A fine nine for Town reserves

DIVISION ONE

Alnwick Town Res...9

Tweedmouth Harrow...0

A STRONG Alnwick performance saw them inflict a heavy defeat on a young Harrow side.

They ran in five goals during the first half and finished the game off with a further four goals during the second half.

Stephen Hutchins netted four goals with further strikes by Andrew Tait, Neil MacFarlane, Michael Smith, James Swordy plus a John Mowbray own-goal, making up the final scoreline.

Rothbury...3

Longhoughton Rangers...2

ROTHURY gained a much needed win to keep them in touch with other clubs at the foot of the table.

John Angus and Matt Crane were on target for Rothbury during the first half with Mathew Sullivan replying for the visitors.

In the second half Angus grabbed his second of the game but a Rothbury og kept it tense until the final whistle.

Lynemouth Institute...6

Springhill...0

SPRINGHILL had no answer as Lynemouth produced a good performance to record a good win.

Gavin Keen had given them a 10th minute lead with Ross Muter extending the lead with a goal after 40 minutes.

In the second half, Muter got his second on 51 minutes, Kevin bell netted twice after 55 and 58 minutes with an 81st minute goal from Tony Messenger finishing the scoring.

Match sponsor: Anglers Utd, Lynemouth.

DIVISION TWO

Tweedmouth Rangers...3

Bamburgh Castle...3

THE home team led at half-time thanks to a hat-trick from Peter McAskill with two goals from Johnny Love, his second a header following a good run and cross from the full-back, keeping Bamburgh in touch at the interval.

In the second half, Dan Johnson equalised for Bamburgh after 55 minutes with neither team able to find a winning goal before the final whistle.

Belford...5 Hedgeley Rovers...1

IN a game reversed to Powburn Belford took the points to keep in touch with the top of the Division.

Neil Jefferson, Gareth Pearson and Ryan Thompson all netted for Belford in the first half and although Lee Head did mange to net for Hedgeley a second goal from Thompson and another by Chris Hay settled the result.

Berwick Utd Res...0 Wooler...2

IN a good competitive game between the divisions top two teams it was Wooler who came away with the points.

Michael Strangeways gave Wooler a fourth minute lead which they held until half-time

In the second half Berwick missed from the penalty spot before James Scott wrapped up the win with a goal after 80 minutes.

Shilbottle CW Reserves...1

Alnmouth United...3

IN blustery conditions Shilbottle were the stronger team during the first half and led by a Stephen Gibbard goal at half-time.

Alnmouth started well in the second half and equalised after 50 minutes through a Karl Taylor goal and five minutes later sub Stuart Oman got on the score sheet to put Alnmouth ahead, he then netted his second after 80 minutes to seal the win for Alnmouth.

Results

Division One

Shilbottle CW 0 Bedlington T Res 2; Alnwick Town Rs 9 Tweedmouth Harrow 0; Rothbury 3 Longhoughton Rg 2; Lynemouth Inst 6 Springhill 0.

Division Two

Craster Rovers 4 Longhoughton Rs 0; Tweedmouth Rgs 3 Bamburgh Castle 3; Belford 5 Hedgeley Rovers 1; Berwick Utd Res 0 Wooler 2; Shilbottle Rs 1 Alnmouth Utd 3.