Last minute penalty helps Burradon and New Fordley to win

GAME of the day in the Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League premier division was a seven-goal thriller between Blyth Comrades and Burradon and New Fordley.

A last minute penalty won it for Burradon.

Goals for Comrades came from James Curry, Antonie Ridley and Daniel Long, while Mark Waite (2) and Michael Chilton (2) were on target for the winners.

Ashington Mortimer won a close game when Martin Humble scored the only goal in their home win against Newbiggin.

Division one saw Blyth Masons lose 3-1 at home against Blyth High Street. Darren Bainbridge was on target for Masons. Goals for Street came from Adam Emmerson, Jason Smart and Anthony Goldie.

Blyth South Beach had Connor Andrews in fine form as he scored four in their 7-2 home win against New Delaval and Newsham. Mark Richardson (2) and Andrew Keenan scored their others. Jay Hamilton and Jason Quinn scored for Newsham.

Ashington White House went down at home 5-1 against Monkseaton Arms. Michael Freathy scored for the home side.

North Shields Royal Arms took a big step in clinching the division two title after beating nearest rivals Ashington Central 4-2 at home.

Jason Wilson scored two excellent goals for Central.

In another Ashington derby, Bubbles won 2-1 at home against Grand Street. Scoring for Bubbles was Kris Allington and Craig Penny. Stephen Armstrong was on target for Grand Street.

Bedlington Community eased past West Allotment 2-0 with goals from Carl Stobbart and Jamie Graham.

On Sunday the league will be holding their last finals day at Bedlington Terriers ground.

The JD Marnock final will take place at 10.30am between two Ashington White House and Bubbles United.

In the George Davison Cup at 2.30pm, Burradon and New Fordley bid for their third trophy this year, this time against Ashington Mortimer.