ASHINGTON Bubbles moved into the third round of the Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League Saints Shields with a 4-1 win at home against Bay Horse.
Once again Bubbles goal machine Kris Allington was on target with another hat-trick, with Stephen Dick scoring the other.
In round one of the Eric Anderson Cup, FC Beacon beat AE Phoenix 4-2. Michael Freathy scoring twice for Phoenix.
In the Alan Davison Cup second round, Wansbeck Flavour Bar beat Ashington Portland with a last minute Stephen Frater penalty.
Division one saw Ashington Cree just scrape home by the odd goal in three against Bedlington Community. Goals for Cree came from Richard Hall and Ryan Chisholm. Anthony Rutherford scored for Community.
Ashington Grand came back down to earth after their draw last week as they performed well below their best in a 3-1 home defeat against Blyth Comrades.
Wayne Tait scored for Ashington Grand with Daniel Long, Michael Meins and star man Terry Self on target for Comrades.
Burradon and New Fordley got back to winning ways with a 4-0 home win against Ashington Hoose. Goals for the home side came from Daniel Young (2), Andrew Keenan and Craig Johnson.
High Street also won at home, 3-0 against West Allotment.
On target for Street were Jason Smart (2) and Anthony Goldie.
North Shields Royal Arms inflicted a second defeat on Blyth Last Orders with a 5-0 home win.
Nicky Thompson led the scoring with a hat-trick. Les Thomson was also on target with two.
Division two saw all but one game go to the away teams.
New Delaval and Newsham won at Ashington White House 5-3.
Scott Swinney with two and Ben Davison scored for White House. Leading the scoring for the Newsham side was Craig Frazer with a hat-trick. Further goals came from Ian Locke and Chris Burns.
Cramlington Phoenix werebeiong held 2-2 by Red Lion with minutes left. However, they leaked a third to go down by the odd goal in five.
Graham Owens scored both goals for Phoenix with Scott Purcell (2) and Ian Irvin scoring for Red Lion.
In another close, game the Eagle won by the odd goal in seven away at Marden Residents.
Jordon Fry was unlucky to finish on the losing side as he scored two goals for Marden, with Ira Tilley also on target.
Goals for the Eagle came from Cutis Miller, John Moran, Gary Adamson and Andrew Davison.
Newbiggin Coble also went down 4-0 against Lynemouth Institute.
Mark Richardson and Thomas Brotherton scored two each for Institute.
Newsham Will Tree won at home by the odd goal in five against Forest Hall.
David Lillico again was on target for the home side with two. Daniel Wright was also on the scoresheet.
Goals for Forest Hall came from Ally Semmence and Adam Burn.
Burradon and New Fordley will play Billy Mill from the Cramlington Sunday League at Bedlington Terriers ground on Sunday, September 30, in the final of the David Crichton Cup.
It will be the competition’s 40th anniversary.
Kick-off is 2pm while the junior cup game will start at 10.30am.