IN A thrilling football match fiercely contested by two dynamic teams, it was TyneMet who progressed to the last four of the BCS Cup.
TyneMet played some attractive free flowing football that gave them a two-goal advantage within 25 minutes.
A great move involving goalkeeper Eaton, Taylor, Blacklock was finished in style by Dixon.
The second quickly followed with a crisp pass by Cole into the superb Wears who side-stepped his opponent to fire past the keeper from 25 yards.
Stockton recovered with three goals in ten minutes to take a shock 3-2 lead at half-time.
TyneMet, determined to put things right again with their new focus, equalised with a penalty by Dixon.
A great 35-yard strike from Cole made it 4-3 before substitute Chisholm added to the tally to make it 5-3 before Stockton showed more resilience and fight to pull one back, but TyneMet held on to book their place in the semi-final.