Top two continue push for title

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In the premier division, Wansbeck Pots and Slots and Burradon and New Fordley continued their push for the title.

Pots and Slots had a narrow win 1-0 away against Blyth Comrades thanks to a goal from Michael Freathy.

The Fordley side had it a little easier with a 6-0 win against North Shields Royal Arms with goals from David Atkinson (2), Ian Lee (2), Steve Howes and Ryan Hutchinson.

Ashington Bubbles won 8-2 at home against the Red Lion thanks to hat-tricks from Che Aisbitt and Kris Allington plus goals from Brent Aisbitt and Andrew Davison. Both goals for the Lion came from Michael Starkie.

Division one saw league leaders South Beach win 4-1 against Cramlington Green. Dean Fitch (3) and Lee Seller scored for South Beach. Zak Douglas scored the consolation goal for the Green.

Sports and Social are keeping the pressure on the league leaders when they beat Newsham Vic 7-3 at home. Glen Dolmahoy (3), Vince Palmer (2), Dang Hi Vuong and Craig Danielson scored. On target for the Vic were Chris Coppen, David Lillico and Scott Busby.

Ashington Excelsior went down at home 3-1 against Blyth Isabella. Stephen Gardner scored for the Excelsior. On target for the Isabella were Eion Ridley (2) and Todd Musgrave.

Ashington White House beat FC Beacon 4-1 at home with goals from Ryan Johnson, John Gall, Ben Davison and star man Trevor Newman. Daniel Smith scored for the Beacon.

Last Orders had a good 5-2 win at home against Blyth Waterloo. Gary Adamson scored both goals for the Waterloo. On target for Last Orders was John Williams (2), James Sinton, Darryl Pendleton and Andrew Scott.

Blyth United Services went down 8-2 at home against AE Phoenix. David Long and Daniel Miller scored for the Services. Leading the scoring for the Phoenix was David Sturgeon (3), Darren Percy (2), Gavin McMillin, Ryan Murphy and Andrew Hedley.

Another side scoring eight without reply was Stakeford Cherry Tree against Marden Residents with goals from Peter Allaway (3), Jake Gray (3), Barry Tait and Connor O’Brien.

On Sunday the last two cup finals take place at Bedlington Terriers ground.

At 10.30am is the JD Marnock final between Blyth South Beach and Red Lion Earsdon.

In the afternoon with a 2.30pm kick off is the George Davison final between Burradon and Wansbeck Pots and Slots.