Burradon and New Fordley reach Sunday Cup final

Buarradon and New Fordley beat Blakelaw Social Club to reach the NFA Sunday Cup final.

Burradon and New Fordley won 3-1 with goals from Ryan Hutchinson (2) and Graeme Cairns.

In the quarter-finals of the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League JD Marnock Cup, last year’s winners Blyth Last Orders bowed out of the competition.

They were lost 2-1 at Blyth South Beach, who went through with goals from Adam Emmerson and Ryan McKee. Chris McCartney scored for Last Orders.

Blyth United Services went down 6-3 to Stakeford Cherry Tree. David Long (2) and Daniel Miller scored for Services. On target for Cherry Tree were Adam McTaggart, Scott McBride, David Kewen, Peter Allaway, Joe Well and Jake Gray.

Premier division Forest Hall also went through with a 4-1 home win against first division Ashington White House. Goals for the home side came from Jamie Kennedy (2), Daniel McDonald and Paul Errington. Andrew McLennen scored for White House.

Another premier division side going through over a division one side was Red Lion Earsdon. They won 5-1 against Blyth Waterloo SC, who had Gary Adamson on target. Goals for Red Lion came from Michael Hartley (2), Michael Butcher, Keith Kennedy and Jamie Barker.

In the premier division, Ashington Bubbles won 4-0 at home against Blyth High Street with goals from Kris Allington, Che Aisbitt, Anthony Wright and Craig Penny.

New Delaval and Newsham went down at home 4-1 against North Shields Royal Arms. Mark Langlands scored for Newsham side with Alan Baptist scoring all four for Royal Arms.

Blyth Comrades found some form when they won 4-1 at Wansbeck Pots and Slots. Michael Hogg scored for the home side with Daniel Long (2) and Terry Self (2) scored for Comrades.

Division one saw Newbiggin Bankhouse in fine form with a 5-2 home win against Marden Residents. Ross Adams led the scoring for Bankhouse with a hat-trick with David Jobson scoring the other. On target for Residents were Sean Joyce and Tony Fawcett.

Blyth Spots and Social club also won at home against much improved Cramlington Green 3-1. Scott Mordue led the scoring with Craig Danielson and super sub Glen Dolmahoy also on target. Karl Boughen scored the consolation goal for Green.

AE Phoenix went down 3-1 at home 3-1 to FC Beacon. Mark Chapman scored for Phoenix while Dominic Gillespie (2) and Michael Lamb were on target for Beacon.

Blyth Isabella Colliery lost 2-1 at home to Ashington Excelsior. Paul Bertram scored for Isabella with Michael Robinson and Mathew Anderson on target for the winners.