Ashington Station Lounge go through after walkover

Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League side Ashington Station Lounge advanced in the NFA Sunday Minor Cup.

Lounge went into the next round by a walkover after opponents Slatyford were unable to field a team.

In the George Davison Cup first round, Spring Gardens won at 7-1 at home against Blyth United Services with goals from Paul Foster (2), Steven Goicoechea (2), John Amos, Craig Boyle and Kevin Water. Stehen Hanley scored the consolation for Services.

In round one of SA Randolph Cup, Bedlington Social Club and Broomhill North End Trap were level at 4-4 at the end of 90 minutes before the Trap scored twice in extra time. Goals for Social Club were scored by Joe Moscrop (2), Josh Monaghan and Chris Glass. On target for Broomhill were Mark Nixon, Kevin Bell, Mathew Robson and Jack Small in normal time, with Nixon and Bell striking the extra time winners.

Red Lion Bedlington went down at home 10-0 against Burradon and New Fordley, who had Steve Howes (5), Michael Hall, Scott Pockingtonton, Kieron Pyle, Sean McRoberts and David Atkinson with a penalty on target, with nine of their goals coming in the second half.

In the quarter-final of the same competition, Blyth Last Orders reached the last four with a 7-1 win at Forest Hall, with Richard Kelk scoring their consolation. Last Orders scorers were Mathew Crook (3), Martyn Hepple (2), Nick Soulsby and Ross Gilchrist.

In round one of the Saints Shield, East Chevington won 3-2 at home after extra time against Marden Residents. Calvin Baston, Mcuarley Mason and Max Anderson with the winner scored for East Chevington while for Marden, Stephen Dynes and Marc Hunter were the scorers.

Newsham Victory went through in normal time when they beat Guide Post SC 3-1 at home. On target for the Vic were David Lillico, Joe Betts and Jordan Wright.

In the quarter-final, Cramlington Green and High Street went to extra time before the latter won 3-1. Marcus Brown scored the Green with Chris Laidlaw scoring for the Street in normal time before Anthony Goldie scored twice in extra time.