More than 50 goals in Sunday League’s first division alone

In the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League premier division Blyth South Beach went down at home by the odd goal in seven against Blyth and Tyne.

On target for South Beach were Kris Coppen, Stuart Dickinson and David Watts. But goals from Martin Robinson (2), Mark Rylatt and Andrew Dodds won it for Blyth and Tyne.

Burradon and New Fordley won 5-1 at home against The Tun. Lee Waugh (2), David Atkinson, Ryan Hutchinson and Steve Howes were on target for Burradon with Andrew Smith scoring the consolation for the visitors.

Cramlington Level 3 and Ashington Grand shared the points in a 2-2 draw. On target for the Level 3 was dean Devlin and Louis Sneddon. Replying for Grand was Nicky Dunn and Damien Stevens.

Wansbeck Pots and Slots 5-3 won at home against Newbiggin Bankhouse with goals from Daniel Purvis, Stephen Patterson, Barry Gray, Michael Angus and Chris Moffit. Bankhouse’s goals came from Karl Davison, Alan Thain and Kevin Halliday.

In division one there were goals galore with more than 50 being scored. Pick of the games was Marden Residents’ home match against High Street which resulted in an 11-6 win for High Street. Residents’ goals came from Ross Seaman (2), Chris Darroll (2), Liam Mulligan and Mathew Foreman. Anthony Goldie led the scoring for the Street with four and Chris Laidlaw notched a hat-trick. Alan Goldie scored two, including a penalty, and David Gray and Anthony Marshall completed the scoring.

AE Phoenix Riverside beat Guide Post SC 3-1 at home with Mark Taylor scoring a hat-trick while Robert Bell scored for the visitors.

Ashington Conchie won 4-1 at home against Blyth Isabella Colliery. On target for Conchie were Stephen Key, Michael Freathy Daniel Hudson and Paul Key. Jason Hamilton scored the consolation for Isabella.

Ashington Northern and Newsham Victory produced a seven-goal thriller as the Vic ran out 4-3 winners thanks to goals from David Lillico (2), Stephen Waterworth and Chris Coppen. Richard Stobbat (2) and Michael Carr were on target for Northern.

East Chevington went down 6-1 at home against Blyth Last Orders. Darren Smith scored for the home side, but goals from Martyn Hepple (4), Ross Gilchrist and Andrew Scott won it.

FC Beacon picked up their first win of the season when they defeated Blyth United Services 5-3. On target for Beacon were Luke Skipper (2), Stuart Main, Daniel Lummis and Dean Carruthers. Services’ goals came from Brian Clough, Stehen Hanley and Paul Bertram.

Red Lion Bedlington also picked up their first win when they defeated Cramlington Green 6-1 at home. Kieron Bishop scored the consolation goal for Green while goals for Red Lion came from Jordan Bellamy, Daniel Rosewell, Callum Hermiston, Andrew Welsh, Adam Dixon and Jason Wilson.