Monkseaton Arms and Kittiwake in cup progress

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IN the George Davison Cup second round there were victories for Ashington Mortimer, Whitley Lodge Kittiwake, Monkseaton Arms and Blyth South Beach.

Ashington Mortimer won 11-2 away at second division Bedlington Community.

Blyth Ridley Park were no match for the Kittiwake, going down 7-2. Kittiwake’s scorers were Daniel Sneap (2), Simon Gourlay (2), Jonny Storrey, Steven Patterson and Chris Atkin.

Monkseaton Arms were taken to extra time in their game at home against Ashington White House. With the scores level 4-4 at the end of 90 minutes, it was a goal from Cameron Fyvie that settled the tie. Other goals for the Monkseaton came from Antony Brannon (2), Marc Nicholson and Mark Allen. Goals for the White House came from Shaun Dodds (2), John Appleby and Steven Rennison.

In round two of the Alan Davison cup, there were away victories for High Street and New Delaval and Newsham.

High Street won 7-1 at Marden Residents. Richard Thompson scored for the home side.

First division New Delaval and Newsham turned their league form upside down with a win at premier division side The Eagle, progressing to the next round with a 5-2 win.

In the premier division, Burradon and New Fordley proved to strong for the Milbourne Arms, beating their hosts 6-0 thanks to goals from Steve Howes (2), David Atkinson (2), Paul Wilary and an own goal.

Whitley Bay Seahorse and Newbiggin shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Craig Hull and Colin Dougal were on target for the Seahorse. Paul Cooper and Ashley Smyth scored for the Newbiggin side.

In division one Ashington Grand came from two goals down at home against Cowpen Percy Arms to snatch a dramatic victory thanks to a late goal.

North Shields Royal Arms hit the winning trail in division two thanks to a 5-1 win at Ashington Bubbles. Goals for the Royal Arms came from Les Thompson (3), Alan Batiste and James Ferguson.

Ashington Central won 3-2 at home against West Allotment. Wayne OBrien and John Leach scored for the Allotment.

On Sunday, Burradon and New Fordley take on Billy Mill in the David Crichton Cup final at Bedlington Terriers, kick-off 2pm.

On Friday, the junior version of the competition will also be played at Bedlington with a 7pm start. All proceeds go to charity.