Burradon and New Fordley close gap on Wansbeck Flavour Bar

In the premier division of the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League, Burradon and New Fordley closed the gap on league leaders Wansbeck Flavour Bar when they beat them 5-1 at home.

Leading the scoring for Fordley was Ian Lee with a hat-trick. Michael Chilton scored the other two while Michael Hogg hit the Flavour consolation.

High Street had a good 4-2 win at home against Lynemouth Institute with Alan Goldie, Shaun Pickering, Anthony Goldie and Chris Laidlaw on target. Institute brothers Thomas and Gary Brotherton scored on the day.

Ashington Grand also won at home, 5-0 against New Delaval and Newsham, courtesy of goals from Tony Messenger (2), Kyle Oliver, Michael Todd and Damien Stevens.

In division one, Newbiggin Bankhouse beat FC Beacon 4-2 at home. Rob Holden (3) and Daniel Marshall scoring their goals with Daniel Smith and Dominic Gillesppie replying.

Blyth Isabella Colliery edged out Blyth Uniterd Services 2-1 at home. Wayne Grasie and Jordan Kennedy scored for Isabella, and Chris O’Neil for Services.