Whitley Bay Cibos on the wrong end of cup shock

IN THE George Davison Cup, second division Ashington Fox Cover pulled off a shock win away to premier division Whitley Bay Cibos.

The Cover won the game with only seconds left by the odd goal in seven.

Goals for the Cover came from Steven Gardener (2), Steven Clark and Aaron Frazer. Scoring for the Cibos was Mark Nicholson (2) and Chris Woolley.

The Albert North Shields beat Blyth Masons Arms 2-1 to reach the final of the Saints Shield where they will meet Ashington Grand Street in the final.

Goals for the Albert came from Craig Hull and Andrew Doig.

The Alan Davison Cup saw Burradon and New Fordley reach the final with a hard fought win away against Ashington Mortimer, beating their hosts 2-0.

In the premier division, Blyth Comrades had a good 4-0 win at home against Newbiggin FC.

Tynemouth Gunner and Ashington RAOB shared the points in a 2-2 draw, the Buffs coming from two goals down. Chris Appleby and Shaun Porter scored for the Gunner. Goals for the Buffs were scored by Michael Freathy and Dan Branley.

Ashington Grand Street had a fine 5-0 in their division one game at home against Rockcliffe Arms with goals from Chris Hogg (3), Daryl Townesy and Stephen Frater.

Blyth Seahorse got back to winning ways with a 5-1 win at home against Monkseaton Arms. Goals for the Seahorse came from Brian Gabbitas (2), Ray Armstrong, Andrew Sutherland and David Burt. Mark Herron scored for the Arms.

Monkseaton Hunting Lodge had to work hard against the revived New Hartley side. Goals for the Lodge came from Stephen Dynes and Nigel Morris.

Milbourne Arms found North Shields Gunner in top form going down 5-1 at home. Scott Brotherick scored for the Milbourne. Goals for the Gunner came from Martyn Evans (2), James D Ridley, Josh Corrigan and an own goal.

Division two saw Blyth Prince of Wales and Bedlington Community play out a 3-3 draw.

Whitley Bay Bedroom eased passed Blagdon Arms Cramlington 3-1. The game could have been closer as Blagdon missed a penalty.

Goals for the Bedroom came from Michael Storrey, Jed Findley and John Leach. Mark Herron scored for the Blagdon.