Red Lion see off North End Trap to book place in final

Striker Damien Stevens scoring the first of four goals as Ashington Station Lounge beat Blyth Waterloo 5-4 after extra time. Picture by Ian Appleby - www.ianapplebyimages.com
Striker Damien Stevens scoring the first of four goals as Ashington Station Lounge beat Blyth Waterloo 5-4 after extra time. Picture by Ian Appleby - www.ianapplebyimages.com
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The second semi-final of the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League SA Randolph Cup saw Red Lion Earsdon beat visitors Broomhill North End Trap 3-1.

Kevin Bell scored the consolation for Trap, but goals from Mitch Rennie, Charlie Thompson and Lee Kelly earned Red Lion a place in the final against Burradon and New Fordley.

High Street now know who they will play in the final of the Saints Shield as Newsham Victory won 6-3 at Spring Gardens. Chris Appleby scored a hat-trick for Spring Gardens, but David Lillico matched him and further strikes from Jordan Wright, Joe Betts and Connor Vincent won it for Newsham.

In the first round of the Eric Anderson Cup, Cramlington Green lost 5-1 at home against Ashington Northern. Marcus Brown scored the Green consolation, but a hat-trick for Richard Stobbard and further strikes from Daune Lomana and Louis Carr won the tie for Northern.

Round one of the JD Marnock Cup saw the Whitehouse Ashington progress with a 2-1 win against Ashington Sporting Club, who had Scott Neal on target, but goals for Whitehouse came from Michael Simm and Michael Freathy.

Ashington Station Lounge beat visitors Blyth Waterloo Pub 5-4 after extra-time in the quarter-final of the Alan Davision Cup. Finishing 4-4 after normal time, goals for Lounge came from Damien Stevens (3) and Chad Miller. Replying for Waterloo was Adam Hughes, Daryl Pendleton, James Sinton and Peter Roberts, who followed up his saved penalty. Then in extra-time Stevens notched his fourth of the day to send Lounge through.

In division one, East Chevington were beaten 11-0 by a rampant High Street, who had Chris Arkless (5), Jason Smart (2), Anthony Marshall (2), Anthony Goldie and Brandon Nadeem on target.

Blyth United Services also went down at home, 4-1 against Guide Post SC. Evergreen Stephen Hanley scored for Services, but goals from Mathew Wilkinson, Jake Gray, Joe Wells and Andrew McLennen won it for Guide Post.