East Chevington hit 15 against Dock Hotel

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There was only one game in the Morpeth Sunday League division one at the weekend.

Stobswood edged out Riverside Lodge 2-1 thanks to goals from Steffan Tweddle and Robert Baker. Riverside’s reply was scored by Chris Marsden.

In division two, East Chevington’s unbeaten start continued as they ran out 15-0 winners over Amble Dock Hotel.

Scoring for East Chevington were Darren Smith (5), Adam Shanks (4), Liam Neeson (2), Jordan Giles, Jack Godfrey, Sean Palmer and Rob Morton.

They remain top of the table after this victory and are five points clear of their nearest rivals.

North End Trap moved up to second place as they defeated The Elephant 8-1 thanks to four goals from Kevin Bell, a hat-trick from Luke Baston and a penalty from Marc Mavin, Elephant’s consolation came from Dan Webb.

HMP Northumberland and Amble Blue Bell played out a 3-3 draw with Amble’s goals scored by Peter Mullen (2) and Andrew Taylor. On target for HMP were Jason Singh (2) and Ryan McHugh.

Alnmouth Argyle overcame Ashington Conchie 2-1 courtesy of strikes from Chris Chisholm and John Winter, with Michael Freathy on target for Conchie.

In the NFA Sunday Cup, division one side Amble Tavern defeated Blyth Comrades 7-2 thanks to a flurry of second half goals.

Blyth had taken the lead in the contest before falling behind 2-1, but at half time the scores were level in what had been a tight opening 45 minutes.

Amble, however, showed their class as they scored five goals in the last 13 minutes to take their place in the second round.

Amble took the victory thanks to four goals from Liam Brooks, a Nathan Buddle brace, while Jayden Hindhaugh got his first ever goal for the club.

In the FA Carlsberg Sunday Cup, Bedlington Barrington Arms went down 5-2 against former holders Humbledon Plains Farm FC, despite a spirited second half performance.

They found themselves 3-0 down at half-time but two quick-fire second half goals from David Scott and Josh Laverick put them back into the contest.

A golden chance was then spurned by Barrington striker David Scott as his hesitancy after rounding the goalkeeper proved fatal, allowing a recovering defender to stop his goal-bound effort on the line.

Humbledon took full advantage as almost immediately they carved out two chances, both of which they converted to kill the tie and take their place in the next round.