Burradon and New Fordley out of FA Sunday Cup

Wansbeck Flavour Bar (yellow) lost out by the odd goal in seven to Ashington Grand in the Randolph Cup quarter-final. Picture by Ian Appleby
Wansbeck Flavour Bar (yellow) lost out by the odd goal in seven to Ashington Grand in the Randolph Cup quarter-final. Picture by Ian Appleby
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Burradon and New Fordley bowed out of the FA Sunday Cup away to Hetton Lyons Cricket Club.

They were well in the game and looked like forcing extra time until late strikes by the home side put paid to this. Goals for the Fordley side came from Steve Howes and Ryan Hutchinson.

Ashington Grand and North Shields Royal Arms reached the semi-finals of the SA Randolph Cup.

Grand won 4-3 at home by the odd goal in seven against Wansbeck Flavour Bar. Kyle Downey led the scoring with a hat-trick for Grand with Damien Stevens also on target. A hat-trick from Flavour Bar’s Micheal Hogg was not enough for the visitors.

Royal Arms had a comfortable 5-1 win at home against Red Lion with goals from Les Thompson (3), Charlie Thompson and Alan Baptist. Clive Campbell scored the consolation.

In the premier division, Ashington Bubbles beat Forest Hall 5-1, with Joe Kennedy scoring the visitors’ only goal. For Bubbles, Kris Allington (3), Daniel Hislop and Brenet Aisbitt were on target.

Cramlington Phoenix and Lynemouth Institute drew 1-1 with goals from Sean Glendinning for Phoenix and Jordon Bellamy for Institute.

High Street were beaten 6-1 at home to Blyth Comrades. Anthony Goldie scored for Street, but strikes from Terry Self (2), Daniel Carr (2), Daniel Wilson and James Woodhouse won it

Division two saw thew top two sides play each other with second placed South Beach closing the gap on leaders Blyth Sports and Social Club with a 5-2 home win. Scoring for Beach was Curtis Miller (2), Dean Fitch, Adam Emmerson and Steven Craig, while David Humble and Jason Hamilton scored for Sports Club.

Ashington Excelsior saw off Marden Residents 4-2 with goals from Daniel Clark, Martin Kelly, Jamie Graham and Jordon Anderson. Richard Thompson and Chris Darroll scored for Residents.

Blyth Isabella Colliery lost 1-0 to AE Phoenix with David Sturgeon scoring the only goal of the game.

Blyth Last Orders’ lean spell ended with a 6-1 home win against FC Beacon. On target for Last Orders was Martyn Hepple (2), Chris Watson, Ross Gilchrist, Adam Hughes and a 35-yard screamer from John Williams. Michael Lamb scored from the spot for Beacon.

Blyth United Services won 2-0 at home against Stakeford Cherry Tree with David Long scoring both goals.

Cramlington Green had a good 5-2 win at home against Blyth Waterloo with goals from Mark Herron (3), John Leonard and James Thompson. Barry Easton and Kieron Fitzpatrick scored for Waterloo.

Newsham Victory went down 3-1 at home against Ashington White House, with Michael Douglas scoring Victory’s solitary goal. On target for White House was Paul Corney, Ben Davison and Trevor Newman.