Five star for Burradon and New Fordley

Burradon and New Fordley beat Ashington Grand 5-1 to win the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League SA Randolph Cup at Bedlington.

Goals from Michael Chilton (2) and Steve Howes gave Buraddon a 3-0 interval lead.

This was increased after the break with a strike from Ian Lee before Michael Todd put Grand on the scoresheet.

A late David Atkinson penalty completed the scoring.

Jim Scott, from match sponsor and league sponsor Standard Security Blyth, presented the trophies.

In division one, Ashington Bubbles beat Blyth Last Orders 3-2. On target for Bubbles were Ryan Middleton, Jamie Graham and Kris Allington. Goals for Last Orders came from Mathewe Wade and Martyn Hepple.

Bedlington Community threw the form book out of the window when they drew 1-1 at home against North Shields Royal Arms Chris Green scored for Community with Nicky Thompson replying for Royal.

Division two saw A E Phoenix gain another fine win, 3-2 at home against Ashington Portland. Michael Freathy, Kevin Chapman and Mark Taylor scored for Phoenix with Steve Wills and Gary Wood on target for Portland.

Bay Horse and Ashington White House played out a seven-goal thriller, with the Bay Horse winning 4-3. Scott Smith with a hat-trick and Michael Jordan scored for Bay Horse. Goals for White House came from John Appleby, David Jobson and Paul Corney.

Blyth Top House got back to winning ways in overcoming Marden Residents 4-0 at home with goals from Jake Miller (2), Steven Rylatt and Andrew Davision.

FC Beacon went down 6-3 at home against Cramlington Phoenix. On target for Beacon were Mark Hall, Dominic Gillespie and Ian Marsh. Goals for Phoenix came from Sean Glendinning (2), Michael Treanor, Chris Killen and Dean Devlin.

Forest Hall had a good 3-1 win at home against Newbiggin Bankhouse. Carl Stewart, Christian Banuelos and Paul Errington scored for Forest Hall and Steven Sanderson scored the consolation goal for Bankhouse.

New Delaval and Newsham have done the double over Red Lion Earsdon in the past week. This time they won with the only goal of the game scored by Paddy Allen.