Burradon and New Fordley advance in NFA Sunday Cup with win in Leeds

Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League side Burradon and New Fordley advanced in the FA Sunday Cup at the weekend.

They beat Halton Moor 6-1 in their game in Leeds and go into the hat for the third round. On target were Michael Chilton (2), Scott Pocklington, Michael Hall, Dale Pearson and Ian Lee.

On Sunday, Broomhill North End Trap are away against Ashington RAOB in the quarter-final of the NFA Sunday Cup at Peoples Park, Ashington, with a 10.30am kick-off.

In the George Davison Cup round two, Whitehouse Ashington's game at home against Newsham Victory fell foul to the weather with the pitch waterlogged.

Marden Residents reached the third round with a 6-1 win against the Beacon in a game switched from Marden to Seaton Sluice. On Target for Residents was Richard Thompson (3), Chris Fry (2), and Phil McFarlane.

All games in the premier division were off due to the weather.

Division one saw a high scoring game between home side East Chevington and Cramlington Green as they shared 18 goals.

Chevington took an early lead only for Green to hit back with a bang and in a ten-minute burst they scored four goals befoire finishing 7-1 ahead at the break.

Chevington came storming back in the second half and scored five goals to just one from Green to make it 8-6 to the visitors. However, in the final ten minutes with the home side pushing forward, they were caught four times on the break to go down 12-6.

Leading the scoring for the home side was Max Anderson with four. Simon Reay scored their other two.

Scott Lowery led the scoring for the Green with a hat-trick. John Leonard, Karl Boughen and Jake Larmouth scored two each and Jorden Leonard, Craig Quinn and Josh Pyle completed the scoring.

Spring Gardens moved up to second place with an 11-1 away win at Blyth United Services. Liam McNally scored for Services, but goals from John Amos (4), Chris Appleby (3), Brandon Parker (2), Callum Akram and Terry Goicoechea won it for Spring Gardens.

In an Ashington derby, Northern just edged Sportng Club by the odd goal in five. On target for Northern were Jon McGurk, John Lowes and Jamie Graham. Goals for the Sporting Club came from Anthony Rutherford and Scott Neal.

Guide Post Social Club went down 5-2 at home to in-form High Street. Andrew McLennan scored both goals for the Guide Post, while Anthony Goldie (4) and Brandon Nadeem were on target for the victors.