Last Orders shocked by White House

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IN the second round of the Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League George Davison Cup, Blyth Last Orders went down to a shock home defeat against Ashington White House 3-2 after extra time.

The scores were level 1-1 after 90 minutes with goals from Martyn Hepple for the home side and Steven Darling for the visitors.

Andrew Dodds then put the home side back in front, only for Andrew Millen to level. Then with time running out, it was an own goal which put White House through.

Another game decided in extra time saw Forest Hall beat Newsham Willow Tree 3-2. Level 2-2 at the end of normal time, it was Dave Watson with his second of the game which decided the tie for the home side. Mark Railton also scored for the home side with Paul Stevens and David Lillico on target for Willow.

Newsham Vic found Anthony Goldie to hot to handle in their 9-1 home defeat against High Street. He scored six with Jason Smart, Anthony Harvey and Adam Emmerson also on target for.

North Shields Royal Arms went through to the third round with a 3-0 home win against a spirited Cramlington Phoenix.

In the Eric Anderson Cup first round, Ashington Portland beat visitors Newbiggin Coble 6-2. Leading the scoring was Robert Groves with four, with further goals from Steven Ross Miller and Jordon Maxwell. Carl Davison scored both goals for Coble.

In division, one Bedlington Community lost at home in a seven-goal thriller against Blyth Comrades. On target for Community was Chris Green, Dean Briggs and Arron Oliver. Goals for Comrades came from Terry Self, Daniel Carr and Steven Molloy (2).

Burradon and New Fordley ran riot at Newbiggin, winning by 8-1. Darren Burn scored for the home side, but Michael Hall (2), Michael Chilton (2), Martin Graham, Graeme Cairns, Paul Wilary and Ian Lee won it.

West Allotment won at Wansbeck Flavour Bar 3-0.

In division two The Eagle won by the odd goal in five at Bay Horse. Jordon Leonard and Mark Herron scored for Bay Horse, but goals from John Moran (2) and Andrew Davison sealed Eagle’s win.

Red Lion had another comfortable win away to Blyth Seahorse 6-0.

FC Beacon also scored six at home against AE Phoenix in a 6-2 win. Michael Freathy scored both for Phoenix.

Marden Residents went down 6-2 at home to Lynemouth Institute, who had Shaun Dodds, Richard Packard, Andrew Neil, John Shortt, Mark Richardson and Adam Carr on target.