East End continue to lead Tyneside Amateur League

Lindisfarne Custom Planet Reserves claimed their first win of the season with a 4-2 win over Newcastle Medicals.

Chris Conway, Chris Moat and Liam Whyte (2) scored for Lindy with Medics’ counters from Matthew Carnell and Neil Freeman.

Newcastle East End continue to lead the way after a 3-2 win at Stobswood Welfare. Jack Henderson and Jacob Baker netted for the hosts, but goals from Abou Kanoute, Mark Watson and Dario de Santos won the game for the leaders.

West Jesmond moved up to second with a 3-1 win over Forest Hall YPC who were reduced to ten men, with their strikes coming from Andy Matthewson, Douglas Cranston and James Dixon. Matthew Smith scored for Forest Hall.

Gosforth Bohemian Reserves remain unbeaten after beating ten-man Bedlington Juniors by the odd goal in seven. Colin McLaughlin bagged a brace for Bohs, with Paul Dixon and Sam Payne also on the scoresheet. Ethan Paige, Darren Percy and Andy McLennan notched for Bedlington.

Wardley won for the first time since the opening day as they beat Killingworth YPC 3-1. Anthony Kew, Lewis Robson and Chris Gray were the goalscorers for the South Tyneside outfit, though the visitors netted the goal of the game from the halfway line.

Blyth Town Development beat Newbiggin Hall 3-2, with their goals being scored by Shaun Taylor, Brandon Nadeem and Alex Ridley. Jordan Hall and Kieran Ellis scored for Newbiggin Hall.

Finally, Ryton and Crawcrook Albion Reserves beat Newcastle Chemfica Reserves 6-3 in an entertaining clash, with Ryan Latimer the star man on the day as he netted four times for Ryton. Chris Henderson and Michael Robinson completed their tally, while Carl Lumsden netted a pair for Chemfica and was joined on the scoresheet by Lee Mills.