Last Orders and Red Lion through the cup final

Burradon & New Fordley in action in their NFA Sunday Cup semi-final 3-1 home win over Blakelaw. Picture by Ian Appleby -
Burradon & New Fordley in action in their NFA Sunday Cup semi-final 3-1 home win over Blakelaw. Picture by Ian Appleby -

Blyth Last Orders and Red Lion Bedlington are through to the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League Saints Shield final after extra time wins in the last four ties.

Last Orders won 3-1 at Ashington Conchie. The scores were level at one apiece after 90 minutes with goals from Jordan Hancock for the home side and Chris Watson for Last Orders. But strikes from super sub Mathew Crook and a penalty from Peter Roberts saw Last Orders through.

Red Lion won 6-3 at Newsham Victory after they finished 3-3 after normal time. Goals for Red Lion came from Reece Farrell (2), Jordan Bellamy, Andrew Welsh, Jordan Burgess and Craig Webb.

The JD Marnock Cup quarter-final tie between High Street and Blyth and Tyne was abandoned after 46 minutes after a Tyne player sustained a serious injury with the score 1-1 at the time. Anthony Goldie scored for Street with Ian Locke replying for Tyne.

In the premier division, Ashington Excelsior went down 3-0 at home against Broomhill North End Trap, who had Stephen Hogg (2) and Chris Godfrey on target.

North Shields Wooden Doll returned to winning ways at home against Ashington Grand after their shock defeat the previous week. Nicky Thompson (3), Les Thompson (2) and Mitch Renney scored the goals in a 6-0 win.

Division one saw Ashington Northern complete a quick double over East Chevington. After an 8-6 woin the previous week they had a more convincing win by 11-3 this time round. Maz Anderson (2) and Callum Fenwick scored for Chevington, but Jamie Graham (4), Jason Riches (3), Michael Carr (2), Richard Stbbard and David Hepple found the net for Northern.

Guide Post Social Club went down 2-1 at home against AE Phoenix Central. Scott Hunter scored for the home side while Karl Davison and Mark Taylor were Phoenix’s scorers.

Marden Residents lost 3-2 at home against Blyth United Services. Ross Seaman and Marc Hunter scored for Residents, but strikes from Stephen Hanley, Chris O’Neil and Paul Bertram won it.

Burradon and New Fordley reached the final of the NFA County Sunday Cup after a 3-1 win against Blakelaw Social Club.

Once again, Blyth South Beach’s Minor Cup tie was called off and they will try again next weekend.