MB Socca Leagues’ Thursday night games continued last week at Ashington’s Hirst Welfare Centre with division one leaders Real Ashington turning on the style.
Manager and goalkeeper Tony kept yet another clean sheet as the rest of his red army did ther bit as they eased past Sparta Hatbreath 7-0.
The Biggin climbed to second spot only one point behind Real as they managed to beat champions Base FC 3-2.
A fiery encounter full of actionleaves Base FC back in fourth spot, dropping two places.
North Seaton Elephant are in good form and they beat Newbiggin Blaze 5-0 to climb up to third.
In the last game in division one, Multiple Scoregasm finally got three points, beating new side St ella 5-2.looked like a side to watch in the future.
Division two leaders Station Boys took on arch rivals Brazilliant and on paper Station would walk this one.
But the yellows of Brazilliant had other ideas and pulled of the their best ever victory.
They turned on some maginficent stuff and beat the Station 3-1.
With Station Boys losing it left joint leaders Station FC a massive chance to go three points clear at the top.
And that is exactly what they did as they beat new side Not in Service 3-1.
The Whipping Boys beat A-Town Rangers 3-1 and The Doggers cemented third spot and are chasing the leaders hard as they beat Ashington All-Stars 4-0.
Referees Chris, Graham and Billy were left breathless as the full-time whistles blew to end a night packed with everything.
Teams are still required to form division three and anyone interested should contact Graham on 07891 321753 or Chris on 07970 952578 to register.
Check out www.mbsoccaleague.co.uk for more info.