Ashington Colliers hit for six by Cumbrians

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Ashington Colliers were hit for six by Northbank in the Northern Alliance premier division on Saturday.

Darren Riddell notched consolation goal for Ashington, but they were well beaten as the Cumbrians had Ricky Lee James (2), Nicky Routledge (2), Andrew Griffiths and Rhys Walker on target.

Michael Fenwick shot Seaton Delaval ahead against Percy Main but Stewart Wright, on his return to his old club, grabbed the equaliser.

Carlisle City led at Wallington through a Tom Lucock double but late goals from Dan Thompson and Sam Walton salvaged a point for the Greens.

James Walker struck the only goal in the 70th minute as Walker Central beat Whitley Bay A.

Johnny Basham struck twice as Hebburn Reyrolle held Red House Farm, who had Zak Brogden and Mark Sheeran, with a penalty, on the scoresheet.

Jordan Watson hit a hat-trick as division one table-toppers Cramlington Town beat Willington Quay Saints. Dean Muckle got the other.

Dean Laycock also crashed in a treble for second-placed Newcastle Chemfica Independent in their 5-0 success at Birtley Saint Josephs. Martin Dickson and Dan Sherliker also netted.

Redheugh’s fine form continued with a win at promotion rivals Wooler. Liam Henderson, Dale Robson and Ryan Davenport were on target for the South Tynesiders, with Kevin Bell and Mark Forrest crashing in for the hosts.

Dan Clements (2), James Golby, Jesse Walkin and Joe Watson scored for Newcastle Uni as they won a nine-goal thriller against Cullercoats. Kevin Walter hit three and Richard May got the other in reply.

Sean Millington, Scott Jasper, Ryan Bailey and Dan Smee shot home for North Shields Athletic as they beat Bohemians, who pulled one back through Marcus Burn.

Kris Allington and John Bone both hit doubles in AFC Newbiggin’s 5-1 victory over Swalwell, which put the Seasiders back on top of division two.

Mick Angus got the other, with Gary Foster netting for the visitors.

Steven Turnbull, Dan Long and Matthew Lavender were Blyth Isabella’s hit-men in their win over High Howdon, who had Christopher Marshal and Chris Phillips on target.

John Sommerville struck twice and skipper Chrissy Robinson netted a screamer for Grainger Park in their win over Cramlington United. Dean Devlin pulled one back.