Burradon and New Fordley did the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League proud by advancing into the second round of the FA Sunday Cup.
They beat Kelloe WMC 4-2 at Seaton Delaval’s ground with goals for the Fordley side came from centre forward Ian Lee (2), Michael Chilton and Scott Pocklington.
In the NFA Sunday Cup both Blyth Comrades and North Shields Royal Arms were beaten.
Comrades went down 7-2 at home against Amble Tavern, who scored four in the last ten minutes. Michael Meins and Terry Self scored for the Comrades.
Royal went down 3-0 away against Cullercoats Formica.
In the second round of the George Davison Cup, Ashington White House lost 3-1 to Flavour Bar. Gavin Armstrong scored for House while on target for Flavour Bar were Chris Hogg (2) and Michael Hogg.
In the premier division there were wins for Ashington Bubbles, Grand and Red Lion Earsdon.
Bubbles won 3-2 at Cramlington Phoenix with goals from Che Aisbitt (2) and Steven Rylatt. Phoenix’s strikes came from Paul Avery and Michael Don.
Grand just held on to a 2-1 win at High Street after having a man sent off. Anthony Goldie for Street but Michael Todd and Paul Hedley strikes won it.
Red Lion won 3-1 at home against New Delaval and Newsham with goals from Michael Hartley (2) and Scott Purcell. David Woodcock scored the consolation for Newsham.
In division one, AE Phoenix lost 3-2 at home to Newbiggin Bankhouse, Gerrard Donnelly and Jason Wilson scored for Phoenix, but goals from Chris Waters, Thomas Stephens and Karl Davison took the points.
Blyth United Services also lost at home 4-1 against Marden Residents. David Long scored for Services while on target for Marden were Tony Hall, Paul Richardson, Leeroy Odd and Leo Stevenson.
Blyth Sports and Social won 4-1 at Cramlington Green, who had Scott Smith on target. Social’s goals were scored by Kevin Long, Craig Danielson, Michael Adams and Joe Race.
FC Beacon won at home by the odd goal in three against Blyth Isabella Colliery. Dominic Gillespie and Craig Sample scored for Beacon and James Ellis for Isabella.
Newsham Victory lost 9-3 at home to Blyth South Beach CC.Chris Coppen, Jamie Harrison and David Millin scored for Vic while Curtis Miller (3), Joe Betts (2), Daniel Thompson (2), Steven Mathewson and Steven Craig struck for South Beach.
Blyth Last Orders came unstuck at Stakeford Cherry Tree, going down 4-2. Goals for Tree came from Peter Allaway, Robert Wilkinson, Joe Wells and Ashley Duff. On target for Last Orders was Chris McCartney and Ross Gilchrist.
Blyth Waterloo and Ashington Excelsior shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Gary Adamson and Darren Bainbridge scored for Waterloo. Replying for Excelsior was Jamie Graham and Martin Kelly.