Burradon in chance to get back on the cup trail

BURRADON and New Fordley were beaten 1-0 in the All-England Sunday Cup by Hetton Lyons Cricket Club.

On Sunday they have the chance to bounce straight back when they entertain Walker Willows in the Northumberland County Cup.

In the same competition Ashington Mortimer are away to Blakelaw Social Club.

The first game in the third round of the George Davison Cup saw Blyth Comrades beat Blagdon Arms 4-1.

In the premier division, Milbourne Arms beat Whitley Bay Seahorse 1-0 thanks to a Dean Clay goal in added time.

Keeper Rob Rodgerson made a number of superb saves for Seahorse.

North Shields Gunner and The Eagle played out a cracking game.

But it was Gunner’s better finishing which saw them home 4-2 with goals from Martin Wardale (2), Kevin Watler and James D Ridley.

Division one saw Monkseaton Arms inflict a first defeat of the season on league leaders Ashington Grand.

In an entertaining game the home side came out on top 3-1 with goals from Antony Brannon (2) and James Thompson

Cowpen Percy Arms won at home against Blyth Masons Arms 5-2.

Percy for once took their chances and secured the points.

New Delaval and Newsham had little joy at home against South Beach, going down by 6-0.

Goals for Beach came from Andrew Keenan (2), David Millin (2), Connor Hale and Steven Craig.

Division two saw wins for table toppers Royal Arms and Ashington Central.

Both sides are level on points, however, Royal Arms have played one game less as they won 10-0 at Cramlington Phoenix. On target were Alan Batiste (4), Lee Kelly (3), Nick Thompson (2) and Daniel Widderson.

Marden Residents lost 8-1 at home to Ashington Central, with David Llewellyn scoring for the home side

West Allotment defeated Ashington Rohan Kanhai 9-0 with goals from John Leach (3), Michael Hartley (2), Adam Teierney (2), Scott Purcell and Steven Ugberg.

Ashington Grand Street came from behind to defeat Newsham Black Diamond 6-2.

They had trailed 2-1.