High Street come from five down to beat Whitehouse Ashington
'‹Amble Tavern '‹with play Burradon and New Fordley in the NFA Sunday Cup final'‹.
The Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League side won 4-1 at Blakelaw Social 4-1 with Josh Hay (3) and Brent Asibitt on target.
Ashington RAOB failed to make it an all Blyth league final as they went down 2-0 at Cramlington and District League side Burradon and New Fordley. The final is April 29 at Whitley Park.
Bedlington Market Tavern reached the final of the SA Randolph Cup with a 3-0 home win against Newsham Victory thanks to goal from Ryan Stafford, Jonny Barrett and Daniel Dargue. They will play Amble Tavern in the final in four weeks time.
In the Eric Anderson Cup quarter-finals, Ashington Station Lounge beat Blyth Town Sunday 5-4 on penalties after the game finished 1-1 after extra-time, following goals from John Leonard for Lounge and Martyn Hepple for Blyth.
North Shields Pineapple‘s home game against Bedlington Breakers was postponed again and will now be played this weekend. Ellington Plough‘s tie with Earsdon Red Lion was also off.
In the premier division, Bedlington Social Club won 4-2 at Ashington Town Central. On target for Central were James Convery and Scott Neal. For Social Club, Joe Moscrop (2), Adam Harvey and Craig Webb were the scorers.
In division one, Marden Residents won 10-0 at bottom club Guide Post Shakespeare Tavern with goals from Chris Ridgeway (3), Phil McFarlane (3), Marc Hunter, Keir Cooper, Richard Thompson and Josh More.
High Street came from 5-1 down to beat Whitehouse Ashington 6-5 with goals from Anthony Goldie (3), Adam Emmerson, Chris Laidlaw and Brandan Nadeem. For Whitehouse, Michael Freathy (3), Michael Angus and Jordan Lashley found the back of the net.
Ashington Sporting Club and Bebside Inn shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Robert Watt and Mark Mabon scored for Sporting Club. Martin Kelly and Nick Bell for Bebside.