Blyth Comrades win local derby in Alan Davison Cup

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In round two of the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League Alan Davison Cup, Blyth Comrades won 3-1 at Blyth and Tyne.

Mark Rylatt scored for the home side, but goals from Paul Huck, Daniel Carr and Michael Meins won it for Comrades.

In the premier division, Ashington Excelsior lost 4-1 at home to Ashington Grand, who were reduced to ten men. Adam Mavin scored for Excelsior, but Ross Muter (2), Damien Stevens and Nicky Dunn goals won it.

Broomhill North End Trap went down 2-1 at home in a shock defeat to South Beach CC. Steven Hogg scored for Trap, but Jordan Wilson and Lee Seller strikes won it for the visitors.

Wansbeck Pots and Slots lost 3-2 at home to North Shields The Tun, who took the points with goals from Nicky Thompson (2) and Charlie Thompson. Stephen Frater and Richard Brown score for the home side.

AE Phoenix Riverside were well on top at home against division one rivals Red Lion Bedlington, leading 3-1 well into the second half. But Lion came storming back in the last 20 to score four to snatch the points. Goals for Phoenix came from Daryl Townsey, Kevin Chapman and Mark Taylor. Leading the scoring for Red Lion was Chris Smiles with a hat-trick with further goals from Jason Wilson and James Todd.

Blyth Last Orders remain unbeaten in the division and scored nine against East Chevington. Leading the scoring was Martyn Hepple with a hat-trick. Ross Gilchrist (2) Chris Watson, Sammy Perez, Daryl Pendleton and a rare goal from Nick Soulsby completed the rout. Rob Morton and Ben Lilburn scored two consolation goals for Chevington.

Guide Post Social Club opened up the chase to catch Last Orders with a superb 5-3 home win against Blyth Isabella Colliery. Adam McTaggart scored a hat-trick before being sent off with Peter Allaway and Chris Green completing the Guide Post tally. Craig Danielson notched a hat-trick for Isabella in reply.

High Street got back to winning ways with a 7-1 home win against local rivals Blyth United Services. Goals for Street came from Chris Laidlaw (2), Steven Brown, David Anderson, Robin White, Anthony Goldie and Adam Emmerson. David Long scored the consolation goal for Services.

Newsham Victory were made to fight all the way for the points at home against Cramlington Green as they won 4-3. On target for Vic were Craig Frazer (2), Chris Coppen and David Lillico. Goals for Green came from Jordan Leonard, Kieron Bishop and Karl Boughen.

Ashington Conchie and Marden Residents shared the points in a 3-3 draw. Scoring for Conchie was Stephen Key, Sean Laing and Jordan Hancock. On target for Residents was Shaun Nolan.

On Sunday Burradon and New Fordley are away to Liv Supplies from Humberside in the FA Sunday Cup. The game starts at 1pm.