THE second round of the George Davison Cup saw Ashington Bubbles lose 5-0 at home against Blyth Comrades after Daniel Long scored four goals, Daniel Wilson adding the other.
Another Ashington side who went out was Ashington Grand – 6-2 at home against Milbourne Arms. Goals for Grand came from a Luke Bunting double. Milbourne’s goals came from Scott Brotherick (2), Michael Douglas (2), Tony Coxon and Scott Westaway.
Blyth Seahorse were no match for Cowpen Percy Arms going down 6-0. Former Seahorse player Paul Cotterill scored twice, but did not celebrate scoring. Other goals came from Steven Rylatt, Dan Hi Vuong, David Mason and Ross Temple.
High Street won 2-1 at home against Newsham Black Diamond. Goals for Street came from Chris Laidlaw and Jason Smart before Diamonds’ Joe Rose scored with the last kick.
Marden Residents went down 4-3 at home against North Shields Gunner.
New Hartley were beaten by division rivals Blagdon Arms 3-2. Zak Douglas and Nicky Eastlake scored for the Hartley side. Blagdon’s goals came from Michael Walton (2) and Mark Herron.
New Delaval and Newsham were no match for their visitors Newbiggin who scored 13. The Newsham side did score a consolation goal through Ian Locke. Rob Holden (6), Jay Riches (2), Mark Batty, Ashley Smyth, Greg Angus and Michael Coulson Jnr scored for Newbiggin.
North Shields Royal Arms just got through at home against Ashington Grand Street 2-1, who had Shaun Laing on target.
A much weakened Eagle lost 3-1 at home against West Allotment. Che Aisbit scored for Eagle.
Whitley Bay Seahorse and Ashington Rohan Kanhai will have to play their game again. The referee abandoned the game just after the hour mark after a player sustained a broken leg.
On Sunday Burradon and New Fordley are playing in the All England Sunday FA Cup against Hetton Lyons Cricket Club at Morpeth Town’s Craik Park ground with a 2pm start.
Divison one saw South Beach beat Monkseaton Arms 2-0 thanks to Joe Betts and Redmond Cockburn.
Division two saw Ashington Central had a good 7-2 win at home against Cramlington Phoenix. Goals for the Central came from Mark Taylor (3) with Richard Hall and Gary Wallace scoring two each. Scoring for the Phoenix was Chris Killen and Karl Cox.
Bedlington Community won 2-0 at home against Blyth Ridley Park.
John Henderson and Antony Harrison scored.