Chilton hat-trick sees Burradon and New Fordley advance in FA Sunday Cup

Second placed Riverside Phoenix suffered a 9-0 home thrashing off leaders Blyth Last Orders in the Blyth & Wansbeck Sunday League first division. Picture by Ian Appleby - www.ianapplebyimages.com
Second placed Riverside Phoenix suffered a 9-0 home thrashing off leaders Blyth Last Orders in the Blyth & Wansbeck Sunday League first division. Picture by Ian Appleby - www.ianapplebyimages.com
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In the FA Sunday Cup, Blyth and Wansbeck League side Burradon and New Fordley won 3-0 at Sunderland Myers to progress to the second round.

Doing the damage was prolific marksman Michael Chilton with a hat-trick.

In round two of the George Davison Cup, Broomhill North End Trap completed a quick double over Blyth and Tyne. After last week’s league victory this time the score was 4-1, with all four goals coming from Stephen Hogg. Martin Robinson scored for Blyth and Tyne.

Forest Hall had a superb 4-0 home win over Ashington Bubbles with Chris Frazer, Ross Chambers, Adam Burn and James Jarvis on target.

In round one of the SA Randolph Cup, Ashington Grand edged North Shields The Tun 2-1. Damien Stevens and David Jones scored for Grand and Nicky for the visitors.

In the first round of the Saints Shield, Ashington Conchie progressed with a 6-1 home win against Marden Residents. Scoring a hat-trick was Gavin McMillan with Aaron Thirtle, Michael Freathy also on target. Michael Nash scored Residents’ consolation.

In the premier division, Blyth Comrades won 3-0 at home against Ashington Excelsior with goals from Paul Huck (2) and Robert Ridley.

Blyth South Beach and Wansbeck Pots and Slots played out a 3-3 draw. Goals for South Beach came from Jordan Wilson, David Thompson and Curtis Miller. Replying for Pots and Slots was John Gall, Martin Humble and Michael Angus.

Division one saw Blyth Isabella and High Street draw 1-1. Gary McMoreland scored for Isabella with Sean Pickering on target for Street.

League leaders Blyth Last Orders maintained their unbeaten record with a 9-0 win away against AE Phoenix Riverside. Goals for Last Orders came from Paul Katz (2), Ross Gilchrist (2), Daryl Pendleton, Andrew Scott, Marc Barber and Chris Watson.

Ashington Northern went down at home in an eight-goal thriller against Cramlington Green, who won 5-3. On target for Northern were Lee Scoot (2) and Jason Riches. Goals for Green came from Mark Herron (2), James Thompson, Graeme Marsh and Karl Boughen.

Blyth United Services also went down at home, Newsham Victory winning 7-1. Paul Bertram scored for Services, but strikes from Craig Frazer (3), Mark Langlands, Jordan Wright and Barry Newton won it.