Hunting Lodge make cup progress after 5-0 win

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IN the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League George Davison Cup, Monkseaton Hunting Lodge progressed to the next round with a 5-0 win over New Hartley.

Scoring for the Lodge were Nigel Morris (2), Andrew McCartney, Stephen Dynes and Tony Hall.

In the same competition, Ashington Fox Cover came from 3-1 down to beat Milbourne Arms 7-4 after extra time.

In the SA Randolph Cup, Whitley Bay Cibos and Ashington Mortimer produced a classic cup-tie with a nine-goal thriller. In the end, Ashington Mortimer edged through by the odd goal.

Scoring for the Cibos was James Mobberley, Bradley Brooking, Robert Ruddick and Graham Younger. On target for the Mortimer was Jason Riches (2), Martin Humble, Greg Dance and Darren Riddell.

The JD Marnock Cup saw the form team in division two Ashington Grand beat Blyth Seahorse 2-1.

The premier division saw a second defeat for Burradon and New Fordley, going down 2-1 against Ashington RAOB.

Blyth Comrades won 3-2 at home to Newbiggin.

The Eagle also won 3-2 at home to Tynemouth Gunner. The Eagle had Chi Aisbitt and Jeff Fuller (2) on target while Paul Bonnick and Garrick Collins scored for the Gunner.

In a ding-dong affair between Earsdon Red Lion and Rockcliffe Arms, the points were shared after a 3-3 draw. Rockcliffe hit back with two goals late in the second half.

On target for the Lion was Michael Hartley, Chris Brown and Graeme Smith. Scoring for Rockcliffe was Jonny Storrey (2) and Ross Cooper.

New Delaval and Newsham won 7-3 away at Monkseaton Arms. Goals for the Arms came from Gary Parker (2) and Liam Hudson. Delaval had three players who scored two apeice – Jay Hamilton, Paddy Allen and Craig Frazer. Steven Molloy added their final goal.

In the North Shields derby, the Albert hit form and completely outclassed the Gunner, taking home the points in a 6-0 win. Paul McIlduff led the scoring with two. Further goals came from Richard May, Craig Hull, Dean Clay and Ian Dunn.

Division two leaders Cowpen Percy Arms were made to fight all the way to gain maximum points away to Bedlington Community, securing a 3-1 win.

The Newsham are gradually getting better, only conceding four goals at home against Whitley Bay Fat Ox. Goals came from Carl Lightfoot, Darryl Key and John Leach.

West Allotment defeated Blagdon Arms by the odd goal in 11. Goals for Allotment came from Scott Purcell (3), Steven Cowen, Andrew Jenkins and Keith Smith. On target for Blagdon were Mark Herron (2), Joe Newton (2), and Karl Boughen.