Ashington RAOB through to NFA Sunday Cup last four

Ashington RAOB reached the semi-finals of the NFA Sunday Cup with a win over North Shields Billy Mill.

The Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League side were at home to their much fancied opposition from the Cramlington Sunday League, but goals from Kyle Downey and Ben Harmison were enough, despite a late consolation from Gary Bailes for Billy Mill.

Amble Tavern’s game at Haltwhistle Jubilee was called off earlier in the week and has been rearranged for Sunday, October 23.

In the first round of the George Davison Cup, North Shields Pineapple had a good win at home 6-2 against Ellington Plough. Charlie Thompson (2), Jay Dalton (2), Chris English and Jordan Marshall were on target for Pineapple with Jack Philips and Max Robinson replying.

In round two of the Alan Davison Cup, Ashington Sporting Club were no match for rampant High Street who won 10-2. Robert Watt and Calum Mulligan scored for Sporting Club, and keeper Simon Mavin kept the score down as Anthony Goldie (7), Duane Dunn, Eoin Ridley and Chris Laidlaw goals won it.

Bebside Inn also went through with a 6-1 home win against Ashington Station Lounge, who had Daniel McDonald on target, but strikes from Martin Kelly (2), Jason Hamilton, David Long, Martin Robinson and Joe McDonnell saw Bebside through.

Bedlington Market Tavern beat visitors Newsham Victory 3-0 with goals from Calum Donohoe, Kieron Eagan and Reece Farrell.

Broomhill North End Trap win by the odd goal in three against Marden Residents. Scoring for Trap were Kevin Bell (penalty) and Darren Smith, with Barry Buckley replying.

Earsdon Red Lion beat visitors Blyth Town Sunday 2-1 in the premier division with goals from Ryan Walton and Michael Butcher cancelling out a Ross Gilchrist effort.

In division one, Morpeth Conservative Club and Guide Post Social played out a 6-6 draw. On target for the Conservative Club were Nick O’Neil (3), Alex Laviers (2) and his brother Joe. For Guide Post, David Kewn (3), Jake Gray (2) and Andrew McLennen were on target.

Whitehouse Ashington won 5-2 at home against basement side Guide Post Shakespeare Tavern. Michael Grieves (3), Jordan Hancock and Jordan Lashley scored for Whitehouse with Ethan Page notching a double for Tavern.