STANDARD Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League’s Burradon and New Fordley won the right to meet the winners from the Cramlington Sunday League when they defeated Ashington Mortimer 4-1
John Gall was on target for Mortimer, but goals from Kieron Parson, Graham Cairns, Steve Howes and Ian Lee won the tie.
In the premier division, Blyth Comrades won a close game 2-1 at home to Milbourne Arms Holywell.
Keith Ince and Michael Meins scored for Comrades. Tony Coxon replied for the Milbourne.
Newbiggin had a man in form in their 4-2 win over Whitley Bay Cibos.
Ashley Smyth scored a hat-trick with Tony Messenger also on target.
Division one saw Cowpen Percy Arms had keeper Kevin Morton to thank for earning a 1-1 draw when High Street piled on the pressure.
Steven Rylatt scored for Percy with Anthony Goldie replying for High Street.
A single strike from Grand’s Graham Todd settled their Ashington derby with White House.
Blyth Seahorse beat New Delaval and Newsham 4-1 with goals from Martyn Hepple, David Archbold, Mark Wilson and Jason Sinton. Ian Lockey scored for Delaval.
Blyth Masons Arms lost 4-2 at home to Monkseaton Arms, with Nick Brannighan scoring both their goals.
Bedlington Community won 4-1 at home to Marden Residents in division two. On target were Richard Stobbart, Antony Harrison, Michael Douglas and Liam Issac.
Blyth Ridley Park were no match for Ashington Bubbles star striker Kris Allington as he scored five in an 8-2 win. Further goals came from Jamie Graham, Steven Gardener and Carl Badiali. On target for Ridley was David Campbell (2).
Cramlington Phoenix beat Ashington Rohan Kanhai 9-0. Dean Devlin led the scoring with four. Michael Don added two more and Michael Treanor, Stephen Taylor and Chris Killen also scored.
New Hartley’s Nicholas Jefferson came off the bench and scored the winner in their 4-3 win over Ashington Central. Other goals for Hartley came from Jamie Heathcote, Chris Piriz and Andrew Wilson.
On target for Central were Richard Hall two and Liam Desmier.
West Allotment just failed to hang on to a point when they went down 2-1 at home against Ashington Grand Street. Lewis Thompson and Stuart Arkle scored for Grand Street.