However the Whitehouse dominated the second half. Bradley Higgins scored for the Block and Tackle with Cristian Priest their star man. On target for the Whitehouse was David Sturgeon, Robert Watt and star man Tony Messenger. The Shakespeare won 5-3 away against North Blythj Bar. The North Blyth side came up against a much improved visitors with some new signings. Kai Downey 2 and Matty Nelson scored for the home side with Liam Thompson their star player. Leading the scoing for the Shakespeare was Michael Walton with a hattrick, Richard Burn and Connor Hoyle completed the scoring. Tom Barton was their star player.

Only one game was played in the premier division saw Marden Residents gain all three points at home against Cramlington Green by the odd goal in nine. Leading the scoring for the Residents was Ryan Smith with a perfect hattrick..Chris Ridgeway scored the other two goals. Keelen Ross was their star player. Scott Smith led the scoring for the Green with a double. Kieran Bishop and star man Karl Boughen completed the scoring.

Division one saw two top sides play each other, Ashington Station Lounge at home against Newbiggin New Ship. What a game it turned out to be, with the Lounge fighting back to gain a point in a 3-3 draw. Lee Messenger 2 and Damien Stevens scored for the Lounge with Alan Gibbard their srar player. On target for the Ship was MacAuley Burt, Kevin Haliday and Arron Goldsbury. Karl Davison was their star man. Another game ending 3-3 was Ellington Plough and Bebside Inn. Trevor Newman rolled back the years with two goals. Luke Rolt completed the scoring. Jamie Essin was their star player. Jamie Carling also scored twice for the Bebside/ Brooklyn More scored their other goal. Chris Mitchell was their star man..

Sunday, 28 January 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In round one of the Erick Anderson Cup round one, there was wins for Ashington Sporting Club and High Street. The Sporting Club won 3-2 at home against Cramlington Green. On target for the Sporting Club was David Stewart, Luke McMahon and Mark Mabon. Star player was Shaun Henderson on his return from an broken hand. James Thompson and star man Karl Boughen scored for the Green.The Street won away against Marden Residents 8-1. Scoring for the Residents was star player Kenny Malia. Leading the scoring for the Street was Chris Laidlaw with a hattrick. Anthony Goldie scored twice. Further goals came from Anthomy Marshall, Chris Arkless and star man Duane Dunn.

There was two quarter finals also played which saw Amble Tavern and Bedlington F C Sunday reach the semifinals. Amble won 7-0 at home sgainst Newbiggin New Ship. Leading the scoring for the home side was Josh Hay with a hattrick. Further goals coming from Ross Straughan, Jake Baker, Ross Gair and Phil Airey. Star man was Liam Brooks. Jake Anderson was star player for the Ship. In a very close game Bebside Inn went down by the odd goal in seven against Bedlington F C Sunday. Staqr man Brooklyn Mole scored 2 for the home side, with Jamie Carling scoring the other goal. Goals for the Bedlington side came from a Michael Greives hattrick and star man Andrew McLennen.

In the premier division East Chevington dented last years champions Ashington ROAB chances of retaining their crown by beating them. The only goal of the game came from Jonathan Graham. Star players were Luke Baston for the Chevington side and Richard Morris for the Buffs.

Division one saw Ashington Station Lounge win 5-1 at home against Guidepost Skakespeare Tavern. Star man Damien Srevens led the scoring with a double. Daniel Donnelly, Chad Miller and Wyn Davies completed the scoring. Jack Anderson scored the consolation goal for the Tavern. Rhys Raymond was their star player. North Blyth Bar went down at home by the odd goal in five against Block and Tackle. Trailing by one nil at the break, they came more into the game in the second half. However their fighting spirit was not enough. Goals for the Blyth Bar came from Liam Thompson and Andrew Bell. Ethan Taylor was their star man. Goals for the Block and Tackle came from Bradley Higgins, Jordan Watson and Ross Jeffrey. Their star player was Cristian Priest.

Sunday, 14 January 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

East Chevington reached the semifinals of the NAF Minor Cup by beating Blakelaw Towers on penalties.

In round one of the J D Marnock Cup, Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern pulled off a shock win. They won away against Newbiggin New Ship 3-2 The Shakespeare have signed to new players which seems to have improved their side. Goals for the New Ship came from David Jobson and Kevin Halliday. Kyle Davison was their star player. Michael Walton led the scoring for the Tavern with 2. Richaqrd Burn was also on target. Billy Richardson was their star player. Bedlington F C Sunday alsohad a home win against Ashington Station Lounge. However, they did it the hard way coming from three nil down at the break to reach the next round with five goals in the second half. Goals for the Bedlington side came from Michael Greives 2, David Kewn, Connor Oliver and star man Andrew McLennen. Star man Damien Stevens led the scoring for the Lounge with two. Lee Messenger scored their other goal. Ashington Sporting Club reached the second round with a 2-1 home win against Marden Residents. Ryan Crocker and star man Mark Mabon scored for the Sporting Club. Grant Starling scored for the Residents with Jay Betts their star player. Big thankyou to the Sporting Club offical fopr making this game possible who was respected by both sides. Cramlington Green went down at home in a ten goal thriller against North Blyth Bar. On target for the Green came from Michael Jordan 2, Jamie Summers and star man Swcott Smith. Matty Nelson led the scoring for the North Blyth Bar with a hattrick. Andrew Bell scored twice with star man Liam Thompson completing the scoring. Ellington Plough lost at home to Bebside Inn by the odd goal in three. Trevor Newman scored for the Plough. David Carling and Robin Sharp scored for the Bebside with David Long their star man.

In the premier division, Bedlington Social Club Utd played hosts to Blyth Town Sunday. What a game it turned out to be. It was a very even game with both sides producing some excellent football. The scores were level at one each with the home side pushing for a winner. However they found the Town keeper in fine form keeping them at bay. The Town scored to late goals to take all three points. Joe Bolam scored for the Bedlington side with Adam Ord their star man. Goals for Blyth Town came from Kevin Long, Ryan McKee and Martyn Hepple. Keeper David Hansen was their star man. Ashington RAOB had to fight all the way to gain the points at home against the Whitehouse in this local derby. Kyle Downey put the Buffs in front from the penaly spot. Jordan Lashley drew the Whitehouse level also with a penalty. It looked like the game was heading for a draw when Liam Davidson unleashed a screamer into thew top corner in the last minute. Star players were Richard Morris for the Buffs and Jordan Lashl;ey for the Whitehouse.

division one saw Newsham VictoTHe only game inry win at home against High Street 3-1. David Lillico led the scoring with 2. Daniel James scored their other goal. Duane Dunn scored for the Street. Star players were Jeff Fuller for the Vic and Michael Haley for the Street.

Sunday, 7 January 2018

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Once again, the wet weather during the week played havoc with the fixtures. East Chevington's NFA Minor Cup tie will be fixtured again next week. Both league games were also called off due to waterlogged pitches.

Ashington RAOB reached the semifinal of the SARandolph Cup with a 5-1 home win against Earsdon Red Lion. Craig Towert led the scoring with four. Kyle Downey scored the other goal. Josh Willis was star man after setting up all the goals. Lee Smith scored the consolation goal for The Lion; Andrew Smith was their star player.

In round one of the Eric Anderson Cup, Newbiggin New Ship progressed to the quarter finals with a 3-1 home win against Guidepost Shakespeare tavern. On target for the New Ship were star man Lee Warren, along with Michael Coulson and Mason Arnstrong. The goal for The Tavern came from Ian Jackson and the star man was Richard Burn.

Sunday, 31 December 2017

XMAS MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

As the leagues enters the second half of the season, the battle for trophies really begins. Amble Tavern have reached the semi-final of the NFA Sunday Cup. While, East Chevington Sports and Social have still to play their NFA Minor Cup tie away against Blakelaw Towers.

The premier division looks very interesting entering the second half of the season, Amble Tavern and Blyth Town Sunday are level at the top. The Town are top on goal difference. Ashington RAOB, the title holders are close on their heels, just three point adrift with two games in hand. Another three teams are level with the Ashington side, however all have played more games. Marden Residents are secon bottom four points behind Ashington Town Central. Cramlington Green are at the bottom still waiting to gain their first point. Credit most go to the Green as they still turn a team out every week.

Division one have two of the leagues new sides setting the pace at the moment. Bedlington F C Sunday are three popints ahead of Newbiggin New Ship. However the Ship have three games in hand over the Bedlington side. Newsham Victory and Ashington Station Lounge could still catch the leaders with games in hand. High Street who have only played seven league games can still get into the mix if they win most of their games in hand. Anoth4er new side North Blayth bar after a shakey start to the season have moved up to midtable with a couple of wins. Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern prop up the league with four points. With a young side they could still improve as the season progresses.

Good luck to all teams in the New Year and to those still involved in cup competitions

Sunday, 17 December 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

East Chevington will have to wait untill the New Year to play their NFA Minor Cup Tie against Blakelaw Towers. The game will still be an away game for them.

In the premier division, Bedlington Social Club Utd game at home against the Whitehouse was the only game played. The Bedlington side won 2-0 with goals from Joe Moscrop and josh Laverick. Star players were Roy Patterson for the home side and Michael Simm for the Whitehouse.

Sunday, 3 December 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Only four games managed to beat the weather, in the premier division Bedlington Social Club won 3-0 at home against Earsdon Red Lion. Scoring for the Bedlington side were Joe Bolam, Andrew Thompson and Adam Ord. Star players were Andrew Welsh for the home side and Shane Dixon for the Lion. Blyth Town Sunday also took the points with a 9-1 home win against a weakened East Chevington side. Leading the scoring for Blyth Town was Daniel Carr with five. Rob Ridley 2. Liam Gillesphie and Danny Voung completed the scoring. Kevin Long was their star player. Star man Mark Mavin scored for the East Chevington side.

Bedlington F C Sunday went goal crazy at home against North Blyth Bar. They beat their visitors 17-2. Leading the scoring with four goals each was Michael Greives and Ryan Young. Andrew McLennon and Tommy Wilkinson both scored hattricks. David Kewn 2 and Glen Reardon completed the scoring. Star player was Richard Kennedy. Brandon Douglas and Ryan Clark scored for the North Bar. Liam Thompson was their star player. Newbiggin New Ship also won at home 9-0 against Ellington Plough. Mason Armstrong led the scoring with four. Robert Haldon and Karl Davison both scored twice. Colin McLellend scored their final goal. Star players were Karl Davison for the Ship and Mark Travers for the Plough.

Sunday, 26 November 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Ashington RAOB reached the quarterfinal of the George Davison Cup with a two nil home win against Earsdon Red Lion. Goals for the Buffs came from Kyle Oliver with a twenty-five yard effort, which flew in off the crossbar, and Scott Dunn. Star players were Anthony Watson for the Buffs and Shane Dixon for the Lion. The Buffs is at home next weekend against Newsham Victory in the quarterfinal.

Amble Tavern booked their place in the semifinal of the S A Randolph Cup with a nine nil home win against Marden Residents. Josh Hay and Adam Shankes scored hatricks. Also on target were Rob Baker Jake Baker and Ross Gair. Star player was Liam Brooks. Keeper Ross Little was star man for the Residents.

Premier division saw wins for Blyth Town Sunday and Ashington Town Central. Blyth Town won seven nil at home against the Whitehouse Ashington. Rob Ridley and Daniel Carr led the scoring with two each. Further goals coming from Martyn Hepple, Kevin Long and Ryan McKee. Star players were Rob Ridley for Blyth Tpwn and Jordan Lashley for the Whitehouse. The Central won 7-1 away against Cramlington Green. Michael Jordan scored for the Green with Michael Jordan their star player. Michael Todd led the scoring for the Central with four. Scott Neal scored twice. Gary Scott scored their other goal. Star man was Andrew Petts.

Only two of the four games were played with Ashington Sporting Club going down 5-1 at home against Newbiggin New Ship. Jamie Graham scored for the Sporting Club. Mark Mabon was their star man. Goals for the New Ship came from Lee Warren and David Jobson with two each. McAuley Burt was also on target. Karl Davison was their star player. High Stree went down 7-4 at home against Bedlington F C Sunday. The game was very even with the score four all, however the Bedlington side scored three further goals to take the points. Anthony Goldie led the scoring for the Street with a hattrick. Star man Chris Laidlaw scored their other goal. Star man Andrew McLennen led the scoring for the Bedlington side with a hattrick. Tommy Wilkinson scored twice. Michael Greives and Dean Simmons completed the scoring.

Sunday, 19 November 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the quarterfinals of the George Davison Cup, There was wins for all three home clubs. Amble Tavern, Blyth Town Sunday and East Chevington booked their places in the semifinals. Amble won 4-2 at home against Bedlington Social Club Utd.. Both Baker boys Rob and Jake were on target with two each. Liam Brooks was their star man. Goals for the Bedlington side came from star man Joe Bolam and Chris Hay. Blyth Town beat High Street for the secomd time this season in cup competition. They won 5-0 with goals from Daniel Carr, Rob Ridley, James Sinton, Kevin Long and star man Ryan McKee. Star man for the Street was Chris Laidlaw. East Chevington won 3-1 against Ashington Town Central. Max Anderson 2 and Darren Smith scored for the home side. Luke Baston was their star man. Star man Michael Todd scored for the Central.

Only game in the premier division saw nine goals scored. However, the Whitehouse took the points with a 6-3 win against Cramlington Green. Star man Jordan Lashley led the scoring with a hattrick. Further goals came from Ryan Wilson, Robert Watt and Calum Greive. Goals for the Green came from Jamie Summers 2 and star man Dylan Geddes.

Division one saw some teams promotion hopes take a dive with defeats. Block and Tackle had a good win at home against Ashington Station Lounge by the odd goal in five. Bradley Higgins 2 and Stephen Patterson scored for the home side with Carl Adkins their star player. Chad Miller and John Leonard scored for the Lounge. Star man was Graeme Buller who was outstanding in defence. Anotner close game saw title favourites Newbiggin New Ship also won by the odd goal in nine at home against Bedlington F C Sunday. Goals for the Ship coming from McAuley Burt 2, Mason Armstrong, Karl Davison and star man Liam Halliday. On target for the Bedlington side was David Kewn 2, Tommy Wilkinson and Michael Greives. Star man was Andrew McLennen. Newsham Victory won 4-0 at home against Ashington Sporting Club. Goals for the Vic came from David Lillico, Daniel James, Jimmy Harrison and Curtis Miller. Their star player was Kyle Carroso. Star man for the Sprting Club was Callum Mullighan. North Blyth Bars good form continued with another win at home 3-2 against Ellington Plough. North Bar led two nil at the break.The plough came fighting back in the secopnd half but failed to get the third goal. Scoring for the North bar were Nickolas Dodds, Ryan Clark and Connor Willis. Jack Travers and Luke Rolt scored for the Plough. Star man for the Plough was Jordan Malaburn.

Sunday, 12 November 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the NFA Sunday Minor Cup, East Chevington went goal crazy at home against league rivals Earsdon Red Lion. They scored thirteen goals with the Red Lion scoring five. Leading the scoring for the Chevington side was Kevin Bell with four. Star manm Jonathan Graham scored a hattrick. Luke Baston and Max Anderson scored two each. John Robinson completed the scoring. Goals for the Red Lion came from Matty Newman Hattrick. Adam Tierney and star man Michael Butcher completed the scoring. High Street went out of the cup 4-1 away to Haydon Bridge Angels. Brandon Nadeem scored their goal with Chris Laidlaw their star man.

Two quarter finals of the Alan Davison Cup was played, In an Ashington derby, Station Lounge went down 2-0 at home against the Buffs. Both goals coming in the last ten minutes. Brent Aisbitt and star man Adam Harvey scored for the Buffs. Chad Miller was star man for the Station Lounge. Another Ashington side in action was the Whitehouse playing at home against Blyth Town Sunday. What a game it turned out to be, going all the way to penalties. The scores were level afyer full time. Goals for the Whitehouse coming from Kurtis Bell and Jordan Lashley. Replying for Blyth Town was Ryan McKee and Martyn Hepple.. Kurtis Bell scored his second in extra time with Daniel Carr scoring for the visitors. Blyth Town went through winning 4-3 on penalties. Star players were Michael Angus for the Whitehouse and keeper David Hansen for Blyth Town.

Amble Tavern won away against Bedlington Social Club Utd 3-1 in the premier division. Andrew Thompson scored for the home side with Connor Oliver their star man. Josh Hay 2 and star man Jake Lowes scored for Tavern. Marden Residents and Ashington Town Central played out a 3-3 draw. This turned out to be a game of two halves.. The Central went 3-0 with goals fron Kevin Chapman 2 and keeper Dean Farndale with a clearence which went through the Mardens keepers hands. The Residents came storming back in the second half with goals from Adam Burn 2 and Mathew Dawson.. Star players were Kenny Malia for the Residents and Scott Neal for the Central.

Bedlington F C Sunday won 5-0 at home against Bebside Inn. This win keeps then in a promotion place at the minute. Scoring for the Bedlington side was Tommy Wilkinson with a hattrick, David Kewn and star man Michael Greives. Chris Mitchell was star man for the Bebside. Block and Tackle won 9-0 at home against Ashington Sporting Club. Mark Ord was star man for the Sporting Club. Leading the scoring for the home side was Bradley Higgins with a hattrick. Stephen Patterson scored twice. Scoring one each were Sam Wake, Ross Jeffrey, Shaun Day and star man Keiran Park. Guidepost Shakespeare Taven went down 6-3 at home against North Blyth Bar. Jake Anderson scored a hattrick for the Shakespeare Tavern. Keeper Andrew Clouson was their star man. Goals for the North Bar came from Star man Liam Thompson and Connor Willis with two each. Kear Downey and Matty Nelson completed the scoring.

Sunday, 5 November 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next weekend we have five teams in the NFA Sunday Minor Cup. Two sides have been drawn to play each other. Good luck to all the teams.

In the David Crichton Memorial Cup Finals played at Bedlibngton Terriers Ground. In the under fifthteens final Wallsend Boys Club beat Whitley Bay Sporting Club. It was a very close game with Wallsend taking the lead. Whitley Bay came back to go in 2-1 at half time. Wallsend came fighting back and scored two goals to win. George Crichton presented trophies.

In the senior final Burradon and New Fordley were up against Ashington RAOB. Burradon and new Fordley lifted the trophie with a 3-0 win. Once agin George Crichton presented the trophies.

In the Saints Shield quarter final Newbiggin New Ship booked their place in the semi final. They had a comfortable 6-1 home win against High Street. Star man Karl Davison led the scoring with a hattrick. Further goals came from McAuley Burt, Mason Armstrong and David Jobson. Alan Goldie scored for the Street with Chris Laidlaw was their star man.

Round two of the Alan Davison Cup, Blyth Town Sunday reached the next round with a hard fought win at home against Newsham Victory. These two sides always produce a classic. Blyth Town went down to ten men early in the game. Blyth town brought on match winner Martyn Hepple with fifteen minutes left. With his first touch, he settled the game. Star players were Kevin Long for the Town and Jeff Fuller for the Vic. In the quarterfinals Bedlington Social Club Utd reached, the semifinals with a 6-3 home win against East Chevington. The Chevington side went down to ten men after five minutes and found themselves 5-0 down at the break. They came fighting back and scored three goals in the secon half. Goals for the Bedlington side came from Joe Bolam and Andrew Welsh with two each. Josh Monaghan and Chris Hay completed the scoring. Andrew Welsh was their star man. Star man Luke Baston 2 and Darren Smith scored for the Chevington side. In another quarter final Earsdon Red Lion was at home against the Block and Tackle. The game ending up going to extra time. Block and Tackle went through scoring four goals in extra time, or one player scoring four.. Goals for the Lion came from star man Michael Butcher 2 and Connor Hoyle. Leading the scoring for the visitors was Bradley Higgins with 6. Carl Adkins scoring the other goal. Star man for the Block and Tackle was keeperAndrew Simpson who pulled off save after save to keep the Lion at bay.

Amble Tavern won 6-2 at home in the premier division against Marden Residents. Once again, the Residents were playing well drawing 1-1 with twent minutes left. However, experience told and they leaked five goals late on. Scoring for the Tavern were Rob Baker and Josh Hay with two each. Jake Baker and Ross Straughan completed the scoring. Liam Brooks was their star man. Chris Ridgeway and Keelen Ross scored for the Residents. Keeper Ross Little was their star man. Ashington Town Central won at home by the odd goal in five against Cramlington Green. Star man Michael Todd scored two with Scott Neal scoring the other goal. Karl Boughen and Michael Jordan scored for the Green. Ian Cochrane was their star man.

North Blyth Bar won away for the first time when they beat Ashington Sporting Club 6-3. On target for the Sporting Club was Mark Ord, David Stewart and star man Mark Mabon. Goals for the North Bar came from Connor Willis and Andrew Bell with two each. Completing the scoring was Harry Bainbridge and star man Liam Thompson. Ashington Station Lounge continued their promotion push with another win 6-0 at home against Bebside Inn... Once again, star man Damien Stevens led the scoring with a hattrick. Chad Miller 2 and Ben Cairns added the other goals. Martin Robinson was star man for the Bebside. Bedlington F C Sunday is another team pushing up the table. They scored ten without reply away against the Shakespeare Tavern. James Davidson was star man for the home side. Star man Ethan Page led the scoring for the Bedlington side with 4. Tommy Wilkinson scored a hattrick. Dean Simmons, Michael Greives and David Kewn completed the scoring.

Sunday, 29 October 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The David Crichton Cup finals will be held at Bedlington Terriers Ground. In the morning the under 15s final takes place. Whitley Bay Sporting Club is up against Wallsend Boys Club with a 10.30 am kick off. Then in the afternoon with a 2pm start, Ashington RAOB takes on Burradon and New Fordley from the Cramlington Sunday League. All proceeds from both games go to Charity.

In round, two of the George Davison Cup Amble Tavern was at home against Newbiggin New Ship. It was a very good game with the Ship having the better of exchanges in the first half. They should have scored at least a couple of goals; however, they failed to take advantage. Amble came fighting back and secured the match with four goals. Josh Hay led the scoring with a hattrick. Star man Liam Brooks scored the other goal. Ashley Smith was star man for the New Ship.

Two quarter finals of the Saints Shield were played with Ashington Station Lounge at home against Newsham Victory. North Blyth Bar was at home against Block and Tackle from Ashington. The Lounge eased through to the semi-fianals with a 2-0 win with goals from Chad Miller and star man Damien Stevens. The other game was much closer. North Bar went two up and Looked odds on for a victory. The tackle came back to draw level. The Bar then went back in front, they also missed a penalty. The miss inspired the tackle to fight back and win the tie by the odd goal in seven. Goals for the North Bar came from Andrew Bell, Harry Bainbridge and Connor Willis. Brad Higgins 2 Richard Stobbart and star man David Hepple scored for the Block and Tackle. Matty Nelson was star man for the North Bar.

In the premier diivision, East Chevington won at home against a much-improved Cramlington Green 6-2. Kevin Bell led the scoring with a hattrick. Star man Luke Baston scored twice. Darren Smith completed the scoring. Star man Michael Jordan scored both goals for the Green. Marden Residents looked to have caused an upset when winning 4-2 at home against Blyth Town Sunday. However, they conceded four goals in the last five minutes to go down 6-4. The Residents went two up before the Town came back to level the scores. On target for the Residents were Ashley Cole, Chris Ridgeway, Adam Burn and Sean Joyce. Sean Spendiff was their star man. Daniel Carr led the scoring with a hattrick. Star man Rob Ridley scored twice. Mark Rylatt completed the scoring. Whitehouse Ashington went down at home by the odd goal in fiver against Bedlington Social Club Utd. Michael Angus scored both goals for the Whitehouse. Once again, Jordan Lashley was their star man. Goals for the Bedlington side came from Jamie Thompson, Dylan Williamson and Ben Locken. Adam Ryder was their star man.

Bebside Inn won at home in division one 4-1 against Ashington Sporting Club. Star man Gavin Agnew led the scoring with a hattrick. Kyle Walker scored thieir other goal. Adam Mavin scored for the Sporting Club with Mark Mabon their star man. Bedlington F C Sunday won at home 9-1 against the Shakepeare Tavern.. Leading the scoring was star man Andrew McLennen with four. Michael Greives and Ethan Page scored two each. Dean Moat scored the other goal. Star man John Spry scored for the Shakespeare Tavern.

Sunday, 22 October 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the NFA Sunday Cup, it was mixed fortunes for the leagues two sides' .Amble Tavern won a bruising encounter at home against Newcastle Westfields by the odd goal in nine. They went thrpough to the semi final with goals from Rob Baker 2. Also on target were Jake Baker, Dan Thompson and Liam Brooks. Mathew Graham was their star player. Ashington RAOB went out by the odd goal in three away against Blakelaw Social. Kyle Downey scored their goal with Scott Dunn their star man.

Round two of the George Davison cup saw Whitehouse go down at home aginst Ashington Town Central 2-0 after extra time. This was going to be close after the league game last week ending all square. Goals for the Central in extra time came from Michael Todd and Scott Neal. Star players were David Sturgeon for the Whitehouse and Stephen Frater for the Central. Bedlington F C Sunday went down at home 7-2 against the High Street. Goals for the Bedlington side came from Tommy Wilkinson and Glen Reardon. Andrew McLennen was their star player. Leading the scoring for the Street was Chris Laidlaw with a hattrick. Anthony Goldie scored 2. Duane Dunn and star man Adam Emmerson completed the scoring.

Block and Tackle reached round three of the Alan Davison Cup at hoome 1-0 against Bebside Inn. Calum Johnson scored the goal for the Block and Tackle. Star players were keeper Andrew Simpson for the home side and James More for the Bebside.

In the Premier division Blyth Town had an easy home win against Cramlington Green. They won by 11-0. Leading the scoring was star man Rob Ridley with 5. Daniel Carr scored 4. Kevi Long and James Sinton completed the scoring. Jamie Summers was star man for the Green. East Chevington won at home 3-0 against Bedlington Social Club Utd. On target for the Chevington side was star man Luke Baston with 2 and Daniel Palmer. Star man for the Bedlington side wasRob Eastway. Marden Residents lost at home 4-2 against Earsdon Red Lion. Marden went two nil up, however, the lion came roaring back to take the points. Star man Kevin Watler and Chris Ridgeway scored for the Residents. Goals for the Lion came from James Keelen 2, Michael Butcher and Matty Miley. Michael Butcher was their star player.


Ellington Plough went down at home 5-0 against Ashington Station Lounge. Keeper Jordan Mallaburn was star man for the Plough. Goals for the Lounge came from Damien Stevens 2, Lee Messenger 2 and Jonny McGurk. John Leonard was their star player. Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern came up against a rampant Newsham Victory side, going down 18 nil away. Star man David Lillico led the scoring for the Vic with 7. Curtis Miller scored five. Craig Frazer and Chris Yellowley scored two each. Shaun Robinson scored the final goal. Tom Barton was star man for the Shakespeare. North Blyth Bar went down 2-0 at home against Ashington Sporting Club. The Sporting Club won with a goal in each half to secure the points. Mark Ord and David Steward scored for the Sporting Club. Star players were Nick Dodds for the North Bar and Mark Mabon for the Sporting Club.

Sunday, 15 October 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Amble Tavern went out of the FA Sunday Cup away at Dawdon Park Welfare, losing 2-1.

Amble Tavern and Ashington RAOB are in cup action again next week, this time in round two of the NFA Sunday Cup. Amble Taver is at home against Newcastle Westfields Social. Ashington RAOB is away against Blakelaw Social.

In the George Davison Cup round two Blyth Town Sunday reached the third round with a 3-1 home win against the Block and Tackle. Goals for Blyth Town came from Paul Katz, Ryan McKee and Robert Ridley. Liam Gillesphey was their star player. David Hepple scored for the Block and Tackle with keeper Andrew Simpson their star player with some outstanding saves.

Earsdon Red Lion reached round three of the Alan Davison Cup with a win by the odd goal in three away against Newbiggin New Ship. Kevin Halliday scored for the Ship. Karl Davison was their star player. Matty Newman scored both goals for the Lion. Michael Butcher was their star player.

Only game in the premier division saw the Whitehouse Ashington and Ashington Town Central share six goals. On target for the Whitehouse were Glen Straughan, Richard Hall and Robert Watt. Jordan Hancock was their star man. Goals for the Central came from Scott Neal 2 and Carl Stobbart. Keeper Dean Farndale was their player.keeping the Whitehouse out to gain a point for his side.

Division 1 saw Bebside Inn went down at home 10-0 against High Street. Sta man Chris Laidlaw led the scoring with 5. Anthony Goldie scored 4. The final goal was an own goal. Gavin Agnew was star man for the Bebside. Ellington Plough won at home 5-2 against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. Scoring two each for the Plough was Luke Scott and Sam Wright. Jordon Dodds scored theother goal. Robert Sharp scored both goals for the Shakespeare. James Davidson was their star player. In a very close game, Newsham Victory went down at home by the odd goal in three against Bedlington FC Sunday. Star man Mark Ord scored for the Vic. Star man Ryan Young and Liam Watson scored for the Bedlington side..

Sunday, 8 October 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday Amble Tavern is involved in the FA Sunday Cup. They have been drawn away to Dawdon Park Welfare with a 2 pm start. Best of luck boys come back with a victory.

In the NFA Sunday Minor Cup, Earsdon Red Lion went through to the next round with a 6-1 win at home against Bebside Inn. Star man Matty Newman led the scoring with 2. Further goals came from Michael Wedderburn, Eddie Garrett, Mitchell Renney and Michael Tatum. Gavin Agnew scored for Bebside with Martin Robinson their star man. High Street also went through at home 4-1 against Prodhoe Town East End. Brandon Nadeem with 2, Anthony Goldie and star man Chris Laidlaw completed the scoring.

In round two of the Alan Davison Ashington Sporing Club was at home against Local rivals Ashington RAOB. The Buffs ran out 6-0 winners to reach round three. Simon Mavin was star man for the Sporting Club. Brent Aisbitt led the scoring for the Buffs with a hattrick. Kyle Downey scored 2, with star man Chris Glass completing the scoring. Ashington Station Lounge also went through with a 4-1 home win against Marden Residents. Star man Damien Stevens led the scoring with a hattrick. John Leonard was also on target. Ryan Smith scored for the Residents with Ashley Cole their star man. East Chevington went goal crazy in their win away to Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. The Chevington side won 17-1. Jamie Irving scored for the home side with keeper Andrew Clouson their star man. Leading the scoring for the Chevington side was Darren Smith with nine. Star man Luke Baston scored four. Kevin Bell and Josh Baston completed the scoring with two each.

Only game in the premier division saw Amble Tavern win 5-1 at home against the Whitehouse Ashington. Dan Thompson led the scoring with a hattrick, Adam Shanks with the other two gaols. Ross Gair was their star player. Star man Jordan Lashley scored for the Whitehouse.

In division one Block and Tackle won 7-5 at home against North Blyth Bar. They were made to strugle at the end as they were reduced to ten men. Leading the scoring for the home side was Bradley Higgins with four. Kieran Park, Sam Wake and star man Ross Jeffrey completed the scoring. Goals for the North Bar came from Connor Willis and Andrew Bell with two each. Star man Matty Nelson scored their other goal. Ellington Plough went down at home 5-2 against Bedlington F C Sunday. Jack Travers and Sam Wright scored for the Plough. Jack Phillips was their star man. Goals for the Bedlington side came from Andrew McLennen 2, Tommy Wilkinson, Glen Reardon and David Kewn. Ryan Young was their star player.

Sunday, 1 October 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday the league has five teams in the NFA Sunday Minor Cup. Unfortunately, two sides have been drawn to play each other. Premier division side Earsdon Red Lion is at home against division one side Bebside Inn. High Street is at home against Prudhoe Town East End. Ashington Town Central travel to Prudhoe to play Prudhoe Social Club. Finally, Newbiggin New Ship is away against Westerhope Hillheads. All games start at 10. 30 am.
Teams please remember to ring results to the press officer after the games.

In round one of the George Davison Cup, both away teams won 7-0. High Street won at Ashington Sporting Club. Star man Anthony Goldie led the scoring with five. Richard Raine and Adam Emmerson completed the scoring. Simon Mavin was star man for the Sporting Club. Ashington RAOB won away against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. The Tavern held their own up to the break when they were only two down. However, the second half the Buffs fitness proved to much for the Tavern as the leaked five more goals. Keeper Andrew Clouson was star man for the Tavern. Goals for the Buffs came from Brent Aisbitt 2, Mark Race, Callum Donohoe, Kyle Downey,Chris Glass and an own goal. Chris Glass was their star player.

Round one of the S A Randolph Cup, Bedlington Social Club Utd ran out easy winners at home against Cramlington Green. They went through with a 14-0 win. Leading the scoring were Josh Monaghan and Andrew Welsh with four each. Joe Moscrop scored a hattrick. Completing the scoring was Sean Eagan, Josh Laverick and Ryan Gair. Andrew Welsh was their star player. Stephen Short was star man for the Green. In the quarterfinal of the same cup, Blyth Town Sunday booked their place in the semifinal with a 7-2 home win against Ashington Town Central. Martyn Hepple, Rob Ridley and Mark Rylatt all scored two each. Ryan McKee completed the scoring. Stephen Anderson and Kevin Chapman scored for the Central. Star players were Rob Ridley for Blyth Town and Michael Todd for the Central.

In round one of the Alan Davison Cup, holders Amble Tavern went out at home against Newsham Victory 3-0. It was a well below par performance from the Tavern. However, the Vic took their chances to move into the second round. Ross Gair was star man for the Tavern. Goals for the Vic came from David Lillico 2 and Daniel James, their star man was Nathan Sharp.

In the premier division, East Chevington Sports and Social had a good win at home 4-2 against Earsdon Red Lion. On target for the Chevington side were Jonathan Graham, Brad Simpson, Kevin Bell and star man Josh Baston. Ryan Walton scored both goals for the Lion from the penalty spot. Their star player was Shane Dixon. Whitehouse Ashinton also won at home 6-1 against Marden Residents. Leading the scoring for the Whitehouse were Ryan Wilson and Jordan Lashley with two each. Luke Chisholm and star man Michael Angus completed the scoring. Adam Burn scored for the Residents with keeper Ross Little their star player.

Division one saw an eleven-goal thriller between Bebside Inn and North Blyth Bar. Bebside taking the points by the odd goal. On target for Bebside were Joe McDonald 2, Martin Kelly, Gavin Agnew, Brooklyn Mole and Michael Stephenson. Star man Connor Willis led the scoring for the North Bar with a hattrick. Ryan Clark and Kear Downey were also on target. Star player for Bebside was David Long.Bedlington F C Sunday had a good win at home against Block and Tackle 3-1. Goals for the Bedlington side came from Michael Greives, Ryan Young and star man Tommy Wilkinson. Ross Jeffrey scored for the Block and Tackle with Jamie Essins their star player. Newbiggin New Ship went down to a shock defeat at home against Ashington Station Lounge by the odd goal in five. Kevin Halliday and star man Karl Davison scored for the New Ship. Star man Damien Stevens led the scoring with two. Alan Buller scored the other goal.

Sunday, 24 September 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the NFA Sunday Cup, Amble Tavern went through to the next round with a 2-0 win away to Bedlington Social Club Utd. Therefore, the league has lost one team. Goals for the Tavern came from Rob Baker and Star man Danny Lowes. Craig Webb was star player for the home side. Blyth Town went out away against North Shields Bliiy Mill 5-2. The Town came back fron two down to draw level. They then had a goal third goal chalked off when the ball was two yards over the line. They seemed to lose focus and conceded three goals late on. Daniel Carr and a twenty-five yard bullet from Martyn Hepple scored for the Town. Robert Ridley was their star man. Ashington RAOB just scraped through to the next round. They took the tie with a last minute penalty. Rob Hayes scored both goals for the Bowes Lyons with Adam Walton their star player. Kyle Downey, Kyle Oliver and Shaun Gibson with the penalty scored for the Buffs. Kyle Oliver was star man for the Buffs.

In the S A Randolph Cup round one, East Chevington went down at home by the odd goal in five against Earsdon Red Lion. On target for the Chevington side was Kevin Bell and star man Luke Baston. Star man Matty Newman scored two for the Lion. Michael Wedderburn scored their other goal.

In round two of the Alan Davison Cup Whitehouse came out on top in the Ashington derby against the Town Central. They won 4-2 with goals from star man Michael Angus hattrick and Glen Straughan. Star man Stephen Frater scored both goals for the Central.

First round of the Saints Shield saw Bebside Inn reached the next round with a 2-0 home win against Ashington Sporting Club. Ryan Waite and star man Gavin Agnew scored for the home side. Keeper Jamie Gregory was star man for the Sporting Club with some outstanding saves. High Street also went through witha 5-1 away win against Ellington Plough. The Plough had no answere to Anthony Goldie who scored four; he was also star player for the Street. Richard Raine scored their other goal. Mitchell Gray scored for the Plough with Max Wilson their star man. Afetr some good results, Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern went down at home 11-1 against a very strong Block and Tackle side. James Davison scored for the Shakesperare with Tom Barton their star man. Star man Bradley Higgins led the scoring for the visitors with four. Jordan Watson scored a hattrick. Further goals came from Rhys Haley, Lewis Carr, David Hepple and Sam wake. Newbiggin New Ship just went through by the odd goal in seven at home against Bedlington F C Sunday.Goals for the ship came from Karl Davison and Jake Anderson with two each. Ethan Page, Ryan Young and David Kewn scored for the Bedlington side. Star players were Jake Anderson for the Ship and Michael Greives for the Bedlington side.

Only two league games were played. In the premier division, Cramlington Green went down at home by the odd goal in nine against Marden Residents. James Thompson and Jordan Leonard scored for the Green with Karl Boughen their star man. Goals for Marden came from Grant Starling 2, Matty Dawson, Chris Ridgeway and Les Thompsom. Kear Cooper was their star man.

Division one saw Newsham Victory take the points with a 4-1 home win against Ashington Station Lounge. Star man David Lillico led the scoring with 2. Craig Frazer and Chris Yellowley also scored. Star man Chad Miller scored for the Lounge.

Sunday, 17 September 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday Amble Tavern starts their defence of the NFA Sunday Cup. The league has four teams in the competition. Unfortunately, Amble is away against Bedlington Social Club United form the same league. Ashington RAOB is away against Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons. Blyth Town Sunday is alsao away against North Shields Billy Mill from the Cramlington Sunday League. Good luck to you all.

In round one of the George Davison Cup, Blyth Town Sunday had little trouble reaching round two with an 8-0 home win against Bebside Inn. Robert Ridley led the scoring with a hattrick. Further goals came from Daniel Carr, James Woodhouse, Jack Patterson, Kevin Long and star man Mark Rylatt. Anthony Rutherford was star man for Bebside. Ellington Plough went down at home 3-2 after extra time against Cramlington Green. Star man Jack Phillips scored one goal with the second being an own goal. Kevin Marshall, Lewis Owen and Jake Larmouth scored for the Green. Karl Boughen was their star man. North Blyth Bar found the Whitehouse much too good or one player to fast as they went down 10-1. Andrew Bell scored for the Blyth Bar with Chris Reed their star man. Star man Jordan Lashley led the scoring with 5. Robert Watt added 2. Ryan Wilson, Michael Angus and Stephen Key completed the scoring. Round two saw Ashington Station Lounge go down at home 5-2 against Newsham Victory. Daniel Donnelly and star man Chad Miller scored for the Lounge. Goals for the Vic coming from Craig Frazer 2, Connor Vincent, David Lillico and star man Jeff Fuller. Marden Residents also lost at home 6-3 against East Chevington. The Residents found themselves 4-1 down at the break. They improved in the second half to share the goals. Marc Hunter, Chris Ridgeway and Matty Dawson scored for the Residents. Adam Burn was their star man. Star man Kevin Bell led the scoring with 5. Jack Small scored their other goal.

In the premier division, Ashington RAOB won by the odd goal in three at home against Amble Tavern. Kyle Downey and star man Lee Scott scored for the Buffs. Ambles goal came via an own goal. Ross Straughan was their star player. Also winning by the odd goal in three was Earsdon Red Lion beating Bedlington SC Utd. Ian Graham and star man Matty Newman scored for the Lion. James Thompson scored for the Bedlington side. Keeper Connor Oliver was their star player.

In division one, Block and Tackle won by the odd goal in five against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. Brad Higgins 2 and Richard Stobbart scored for the Block and Tackle. James Merrilo was their star man. Star man Mark Muldoon scored both goals for the Shakespeare.

Sunday, 10 September 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Amble Taverns defence of the S A Randolph Cup got under way with a 4-2 away win against the Whitehouse Ashington. Michael Simm and Mark Taylor scored for the Whitehouse. Jordan Lashley was their star man. Jake Baker led the scoring for the Tavern with two. Liam Brooks and Josh Hay were also on target. Ross Gair was their star player.

Round one of the Alan Davison Cup saw Blyth Town Sunday, host the High Street. Blyth Town progressed with a 4-2 win. Star man Liam Gillesphey scored twice. Further goals came from Daniel Carr and Mark Rylatt. Chris Laidlaw and Anthony Goldie scored for the Street. Ian Cochrane was their star man.

In the premier division, there were away wins for Ashington RAOB and Earsdon Red Lion. The Buffs won against local rivals Ashington Town Central 4-0. On target for the Buffs were Lee Scott 2, Brent Aisbitt and Callum Donohoe. Star players were Gary Scott for the Central and Kyle Downey for the Buff. Red lion won 4-1 away against Cramlington Green.

Ashington Station Lounge won 4-1 away againts Bedlington F C Sunday. Tommy Wilkinson scored for the Bedlington side. Damien Stevens with a hattrick and Jonny McGurk scored for the Lounge. Block and Tackle went down to a David Lillico goal for Newsham Vivtory. David Hepple was star man for the Block and Tackle. Once again, Jeff Fuller gained the award for the Vic. Ellington Plough won 5-3 at home against Ashington Sporting Club.Goals for the Plough coming from Sam Wright 2, Ben Turnbull, Jack Phillips and star man Luke Scott. On target for the Sporting Club were Luke McMahon, Ryan Crocker and star man Mark Mabon. North Blyth Bar went down at home against title favorites Newbiggin New Ship 8-0. The Bar found themselves three down at the break. They found the going tough in the second halh conceding another five. Liam Thompsom was star player for the North Bar. Leading the scoring for the new Ship was MacAulay Burt and Lee warren with two each. Further goals came from David Jobson, Kevin Halliday, Robert Haldon and Jordan Muldoon. Star player was Karl Davison.

Sunday, 3 September 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Ashington RAOB reached the David Crichton Memoerial Cup Final when they won a very close Blyth league final. They won by the odd goal in three after extra time against Amble Tavern. The Tavern failed to take the lead in normal when Josh Hay missed a penalty with the Buffs keeper McCafferty saving. He made up for it in injury time when he did score for the Tavern. However, it was not enough as Kyle Downey and Mark Race scored for the Buffs. Star players were Ross Straughan for the Tavern and Sean McCafferty for the Buffs. Mention for refferee Dean Hume who had an outstanding game.

In round one of the Alan Davison Cup, Marden Residents came from 3-1 down to win by the odd goal in seven. No details at present. Block and Tackle just went through to the next round after a fighting come back. They had to come back from 3-0 down at home against Ellington Plough; they made a change bringing on Bradley Higgins. He changed things around scoring four goals for the home side. Calum Johnson scored their other goal. Sam Wright 2 and Jack Traveris scored for the Plough Star players were Brad Higgings for the home side and Ben Turnbull for the Plough. Morpeth Con Club went down 5-0 at home against Bedlington Social Club. Robbie Lee Brown was their star man. Goals for the Bedlington side came from Jordan Cuthbertson, Joe Moscrop, Josh Monaghan and star man Kieran Eagan.

Games in the premier division were all away wins. Ashington Town Central went down 7-3 at home against local rivals the Whitehouse. Michael Todd 2 and star man Scott Neal scored for the Central. Michael Angus and Robert Watt scored two each for the Whitehouse. Further goals came fromMichael Freathy, Jordan Lashley and Mark Taylor. Stam man was Michael Angus. Blyth Town went down by the odd goal in seven at home against Earsdon Red Lion. Daniel Carr 2 and Martin Hepple scored for the Town. Danny Wilson was their star man. Star man Mathew Newman led the scoring with a hattrick for the Lion. Dale Walton scored their other goal. Cramlington Green lost 7-2 against East Chevington. Scott Smith and Jordan Leonard scored for the Green. Karl Boughen was their star man. Goals for the Chevington side came from Kevin Bell and Darren Smith with two each. Also on target was star man Mark Nixon, Brad Simpson and Owen Baston.

Division one had a cracker of a game between Ashington Station Lounge and High Strreet. The Lounge took the points with an 8-5 win. Star man Damien Stevens led the scoring with four. Further goals came from John Leonard, Chad Miller, Jonny McGurk and Luke Glasper. Goals for the Street came from Anthony Goldie 2, Richard Rain, Duane Dunn and Eion Ridley. Their star player was Adam Emmerson. Guidepost Shakespeare Taven lost at home 8-0 against Nesham Victory. Keeper Andrew Clouson was the home side's star player. He had an outstanding game and certainley kept the score down. Goals for the Vic came from Hattricks from David Lillico and Daniel Linney. Mark Ord and Daniel James completed the scoring. Jeff Fuller again was their star player. Newbiggin New Ship won 2-0 at home against Bebside Inn. MacAulay Burt and Jake Anderson scored for the New Ship. Jordan Muldoon was their star player.

Sunday, 27 August 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Bedlington Social Club United won at home 5-0 against Ashington Town Central. Goals for the Social Club came from Joe Moscrop 2, Craig Webb, Ben Senior and star man Andrew Welsh. Michael Todd was star player for the Central. Ashington RAOB won away by the odd goal in three against Earsdon Red Lion.

What a day for Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. They had a good win away against Ashington Sporting Club. The Shakespeare went into a two nil lead after a couple of minutes. They scored two more to four up. At this point, the Sporting Club woke up and pulled two back through Jamie Graham. The visitors went 6-2 up before Jamie Grahan completed his hattrick. Jamie Irving scored a hattrick for the Shakespeare. Jack Anderson scored twice. Star man John Spay scored the other goal. Jamie Graham was star man for the Sporting Club. Bebside Inn went down 2-0 at home against Ashington Station Lounge. Damien Steven scored both goals for the Lounge. Star players were Ryan McKee for the home side and Jay Little for the Lounge. Ellington Plough also went doen at home 5-3 against the Block and Tackle. Star man Mathew Turner with a double, Jordan Dodds scored their other goal. Bradley Higgins led the scoring with four. Star man Kieran Park completed the scoring. High Street went down at home 2-0 against Newbiggin New Ship. Anthony Goldie was star man for the Street. Mason Armstrong and MacAuley Burt scored for the Ship. Karl Davison was their star man.

Sunday, 20 August 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Amble Tavern has started the season with a bang. At the receiving end was Earsdon Red Lion who went down 12-0. Star man Phil Airey led the scoring with a hattrick. Also scoring a hattrick was Mathew Graham. Josh Hay, Rob Baker and Jake Baker all scored two each. Star man for the Red Lion was Mathew Newman. Ashington RAOB went even better, when they defeated Cramlington Green 17-1. Lee Scott led the scoring for the Buffs with 6. Kyle Oliver was next with 5, Kyle Downey scored 4. Star man Richard Morris scxored one and the other was an own goal. Scott Smith scored for the Green when stand in keeper Mel Harmison brought the forward down. Jordan Leonard was the Greens star man. Another team scoring double figures was Bedlington Social Club Utd. They won away 10-2 against Marden Residents. Joe Moscrop led the scoring with a hattrick. Star man Andrew Welsh added 2. Further goals came from Joe Bolam, Kieran Eagan, Josh Monahan, Sean Eagan and Jonny Barrett. Star man Les Thompson scored both goals for the Residents. East Chevington went down at home by the odd goal in seven against the Whitehouse Ashington. MacAuley Mason, Kevin Bell and star man Luke Baston scored for the Chevington side. On target for the Whitehouse was Michael Freathy with a hattrick. Styar man Jordan Lashley scored the other goal. Blyth Town Sunday won 3-0 at home against Ashington Town Sunday. Goals for the Blyth side came from Daniel Carr 2 and Chris McCartney. John Williams was their star man. Michael Todd was star man for the Ashington side.

High Street led the scorers in division one. They won at home 11-1 against Morpeth Conservativer Club. Star man Anthony Goldie led the scoring with 7. Chris Laidlaw scored twice. Brandon Nadeem and Dean Fitch completed the scoring. Robert Lee Brown scored for the Morpeth side. Greg Woodburn was their star player. Newsham Victory also won away when defeating Ellington Plough 7-0. Liam Taylor was star man for the Plough. Star man David Lillico scored 5 for the Vic. Chris Yellowley and Curtis Miller scored the other goals. Ashington Sporting won at home against Bedlington Sunday F C by the odd goal in five. On target for the Sporting Club were Luke McMahon, Brian Crocker and James Gregory. Mark Mavin was their star player. John Henderson and Michael Greives were on target for the Bedlington side. Liam Watson was their star player. Bebside Inn also won at home by the odd goal in three against Block and Tackle. Ryan McKee and star man Anthony Rutherford scored for the home side. Star man Bradley Higgins scored for the visitors. North Blyth Bar picked up their first point in the league with a 3-3 home draw against, Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. They did the hard way coming from behind after giving away two penalties. After going two behind, they got themselves back into it. However, they went 3-1 down before finishing the much stronger forcing a draw. The woodwork saved the visitors on many occaisions. Connor Willis 2 and Harry Bainbridge scored for the North Blyth Bar. Ryan Clark was their star player. Jamie Irving, Brandon Lawson and star man Mark Muldoon scored for the Shakespeare.

Sunday, 13 August 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The league programm got underway on Sunday with new teams in division one. In the premier division, Blyth Town Sunday started with a 7-0 away win against Cramlington Green. The Town will be a side to watch this season with some new signings. Robert Ridley led the scoring with a hattrick. Further goals came from Danny Wilson, Martyn Hepple, Chris McCartney and star player Peter Roberts. Liam Clark was star man for the Green. In a very close game Bedlington Social Club Utd went down at home by the odd goal in five against East Chevington. Josh Monaghan and Jamie Thompson scored for the Bedlington side. Star player was Craig Webb. Goals for the Chevington side came from Darren Smith with two and Kevin Bell. Luke Baston was their star player. Earsdon Red Lion won 4-2 at home against promtoed side Whitehouse Ashington. Mathew Newman with two, Mitch Renney and Adam Tierney were also on target. Dean Ellis was their star man. On target for the Whitehouse were Michael Freathy and Richard Hall. Jordan Lashley was their star player. The other promoted side Marden Residents went down 5-3 at home against league champions Ashington RAOB. Star man Chris Ridgeway scored all Mardens goals. Star man Lee Scott led the scoring for the Buffs with a hattrick. Jason Riches and Chris Willis scored the other goals.

Top of the table after one game is the High Street. They won 11-0 at home against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. Jamie Irving was star man for the Shakespeare. On target for the Street were Anthony Goldie, Alan Goldie and Brandon Nadeem all scoring hattricks. Duane Dun and Dean Fitch added the other two goals. Brandon Nadeem was star man for the Street. Ashington Sporting Club went down at home by the odd goal in three against Ellington Plough. Cal Mullighan scored for the Sporting Club with Shaun Henderson their star player. Star man Luke Scott scored both goals for the Plough. Bebside Inn went down at home against new boys Bedlington FC Sunday by the odd goal in seven. On target for Bebside were Ryan McKee with two and Martin Robinson. Craig Charlton was their star man. Adam McLennen led the scoring for the Bedlington side with two. Tommy Wilkinson and Michael Grieves scored the other goals. Sheldon White was their star player. Another new team Newbiggin New Ship won 4-2 at home against Newsham Victory. MacCauley Burt with two, Robert Holden and Lee Warren were also on target. Karl Davison was their star player. Connor Vincent and star man Dean Linney scored for the Vic. Last new team North Blyth Bar went down at home 5-2 against Morpeth Conservativer Club. Harry Blackburn and Alan Fairbairn scored the goals for the Blyth Bar. Liam Nelson gained their first man of the match award. Goals for the Morpeth side came from a James Jackson hattrick. Josh Laviewrs scored the other two. Josh Wilson was their star player.

Sunday, 6 August 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the Blyth Leagues section of the David Crichton Memorial Cup, three quarter finals were played. Going throught to the semifinals was Ashington RAOB, High Street and Blyth Town Sunday. The Buffs had a narrow win by the odd goal in seven at home against the Whitehouse. Josh Robinson 2, Shaun Gibson and Mathew bone scored for the Buffs. Luke Chisholm, Michael Angus and Robert Watt were on target for the Whitehouse. High Street won at home 5-1 against Ashington Station Lounge. Anthony Goldie led the scoring with a hattrick. Also scoring was Brandam Nadeem and Eoin Ridley. John Leonard scored the consolation goat for the Lounge. Marden Residents were no match for Blyth Town Sunday going down 10-1 at home. Ashley Cole scored for the Residents. Robert Ridley led the scoring for the visitors with a hattrick. Martyn Hepple coming on as a sub scored twice. Further goals came from Peter Roberts, Paul Cotterill, Daniel Wilson, Liam Gillesphey and Daniel Carr.

On Thursday night, the fourth quarterfinal will take place when Bedlington Social United plays Amble Tavern. Also on the same night the first semi-final will be played. Ashington RAOB will be at home against High Street. The second semi-final will be played on Thursday August 17th.
 

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