Burradon and New Fordley trounce North Shields Billy Mill in cup final

In the David Crichton Cup final, Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League’s Burradon and New Fordley completely outplayed North Shields Billy Mill 7-0.

They were 4-0 up at the break through goals from Ian Lee, Hutchinson, Michael Chilton and Steve Howes.

In the second half Scott Pocklington came off the bench to score the goal of the game with a right foot volley to make it five, and in the space of three minutes, Chilton scored the final two goals to complete his hat-trick.

Trophies were presented by George Crichton, David’s brother, who comes over from Spain every year to support the final.

On the Friday night, the junior final took place between under-13 sides Cramlington Juniors and Newcastle Juniors, with the Tynesiders winning 2-1.

In the George Davison Cup round one, Ashington Excelsior went goal crazy at home against High Street, winning 10 -3. Jamie Graham led the scoring with five, with further goals from Mark Mabon, Martin Kelly, Michael Robinson, Steven Gardner and Jonny Taylor. On target for Street were Jason Smart, James Ridley and Anthony Goldie.

New Delaval and Newsham went down at home in a whimper against Ashington Bubbles 4-0, with the goals coming from Kriss Allington (3) and Brent Aisbitt.

A round one game in the Alan Davison Cup saw Ashington Grand go through by the odd goal in five away to Red Lion Earsdon. Iain Irvin and Michael Hartley scored for Lion, but Michael Todd (2) and Kyle Oliver strikes won it.

In the premier division, Blyth Comrades had a comfortable 6-0 home against Forest Hall. Michael Meins led the scoring with four while Daniel Long added the other two.

Wansbeck Flavour Bar also won at home, beating Cramlington Phoenix 3-1 with goals from Michael Hogg (2) and Chris Hogg.Sean Glenndinning scored for Phoenix.

Division two, saw a cracker of a game between Ashington White House and Newsham Vic finishing 4-4. On target for White House were John Gall (2), Jack Travers and Craig Towert. Scoring for Vic were David Lillico (2), Steven Waterworth and Chris Coppen.

Blyth Last Orders went down 2-1 at home in a shock result against A E Phoenix. Nick Soulsby scored for the home side but goals from Kevin Chapman and an own goal won it.

Blyth South Beach won 2-1 at home against Blyth Waterloo with goals from Curtis Miller and Steven Mathewson. Kieron Fitzpatrick was on target for Waterloo

Blyth Sports and Social Club lost 4-3 at home to Newbiggin Bankhouse, who had Jordon Maxwell (3) and Ross Muter on target. Jason Hamilton (2) and Carl Gibbons scored for the home side.

Cramlington Green and FC Beacon shared the points in a 3-3 draw. Goals for Green came from Mark Herron, Wayne Carr and Jake McInnes. Replying for Beacon were Owen Hall, Dominic Gillespie and Michael Lamb.

Marden Residents beat Blyth Isabella 6-4. Leeroy Odd led the scoring for the home side with a hat-trick with Chris Darroll (2) and Mark Hunter added the others. Scoring for Isabella were Eoin Ridley (2), Wayne Grassie and Paul Huck.

Stakedford Cherry Tree went down 2-0 at home against Blyth United Service.