In the David Crichton Cup Blyth and Wansbeck League final, Burradon and New Fordley went through to meet the winners of the Cramlington Sunday League on September 29 at Bedlington Terriers Ground.
They won 8-0 at Blyth Comrades with Michael Chilton led the scoring with four. Ian Lee (2), Andrew Keenan and Ryan Hutchinson were also on target.
In the premier division, Wansbeck Flavour Bar beat New Delaval and Newsham at home 9-0. On target were Chris and Michael Hogg with hat-tricks and Stephen Frater, Michael Angus and Richard Hall.
Ashington Grand overcame Cramlington Phoenix by the odd goal in five. On target for Grand was Kyle Downey, Michael Todd and Damien Stevens. Sean Glendinning scored both for Phoenix.
Forest Hall won 2-1 at home to Ashington Bubbles with goals from Richard Kelk and Liam Watts. Andrew Davison scored Bubbles’ consolation.
Also winning 2-1 at home was Lynemouth Institute against Red Lion Earsdon. Scoring for Institute were Thomas Brotherton and Mark Laidler. Robert Carr was on target for Lion.
North Shields Royal Arms had Thomas Chirnside in fine form as he scored four of his side’s five in their win over High Street. Alan Batiste scored the other.
In division two Ashington Excelsior went down for the first time at home against Blyth Last Orders 3-2. Michael Robinson scored bot for Excelsior but Martyn Hepple (2) and Mark Harnor won it for Last Orders.
Blyth Isabella Colliery went down 6-3 at home against Cramlington Green. Owen Ridley (2) and Gavin Maddison scored for Isabella, but Scott Smith, Joe Newton and Karl Boughen each scored two for Green.
There seems to be no stopping Blyth Sports and Social Club. They won 9-1 at home against FC Beacon. Once again scoring five goals was Jason Hamilton. Scott Mordue (2), Craig Danielson and Carl Gibbons added the others with Luke Skipper scoring the consolation.
Blyth United Services went down 5-2 at home to Blyth Waterloo Social Club with Jordon Hill and Craig Waggott on target for the home side, but goals from Steven Elsey (2), Mark Rylatt, Dean Kirtley and Kyle Walker gave Waterloo the points.
Marden Residents lost 3-2 at home to South Beach Community, who had Steven Craig, Stephen Mathewson and David Thompson on target. A Tony Fawcett penalty and Daniel Clifton were not enough for Marden.
Another side going down by the odd goal in five was Newbiggin Bankhouse at home against Ashington White House. Kyle Davison and David Jobson scored for Bankhouse, but Gavin Armstrong, Ben Davison and Brian Henderson strikes won it.
Newsham Victory won at 5-1 at home against Stakefrod Cherry Tree. Leading the scoring for Vic was David Lillico with a hat-trick with further goals came from Darren Philip and an own goal. On target for the Cherry Tree was Adam McTaggart.