Derby ends honours even

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TYNEMOUTH Yellows and Blues faced each other competitively for the first time this season.

Yellows put their opponents under early pressure with Joey Patsalos’ half volley in the 11th minute being well saved by Blues keeper Fred McKenzie.

The Yellows drew first blood on 18 minutes when debutant Thomas Edwards ran down the inside left and as the keeper came off his line he fired home right footed.

But the Blues drew level a minute later when Sam Heggie’s lob was enough to beat keeper Daniel Jackson.

The Yellows grabbed a second just before half-time when striker Oliver Harrison latched on to a long clearance to score.

Early in the second half the Yellows defence failed to clear a free kick and Aaron Lois fired home an equaliser before Heggie netted his second of the day to give the Blues the lead.

The Yellows got their reward eight minutes later when they equalised through Harrison’s powerful header.

The Yellows scored again through Luca Buzzeo’s low drive but the Blues earned a draw with a Jack Snell penalty.