The MB Socca Leagues continued their six-a-side Thursday night football at the Hirst Welfare Centre in Ashington with an evening packed full of action and drama.
In division one, North Seaton Elephant went top after a 2-1 win over Sparta Hatbreath.
North Seaton took a two-goal lead before Sparta pulled one back with ten minutes to go to set up a nervy finish.
The game between FC Base against Multiple Scoregasms looked to be heading for a draw when, in the dying seconds and the game poised at 1-1, Base launched one final attack to grab a last-gasp winner to end the night in second, with Multiple left feeling dejected after appearing to do enough for a share of the spoils.
The other two results saw Real Ashington lose 3-0 to the Biggin before Newbiggin Blaze overcame Newsham 2-1.
Division two saw some fantastic team performances.
None more so than Station Boys, who turned on the style to outclass a shell-shocked Newbiggin Bad Boys 7-0.
A top of the table clash between leaders Station FC and second-placed Lofty’s Ashington All-Stars ended with Station running out comfortable 3-0 winners.
An impressive performance and a superb goal from their star player allowed the Black and Whites – who finished last season second bottom in the division – to put further distance between themselves and All-Stars.
The rest of the games ended with Brazilliant beating The Grand 3-0 and The Doggers edging out A-Town Rangers 1-0.
Teams can still register to play in the MB Socca Leagues as a third division could be introduced by the spring.
Any team registering will also be placed on the waiting list to join divions one or two.
Contact Graham on 07891 321753 or e-mail Chris at email@example.com
More information at www.mbsoccaleagues.co.uk