Burradon into their second cup final of the season

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BURRADON and New Fordley reached their second final of the season after beating Newbiggin 3-1 in the George Davison Cup semi-final.

In a competitive game, Burradon had Michael Chilton in fine form as he scored twice with Graeme Cairns also on target. Scoring for Newbiggin was Michael Hogg.

In the rescheduled JD Marnock Cup, New Hartley lost 2-1 against New Delaval and Newsham despite a goal from Zak Douglas. Scoring both for Newsham was Ian Locke.

In the premier division, Blyth Comrades and Ashington Mortimer shared the points in a 1-1 draw. Daniel Carr scored for Comrades and Trevor New for Mortimer.

North Shields Gunner won the battle near the bottom when they won 2-0 at home against the Milbourne Arms with goals from Ross Meenaghan and Kevin Watler.

Division one saw Blyth Seahorse come from behind to take the points away to Ashington White House. Michael Freathy scored for White House. Goals for Seahorse came from Darren Carr and Martyn Hepple.

Cowpen Percy Arms have almost secured second place in the division after a 3-1 win at home against Whitley Lodge Kittiwake.

Goals for Percy came from Steven Rylatt, David Mason and Paul Joisce. Gavin Hattrick scored for Kittiwake.

Monkseaton Arms had to come from behind to take the points at home against Blyth Masons Arms.

Masons had a two-goal lead through Rob Herron and Nick Brannighan, but Monkseaton hit back, including six second half goals, to take the points with an 8-2 win. Goals from John Wyres (5), Marc Nicholson, Andrew Robinson and Marc Allen.

In division two, only two sides managed to gain maximum points.

Ashington Central won 4-2 away to AE Phoenix, who are improving despite waiting for their first points of the season. They scored through Luke Carr and Liam Hart. Goals from Central came from Richard Hall (3) and Jason Wilson.

West Allotment won 3-1 at home against Bay Horse Cramlington but could have scored more but for visiting keeper Aaron Barber. Scoring for Allotment were Karl O’Brien, Michael Hartley and Jed Findley. Michael Walton scored for Bay Horse.

Ashington Grand Street and Cramlington Phoenix played out a goalless draw.

Marden Residents and Bedlington Community shared the points in a 1-1 draw. Richard Thompson scored for Residents. Michael Robinson replied for Community.

North Shields Royal Arms and Ashington Bubbles also ended 1-1. Nicky Thompson scored for Royal, Stephen Dick for Bubbles.