High scoring games in Blyth and Wansbeck league

Broomhill Trap ran riot against Newbiggin Bankhouse, winning 12-0 in the first round of the George Davison Cup. Picture by Ian Appleby - www.ianapplebyimages.com
Broomhill Trap ran riot against Newbiggin Bankhouse, winning 12-0 in the first round of the George Davison Cup. Picture by Ian Appleby - www.ianapplebyimages.com

It was mainly cup matches in the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League at the weekend.

Holders Burradon and New Fordley had a comfortable 12-0 win at Cramlington Green. Keeper Ryan Haire starred for Green, despite the heavy defeat. Ian Lee led the scoring for the holders with five, Lee Waugh scored four and David Hiftle, Josh Miller and Steve Howes were also on target.

Another side scoring double figures against a division one side was Wansbeck Pots and Slots, who beat Blyth United Services 11-0, with goals from Stephen Frater (4), Daniel Purvis (2), John Gall, Michael Angus, Sean Dodds, Jordan Taylor and Jon Short.

Broomhill North End Trap also scored 12 against a much-depleted Newbiggin Bankhouse side with Kieron Hogg hitting seven. Sean Anderson and Josh Baston added two each and Dylon McLean scoring the final goal.

Ashington Bubbles beat Blyth Last Orders 8-0. Kris Allington (5), Chris Hogg, Kris Tate and Che Aisbitt were on target.

Blyth Isabell Colliery beat FC Beacon 9-1. Jason Hamilton led the scoring with a hat-trick, Craig Danielson scored two and there was one each for Scott Jenkinson, Kyle Tosney, Duane Dunn and Elliott Daglish. Ian Marsh scored for Beacon.

East Chevington went down at home against premier side Blyth and Tyne 7-1. Connor Straughton scored for Chevington. Goals for Blyth and Tyne came from James Bell (4), Darren Walker, Ian Locke and Chris Milburn.

Guide Post Social Club won by the odd goal in seven at home against Newshan Victory. Goals for the home side came from Mathew Wilkinson, Peter Allaway, Connor Oliver and Robert Wilkinson.

High Street went through with a 4-1 home win against AE Phoenix Riverside. Scoring the consolation goal for Phoenix was Mark Taylor. On target for Street was Anthony Goldie (2), Adam Emmerson and Chris Laidlaw.

In another close game, North Shields The Tun went through by the odd goal in three against Ashington Excelsior. Nicky Thompson and Peter Roadment scored for the Tun and Scott Hunter for Excelsior

In round one of the SA Randolph cup, Blyth Comrades won 4-1 at Forest Hall CC, who had Paul Errington on target. Daniel Wilson (2), Terry Self and James Curry were on target for Comrades.

In division one, Marden Residents went down 4-0 at home against Ashington Conchie, with goals from Gavin McMillan, Jordan Hancock, Richard Hall and Stephen Key.

Red Lion went down at home 7-4 against Ashington Northern. Scoring for Lion was Jason Wilson (3) and Liam Brown, while for Northern, Lee Scott (5) and Richard Stobbart (2) were on target.