Colliers come from behind to beat Wallington in Northern Alliance

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Ashington Colliers came from behind to take all three points in their Northern Alliance premier division clash against Wallington.

Sam Walton’s penalty put Wallington in front against Ashington Colliers – but goals from Jarvis King, Joe Moscrop (2) and Ross Gair gave the black and whites the points.

Ian Cumersky, Darren Addison and Rob McCartney slotted home for Carlisle City before Ian Lee pulled one back for Blyth Town.

Sammy Craig’s late winner gave Red House Farm victory over Seaton Delaval.

Derek Graham struck twice as Wallsend Town went top of the table with a storming win over Whitley Bay A.

Lee Garwood, Paul Mills and Paul McHutcheon got the others with Connor Johnson netting the reply.

Matty Hayton grabbed a hat-trick in Walker Central’s victory over Killingworth Station. John Robson netted the fourth will Lee Donnelly scoring for Station.

Mark Worrall’s double for Northbank was cancelled out by strikes from Aiden McCafferty and Alex Lovatt in reply.

Joe Betts also struck twice for Percy Main as they raced into a three-goal lead against Rutherford. Chris Laidlaw got the other with Danny Hill and Sean Wilkinson netting for the visitors after the break.

Stocksfield had Glen Caygill, Ben Dibb-Fuller and Adrian Sutcliffe on target as they knocked Shankhouse out of the Bay Plastics Challenge Cup.

Luke Strangeway’s double helped put Wooler on top of Division One as they inflicted a first defeat on Newcastle Chemfica. Ian Hutchinson pulled one back.

Liam Henderson struck three times in Gateshead Redheugh’s 7-4 win over Birtley Saint Josephs to move into second. Andy May, John Dewhirst, Zak Atkinson and Alan Pegram also fired home with Anthony Smith (2), Dan Irving and Lee Cuthbertson replying in a fast-paced and exciting encounter.

Newcastle Uni banged in ten at Hexham. Jesse Walkin was a hat-trick hero with Jacob Salisbury (2), Joe Watson, Jonathon Sexton, Ben Wheeler, Charlie Pilkington and Robbie Sweet adding the others. Neil McDonald scored for the shell-shocked Tynedalers.

Johnny Wyres and Jasper Scott both bagged braces for North Shields Athletic in their victory at Willington Quay Saints. Anthony Keith and Mark Shields got the others with Kane Chirnside and Grant Starling notched replies.

Lee Waugh hit two late goals for New Fordley to add to Mark Waite’s opener in their win over Gosforth Bohs and Stu Kyle, Sean Anderson and Adam Shanks also left it late to net for Cramlington Town against Heddon, who struck thanks to Connor Brown.

Bedlington Terriers Reserves went out of the Archers of Blyth George Dobbins League Cup at the first hurdle in extra time against Second Division Newcastle Benfield Reserves.

Carl Sayer, Davey Carr, Simon Cunningham and Andy Welsh netted for Terriers but goals from Andrew McBride, Aiden Bell, Stephen Thompson, Max Kirkham and Chris Thompson won it for Benfield.

Dan Long grabbed five goals in Blyth Isabella’s 12-1 mauling of Cramlington United.

Andrew Haigh and Che Aisbitt got two each and Paul Huck, Dan Carr and Jake Miller piled on the misery. Ben Jobson struck at the other end.

Table toppers Longbenton had Peter Webster, David Short, Anthony Brown (2) and Rob Woods on the scoresheet at Grainger park, whose scorer was Nathan Lowdon, while John Bone’s goal for AFC Newbiggin gave them a narrow victory over Gateshead Leam Rangers.

Nicky Whitelaw slammed in a treble and Michael Starkie claimed two more as Wallsend Boys Club hit seven without reply at Wideopen. Karl Morrison and David Coulson grabbed the others.

Danny Igo, James Bowman, Chris Watson and Dan Milnes netted for Swalwell as they beat West Allotment Celtic A, who pulled two back late on through Ben Jackson and James Walker.

Liam Donnelly, Alex Eleazar, Adam Bravey and Andy Smith crashed in for Whitburn Athletic at Seaton Burn, who grabbed a consolation from Andrew Bennett.

Chopwell pulled off an exciting 5-4 extra time win over High Howdon in the Bluefin Group Amateur Cup. Derek Waters put away two penalties and John Meadows, Ryan Lowes and Stuart Rook got the others.