Burradon and New Fordley set for FA Sunday Cup match

Next Sunday, Burradon and New Fordley are flying the flag for the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League in the FA Sunday Cup.

Once again, they have been draw away to Liverpool Supplies with a 2 pm kick off. Good luck lads.

In round two, of the George Davison Cup North Shields The Tun were at home against First Division Blyth Isabella Colliery.

In a very competitive game, the Tun came out on top with a 5-2 win. Leading the scoring with a hattrick was star man Alan Baptist. Andrew Smith and Brian Hedley were also on target. Goals for the Isabella came from Todd Musgrave and James Arkless. Andrew Davison again was their star player.

Ashington Conchie also reached the next round when they defeated High Street 6-0. Sharing the goals were David Sturgeon, Gavin McMillan and Michael Freathy all with two each. Richard Hall was their star player. Reece Dobie gained the award for the Street.

Burradon and New Fordley had a comfortable win at home against Blyth South Beach. They had Lee Waugh in fine form has he scored four of their nine goals with out reply. Further goals came from an unlikely player in David Hiftle, two. Ian Lee also scored twice. Kieron Pyle added their other goal. Lee Waugh was star man for the Fordley side. Daniel Wardle gained the award for the Beach.

In the Premier Division, Forest Hall were at home against Ashington Excelsior. This was a very close game with both sides missing chances. However, it was a goal by Paul Errington from Forest Hall, which settled the game in their favour. Star players were Michael Jordan for the home side. Scott Neil gained the award for the Excelsior.

Ashington Grand also had a good win at home 4-1 against Blyth Comrades. Leading the scoring for the Grand was Damien Stevens with a hattrick. Rob Haldon scored the other goal. On target for the Comrades was Terry Self. Star players were Chad Miller for the Grand and Dean Wilson for the Comrades.

Broomhill North End Trap also won at home 5-1 against Wansbeck Pots and Slots. On target for the Trap were Steven Hogg and Craig Keen with two each. Josh Baston scored their other goal. Barry Gray scored the consolation goal for the visitors. Star players were Reece Wright for the Trap and Stephen Frater for Pots and Slots.

In Divison One, Guide Post and Cramlington Green played out a very entertaining 3-3 draw. Star man Peter Allaway led the scoring for the home side with two. Adam McTaggart scored their other goal. On target for the Green were Wayne Carr, Kieron Bishop and Jamie Summers. Star man was Scott Smith.

AE Phoenix Riverside was too good with the addition of some new players for the Beacon. They beat their visitors 6-2 with goals from Kevin Chapman and Gavin Armstrong, both with two. Karl Davison and Jordan Mulldoon scored the others. Liam Desmier was their star man. Goals for the Beacon came from Keith Smith and David Nicol.

Marden Residents made Ashington Northern fight all the way to gain the points in a seven-goal thriller. On target for the Residents were Chris Conway, Ira Tilley and Richard Thompson. Star man Was Marc hunter. Jason Riches led the scoring for the Northern with a hattrick. Craig Wate scored their other goal. Sar player was Sean Potts.

Blyth United Services lost 4-1 at home against Red Lion Bedlington.