Cup wins for Burradon and Last Orders

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Burradon and New Fordley won the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League George Davison Cup with a 5-1 win over Blyth Comrades.

An Ian Lee hat-trick and further strikes from Michael Chilton and Ryan Hutching secured the trophy, sponsored by Port Training Services Blyth, with Daniel Carr scoring a late consolation for Comrades.

In the JD Marnock Cup final, Blyth Last Orders beat second division Ashington Portland.

Goals from Martyn Hepple and Paul Katz put the division one outfit 2-0 in front before Portland’s Paul Crate pulled a goal back 20 minutes from time.

But a second for Hepple secured the win for Last Orders.

Next Sunday Burradon and New Fordley are back at Bedlington for another final, this time against Ashington Grand in the SA Randolph Cup, with the match sponsored by Mr and Mrs J Scott from Standard Security Blyth.

In division one, North Shields Royal Arms had a 3-2 win at Ashington Bubbles. Kris Allington and Ryan Middleton scored for Bubbles but Lee Kelly, Nicky Thompson and Les Thompson goals won it for Royal.

Blyth South Beach and Ashington Hoose shared the points in a 1-1 draw, with Rob Ridley on target for Beach and Brian Henderson replying for Hoose.

Wansbeck Flavour Bar and Bedlington Community played out a goaless draw. West Allotment went down 2-0 at home against Ashington Grand, with Paul Hedley scoring both goals.

Division two saw the Cramlington derby go to Phoenix, who beat home side the Bay Horse 4-0. Michael Treanor (2), Sean Glendinning and Dean Devlin doing the damage.

A E Phoenix pulled off a shock win away to Blyth Top House 5-2. Scott Rutherford and Gordon Reaveley scored for Top House, but four for Kevin Chapman sand one for Michael Freathy won it.

FC Beacon and Blyth Percy Arms played out a 2-2 draw with Lewis Briggs and Dan Atherton scoring for Beacon and a Dean Kirkley double repliying for Percy.

Forest Hall and Ashington White House also shared the points in a 1-1 draw. Adam Burn scored for Forest Hall with Paul Corney replying for White House.

Another two teams who shared the points were New Delaval and Newsham and Lynemouth Institute as their game finished 3-3. Goals for the home side came from Ian Locke, Jason Hamilton and Joe Race. Dean Shortt with a double and Marc Richardson replied for Institute.

Newbiggin Bankhouse went down at home 8-1 to the much-improved Marden Residents. Kevin Halliday scored a penalty for the home side, Chris Darroll (4), Liam Parr, Jordan Fry, Ira Tilley and Michael Wedderburn were on target for Marden.

Red Lion Earsdon won 4-0 at home to Newsham Victory with Graeme Smith (2), Michael Hartley and Ant Steven the scorers.