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Sunday, 21 May 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Ashington RAOB Lift League Title

What a final game of the season with the league title up for grabs. Amble Tavern needed to win and Ashington RAOB just needed to gain a point. It turned out to be a real head to head. Amble Tavern went into a two-goal lead with goals from Liam Brooks. I think the sight of the trophy turning made the Buffs play harder. They came fighting back with two goals from Ben Harmison and Kyle Downey to grab the point they needed. What a great return to the league for the Buffs. Amble has done their bit to make the season interesting. The defeat a couple of weeks ago cost them dearly. Star players were Brad Wake for the Tavern and Ben Harmison for the Buffs. Last game in the division saw both Bedlington sides go head to head once again. Again, the Social Club came out on top against the Market Tavern by 4-2. Daniel Dargue and star man Ryan Stafford scored for the Tavern. Star man Joe Bolam led the scoring for the Social Club with a hattrick. Craig Webb was also on target.

Division one saw Ashington Station Lounge go down 4-1 at home against Bedlington Breakers. Station Lounge had beed on a good run of results; however, they came unstuck in this one. On target for the Lounge was Chad Miller. Star man was Daniel Purvis. Goals for Breakers came from Liam Connor O'Brien, Robert Wilkinson, Alan Gibbard and star man Jake Gray.

Thanks to all clubs for your results during the season.

Sunday, 14 May 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Amble Tavern Retain County Cup

Congratulations to Amble Tavern who retained their NFA Sunday Cup. What a performance from Amble Tavern to remain the best Sunday team in the County. They came from behind twice to take the game into extra-time against Burradon and New Fordley from the Cramlington Sunday League. Amble has won all four of the finals they have reached this season. Goals for the Tavern came from Josh Hay 2 one a penalty in extra time to put Amble ahead. Rob Baker, Liam Brooks and Brent Aisbitt completed the scoring. There was not a man of match award.

In the premier division, Ashington RAOB made the league title a last game decider next weekend. They won away against Bedlington Social Club 6-1 Darren Dodd scored for the Social Club. Ryan Gair was their star player. Goals for the Buffs came from two players scoring hattricks. Kyle Oliver and star player Kieran Robson the players on target for the Buffs. We have to mention referee George Cammeron who was haging up his whistle after this game. Both sides made a guard of honour and League Chairman made a presentation for his services to the league over the years. Blyth Town done their normal thing for the last game of the season, all names went into the hat. The team was selected this way. It always ends up with a loss. Today they went down 6-2 against Bedlington Market Tavern. Goals for the Blyth Town came from centre half Martyn Hepple and Liam Gillesphey. Chris Davison was their star player. Star man Jonny Barrett led the scoring for the Tavern with a hattrick. Further goals came from Ross Fuller, Daniel Dargue and Chris Hay.

Ashington Station Lounge had a good win at home 7-0 against Ellington Plough. Jack Philips was star man for the Plough. Daniel McDonald led the scoring for the Lounge with 4, he was also their star player. Kieran Park completed the scoring with a hattrick.

Sunday, 7 May 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday Amble Tavern plays in the final of the NFA Sunday Cup. They are looking to retain the crown when they play Burradon and New Fordley from the Cramlington Sunday League. The game will be played at Whitley Park and Benton with a 10.30 kick off.

Amble Tavern went down to a second defeat in four days. They lost away to Blyth Town on Thursday night. Bedlington Market Tavern won by the odd goal in seven. The title will go down to the wire with Ashington RAOB on the last Sunday. Leading the scoring for the Market Tavern was Jonny Barrett with a hattrick. Ryan Stafford scored their other goal. On target for the Amble, side was star man Sean Taylor, Josh Hay and Adam Shanks. Jordan Anderson was star man for the Bedlington side.

Ashington Station Lounge won away against North Shields Pineapple 6-1. Jay Mill scored for the Pineapple with Les Thompson their star player. Scoring two goals each for the Lounge were Chad Miller, Daniel McDonald and Richard Stobbart. Richard Stobbart was also their star player. Bedlington Breakers won at home 3-0 against Ellington Plough. Goals came from Jake Gray, Andrew McLennen and Barry Tate. Star players were Daryl Wood for the Breakers and Jordan Dodds for the Plough.

Sunday, 30 April 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the J D Marnock Cup Final, Bedlington Social Club came out on top against the Bedlington Market Tavern by 3-1. The Market Tavern seemed to have the better of the early exchanges, however, without creating any chances. Joe Moscrop did have a chance to put the Social Club in front after good work by Craig Webb. Webbs cross went through Moscrops legs and wasa cleared. The Social Club were forced to make early changes after two players were injured. The Social Club took the lead after 30 minutes, after more good work from Craig Webb who found Josh Monaghan to score. The scores stayed level at the break.

The Market Tavern made a change at the break and started the better of the two sides. The Tavern keeper was called into action to prevent the Social Club going two up. The Tavern nearly drew level, but somehow the defenders managed to clear the ball. However, the Tavern did score when Jamie Thompson chased a ball down. Douglas in the Social Clubs goal should have headed the ball clear; however, he tried to kick it clear. The ball hit Thompson who had at tap in to bring it level. The Social Club came back and with fifteen minutes left Simon Cunnigham let fly with a shot from 25 yards. The Taverns keeper just stood and watched it sail into the top corner. Five minutes later Andrew Welsh made the game safe with a third goal for the Social Club. Man of the match award went to Craig Webb. Trophies were present by Committe member John Scantlebury on behalf of Reay Security.

Amble made it three finals and three wins when they defeated Ashington RAOB 4-0. The game never really turned out to be spectacular. Most of the game was spoilt by loads of petty fouls, which stopped the flow of the game. The game came to life with a flowing move, which ended with Sean Taylor scoring for Amble Tavern. The score remained 1-0 at the break.

After the break, a mixup between a defender and the keeper allowed Brad Wake to increase Ambles lead. Substitute Liam Brooks the made it three nil with fifteen minutes left. Then in added on time Josh Hay made it four. After the game NFA Councillor Frank Scantlebury and League Secretary on behalf of Port Traing Services. He also thanked Bedlington Terriers and staff for the use of their ground for the leagues finals. He then presented trophies to man of the match Brad Wake from Amble Tavern. Trophies were the presented to Match officials and both teams.

In the premier division, Blyth Town Sunday won 7-2 at home against Broomhill North End Trap. Leading the scoring was star man Martyn Hepple with a hattrick. Liam Gillesphey chipped in with two. Robert Ridley and a penalty from John William completed the scoring. Goals for the Trap came from Max Anderson and star man Reece Wright.

In the title decider for division one the Whitehouse Ashington needed to score three more goals than Marden Residents in their match to win the league. In the end, they ran out 4-0 winners. Michael Freathy led the scoring with two. Richard Hall and Michael Grieves scored the other two. Star man was Michael Simm.

Monday, 24 April 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday the leagues last two finals take place at Bedlington Terriers Ground. In the morning, it is an all Bedlington affair. The Market Tavern take on Bedlington Social Club in the JD Marnock final. Reay Security sponsors this game. The game starts at 10.30 am. In the afternoon, the top two teams meet in the George Davison final. Amble Tavern is up against Ashington RAOB. Port Traing Services sponsor this game. Game stars at 2.30 pm

The premier division saw Amble take advantage of the Buffs defeat to take top spot in the division. Amble won away against Bedlington Social Club 6-0. Liam Brooks and Sean Taylor scored two each. Josh Hay and Adam Shanks completed the scoring. Amble has three games left with one in hand over the Buffs. These two sides play each other the last game of the season. The Buffs went down to a shock defeat against Broomhill North End Trap 5-0. Leading the scoring for the Trap was star man Jonathan Graham with two. Further goals came from Luke Baston, Josh Baston and Darren Smith.

Marden Residents failed to make sure of the division one title when they went down 2-1 away against Morpeth Conservative Club. Goals for the Morpeth side came from Joel Laviers and Sam Proudlock. Phil McFarlane scored for the Residents. Whitehouse Ashington can still catch Marden if they win their final game and Marden lose, altough it will need a six goal swing. Then it will come down to goal difference. Ellington Plough went down at home against Bebside Inn 3-0. Goals for the Bebside came from Stephen Hanley, Steve Tarn and Dean Simmons. Ashington Station Lounge went down 6-1 at home against High Street. This win pushed High Street in to second place in the league. Anthony Goldie led the scoring with a hattrick. Adam Emmerson added two more. Chris Laidlaw completed the scoring.

Please remember to ring results into my mobile next Sunday.

Sunday, 16 April 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Ashington RAOB had a good win in the premier division away at Bedlington Market Tavern. They beat their hosts 4-1 to make the last few games interesting. On target for the Tavern was Glen Rearden, star man was keeper Luc Glasper. Star man Kyle Oliver led the scoring for the Buffs with a hattrick. Lee Scott scored their other goal. Bedlington Social Club won at home 9-2 against Newsham Victory. Craig Webb led the scoring for the Social Club with four. Joe Moscrop added two. Further goals came from Andrew Carr Andrew Welsh and stra man Adam Ryder. Chris Coppen and star man Connor Vincent scored for the Vic. Blyth Town Sunday made hard work of taking all three points at home against Cramlington Green by the odd goal in seven. Blyth Town was four nil up at the break, with goals from Liam Gillesphey hattrick and Antonie Ridley. They lost their keeper with an injury early in the second half, which allowed the Green to fight back with goals from Scott Smith, Jake Larmouth and Michael Jordan. Star player was keeper Stephen Short. Earsdon Red Lion and Ashington Town Central had to settle for a point each with a 2-2 draw. Wyn Fremlin and star man Shane Dixon scored for the Lion. Star man Liam Jackson scored both goals for the Central.

Whitehouse Ashington title hopes stayed alive with a 5-1 home win against Morpeth Conservative Club. They gained revenge for their final defeat the other week. Star man Mathew Jordan scored for the Morpeth side. Goals for the Whitehouse came from David Sturgeon, Michael Freathy, Richard Hall and Jordan Lashley. Their final goal was an own goal. Their star man was Michael Angus. Ashington Station Lounge went down at home against title chasing Marden Residents by 4-2. On target for the Lounge was Daniel McDonald with a penalty and Kieran Park. Star man was Jonny McGurk. Goals for the Residents came from Phil McFarland with two, Mathew Dawson and Shaun Nolan. Star player was Michael Robson.

Please remember, next Sunday please ring results to Dave Hartill.

Sunday, 9 April 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Ashington Station Lounge and Amble Tavern win the Finals

In the Eric Anderson Cup Final, Cramlington Green played Ashington Station Lounge; it was a game, which neither side wanted to win. It was a game, which saw the Lounge waste loads of chances to secure an easy win. However, they left their scoring boots at home. The Lounge had the better chances in the first half; they had a couple of goal bound shots cleared off the line. Even with the ball flashing across the goalmouth, nobody could get the final touch. The Green could have taken the lead just before the break when the forward had a shot with only the keeper to beat. However, he brought a good save from the keeper. The first half ended goalless.

Three minutes into the second half the Green nearly broke the deadlock. However, a defender cleared off the line. A couple of minutes later Louis Sneddon saw the keeper on the edge of his area. He hit the ball from sixty yards, which had the keeper stranded. However, the ball bounced over the bar with the keeper watching. Once again the Lounge was gifted a chance to take the lead when a clearence hit a defender. The ball went to the forward who had only the keeper to beat. His shot looked to be heading to the top corner, when the keeper made a tremenous save to push the shot over the bar. The Lounge was now taking the game to the Green, and another chance went begging when the shot went well wide of the target. It looked like the Lounge was going to regret their misses when the Green broke the deadlock with ten minutes remaining. Louis Sneddon put them infront with a shot, which went in of the post. Three minutes later it was back all square. A Green defender who had no option to play the ball with a forward waiting to pounce, he only managed to put the ball into his own net. With the game heading for extra time, Richard Stobbart scored with 90 seconds left to put the Lounge in front. Which they held onto to the finish.

Chairman of the league Colin Douglas thanked all those who came to support the teams. He
also thanked Bedlington Terriers and their staff for the use of their facilities. Firstly, trophies were handed out to all the mascots of both teams. He then handed the man of the match award to keeper Ryan Haire from Cramlington Green, which was chosen by Mr Steve Burn. Trophies were then given out to the officials, then to both teams.

Bedlington Social Club and Amble Tavern met in the Alan Davison Cup final. The game was very even and went down to the last couple of minutes before it was decided. Amble almost took the lead after a couple of minutes when a header fron Josh Hay struck the bar. Five minutes later they had another chance, however the centre forward put his shot wide. Amble Tavern took the lead on twenty-five minutes when thewy gained a penalty. Leading scorer Josh Hay stepped up and sent the Bedlington keeper the wrong way. Howver, seven minutes later the Social Club were back on level terms when Josh Monaghan scored. They almost took the lead when a freekick it the post and bounced clear. The scores remained level at the break.

The second half started with Amble having a chance to take the lead again. A defender was caught out by the bounce. The Amble forward was onto it; however, he lobbed the keeper and the crossbar. It only took another five minutes and Amble took the lead with Rob Baker scoring at the back post. The Social Club kept pushing forward and gained a penalty when Joe Moscrop was treipped just inside the penalty area. He got up atook the penalty himself, and placed it to the keepers left. It looked like this final was heading for extra time when the Amble side gained a corner. Josh Hay got on the end of it a placed his header firmly into the net. Amble Tavern held on to lift their second trophy in a couple of weeks. League secretary Frank Scantlebury thanked all those who turned up for the final. Then he thanked the staff of Bedlington Teriers and staff for the use of the ground for the finals. He then introduced Mr Alan Davison founder member of the league and a life member who sponsors his final. Man of the match award went to Jordan Giles from Amble Tavern chosen by Mr Paul Davison. Alan Davison then presented all trophies the officials and players.

In the second semifinal of the J D Marnock cup, Whitehuse Ashington was at home against Bedlington Market Tavern. It was a very even game, which was decided by the only goal of the game scored by Josh Laverick from the Market Tavern. They will now meet Bedlington Social Club in the final on April 30th with a 10.30 kick off. Star players were Jordan Lashley for the Whitehouse and Daniel Dargue for the Tavern.

Ashington RAOB had another win today with a 5-1 away win at Earsdon Red Lion. Star man Connor Hoyle scored for the Red Lion. Leading the scoring for the Buffs was star man Kyle Oliver with a hattrick. Further goals came from Lee Scott and Liam Davidson.

Division one saw Bedlington Breakers and Bebside Inn share the points in a 3-3 draw. On target for Breakers were Scott McBride, David Kewn and Alan Gibbard. Star man was Wesley Cole. Lee Birch, Martin Kelly and star man Ryan McKee replied for the Bebside. North Shields Pineapple went down at home 3-1 against Morpeth Conservative Club. Star man Les Thompson scored for the Pineapple. Goals for the Morpeth side came from Alex Laviers with a hattrick. Star player award went to his brother Joal Laviers.

Sunday, 2 April 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday the league, hold two more finals at Bedlington Terriers Ground. In the morning, the Eric Anderson final will take with a 10.30 kick off. Cramlington Green will play Ashington Station Lounge. Following this in the afternoon with a 2.30 kick off is the Alan Davison Cup final. Life member and founder of the Blyth League back in the sixties Alan Davison sponsors the Final. Bedlington Social Club is up against Amble Tavern.

The first semi final of the JD Marnock cup was played today; Bedlington Social reached the final with a 3-2 away win against Ashington Station Lounge. They did it the hard way coming from behind twice. Lounge went one up and two one up. Before, the Social Club won the game after seventy minutes with a free kick. John Leonard scored both goals for the Lounge. Daniel Donnelly was their star player. Star man Adam Harvey scored twice including the winner. Jamie Patterson also scored. The second semi final will be played next Sunday between Whitehouse Ashington and Bedlington Market Tavern.

In the premier division, Amble Tavern was made to fight all the way before taking the points at home 3-2 against Earsdon Red Lion. Brad Wake, Criag Keen and star man Joe Henderson scored for the Tavern. On target for the Lion were star man Liam Said and Michael Hartley. Newsham Victory went down at home 6-1 against Blyth Town Sunday. Jamie Harrison scored for the Vic with Mark Ord their star man. On target for Town Sunday were Martyn Hepple and Liam Gillesphey with two each. Gavin Agnew and Chris davison completed the scoring. Martyn Hepple was their star man. Cramlington Green went down at home 3-0 againmst Broomhill North End Trap. Karl Boughen was star man for the Green. Goals for the Trap came from Darren Smith, John Robinson and Jonathan Graham. Star man was Josh Baston.

Marden Residents had to struggle away against Bedlington Breakers. They had star man Ashley Cole to thank who scored the ony goal of the game. It was a vast improvement for the Bedlington side. What a come down for Morpeth Conservative Club. After the highs of winning the final last weekend, it was a different story. They went down 9-0 at home against High Street. Once again, Alex Laviers was star man for the Morpeth side. Scoring two goals each for the Street were Adam Emmerson, Anthony Goldie and Chris Laidlaw. Other scorers were Richard Raine, Michael Haley and Brandan Nadeem. Chris Laidlaw was their star player.

Sunday, 26 March 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Amble Tavern and Morpeth Conservative Club Win Finals

In the leagues first finals of the year two new names will be on the trophies. In the morning, final Morpeth Conservative Club put their league form behind them and lifted the Saints Shield. The Whitehouse Ashington on paper should have won; however, they never produced their league form. There were very few chances early on with most of the play in midfield. The Morpeth side started to get on top with Alex Laviers being the main threat. He was giving the Whitehouse fullback a torrid time. Finally, his pace took him past the defender and into the penalty area. He made a telling pass to Greg Woodburn who with time and space picked his spot to put the Conservative Club in front on twentysix minutes. Ten minutes later, Laviers was at it again; weaving past defenders, however, this time his cross was too high for Kyle Smith to convert. The score remained 1-0 at the break.

Whitehouse came out after halftime and put pressure on the Morpeth side's defence. Jordan Lashley suddenly started taking players on down the left wing, however, the forwards failed to take advantage. The Morpeth side's keeper finally made his first save when diving to his right to catch a shot. With ten minutes remaining, the Morpeth side went two up. James Jackson was sent clear down the right and scored with a shot across the keeper. With time running out the Whitehouse nearly scored. The keeper was off his line, the ball was dropping over his head, however, it land on top of the crossbar. The Conservative Club held on to win the Shield. League Chairman Colin Douglas said a few words and thanked all the supporters who turned up. The Trophies were present by League secretary and NFA Councillor Frank Scantlebury. Man of the Match award went to Alex Laviers from Morpeth Consevative Club.

In the afternoon Bedlington Market Tavern were up against Amble Tavern in the S A Randolph Cup. Before the game, there was a minutes silence for match sponsor and league sponsor Jimmy Scott from Standard Security who passed away in January. All his family turned up for the afternoon.

Amble Tavern started the much stronger and kept the Market Tavern defenders very busy. It was no surprise when Amble went in front. A neat through ball found Josh Hay outpacing the defenders to chip the ball over the keeper. Even with all the pressure, Amble failed to increase their lead. For all their efforts the Market Tavern rarely trouble the Amble keeper. With a couple of minutes before the break, Amble gained a freekick just outside the penalty area. Matty Graham stepped up and curled the ball into the top corner with the keeper well beaten.

The Market came out after the break with two subs on really put the defence under pressure. However, rarely troubled the keeper. Amble went three up with a copy of the first goal, with Josh Hay once again outpacing the defence to score. Howevr, two minutes later, the Market Tavern was awarded a penalty for a foul in the box. John Paxton stepped up and scored. This inspired the Bedlington side started to get behind the Amble defence. The gained a few corners and nearly scored when the ball somehow was hacked clear. With time running out the Amble side made the game safe. From a free kick, the ball was floated to the back post where Rob Baker head into the net unchallenged. Unfortunatley, a Bedlington player sustained a nasty injury towards the end and was taken to hospital. We wish him all the best for a speedy recovery.

League Chairman Colin Douglas thanked all those who turned up to watch the final. He also thanked Bedlington Terriers and staff for the use of the grond. He then introduced James Scott son of Jimmy to present trophies. Man of the match award went to Liam Brookes from Amble Tavern.

In the J D Marnock Cup, Ashington Station Lounge won against Ashington Town Central by the odd goal in three. Star man Karl Davison scored for the Central. Daniel McDonald scored bothy goals for the Lounge. Kieron Park was their star man.

The premier division saw wins for Cramlington Green and Earsdon Red Lion. The Green won 3-1 at home against Newshan Victory. Karl Boughen 2 and James Thompson scored for the Green with Lewis Allen their star man. Star man Chris Coppen scored for the Vic. The Red Lion won by the odd goal in five against Broomhill North End Trap. Ian Graham, Adam Tierney and star Mitchell Renney were on target for the Lion. Star man Josh Baston and Mark Nixon scored for the Trap.

Bedlington Breakers drew 2-2 with Ashington Sporting Club. Shakespaeare Tavern went down 5-0 at home against Ellington Plough. James Davidson was star man for the Tavern. Goals for the Plough came from Jordan Dodds 2, Jack Hunter, Sam Wake and star man Jack Travers. North Shields Pineapple went down at home 5-3 against Bebside Inn. Les Thompson, Karl King and Jay Miller scored for the Pineapple. Lee Gray was their star player. Leading the scoring for Bebside was Martin Robinson with a hattrick. James More and Dean Simmons completed the scoring. Martin Kelly was their star player.

Sunday, 19 March 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

On Sunday March 26th, the league will hold their first finals of the season. In the morning with a 10.30 kick-off, Morpeth Conservative Club will play Whitehouse Ashington in the Saints Shield. Morpeth Conservative Club has done well reaching a final in their first season. In the afternoon with a 2.30 kick-off, two new teams will contest the S A Randolph Cup. Bedlington Market Tavern will meet Amble Tavern. Standard Security sponsor this final.

Amble Tavern reached the final of the George Davison Cup after a very tough game at home against Blyth Town Sunday. The Tavern finally reached the final after a penalty shoot out, winning 4-3. Sean Taylor scored twice during normal time for the Tavern. Steven Craig and Martyn Hepple scored for Blyth Town in normal time. Craig Keen scored for the Tavern in extra time, with Steven Craig scoring a second for the Town. Sean Taylor was star man for the Tavern. Steven Craig was star man for the Town.

In the semi finals of the Eric Anderson Cup, Ashington Station Lounge and Cramlington Green reached the final. The Lounge won 5-3 against North Shields Pineapple. Goals for the Lounge came from Daniel McDonald 2, Kieron Park, Nick Storey and Daniel Donnelly. Star man was Jonny McGurk. Cramlington Green won by the odd goal in five against Earsdon Red Lion. On target for the Green was Louis Sneddon 2 and star man Andy Kirkup with an eighty yard shot. Star man Michael Butcher scored both goals for the Lion.

In the premier division Ashington RAOB are pushing for the title after another win at home against Bedlington Social Club. Amble Tavern are still on course, however they have the Buffs to play. Scoring for the Buffs was Karl Downey and Karl Oliver. Star man was keeper Sean McCafferty. Star man for the Social Club was Craig Webb. Bedlington Market Tavern and Broomhill North End Trap shared nine goals between them. However, the Market Tavern took the points by the odd goal. Star man Kieron Eagan led the scoring for the Tavern with a hattrick. Callum Donohoe and Daniel Dargue scored the other goals. Goals for the Trap came from Mark Owen, Darren Smith, Max Anderson and Luke Baston. Mark Owen was their star man. Newsham Victory and Ashington Town Central had to settle for a point each after a 3-3 draw. Mark Langlands, Daniel James and Chris Yellowley scored for the Vic. Mark Ord was their star player. Michael Todd scored all the goals for the Central. Stephen Frater was their star player.

Division one saw wins for Marden Residents and Morpeth Conservative Club. Marden won 3-1 at home against Ellington Plough. Marc Hunter 2 and a Chris Ridgeway penalty scored for the Residents. Chris Ridgeway also missed a penalty. Martin Peters was their star player. Jordan Dodds scored for the Plough, withStuart Packer their star man. Morpeth scored ten at home against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern without reply. Star man Alex Laviers led the scoring with 4. Robbie Brown scored a hattrick. Further goals came from Sam Proudlock, Greg Woodburn and Joe Laviers. Dan Gibson was star man for the Shakespeare.

The Standard Security Blyth & Wansbeck Sunday League will be looking for new teams to join us next season. If you are interested in joining us, please contact the league secretary by email frankscantlebury@yahoo.co.uk. Please include a contact number in your email.

Sunday, 12 March 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Buffs Reach George Davison Final

In the first semifinal of the George Davison Cup Ashington RAOB just managed to get past Broomhill North End Trap by the odd goal in three. The Buffs were heading for victory with five minutes left with a goal from Ben Harmison. With four minutes left, John Robinson scored for the Trap. With extra time looming, almost with the last kick of the game Ben Harmison scored the winner. Star players were Luke Baston for the Trap and keeper Sean McCafferty for the Buffs. They will now wait for next weeks other semi final when Amble Tavern plays Blyth Town Sunday.

At last the quarterfinal of the Eric Anderson cup between North Shields Pineapple and Bedlington Breakers finally was played. The Pineapple went through to the semifinal by the odd goal in five. Goals for the Pineapple came from Les Thompson 2 and Grant Starling. On target for the Breakers was star man Andrew McLennen with both goals. Star man for the Pineapple was Nicky Thompson.

In the J D Marnock quarterfinals, Bedlington Market Tavern had to fight all the way before beating Ellington Plough 4-3 after extra time. The Plough went two up before the Tavern came fighting back to take a 3-2 lead with goals from Jonny Barrett 2 and Jordan Cuthbertson. The Plough scored a late goal to take the game into extra time. With minutes, left before it would go to penalties Bradley Richardson scored for the Tavern. Goals for the Plough came from Jordan Dodds, Max Robinson and Jack Hunter. Star players were Ross Dixon for the Tavern and Ben Turnbull for the Plough. Another Bedlington side to reach the semi finals was the Social Club they went through beating Earsdon Red Lion by the odd goal in three. On target for the Social Club were Adam Harvey and Jamie Patterson. Star player was Adam Ryder. Mitchell Renney scored for the Lion with Michael Butcher their star player.

In the Premier division, Amble Tavern moved closer to winning the title with an eleven-goal romp against Cramlington Green. Keeper Ryan Haire was the Green's star man. Leading the scoring for the Tavern was star man Josh Hay with four. The other seven goals were shared with Sean Taylor, Ryan Douglas, Ross Straughan, Bradley Wake, Mathew Graham, Liam Brookes and Joe Henderson with one each.

Division one saw Whitehouse Ashington win 3-0 at home against Bebside Inn. On target for the Ashington side were Jordan Lashley, Michael Freathy and star man Michael Angus. Keeper Craig Charlton was star man for the Bebside.

Sunday, 5 March 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Once again, the weather Friday and Saturday put paid to a few fixtures with only four surviving.

In the Eric Anderson quarterfinal, Earsdon went through with a 5-1 win away to Ellington Plough. Josh Chambers scored for the Plough. Mitch Renney 2, Michael Butcher and Andy Smith scored for the Red Liuon. The other goal came from an own goal. Star players were Jonny Wilson for the Plough and Adam Tierney for the Red Lion. North Shields Pineapple and Bedlington Breakers will try again next week to play their quarterfinal.

The only game in the premier division saw Ashington RAOB beat Blyth Town Sunday by the odd goal in five. The Buffs went two goals up with a double from Shaun Gibson. The Town came fighting back whth Mathew Crook also scoring twice. The winner for the Buffs came with just over a minute left. It was a family affair with Ben Harmison crossing from the right, James Harmison was at the back post to score the winner. Star players were Ben Harmison for the Buffs and Liam Gilesphey for the Town.

In the division, one Ashington Station Lounge took the points at home against the Whitehouse Ashington in a ten-goal thriller. The Lounge won 6-4. Daniel McDonald led the scoring for the Lounge with a hattrick. Richard Stobbart scored twice. David Hepple completed the scoring. Nick Storey was their star player. Goals for the Whitehouse came from Michael Freathy 2, Mark Taylor and star man Jordan Lashley. High Street won away against Bebside Inn by the odd goal in three. David Long scored for Bebside with keeper Craig Charlton their star player with some great saves. Anthony Goldie and Eoin Ridley scored for the Street with Brandan Nadeem their star player.

Sunday, 26 February 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Amble Reach County Final

Amble Tavern reached the NFA Sunday Cup final with an excellent win away against Blakelaw Social 4-1. Star man Josh Hay led the scoping with a hatrick. Brent Asibitt scored the Taverns other goal. Ashington RAOB failed to make it an all Blyth league final as trhey went down two nil away at Burradon and New Fordley. Amble and Burradon will meet each other on April 30th at Whitley Park.

Bedlington Market Tavern reached the final of the S A Randolph Cup with a 3-0 home win against Newsham Victory. On target for the Tavern was Ryan Stafford, Jonny Barrett and star man Daniel Dargue. Star man for the Vic was Connor Vincent. The Tavern will now meet Amble Tavern in the final in four weeks time.

In the Eric Anderson quarter finals Ashington Station Lounge had a good win at home against Blyth Town Sunday. The game ended up being decided on penalties, which the Lounge won 5-4. The score was 1-1 at normal time and at the end of extra time. John Leonard scored for the Lounge with Martyn Hepple scoring for the Blyth Town side. Star players were Kieron Park for the lounge and Peter Roberts for the visitors. North Shields Pineapple home game against Bedlington Breakers was off again. It will now be played nexr weekend. Ellington Plough V Earsdon Red Lion game was off.

In the premier division, Bedlington Social Club won away at Ashington Town Central by 5-2 in a very competitive game. On target for the Central were James Convery and Scott Neal. Keeper Dean Farndale was their star player. Star man Joe Moscrop led the scoring for the Social Club with 3. Adam Harvey and Craig Webb scored the other two.

Division one saw Marden Residents have a comfortable win away at bottom club Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. They scored ten goals without reply. Leading the scoring with hattricks for Marden was Chris Ridgeway and Phil McFarlan3. Further goals came from Marc Hunter, Keir Cooper, Richard Thompson and Josh More. Star players were Jamie Irving for the Shakespeare and Martin Peters for the Residents. What a game between High Street and the Whitehouse Ashington. The Whitehouse had the game won just after half time. They led 4-1 at the break; they made it 5-1 just after the restart. Somehow, the Street stepped up a gear and came fighting back scoring five goals to take the points by the odd goal in eleven. Anthony Goldie led the scoring for the Street with a hattrick; also on target were Adam Emmerson, Chris Laidlaw and Brandan Nadeem. Michael Freathy scored a hattrick foer the Whitehouse. Michael Angus and star man Jordan Lashley scored the other two. Star player for the Street was Eoin Ridley. Ashington Sporting Club and Bebside Inn shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Robert Watt and Mark Mabon scored for the Sporting Club. Martin Kelly and Nick Bell scored for Bebside. Star players were Paul Hetherington for the Sporting Club and Joe McDonnell for the Bebside.

Sunday, 19 February 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next weekend the league has two teams playinging in the NFA Sunday Cup semi-finals. Amble Tavern is away agiainst Blakelaw Social Club. Ashington RAOB is also away against Burradon and New Fordley fom the Cramlington Sunday League. Both games kick off at 10.30 am. Good luck to both sides.

In round one of the Eric Anderson Cup, Whitehouse Ashington was at home to premier side Earsdon Red Lion. What a game it was, Whitehouse were very unlucky to go out of the cup after extra time by the odd goal in five. Michael Freathy and Michael Grieves scored for the Whitehouse. Jordan Lashley was their star man. Star man Scott Purcell scored twice, Mitchell Renney scored their other goal. In the quarterfinals, Cramlington Green who has had a poor season put that behind them with a good win at home against Marden Residents 3-0. Goals for the Green came from Jake Larmouth, Scott Lwery and star man Adam Kirkup. Star man for Marden was Ashley Cole. The other quarterfinal between North Shields Pineapple and Bedlington Breakers was abandoned after ten minutes after a serious injury. The Pineapple was one up at the time with a goal from Grant Starlin. This game will be played next week.

Semifinals of the Alan Davison Cup saw Amble Tavern just reach the final by the odd goal in nine against division one side High Street. High Street should be proud for their efforts against the free scoring Tavern. Leading the scoring for the Tavern was Josh Hay with a hattrick. Liam Brookes and star man Sean Taylor scored the others goals. On target for the Street were Adam Emmerson 2, Anthony Goldie and Chris Laidlaw. Star players were Sean Taylor for the Tavern and Adam Emmerson for the Street. Amble Tavern will meet Bedlington Social Club.in the final. The Social Club beat local rivals Bedlington Market Tavern 5-3 after extra time. In a very entertaining game, the Tavern led 3-2 when Adam Ryder scored a third for the Social Club. In extra time, Joe Moscrop scored two goals to add to the two in normal time. Star man for the Social Club was Joe Moscrop. No goalscorers for the Tavern.

In the premier division, Ashington RAOB won the Ashington derby against Town Central 3-0. Stephen Frater was star man for the Central. Goals for the Buffs came from Kieron Robson, Jason Riches and Josh Robinson. Star player was Reece Simpson. Broomhill North End Trap had an excellent win at home against Blyth Town Sunday. Even better as they went down to ten men after two minutes, and from a goal behind. Liam Gillesphey put the visitors ahead from a penalty. He also scored the Towns second goal. Goals for the Trap came from Kevin Bell, Phil Airey, Reece Wright and star man Darren Smith. Liam Gillesphey was star man for the Town.

In division one, Ashington Sporting Club won at home 3-1 against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. Tommy Wilkinson, Mark Mabon and star man Adam Ord scored for the Sporting Club. James Davidson scored for the Tavern with keeper Andrew Clouston their star man. Ellington Plough won at home 4-2 against Morpeth Conservative Club. Jack Philips 2, Sam Wake and star man Ben Turnbull scored for the Plough. James Jackson and star man Alex Laviers scored for the Morpeth side.

Sunday, 12 February 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The semi final of the S A Randolph Cup was called off due to the flooded pitch. The game will now be played on Sunday February 26th. Next weekend both semi finals of the Alan Davison Cup will be played.

In the premier division, Broomhill North End Trap continued the winning run with a 5-0 home win against Earsdon Red Lion. Michael Hartley was star man for the Lion. Goals for the Trap were shared between five players. On target was Darren Smith, John Robinson, Luke Baston, mark Nixon and star player Max Anderson. Cramlington Green played this home game away at Ashington. Howevr, they went down against the strong Ashington RAOB by 10-3. Goals for the Green came from James Thompson, Chris Horn and star man Michael Jordan. Leading the scoring for the Buffs was star man Ben Harmison with a hattrick. Shaun Gibson and Kieran Robson added two each. Gibson scoring with a twentyfive yard freekick. Other goals coming fron Kyle Oliver, Gary Bailes and Josh Robson

Only two games were played in division one, both home sides winning. In a very close game Bebside Inn won by the odd goal in five, against Morpeth Conservative Club. It looked like it was going to end in a draw, however, an own goal in the last minute by a Morpeth player gave Bebside the points. Pother goals for the Bebside came from Martin Kelly and Ryan McKee. Michael Stephenson was their star man. Robbie Brown and Kyle Smith scored for the Morpeth side. Greg Woodburn was their star player. Another game, which was close with Marden Residents winning by the odd goal in nine against High Street. The game was switched to High Streets ground with Marden still the home side. The Street took an early lead, the Marden scored twice to go in front. The Street came back three times from a goal down, however, Marden held on to take the points. Leading the scoring for the Residents was Marc Hunter with a hattrick including the winning goal. Star man Phil McFarlane scored with the other goal coming fron an own goal. Star man Chris Laidlaw led the scoring with 2. Adam Emmerson and Duane Dunn scored the other two.

Sunday, 5 February 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the semifinal of the SA Randolph Cup, Amble Tavern booked their place in the final. They had excellent win at home against Ashington RAOB by 7-1. It was all over by half time with all goals coming in that time. The Tavern made changes at the break taking off some players to give others a chance. Liam Brookes led the scoring with 2. He was also star man. Further goals came from Jordan Giles, Brad Wake, Josh Hay, Brad McClellend and a super goal from Sean Taylor. Kyle Downey scored for the Buffs with Chris Willis their star player. Amble now wait for the winners of next weeks other semifinal between Bedlington Market Tavern and Newsham Victory.

The Saints Shield finalists was decided today. Whitehouse Ashington will meet Morpeth Conservative Club. The Whitehouse won 3-1 away against neighbours Ashington Station Lounge. The Lounge lost their keeper for handball outside the box; they also lost another player for two yellows. Star man Nick Storey scored for the Lounge just before half time. Michael Freathy scored to level just before the break. Michael Freathy added a second with Jordan Taylor scoring the last one from 25 yards. David Sturgeon was their star man. The other semifinal was much closer with Bedlington Breakers at home against the Morpeth side. In the end, it was the Morpeth side booking their place in the final when Alex Laviers scored the only goal of the game. Daryl Wood was star man for the Breakers, with Greg Woodburn stram man for the Morpeth side.

In the premier division, there were plenty of goals scored in the three games. Ashington Town Central and Cramlington Green shared ten in a 5-5 draw. Star man Michael Todd led the scoring for the Central with a hattrick. Scott Neal and Brad Higgins completed the scoring. Also scoring a hattrick for the Green was Karl Boughen; further goals came from Dean Devlin and star man John Wilson. In another high scoring game Broomhill North End Trap won 6-3 at home against Newsham Victory. Goals for the Trap came from Darren Smith 2, Jonathan Graham, Kevin Bell, Gary McDonald and star man John Robinson. On target for the Vic was Mark Langlands, Daniel James and star man Lee Sellers. Earsdon Red Lion went down at home by the odd goal in three against Bedlington Market Tavern. Dean Ellis scored for the Lion with Michael Butcher their star man. Scoring both goals for the Tavern was Daniel Dargue. Brad Richardson was their star player.

Sunday, 29 January 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Overnight frost put paid to most of the fixtures, with only two remaing.. However, reaching the semifinal of the George Davison Cu was Broomhill North End Trap. They are the last team to reach the semis. The Trap won at home 4-1 against Newsham Victory. Goals for the Trap came from Kevin Bell 2, Jonathan Graham and Max Anderson. Star player was Darren Smith. Star man Daniel James scored for the Vic.

Division one saw High Street win at home 5-2 against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. Leading the scoring for the Street was star man Chris Laidlaw with a hattrick. Adfam Emmerson scored the other two. Jack Anderson and Tom Barton scored for the Tavern. Jamie Irving was their star player.

Sunday, 22 January 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In round one of the Eric Anderson Cup, Ashington Station Lounge had a home tie against Ashington Sporting Club. The Lounge went through winning 6-1. The game was very even in the first half although the Lounge was on top. However, they found the Sporting Club keeper in fine form pulling off a string of fine saves to keep the Lounge at bay. However, he could not continue his fine form in the second half. Goals for the Lounge coming from Chad Miller, Jack Taylor, Chris Dryburn, Alan Buller, Richard Stobbart and star man Nick Storey. Robert Watt scored for the Sporting Club with Tommy Miller their sat man. Ellington Plough also went through with a 2-0 win at home against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. Ben Turnbull and Jack Philips scored for the Plough. Star players were Jonny Wilson for the Plough and Andrew Clouston for the Tavern.

In round one of the JD Marnock Cup, Bedlington Social Club moved into round two with a 4-1 home win against Marden Residents. On target for the Bedlington, side was Joe Moscrop, Josh Monaghan and Simon Cunningham. There was also an own goal. Marc Hunter scored for the Residenmts. Star players were Adam Harvey for the Social Club and Michael Robson for the Residents. In an all-premier division tie, Earsdon Red Lion went through with a 4-2 home win against Cramlington Green. Goals for the Lion came from star man Adam Tierney 2, Mitch Renney and Ryan Walton. Star man Marcus Brown scored both goals for the Green.

Only one game was played in the premier division between Ashington Town Central and Bedlington Market Tavern, which ended in a 4-4 draw. Central was 4-2 up when they went to sleep on a couple of occaisions to let the Tavern grab a point. Michael Todd led the scoring for the Central with 2, Brad Higgins and Carl Stobbart completed the scoring. Stephen Frater was their player. Star man Jamie Thompson led the scoring with a hattrick. Mathew Nelson scored the other goal.

Division one saw a very competitive game between High Street and Guidepost Social Club. In the end, the Street won the game by the odd goal in three. Goals for the Street came from Jason Smart and Chris Laidlaw. Sean Craddock was their star man. Andrew McLennen scored for the Social Club, with Joe Wells their star man. On a heavy pitch, Morpeth Conservative Club and Bebside Inn shared the points in a 1-1 draw. Kyle Smith scored for the Morpeth side. Tom Mac Pherson was their star man. David Long scored for the Bebside with Ryan McKie their star man. Another close game saw Whitehouse Ashington beat North Shields Pineapple by the odd goal in five. On target for the Whitehouse was Kurtis Bell, Jordan Taylor and star man Jordan lashley. Star man Les Thompson scored both goals for the Pineapple.

Sunday, 15 January 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The weather over the last few days decimated most of the fixtures, with only four surviving. In the quarterfinal of the S A Randolph Bedlington Social Club was at home against rivals Bedlington Market Tavern. The game was very close, over the Social Club had a player sent off. The Tavern took full advantage and progressed to the semifinals with a 5-3 win. Goals for the Social Club came from Joe Moscrop 2 and keeper Connor Oliver from his own goal area. Goals for the Tavern coming from star man with Daniel Dargue 2. Further goals came from Kieran Eagan, Jordan Cuthbertson and Jamie Thompson. Craig Webb was star man for the Social Club

In round one of the Eric Anderson Cup Guidepost Social Club and Blyth Town Sunday reached the second round. Guidepost won 3-1 at home against Morpeth Conservative Club with goals from Adam Mathews, Mathew Wilkinson and David Kewn. Jake Gray was their star player. Alex Laviers scored for the Morpeth side with Rodger Woodburn their star man. Blyth Town won by the odd goal in three away against Newsham Victory. David Lillico scored for the Newsham Side with keeper Chris Morton their star man. Goals for Blyth Town came from Martyn Hepple and Liam Gillesphey. Star man for the Town was keeper David Hansen who kept the Vic at bay.

The final game of the day was Broomhill North End Trap at home against Amble Tavern in the premiership. In a very close game, the Trap held the Tavern to just one goal. However, they conceded a second late in the game. Scoring both goals for the Tavern was Liam Brookes. Star players were Darren Smith for the Trap and Jamie Dixon for the Tavern.

Sunday, 8 January 2017

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The league got back under way again with loads of cup matches. In the SA Randolph cup for the premier division teams. Ashington RAOB was at home against Blyth Town Sunday. In a very entertaining game by these two good sides, it w3as the Buffs who came out on top with a 5-2 win. Leading the scoring for the Buffs were Reece Simpson and Kyle Oliver with two each. Paul Dunn completed the scoring. Peter Roberts and Jordan Miller scored for Blyth Town. Star players were Ben Harmison for the Buffs and Antonie Ridley for Blyth Town.

In round one of the J D Marnock Cup, Ashington Station Lounge was at home to locals Ashington Sporting Club. The Lounge progressed into the second round with an 8-1 win. Star man Richard Stobbart led the scoring for the Lounge with five. Further goals came from Paul Keys, Daniel Donnelly and Kieran Parkes. Robert Watt scored for the Sporting Club with Calum Mulligan their star player. Also through to the second round is Bedlington Market Tavern who won away against Bebside Inn 5-0. Jonny Barrett led the scoring for the Tavern with 2. Other goals came from Brad Richardson, Calum Donohoe and Daniel Dargue. Star players were Joe McDonald for the Bebside and Brad Richardson for the Tavern. Whitehouse Ashington also went through with a 6-0 win at Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. Reece Aikman was star man for the Tavern. Goals fro the Whitehouse came from a Michael Freathy hattrick. Michael Grieves, Jordan Lashley and Mark Taylor completed the scoring. Michael Simm was their star man. Earsdon Red Lion against Cramlington Green was called off by the council.

In the quarter final of the Alan Davison Cup Bedlington Social Club progressed to the semis, however, they did it the hard way against Broomhill North End Trap coming from two nil down to lead 5-2 at the break. The Trap came back with two goals then missed a penalty to bring the scores level. The Bedlington side scored three more to reach the semifinal. Goals for the Bedlington side came from Adam Ryder and Craig Webb with two each. Further goals came from Adam Harvey, Brad Jones, Joe Moscrop and Andrew Welsh. Adam Harvey was their star player. Gary McDonald and Jonathan Graham scored two each for the Trap.

Amble closed the gap in the premier division with an 11 nil win against Ashington Town Central. Stephen Frater was star man for the Central. Scoring hattricks for the Tavern was Josh Hay and Liam Brookes. Sean Taylor scored twice, Joe Henderson, Ross Straughan and Lewis Shanks completed the scoring. Sean Taylor was star man for the Tavern.

Division one saw High Street take the points at home with a 4-2 win against North Shields Pineapple. Goals for the Street came from James Armstrong 2, Adam Emmerson and star man Anthony Goldie. Jay Miller scored both goals for the Pineapple. Star player again was play anywhere Les Thompson. He started in goal again, came out to play outfield, and then went back in goal.

Saturday, 31 December 2016

MID SEASON REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

As we reached the mid season break, both divisions are very competitive at present. In the premier division Bedlington Social Club, lead the wayon twenty points. Close on their tails is Ashington RAOB, with a game in hand and only a point behind. Also, up at the top his Blyth Town Sunday who were the early leaders of the division. However, Amble Tavern look set to catch all three up with two games in hand. However, with they are three points behind the Buffs with a game in hand, so it looks like The Buffs and the Amble side look to battle it out in the New Year. However, any slip-ups could let one of the chasing sides sneak in and take the title. Bedlington Market Tavern is breathing down the necks of the top four. Cramlington Green who had a bad start to the season have slowly found their form and picked up some points towards half way. The Trap is another side blowing hot and cold. The bottom four sides are eight points adrift of Earsdon Red Lion with fourteen points. After a good season last time around Newsham Victory and Ashington Town Central have not hit form so far.

Division one, Marden Residents and the Whitehouse Ashington lead the division both on thirtythree points with thirteen games played. High Street is in third at present seven points behind. Ashington Station Lounge have games in hand, even winning those games they can only climb upto third, still six points behind. Guidepost Social Club are in a good postion to push for promotion if they can maintain their form in the second half of the season and take advantage of dips in form from the sides above. Of the new teams that joined the league, Ellington Plough is in mid-table; however, Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern with a young side are rooted the bottom. Praise must go to this side, as they turn up every week and give there all. Morpethh Conservative and North Shields Pineapple are two sides that pick up decent results; however, they then loose some silly games. Fortunes could change in the second half of the season.

Amble Tavern and Ashington RAOB are involved in the semifinals of the County Sunday Cup. Both sides have a chance of reaching the final. If this happens, it is a good advert for the league.

Sunday, 18 December 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Three quarter finals of the George Davison Cup were played, all ending in away victories. The final quarterfinal with be played in Janruary. Blyth Town Sunday won 4-1 away to High Street. These two sides normally produce a close game, however, Town Sundaywere alot stronger inthis game. Adam Emmerson scored for the Street with James Armstrong their star player. On target for the Blyth Town side were Danny Wilson, Robert Ridley, Jordan Miller and star man Antonie Ridley. Morpeth Conservative Club put up a brave fight against the strong Ashington RAOB side. Alex Laviers was star man for the Morpeth side. Goals for the Buffs came from Jason Riches 2, Kyle Downey, Michael Angus, Mathew Bone, Nick Adamson and star man Kris Willis. North Shields Pineapple also went down at home against the very strong Amble Tavern side. The Pineapple did not disgrace themselves in going down 5-0. Goals for the Tavern came from Josh Hay 2, Rikki Hume, Mathew Graham and star man Sean Taylor. Broomhill North End rap and Newsham Victory will be hoping to join the semifinal draw in the New Year

In the premier division, Bedlington Social Club and Ashington Town Central had to settle for a point each in a game of two halves. Star man Joe Moscrop scored both goals for the Social Club. Bradley Higgins doing the same for the Central, however, the star player award went to Stephen Frater. Broomhill Noreth End Trap back in action had a good win at home against Bedlington Market Tavern by 6-1. Leading the scoring for the Trap was star man Jonathan Graham with a hattrick. Reece Wright added two more, with Ben Lilburn completing the scoring. Kieron Eagan scored for the Tavern and was their star player. Cramlington Green had a surprise win away against Earsdon Red Lion 3-1. Star man Andy Beckers scored for the Lion. Goals for the Green came from Louis Sneddon, James Thompson and star man Joe Eagan.

Bebside Inn had a good win at home 4-2 against Ashington Station Lounge. Star man James More led the scoring with a brace. Nick Sanderson Bell and Chris O'Neil completed the scoring. Daniel McDonald and Alan Buller scored for the Lounge, with Glen Tear their star man. In a battle of two Ashington sides, the Whitehouse came out on top with a 6-1 win against the Sporting Club. Luke McMahon scored for the Sporting Club with Paul McKael their star man. Goals for the Whitehouse came from Robert Old, Michael Freathy, Jordan Lashley, Richard Hall, Jordan Hancock and star man David Sturgeon.

Wishing all clubs a Happy Christmas and good fortune for the New Year.

Sunday, 11 December 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Three quarterfinals of the Alan Davison Cup were played, all three ended in home wins. Through to the semi finals are Amble Tavern, Bedlington Market Tavern and High Street. Amble Tavern won 7-1 against Ashington Town Central. The game was all square at the break 1-1; however, the Tavern hit top gear in the second half. Brad McClelland led the scoring for the Tavern with a hattrick. Further goals came from Josh Hay, Craig Keen, Sean Taylor and star man Liam Brookes. Bradley Higgins scored the consolation goal for the Central. Keeper Dean Farndale was their star man with an outstanding game. Market Tavern went all the way to extra time before beating Ashington RAOB 2-1. In normal time, goals came from Daniel Dargue for the Tavern and Sean Gibson for the Buffs. John Paxton scored the winner for the Tavern. Jonny Barrett was star man for the Tavern with Ben Harmison gaining the award for the Buffs. High Street went through with a 6-3 win against Bebside Inn. Goals for the Street came from Chris Laidlaw 2, Richard Raine, Adam Emmerson, Anthony Goldie and star man Brandon Nadeem. On target for the Bebside were Ryan Waite, Dean Simmons and David Long. Jason Hamilton was their star man.

Blyth Town Sunday had a good win at home in the premier division 5-1 against Earsdon Red Lion. Michael Renney scored for the Lion with Ian Ellis their star man. Goals for the Town Sunday side came from Daniel Wilson 2, Antonie Ridley, Jordan Miller and star man Martyn Hepple. In a ten-goal thriller, Cramlington Green went down at home 6-4 against Bedlington Social Club. Karl Boughen 2, Connor Hall and James Thompson scored for the Green. Lewis Allen was their star man. Joe Moscrop led the scoring for the Social Club with a hattrick. He was also their star player. Also on target were Michael Carr 2 and Andrew Welsh.

Division One saw Ashington Sporting Club have a good win at home against Morpeth Conservative Club 3-0. Tom MacPherson was star man for the Morpeth side. Goals for the Sporting Club came from Adam Ord, Tommy Wilkinson and Luke McMahon. Star man was Adam Mavin. Ellington Plough went down at home by the odd goal in five against Ashington Station Lounge. Mitchell Gray and Jack Philips scored for the Plough. Goals for the Lounge came from Nick Storey, Chad Miller and John Leonard. Star players were Jack Lacey-Hatton for the Plough and Richard Stobbart for the Lounge. In a local derby, the two Guidepost sides met, with the Social Club taking all three points at home against the Shakespeare. On target for the Social Club were Adam Mathews, Jake Gray, Jay Henderson, Michael Douglas, Mathew Wilkinson and Craig Thompson. Goals for the Shakespeare came from Daryl Gibson and Michael Straker. Star players were keeper Wesley Cole for the Social Club and Andrew Clouston for the Shakespeare. Marden Residents had to fight all the way to take the points at home against North Shields Pineapple, winning by the odd goal in three. Chris Ridgeway and star man Marc Hunter scored for the Residents. Grant Starlin scored for the Pineapple, with Les Thompson again star man for the sixth week running.

Sunday, 4 December 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the premier division, title favorites Amble Tavern had a superb win at home 7-0 against Bedlington Social Club. Joe Bolam was star man for the Social Club. Star man Sean Taylor led the scoring again for the second week running, this week scoring a hattrick. Josh Hay scored twice. Brad McClelland and Stephen Gibbard completed the scoring. Ashington RAOB also won at home with a 5-2 win against Earsdon Red Lion. Kyle Oliver led the scoring with a hattrick. Lee Scott and Jason Riches scored the other two. Kyle Downey was their star man. Ian Graham scored one goarl for the Lion, no name for the other one. Michael Renney was their star man. Bedlington Market Tavern won at home 6-1 against Cramlington Green. Star man Darren Reay led the scoring with 2. Also on target were Daniel and Shane Gray, Jamie Thompsom and Daniel Dargue. Wayne Carr scored the consolation goal for the Green, with Karl Boughen their star man.

Leaders Whitehouse Ashington went down to a 3-1 home defeat against Guidepost Social Club. Michael Freathy scored for the home side. On target for the Social Club were Robet Wilkinson, Mathew Wilkinson and star man Andrew McLennen. Star man for the Whitehouse was Glen Straughan. Marden Residents took full avantage with an away win at Bebside Inn, winning by 5-1. They are now level on points with the Whitehouse with the same number of games played. Scoring for Bebside was David Long. Star man was Craig Charlton who was forcd to play outfield instead of in goal. Goals for the Residents came from Phil McFarland 2, Barry Buckley, Mathew Dawson and Michael Thompson. Star man was Adam Burn. High Street and Ellington played out a 2-2 draw. On target for the Street were Richard Raine and Anthony Goldie. Replying for the Plough was Jack Travers and star man Jonny Wilson. Robin White was star man for the Street. Asshington Station Lounge had a good win away against Morpeth Conservative Club 7-2. Star man Alex laviers scored both goals for the home side. Star man Daniel McDonald led the scoring for the Lounge with a hattrick. John Leonard score twice. Chad Miller and Chris Dryburgh completed the scoring. North Shield Pineapple scored nine without reply at home against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. Grant Starlin led the scoring with 4. Jordan Marshall scored 2. Further goals came from Peter Roadment, Nicky Thompson and Les Thompson. Star players were Jamie Irving for the Shakespeare, with Les Thompson gaining the award for the fifth week running.

Sunday, 27 November 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the premier division, Amble Tavern closed the gap on the teams above them to within three points. They had a tremendous win at home 9-1 against Bedlington Market Tavern. Leading the scoring was star man Sean Taylor with four. Josh Hay scored twice. Further goals came from Liam Brookes, Ethan Iredale and Rikki Hume. Kevin Halliday scored for the Tavern with Brad Richardson their star player. Ashington Town Central put up a fine performance at home against Newsham Victory. In the end, they still went down by 7-4. Star man Michael Todd was in good form scoring all four goals for the Central. Craig Frazer led the scoring for the Vic also scoring four. Other goals came from Daniel James 2 and David Lillico. Daniel James was also their star player.

There was a couple of close games in division one. Ashington Sporting Club with a run of bad results lately, put up a brave fight at home against High Street. With the game goaless at the interval, the Street went two up after the break. Sporting Club came fighting back to draw level. The game was in added time when the Street scored from a free kick to take the spoils. Calum Mulligan and Luke McMahon scored for the home side with Robert Watt their star player. Goals for the Street came from Eoin Ridley, Chris Laidlaw and Daryl Gallon. Michael Haley was their star player. Bebside Inn also left it late to win at home against by the odd goal in seven against Guidepost Social Club. Bebside went three nil up before the Social Club came fighting back to draw level. With minutes, remaining Bebside secured the points. On target for the Bebside was star man Martin Robinson 2. Jason Hamilton and James More completed the scoring. Goals for the Social Club came from Mathew3 Wilkinson 2 and Daryl Wood. Jake Gray was their star man. Ellington Plough whad another good win at home 3-0 against North Shields Pineapple 3-0. Star man, Max Robinson 2 and Jack Philips scored the goals for the Plough. Les Thompson was star man for the Pimeapple. Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern found themselves 3-0 down at home against Whitehouse Ashington early on. They went in at the break 4-1. They came out fighting in the second half and came close in pulling the goals back. However, they ended up going down 5-3. Robert Sharp, Ian Jackson and star man Ethan Page scored for the Tavern. Michael Freathy led the scoring for the Whitehouse with a hattrick. Also scoring was Curtis Bell and star man Michael Grieves.

Sunday, 20 November 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In round, two of the George Davison Cup saw wins for Broomhill North End Trap and Blyth Town Sunday. The Trap won away at Bedlington Social Club by the odd goal in five. Josh Monaghan scored both goals for the Social Club. On target for the Trap was Kevin Bell, Max Anderson and star man Jonathan Graham. Keeper Graham Douglas was star man for the Social Club after a good display in nets. Blyth Town Sunday won at home against Bedlington Market Tavern 2-0. Robert Ridley scored both goals for the Blyth Town side. Star player were Paul Katz for the Blyth Town and Shane Gray for the Market Tavern.

It was also quarterfinals of the S A Randolp Cup where two ties took place. Amble Tavern won at home 3-1 against Earsdon Red Lion. On target for the Tavern was the normal scorers Josh Hay, Brad McClelland and Ethan Iredale. Josh Hay was also their star player. Andrew Smith scored for the Red Lion with Michael Butcher their star player. Cramlington Green with a much-depleted team went down at home against Newsham Victory 5-0. Keeper Ryan Haire was outstanding, keeping the score down. Leading the scoring for the Vic was speedy forward David Lillico with a hattrick. Daniel James and Dean Linney completed the scoring. Jordan Wright was their star player.

In the Saints Shield quarter finals for teams in division one, shock of the day was Morpeth Conservative Club beating Marsden Residents by the odd goal in seven. It was more remarkable as the Morpeth side played the whole game with ten players. Goals for the Morpeth side came from Cameron Llyod 2, Greg Woodburn and Sam Proudlock. Kyle Smith was their star player. Marc Hunter scored a hattrick for the Residents. Ashley Cole was their star man. Holders High Street also went out at home against Whitehouse Ashington by the odd goal in five. Star man Chris Laidlaw scored both goals for the Street. Goals for the Whitehouse came from David Sturgeon 2 and Michael Freathy. Jordan Lashley was their star man. Bebside Inn also went down at home 5-0 against Guidepost Social Club. Joe McDonnell was star man for the Bebside. Star man Adam Mathews led the scoring with two. Further goals came from Craig Thompson, Andrew McLennen and Mathew Wilkinson North Shields went down at home 4-1 against a much improved performance fron Ashington Station Lounge. Nicky Thompson scored for the Pineapple with Les Thompson their star man yet again. Daniel McDonald 2, Richard Stobbartand star man John Leonard scored for the Station Lounge.

Division one saw Ashington Sporting Club pick up a point at home against Ellington Plough with a 2-2 draw. Robert Watt and Robert Bell scored for the Sporting Club. Darren Armstrong was their star man. Stuart Packer scored goals for the Plough. Jonny Wilson was their star man.

Sunday, 13 November 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Only one game was possible in the premier division with both Broomhiil North End Trap and Ashington Town Central home games falling foul to the weather. However, Amble Tavern had a good win at home 9-0 against Blyth Town Sunday. Leading the scoring with hattricks was Josh Hay and Brad McClelland. Further goals came from Ross Gair, Ethan Iredale and star man Liam Brookes. Liam Gillespie was star man for the Town Sunday.

Division One saw loads of goals scored in the matches played. Ellington Plough at home against Guidepost Shakespeare Taven shared eleven goals bewteen them. With the Plough taking, the points with an 8-3 win. On target for the Plough were Ben Turnbull 2, Matt Turner, Luke Scott, Max Robinson, Adam Fawcett, Mitch Gray and star man Jack Philips. Lee Fuller with 2 and star man Jamie Irving scoring for the Shakespeare. Guidepost Social Club scored seven at home against Morpeth Conservative Club who did manage a consolation goal. Leading the scoring was Jake Gray with four including a hattrick in the first twelve minutes. Joe Wells scored twice, with Mathew Wilkinson completing the scoring. Daryl Wood was tbeir star man. Joe Laviers scored for the Morpeth side with Liam Parkin their star player. Bebside Inn went down at home 5-2 against Whitehouse Ashington. Kyle Tosney and Jason Hamilton scored for the Bebside. Mark Robinson was their star player. Micheal Freathy led the scoring for the Whitehouse with four including two penalties. Jordan Hancock scored the other goal. Star player was Jordan Lashley who was outstanding who received high praise from the home club secretary. Ashington Sporting Club went down at home against North Shields Pineapple 5-0. Sporting Club started with nine players and was doing well. They managed to get two more players, however, the Pineapple pulled Les Thompson out of nets and he changed the game. Keeper Simon Mavin was star man for the home side with a string of good saves. Goals for the Pineapple came from Lee Dennis, Jay Miller, Karl King, Charlie Thompson and Jay Dalton. Star man was Les Thompson

Sunday, 6 November 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the premier division, Cramlington Green finally found some form when beating Ashington Town Central 6-0. The Green had three players scoring two each, Jake Larmouth, John Wilson and Michael Jordan. Star players were Karl Boughen for the Green and Bradley Higgins for the Central. Newsham Victory went doen at home 6-2 against Earsdon Red Lion. David Lillico scored both goals for the Vic. Daniel James was their star man. Ryan Walton led the scoring for the Lion with two. Further goals came from Michael Butcher, Micheal Renney, Ryan Walker and star man Tony Browell. The big match of the day between Ashington RAOB and Amble Tavern ended all square 2-2. Gary Bailes put the Buffs one up; Ethan Iredale drew the Tavern level to go in at the break level. Ben Harmison scored to put the Buffs back in front. It looked like they were destined to take all three points. However, with ten minutes left Josh Hay scored for the Tavern to make all square. This led to a fantastic finish to the game; however, neither team could find the winner. Star players were Kyle Downey for the Buffs. Brad Wake gained the award for the Tavern.

Division one saw North Shields Pineapple win away at Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. The Tavern went in at the break a goal to the good. However, the Lion came fighting back to take the points with a 5-3 win. Jamie Irving, Ethan Page and Daryl Gibson scored for the Tavern. Andrew Clouston was their star player. Star man Chris English led the scoring for the Pineapple with a hattrick. Lee Dennis and Karl King completed the scoring. High Street had a comfortable win 8-1 at home against Ashington Sporting Club. Once against Robert Watt scored for the Sporting Club and was their star player. Leading the scoring for the Street was Anthony Goldie with a hattrick. Brandon Nadeem and Chris Laidlaw scored two each. Sean Pickering completed the scoring. Star man was Chris Laidlaw.

Sunday, 30 October 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next weekend the league has two teams in round three of the NFA Sunday Minor Cup. Marden Residents are away against Benwell Sports Bar. Broomhill North End Trap is also away against Blyth South Beach Pub. This game will be on Broadway Field Blyth with a 10.30 kick off.

In round two of the Alan Davison Cup, Amble Tavern was at home against Cramlington Green. The Green are bottom of the premier division and came up against a team in form. The Tavern eased into the third round with an 8-0 win. Karl Boughen was star man for the Green. Leading the scoring for the home side was star man Brad McClelland with four. Josh Hay scored a hattrick. Mathew Graham completed the scoring.

Ashington RAOB and Broomhill North End Trap scored nine goals between them. However, the Buffs ran out winner by 6-3. On target for the Buffs was Reece Simpson with a hattrick. Lee Scott scored twice. Josh Robinson scored their other goal; Shaun Gibson was their star man. Goals for the Trap came from Darren Smith, Jonathan Graham and star man Max Anderson. Bedlington Market Tavern also won at home 4-2 against Ashington Town Central. Jason Wilson led the scoring with a double. Jonny Barrett and Brad Richardson were also on target. Kieron Eagan was their star man. Stephen Frater scored both goals for the Central. Scott Neil was their star man. In a very close game, Bedlington Social Club beat Newsham Victory away by the odd goal in five. Chris Coppen and star man Joe Betts scored for the Vic. Star man Craig Webb 2 and Michaeal Carr scored for the Social Club.

Division one leaders Marden Residents continue to stay top after a 3-1 away win against Ellington Plough. Tom Morgan scored the consolation goal for the Plough. Jonny Wilson was their star man. On target for the Residents were Chris Ridgeway 2 and Marc Hunter. Adam Burn was their star player. Whitehouse Ashington lost ground on the leaders with a 4-1 defeat away to High Street. Star man Michael Simm scored for the Whitehiouse. Goals for the Street came from Eoin Ridley, Brandon Nadeem Anthony Goldie and star man Chris Laidlaw. Bebside Inn won at home 4-1 against Ashington Sporting Club. Goals for the Bebside came from Jason Hamilton 2, David Long and Nick Bell. Joe McDonnell was their star man. Robert Watt scored for the Sporting Club; he was also their star player. Guidepost Social Club had to fight all the way to take the points at home against Ashington Station Lounge. Guidepost was leading three nil and well in control of the game. However, they gave away a soft penalty, and then conceded a second. They were glad to hear the final whistle. Goals for the Social Club came from star man Andrew McLennan 2 and Jake Gray. On target for the Lounge was Daniel McDonnald and Paul Key, star player was Craig Towert. Morpeth Conservative Club also won at home against North Shields Pineapple 5-3. Goals for the Conservative Club came from Kyle Smith 2, Dan Lewin, Nick O'Neil and Cameron Lloyd. Alex Laviers was their star man. On target for the Pineapple was Jay Miller 2 and star man Les Thompson

Sunday, 23 October 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Amble Tavern Join Ashington RAOB in County Cup Semi Finals

Amble Tavern made it two teams from our league to reach the semi finalsa of the NFA Sunday Cup. They had a good win away against Haltwhistle Jubilee 4-2. Goals for the Tavern came from star man Josh Hay, Jordan Giles, Brad Wake and a wonder goal from inside his own half from Brad McClelland. Let's hope Amble and the Buffs avoid each other in the semi finals.

Round two of the George Davison Cup, there were plenty of goals scored. Struggling Ashington Station Lounge went down 5-0 at home against High Street or should we say Anthony Goldie. He scored all five goals for the Street. Also was their star man. Daniel Purvis was star man for the Lounge. Also going through to the third round was Ashington RAOB who won 3-1 away against Earsdon Red Lion. Michael Hartley scored for the Lion with Michael Renney was their star man. On target for the Buffs were Gary Bailes, Shaun Gibson and Jason Ritches. Liam Davidson was their star player. Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern was another home team going out of the cup. They went down 6-1 against a very strong North Shields Pineapple side. Brandon Lawson scored for the Shakespeare with Tom Barton their star man. Leading the scoring for the Pineapple was star man Nicky Thompson with a hattrick. Keeping it in the family was Charlie Thompson with two. Jay Miller completed the scoring. Morpeth Conservative Club pulled off a surprise win at home 5-1 against Bebside Inn. On target for the Conservative Club was Alex Laviers 2, Kyle Smith, Cameron Lloyd and star man Greg Woodburn. Jason Hamilton scored for the Bebside with Andrew Armstrong their star man.

In the premier division, Ashington Town Central went down at home 5-2 against Broomhill North End Trap. Gavin Armstrong and Bradley Higgins scored for the Central. Danial Carr was their star player. Goals for the Trap came from Daniel Palmer, Jonathan Graham, Darren Smith, Kevin Bell and star man Luke Baston. Bedlington Social Club and Blyth Town Sunday played out a 3-3 draw. The Social Club were leading 3-1 late into the scond half; Blyth Town came fighting back as the Social tired. Star man Craig Webb scored a hattrick for the Social Club. Star man Ross Gilchrist 2 and Martyn Hepple replied for the Town Sunday. Newsham Victory had an easy win at home against the stuggling Cramlington Green. They won by 6-0 with goals from Chris Coppen and David Lillico scoring two each. Craig Frazer and Joe Betts also scored. Star man was Connor Vincent. Joe Eagan was star man for the Green.

Division one saw Ellington Plough win at home by the odd goal in five against Guidepost Social Club. On target for the Plough were Jack Travers, Ben Turnbull and Jack Tordoff. Jonny Wilson was their star man. Goals for the Social Club came from Alan Gibbard and star man Jake Gray. Marden Residents went down at home by the odd goal in three against Whitehouse Ashington. Mathew Dawson scored for the Residents with Kevin Salmon their star man. Scoring for the Whitehouse was Michael Freathy with two penalties. Star man was Jordan Lashley

Sunday, 16 October 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

It was not good news for Amble Tavern in their FA Sunday Cup tie at home against Witton Park Rose and crown. They went down to a two nil defeat. However, they play their rearranged NFA Sunday Cup tie next Sunday away against Haltwhistle Jubilee. Game kicks off at 10.30 am.

In the NFA Sunday Cup, Bedlington Market Tavern failed to join Ashington RAOB in the semi finals. They went down 3-1 away against Blakelaw Social Club. Star man Jonny Barrett scored their consolation goal in the second half.

Newsham Victory reached the third round of the George Davison Cup with a 6-1 home win against Guidepost Social Club. Leading the scoring for the Vic was David Lillico with a hattrick. Further goals came from Joe Betts, Jamie Harrison and star man Daniel James.

Round two of the Alan Davison Cup, Ellington Plough played well against Bedlington Social Club. Premier division side Bedlington were made to fight all the way before moving into round three by the odd goal in three. Star man Jack Philips scored for the Plough. Star man Andrew Welsh scored both goals for the Social Club.

In the premier division Broomhill North End Trap scored seven at home without reply against Cramlingto Green. Scott Smith was star man for the Green. Scoring two each was Luke Baston, Jonathan Graham and Darren Smith. Calum Bremner scored the final goal. Star man was Mark Nixon. Blyth Town Sunday got back to winning ways with a 6-1 away win against Ashington Town Central. Star man Scott Neal scored for the Central. Three players scored for Blyth Town all with two each was Martyn Hepple, Antonie Ridley and star man Peter Roberts.

Great news in division one; Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern gained their first point of the season with a 2-2 home draw against Ashington Sporting Club. They were two down at half time with goals from Robert Watt and Ryan Crocker. They turned things around in the second period, with goals from Ethan Page and Daryl Gibson. Star players were Jamie Irving for the Shakespeare and Robert Watt for the Sporting Club. Another side coming from behind was High Street at home against Bebside Inn, winning 5-2. Bebside was one nil up at the break. High Street made a change at the break bringing on Adam Emmerson. In turned the game around with two goals. Anthony Goldie scored twice, with star man Chris Laidlaw completing the scoring. Goals for the Bebside came from Craig Danielson and Zak Douglas. Keeper Craig Charlton was star man for the Bebside. Morpeth Conservative Club went down 2-0 at home against Whitehouse ashington. Harvey Johnson was star man for the Conservative Club. Scoring the goals for the Whitehouse was Michael Greives. David Sturgeon was their star man. Marden Residents kept up their good form with a 7-2 home win against Ashington Station Lounge. Star man Stephen Ardley led the scoring with a hattrick. Also scoring were Kevin Salmon, Ashley Cole, Mathew Dawson and Barry Buckley. Goals for the Station Lounge came from Daniel Purvis and Craig Towert. Star player was Daniel McDonald.

Sunday, 9 October 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Buffs Reach Semi Finals

Ashington RAOB reached the semifinals of the NFA Sunday Cup. The Buffs were at home against much fancied North Shields Billy Mill from the Cramlington Sunday League. Kyle Downey put the Buffs one up with a tremendous shot from the edge of the box. Ben Harmison increased their lead. Billy Mill pulled a goal back with minutes remaining. Gary Bailes was their star pleyer. Amble Tavern's away game at Haltwhistle Jubilee was called off earlier in the week. The County have rearranged the game for Sunday October 23 rd.

In the first round of the George Davison Cup North Shields Pineapple had a good win at home 6-2 against Ellington Plough. Charlie Thompson and Jay Dalton scored two each. Chris English and Jordan Marshall completed the scoring. Lee Gray was thier star man. Jack Philips and star man Max Robinson scored for the Plough.

There were four games in round two of the Alan Davison Cup. Ashington Sporting Club were no match for rampant High Street who won by 10-2. Robert Watt and Calum Mulligan scored for the Sporting Club. Keeper Simon Mavin was their star player. He pulled off some fine saves to keep the score down. Leading the scoring for the Street was Anthony Goldie with seven. Not good, enough for the star man award. Further goals came from Duane Dunn, Eoin Ridley and star player Chris Laidlaw. Bebside Inn also went through with a 6-1 home win against Ashington Station Lounge. Daniel McDonald scored the consolation goal for the Lounge. Goals for the Bebside came from star man Martin Kelly with two. Further goals came from Jason Hamilton, David Long, Martin Robinson and Joe MacDonnell. Bedlington Market Tavern won at home 3-0 against Newsham Victory. On target for the Tavern were Calum Donohoe, Kieron Eagan and Reece Farrell. Jonny Barrett was their star player. Star player for the Vic was Danghai Vuong. Final game in round two saw Broomhill North End Trap win by the odd goal in three against Marden Residents. Trap took the lead with a penalty from Kevin Bell. Barry Buckley pulled the Residents level. However, a defensive mistake was the Residents downfall as Darren Smith scored the winner. Star player's weree Luke Baston for the Trap and Marc Hunter for the Residents.

Another tight game saw Earsdon Red Lion win at home by the odd goal in three against Blyth Town Sunday in the premier division. Ryan Walton and Michael Butcher score for the Lion. Connor Hoyle was their star man. Goal for Blyth Town came from star man Ross Gilchrist.

What a game in division one with no less than twelve goals scored. Morpeth Conservative Club and Guidepost Social played out a six all draw. Nick O'Neil led the scoring for the home side with a hattrick. Alex Laviers scored twice. His brother Joe Laviers completed the scoring. Alex Laviers was star man for the Morpeth side. Star man David Kewn led the scoring for the Guidepost side with another hattrick. Jake Gray 2 and Andrew McLennen completed the scoring. Whitehouse Ashington won 5-2 at home against basement side Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. Star man Michael Grieves led the scoring with a hattrick. Jordan Hancock and Jordan Lashley scored the other two. Star man Ethan Page scored both goals for the Shakespeare Tavern.

Sunday, 2 October 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday the league has two sides in the quarterfinals of the NFA Sunday Cup holders Amble Tavern and Ashington RAOB. Amble Tavern is away against Haltwhistle Jubilee. Ashington RAOB is at home against North Shields Billy Mill from the Cramlington League. Good luck to both sides.

Only two sides made it through to the third round of the NFA Sunday Minor Cup. Broomhill North End Trap had a walkover against Cullercoats under 21s. Marden Residents were at home against league rivals Morpeth Conservative Club. The Residents had a comfortable win 11-0. Leading the scoring was star man Marc Hunter with five. Mathew Dawson and Barry Buckley scored twice. Stephen Dynes and Phil McFarlane completed the scoring. Glen Straughan was star man for the Morpeth side.Earsdon Red Lion went down 5-2 at home against St Peters Social. Ryan Walker and Brian Watson scored for the Lion; Michael Renney was their star man. High Street also went down 3-0 at home against BardonMill Bowes Lyons; Nick Heslop was their star man.

In round one of the George Davision Cup Cramlington Green went down at home 5-2 against Bedlington Social Club. Louis Sneddon and James Thompson scored for the Green. John Leonard was their star man. Star player Andrew Welsh led the scoring for the Social Club with two. Further goals came from Brad Jones, Phil Gowens and Andrew Carr.

In round one of the Alan Davison Cup, it looked like an upset was on the cards at Amble where the Tavern was at home against North Shields Pineapple. The Pineapple went two nil up with goals from Chris English and Grant Starlin. The Tavern came storming back with goals from Josh Hay 2 and Kelvin Flanighan, the winner coming in the last minute of stoppage time. Star players were Ross Stewart for the Tavern and keeper Robert King for the Pineapple. Round two saw a very competitive game, which looked like going to extra time between Blyth Town Sunday and Ashington RAOB. It took a very late goal from Ben Harmison from the Buffs on eighty-nine minutes to win the tie. He was also star man for the Buffs. Robert Ridley was star man for Blyth Town. Ashington Town Central also went through to the third round with a 4-2 home win against Guidepost Social Club. Trevor Newman led the scoring for the Central with two, Scott Neal and star man Michael Todd scored the other two. Star man Andrew McLennen and Joe Wells scored for the Social Club.

Only one game was played in the premier division. Bedlington Market Tavern was at home against Newsham Victory. In a very close game with both sides hoping to take all three points, they had to settle for a point each with a 1-1 draw. Jason Wilson was on target for the Market Tavern with Jordan Anderson their star man. Daniel James scored for the Vic with Bailey Morton their star man.

In another Ashington derby, Sporting Club entertained Station Lounge; however, the Station Lounge had a forward in top form. Chad Miller scored four of his sides five in their win. Daniel Donnelly was also on target. Robert Bell scored for the Sporting Club. Star players were Robert Watt for the Sporting and Chad Miller for the Lounge. Bebside Inn also scored five in their away win at Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. The Tavern failed to score a goal. Tom Barton was star man for the Tavern. Goals for Bebside came from Gordan Reverly, Jason Hamilton, David Long, Ian Locke and star man Zac Douglas. Ellington Plough went down at home 4-0 against Whitehouse Ashington. Jack Hatton was star man for the Plough. Jordan Lashley led the scoring for the Whitehouse with two. Star man Tony Messenger and Curtis Bell also scored.

Sunday, 25 September 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the David Crichton Memorial Cup Final, Bedlington Social Club was up against North Shields Billy Mill for the second time in two weeks. It was the Bedlington side had had the first scoring chance in the early exchanges. However, after eight minutes Craig Webb put the Bedlington side in front. They could have increased their lead, however the chances went begging. Billy Mill started to put the pressure on the Bedlington defence. It was no surprise when they drew level. Andy Robinson with good control beat two defenders. He hit a cross shot into the far corner. With the Shields side keeping the pressure on, it was that man Andy Robertson who put his side infront with a simular goal to his first one on the stroke of half time. The second half saw the Social Club come back into the game, although Billy Mill was still dangerous on the break. On the hour, mark the Social Club drewe level. Joe Moscrop received the ball on the right wing. He hit a cross, however, the wind took the ball towards goal and it beat the keeper at the far post. Now it was all to play for.With numerous chances going begging at both ends, it looked like extra time was looming. However, Andy Robertson had other ideas. He scored his third goal with a couple of minutes left when he turned a defender and walked round the keeper. Although it looked like he pushed the defender over before going on to score. Bedlington had one more chance to draw level with a free kick; however, the forward failed to direct his effort on target. This was the last action as the referee blew the final whistle. Billy Mill retained the Trophy for the Cramlington League.

George Crichton, President of the competition who had come over from Spain to attend the finals, presented trophies. Secreary of the competition Mr Frank Scanlebury thanked all those who attended. He then thanked the staff and commitee of Bedlington Terriers for the use of their facilities.

In round one of the George Davison cup, Ashington RAOB met local rivals Ashington Town Central. However, the Buffs came out on top with a 4-0 win. Daryl Townsey was star man for the Central. On target for the Buffs were Shaun Gibson, Ben Harmison, Kyle Downey and star man Gary Bales.

Ellington Plough went down at home 5-2 in the first round of the Saints Shield against Ashington Station Lounge.

Round one of the Alan Davison Cup saw Bedlington Market Tavern move into the next round. They had a narrow home win against Earsdon Red Lion when a goal scored by Jason Wilson decided the tie. Star players were Reece Farrell for the Tavern and Michael Butcher for the Lion.

In the premier division, Amble Tavern continued their good form with a 7-0 home win against Cramlington Green. Liam Brookes led the scoring with four. Steven Gibbard scored twice. Ross Stewart completed the scoring. Star players were Brent Aisbitt for the Tavern and keeper Steven Short for the Green. Broomhill North End Trap had a surprise win away against Nesham Victory by the odd goal in three. The game was heading for a draw, however with two minutes left the Trap scored the winner. Chris Coppen scored for the Vic with Joe Betts their star man. Max Anderson and Ben Lilburn scored for the Trap. Wayne Simpson was their star man.

Division one saw Marden Residents maintain their top spot with a 4-2 home win against Ashington Sporting Club. They are eight points abover second place High Street, however, twos sides in mid-table can catch them with games in hand. Scoring for the Residents was Kevin Salmon, Martin Peters, Chris Ridgeway and Ross Seaman. Star man was Michael Robson. Luke McMahon and Robert Watts scored for the Sporting Club. Adam Ord was their star man.Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern almost gained a point at home against Morpeth Conservative Club. Howver, the Morpeth side hung on to take the points by the odd goal in three. Robert Sharp scored for the Tavern. Ethan Page was their star man. Star man Nick O'Neil and Glen Straughan scored for the Morpeth side. North Shields Pineapple also went down at home 5-3 against High Street. It seems the Pineapple can score goals, however, let more in. Charlie Thompson 2 and Chris English scored for the Pineapple. Lee Gray was their star man. Chris Laidlaw led the scoring for the Street with two. Jason Smart and star man Adam Emmerson completed the scoring.

Sunday, 18 September 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Next Sunday both junior and senior finals of the David Crichton Memorial Cup will take place at Bedlington Terriers Ground. In the morning with a 10.30 kick off, Cramlington Juniors will be up against Wallsend Boys Club. Then in the afternoon with a 2 pm, kick off Bedlington Social Club will play North Shields Billy Mill for the second time in two weeks.

The Blyth league had four teams in round one of the NFA Sunday Cup. Two sides progressed to the next round to join holders Amble Tavern who joined the league at the start of the season. Ashington RAOB won at home 7-2 against Newcastle Westfields Social. On target for the Buffs were Ben Harmison and Lee Scott with two each. Shaun Gibson, Kieron Robson and Jason Riches completed the scoring. Star man was Liam Davison. Bedlington Market Tavern also went through with a 5-3 away win at North Shields Formica. They had a forward in top form, star man Jonny Barrett scoring all five. Blyth Town Sunday went down away to Burradon and New Fordley 7-0. Bedlington Social Club lost by the odd goal in three against North Shields Billy Mill. Joe Moscrop scored their goal. These two sides will meet against next Sunday in the David Crichton Cup.

First round of the George Davison saw two Ashington sides meet, Station Lounge at home against Sporting Club. The lounge went through by the odd goal in seven. Spoorting Club went two up early on. Goals for the Lounge came from Lee Sparrow, Paul Key, Chad Miller and Richard Stobbart. Robert Watt 2 and Luke McMahon scored for the Sporting Club. Star players were Daniel Purvis for the Lounge and Adam Ord for the Sporting Club.

Amble Tavern was at home in round one of the S A Randolph cup against Broomhill North End Trap. They made it comfortably in to the next round with an 11-1 win. Leading the scoring with hattricks were Mathew Graham, Liam Brookes and Josh Hay. Jordan Giles and Ethan Iredale scored the other two goals. Star man was Mathew Graham. John Charlton was on target for the Trap with Craig Keen their star man.

Round one of the Alan Davison Cup saw High Street, win away 5-2 against Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. It could have been a lot closer as the Tavern had three goals disallowed. Ian Jackson and Ethan Page scored for the Tavern. Andrew Clowson was their star player. Star man Adam Emmerson led the scoring for the Street with 2. Further goals came from Brandon Nadeem, Chris Laidlaw and Jason Smart. Morpeth Conservative Club went down at home by the odd goal in seven against Ellington Plough. Goals for the Morpeth side came from Alex Lauiers 2 and Nick O'Neil. Sam Proudlock was their star player. Star man Ben Turnbull led the scoring with a hattrick. Max Robinson scored the other goal. Newsham Victory also went through with a 6-2 home win against Whitehouse Ashington. Goals for the Vic came from David Lillico 2, Chris Yellowley, Daniel James, Eailey Morton and Chris Coppen. David Lillico was their star man. On target for the Whitehouse was David Sturgeon and star man Jordan Lashley.

There was only one game in the premier division, which produced eight goals. Ashington Town Central had to share the points with Earsdon Red Lion. Scott Neal, Kevin Chapman, Bradley Higgins and star man Michael Todd scored for the Central. Star man Michael Butcher 2, Ryan Walker and Ryan Walton replied for the Red Lion.

In division, one Marden Residents just managed to secure three points at home against Bebside Inn. Bebside had a chance to take all three points with a penalty. However, the spot kick went wide. Then with a minute left Marden scored the winner. Mathew Dawson and Chris Ridgeway scored for Marden with Phil McFarland their star man. David Long scored for Bebsiode with Martin Kelly their star player. North Shields Pineapple went down at home 7-3 against Guidepost Social Club. Once again, the Pineapple gave away some silly goals when well placed. Goals for the Pineapple came from Carl King, Peter Roadment and star man Nicky Thompsom. Andrew McLennen led the scoring for the Social Club with four. Further goals came from Craig Thompson, Jay Henderson and Mathew Wilkinson. Jake Gray was their star man.

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Sunday, 11 September 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

Broomhill North End Trap reached the second round of the NFA Sunday Minor Cup with a 7-0 home win in the rearranged fixture. They were up against Ellington Plough from the leagues first division. Darren Smith led the scoring for the Trap with 5. Further goals came4 from Craig Keen and John Charlton. Star man was Wayne Simpson.

In the Blyth final of the David Chrichton Memorial Cup, Bedlington Social Club reached the final with a 6-0 home win against Ashington Station Lounge. Goals for the Social Club came from a Joe Bolam hattrick. Craig Webb scored two and Stephen Johnson scored the other goal. Adam Harvey was their star man. They will now meet the winners from the Cramlington Sunday League in the final on September 25th at Bedlington Terriers Ground.

In round one of the SA Randolph Cup Ashington Town Centarl went down after extra time by the odd goal in seven against Cramlington Green. Goals for the Central came from Carl Stobbart, Scott Neal and Bradley Higging. Star man was Stephen Frater. Goals for the Green came from Mathew Cowther, Louis Sneddon, Stephen Short and star man Jordan Leonard.

Round one of the Saints Shield saw wins for Guidepost Social Club and Whitehouse Ashington. Guidepost won away against Ashington Sporting by the odd goal in seven. Adam Ord, Stuart Arkle and Tommy Wilkinson scored for thee Sporting Club.Mathew Wilkinson 2, Craig Thompson and Andrew McLennen scored for the Social Club. Star players were Simon Mavin for the Sporting Club and Wesley Cole for the Guidepost. Shakespeare Taven was beaten by 7-2 against the Whitehouse. Jack Streener and Michael Straker scored for the Shakespeare. Jamie Irving was their star man. Star man Kurtis Bell led the scoring with 2 for the Whitehouse. Further goals came from Stephen Key, Tony Messenger, Jordan Hancock, Jordan Lashley and Joe Thompson.

In the premier division, Blyth Town Sunday had a superb win at home against Ashingto RAOB winning by 5-1. Michael Angus scored the consolation goal for the Buffs with Jason Riches their star man. Goals for the Blyth Town came from Mathew Crook 2, Robert Ridley, Ross Gilchrist and Jordan Miller. Liam Gillespie was their star man. Earsdon Red Lion played out a 2-2 draw against Newsham Victory. Jonathan Spoors and Ryan Walton scored for the Lion. Michael renney was their star man. Connor Vincent and Chris Coppen replied for the Vic. David Lillico was their star man.

In division one Marden Residents won 2-0 at home against Morpeth Conservative Club. On target for the Residents were Kevin Salmon and Barry Buckley. Star players were Michael Thompson for the Residents and Robert Hodgson for the Morpeth side.

Sunday, 4 September 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the N F A Sunday Minor Cup Earsdon Red Lion progressed into the next round with a 4-0 home win against Fawdon Park. On target for the Lion were Mitchell Rennie, Michael Butcher, James Parker and star player Ryan Walton. Broomhill North End Traps game at home against Ellington Plough was off due to a waterlogged pitch. They will try again next week. Bebside Inn and North Shields Pineapple both bowed out off the competition. Bebside went down 7-0 away at Newcastle Fox and Hounds. Martin Kelly was their star man. The Pineapple lost 10-2 at home against Walker Jubilee. JaY Miller scored both the goals with Lee Gray their star man.

In the George Davison Cup round one, first division Whitehouse Ashington went down at home 7-0 against premier side Blyth Town Sunday. Michael Simm was star man for the Whitehouse. Goals for the Blyth Town came from Robert Ridley, Liam Gillespie and Jordan Miller all with two. Martyn Hepple scored the other goal. Robert Ridley was their star player. In round two, Marden Residents went down 4-0 at home against Amble Tavern. Keeper Ross Little was star man for the Residents after an outstanding display. Leading the scoring for the Amble side was Josh Hay with a hattrick. Star man Liam Brookes scored the other goal.

In the premier division, Cramlington Green went down at home 3-1 against Bedlington Market Tavern. Star man Michael Jordan scored for the Green. Goals for the Market Tavern came from Calum Donohoe, Daniel Gary and star man Reece Farrell.In a very tight game, Newsham Vicory went down by the odd goal in three against Ashington RAOB. Andrew James scored for the Vic. Jordan Wright was their star man. Shaun Gibson and star man Ben Harmison scored for the Buffs.

Division One saw Ashington Sporting Club go down 7-0 at home against Guidepost Social Club. Adam Ord was star man for the Sporting Club. Leading the scoring for the Social Club was star man Jake Gray with four. Further goals came from Jay Henderson, Ashley Duff and Craig Thompson. High Street went down at home 4-2 against Ashington Station Lounge. Chris Laidlaw and Brandon Nadeem scored for the Street. Daryl Gallon was their star man. Star man Richard Stobbart led the scoring for the Lounge with a hattrick. Chad Miller completed the scoring.

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Sunday, 28 August 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

The Alan Davison Cup match between Amble Tavern and North Shields Pineapple was off after the overnight rian.

In the premier division, Bedlington Market Tavern won at home 5-1 against Ashington Town Central. On target for the Tavern were Callum Donohoe, Reece Farrell, Rob Eastway, Jason Wilson and Michael Walton. Gavin Armstrong scored for the Central. Star players were Kyle Barnard for the Tavern and Scott Neal for the Central. Earsdon Red Lion had a good home win 5-2 against Bedlington Social Club. Leading the scoring was Ryan Walton with two. Further goals came from Brian Watson, Michael Butcher and star man Connor Hoyle. Star man Joe Moscrop and Josh Monahan scored for the Social Club.

Division one saw Marden Residents win against new side Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. The Tavern could no match the firepower of the Marden side who scored thirteen times. The Shakspeare did score twice. Leading the scoring for the Residents was star man Mathe4w Dawson who scored seven. Phil McFarlane scored a hattrick. Chris Ridgeway, Kevin Salmom and Barry Buckley completed the scoring. Goals for the visitors came from Brandon Lawson and James Davison. Star man was Lee Fuller.Ashington Station Lounge won 6-1 at home against Bebside Inn. Richard Stobbart led the scoring with a hattrick. Chad Miller scored twice. Jack Taylor scored the other goal. Daniel Purvis was their star player. David Long scored for the Bebside, with Gavin Agnew their star player once again. Ellington Plough went down at home 7-2 against High Street. Jack Travers and Jack Hunter scored for the Plough. Mathew Turner was their star player. Goals for the Street came from Anthony Goldie and Chris Laidlaw both scoring Hattricks. Scott Mordue completed the scoring. Anthony Goldie was their star player. Guidepost Social Club went down at home by the odd goal in five against the Whitehouse. Daryl Wood and Andrew McLennen scored for the Social Club. Curtis Bell 2 and Michael Freathy penalty scored for the Whitehouse. Star players were Jake Gray for the home side and Michael Simm for the Whitehouse. Morpeth Conservative Club also went down at home 5-1 against Ashington Sporting Club. Alex Laviers scored for the Morpeth side with Glen Straughan thier star man. Goals for the Sporting Club came from a Tommy Wilkinson hattrick, Adam Ord and Adam Mavin. Star man for the Sporting Club was Calum Mulligan.

Sunday, 21 August 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

In the premier division, Broomhill North End Trap went down at home 4-2 against Ashington Town Cental. Jonny Graham and star man Josh Baston scored fore the Trap. Daniel Carr led the scoring for the Centarl with two. Scott Neil and Brad Higgins scored the other two. Star man was Stephen Frater. Cramlington Green were no match for inform Blyth Town Sunday going down 6-0 at home. Keeper Ryan Haire was star man for the Green after an excellent display in nets. Scoring two goals each for the Town were Martyn Hepple and Ross Gilchrist. Further goals came from Robert Ridley and star man Paul Katz. Earsdon Red Lion also went down at home 4-1 against new boys Amble Tavern. Michael Starky was on target for the Lion. Robert Carr was their star man. Goal for the Tavern came from Nathan Buddle and Josh Hay with two each. Nathan Buddle was also their star man. Newsham Victory went down by the only goal of the game against Bedlington Market Tavern. Colin Morton was star man for the Vic. Josh Laverick scored the goal for the Tavern with Michael Bray their star man.

Division two saw a cracking game between Ashington Sporting Club and undefeated Marden Residents. It was close almost to the end with a draw looking the likely outcome. However, Marden scored a late goal to take the points by the odd goal in nine. Goals for the Sporting Club came from Adam Ord 2, Robert Watt and James Dodds. Scoring for the Residents were Shaun Nolan 2, Marc Hunter, Mathew Dawson and Sean Joyce. Star players were Adam Ord for the Sporting Club and Michael Robson for the Residents. Bebside Inn ran riot when entertaing Guidepost Shakespeare Tavern. They won by 11-0. Leading the scoring for the home side was Jason Hamilton with a hattrick. Simon Reay scored twice. Further goals came from Gavin Agnew, Ryan Waite, Ian Locke, David Long, Stephen Hardy and an own. Star players were Gavin Agnew for the home side and Andrew Clouston for the visitors. High Street had a four nil home win against new team Morpeth Conservative Club. On target for the Street was Brandon Nadeem with 2, also on target was Anthony Goldie and Adam Emmerson. Star players were Scott Mordue for the home side and Joal Laviers for the visitors. What a game between North Shields Pineapple and Ellington Plough. They Plough went three up. Pineapple came storming back to make it three each. However, they lost concentration and conceded three more goals. Goals for the Pineapple came from Shaun Blake 2 and Jay Dalton. Star man was Lee Gray. Scoring for the Plough were Jack Phillips and Jordan Dodds with two each. Further goals came from Jack Elliott and star man Max Robinson.

Home clubs please remember to ring results to Dave Hartill next Sunday.

Sunday, 14 August 2016

MATCH REPORT BY NOBBY GILL

league kicked off in earnist this weekend with a full league programm.

In the premier division new side, Amble Tavern got off to winning ways. The County Cup holders won at home by the odd goal in five against promoted side Newsham Victory. On target for the Tavern were Josh Hay, Jamie Dixon and Brad McClelland. Man of the match went to Liam Brooks. Newshams top scorer from last season David Lillico scored both goals. Keeper Kevin Morton was their star man. Ashington RAOB is back in the league after a few years away. They got off to winning ways with a 7-1 home win against another promoted side Cramlington Green. The Buffs started with nine players with two sleeping in was put under early pressure from their visitors. However, they soon got into their stride and controlled the game. Kyle Downie led the scoring with a hattrick. Star man Ben Harmison scored twice, with futher goals coming from Michael Angus and Jamie Thompson. Michael Jordan scored the goal for the Green. Jake Larmouth was their star man. Another new team in the premier Bedlington Market Tavern won at home 4-0 against Earsdon Red Lion. Star man John Barrett scored twice. Also on target were Michael Gray and Ryan Stafford. Blyth Town Sunday also won at home 6-0 against Ashington Town Central. Leading the scoring for the Town was Martyn Hepple with a hattrick. Star man Jordan Miller scored twice. Completing the scoring was Kevin Long. Star player for the Central was keeper Andrew Murdie who kept the score down.

Division one saw Ashington Station Lounge win by the odd goal in three against Morpeth Conservative Club. Craig Towert and Richard Stobbart scored for the Lounge. Daniel Purvis was their star player. Nick O'Neil scored for the Morpeth side with Alex Lauiers their star player. Bebside in went down at home 2-0 against Ellington Plough. Martin Kelly was star man for the Bebside. On target for the Plough were Stew Packer and Max Robinson with Luke Scott thier star man. Shakespeare Tavern went down to title favourites High Street by 9-1 at home. Ian Jackson scored for the Tavern. Goals for High Street came from Adam Emmerson hattrick, star man Brandan Nadeem with two. Further goals came from Alan Goldie, Scott Mordue, Anthony Goldie and Chris Laidlaw. Marden Residents were at home against Guidepost S C. It is the first game Marden have played since there player 26 year old Ira Tilley passed away. Both his parents turned up for the game with a minutes silence before the game. Marden gained all three points with a win by the odd goal in five. On target for the Residents were Chris Ridgeway 2 and Marc Hunter. Adam Burn was their star man. Jake Gray and Peter Allaway scored for the Social Club. Jay Henderson was their star man. North Shields Pineapple went down at home 5- 3 against Whitehouse Ashington. Goals for the Pineapple came from Jay Dalton, Charlie Thompson and star man Les Thompson. Star man Jordan Lashley led the scoring with two. Also on target were Tony Messenger, Mark Taylor and Curtis Bell.

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