Burradon and New Fordley through in All England Sunday Cup

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BURRADON and New Fordley went through in the All England Sunday Cup with a 1-0 win away to Hartlepool Rovers Quoits SC

The Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League side won courtesy of a goal from Burns.

The league had two sides playing in the NFA Sunday Cup first round, Blyth Comrades and Ashington Hoose.

They had mixed fortunesas Blyth Comrades went through by beating Redhouse Brick SC by 8-3.

Ashington Hoose went ou 3-1 away to St Peters SC.

Scoring for Comrades was Daniel Long (4), Daniel Carr (3), and Andrew Dodds also on target. On target for Hoose in their game was Brent Aisbitt.

In the George Davison Cup round two, a competitive game between AE Phoenix and Bedlington Community saw the latter win 4-3. Goals for Phoenix came from Michael Freathy (2) and Daniel Carr. Scoring for Community was Josh Monaghan (2), Jason Wilson and Chris Green.

In the Saints Shield quarter-final, New Delaval and Newsham progressed by scoring the only goal of the game at home against Wansbeck Flavour Bar through Craig Frazer.

Division one saw Newsham Vic go down away to Ashington Cree 6-0. Goals for Cree came from Jordon Gascoine, John McAlpine, David Laing, Mark Taylor, David Sturgeon and Kevin Chapman.

Ashington Grand went down at home by the odd goal in three against the Royal Arms. On target for Royal were Lee Kelly and Les Thompson.

High Street’s recent good run ended when they went down 5-2 at home against Ashington Bubbles. Anthony Goldie scored both goals for Street, but Che Aisbitt (2), Kris Allington, Jamie Graham and Craig Penny won it.

West Allotment pushed South Beach all the way before going down at home by the odd goal in seven. Goals for Allotment came from Stephen Burgon, Adam Tierney and Michael Starkie. Scoring for Beach was Jason Titchie, Dang Hai Voung, Steven Richardson and Jordon Miller.

Game of the day in division two saw Ashington Portland play at home against league leaders Red Lion Earsdon.

Portland were heading for all three points but with two minutes remaining Lion equalised - they also missed a penalty. Scoring for Portland was James Longstaff and new signing Richard Hall. Michael Hartley scored both goals for Lion.

Forest Hall won away at the Bay Horse by 6-0 with goals from Marc Compton (2), Richard Gangel (2), Graham Murray and Martin Peters.

Newbiggin Coble also had a good win at home against Blyth Seahorse, winning 4-1. Mark Burgess led the scoring with a hat-trick, with Scott Arries also on target.