Burradon edge closer to Sunday league title

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With just two weeks to go the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League titles are still up for grabs.

Burradon and new Fordley are closing in on division one after a 5-0 win at North Shields Royal Arms at the weekend. Goals came from Steve Howes (2), Ryan Hutchinson, Paul Alexander and Jordan Watson.

Blyth Last Orders are locked in a dogfight at the bottom after they went down 3-2 at home against Ashington Hoose. David Archbold and Martyn Hepple scored for Last Orders, but on target for Hoose were Shaun Cole, Chris Willis and Gary Bailes.

High Street inflicted another defeat on South Beach, 3-2. Anthony Harvey, Anthony Goldie and Sean Craddock scored for Street, with Josh and Jason Miller replying.

Ashington Grand won the local derby against Bubbles 7-2. Michael Todd led the scoring with a hat-trick with Kyle Downey (2), Paul Hedley and Graham Todd also on target. Daniel Hislop scored both Bubbles goals.

The division two title race looks like going down to the wire with two sides in contention.

Red Lion Earsdon have found their shooting boots as they won 5-2 at AE Phoenix. Kevin Chapman scored both goals for Phoenix, but strikes from Scott Pucell (2) Andrew Smith (2) and Michael Hartley won it.

Blyth Percy Arms went down to the only goal of the game scored by Ross Adams for Newbiggin Bankhouse.

Cramlington Phoenix won 2-0 at home against Ashington White House with Paul Neilson and Sean Glendinning on target.

FC Beacon pulled off a fantastic 4-1 home win against New Delaval and Newsham. Jamie Couling (2), Dominic Gilespie and Callum Appleby did the damage, with Craig Danielson notching the Newsham consolation.

Forest Hall CC won a tight game at home by the odd goal in three against Blyth Top House.

Lynemouth Institute continued to put pressure on the top sides with a 3-1 win at home against the Bay Horse Cramlington. Goals for Institute came from Jordan Bellamy (2) and Richard Packard. Ian Cochrane scored for Bay Horse.

Newsham Victory’s Rhys Brown scored both goals in their 2-0 home win against Marden Residents.