Cup semi slot for the Arms

Morpeth sunday lge'Feltons Ishy Khatun(013,014) and Andrew Ritches(006,007) in action v East Chevington
Morpeth sunday lge'Feltons Ishy Khatun(013,014) and Andrew Ritches(006,007) in action v East Chevington

Morpeth Sunday League round-up

George Cave Cup, Quarter-Final

Morpeth sunday lge'Feltons Ishy Khatun(013,014) and Andrew Ritches(006,007) in action v East Chevington

Morpeth sunday lge'Feltons Ishy Khatun(013,014) and Andrew Ritches(006,007) in action v East Chevington

WITH the Amble Pier 81 against Stakeford Half Moon game cancelled, Bedlington Barrington Arms were the only team to progress in the Cave Cup.

Goals by Paul Dunn, Stephen Cowell and Chris Hay earned a good win at the expense of Woodhorn Lane, for whom Liam Dryden replied.

Division One

THE only Division One game saw Red Row Brick gain a comfortable 3-1 win against local rivals Stobswood Welfare.

Adam Shanks bagged a couple of goals and Joe Henderson also grabbed a goal, with Billy Wade getting Stobswood’s consolation.

Division Two

AMBLE Dock and Morpeth Chantry shared the spoils in a close match.

Carl Taylor got both Dock’s counters, but goals from brothers Mark and Robert Wilkinson levelled the score to gain Chantry a point.

In a game of two halves at Broomhill, North End Trap and Blackthorn Rovers also ended in stalemate.

Stuart Oman grabbed the goal for Trap and Dan Poole got the equaliser for Rovers.

Riverside Lodge ran up a 7-1 win over luckless Alnmouth Argyle, with half the team claiming a goal.

Liam Marshal hit two and Darren Percy, Connor Oliver, Liam Watson, Marc Chapman and David Tench all had their moments of ‘goal glory’.

Argyle’s lone counter came from club secretary Sean Henderson and this hard-working club man certainly deserved the fillip of getting his side’s only goal.

Felton FC ran up a 5-1 defeat of East Chevington, with goals from Tony Brown (two), Gareth McCann, Matt Fowler and Jon Snaith. Zac Blakey got Chev’s consolation.

NFA Sunday Cup

IN the NFA Sunday Cup, Stakeford Half Moon gave a good account of themselves, at Cullercoats Formica, going down narrowly 2-1, despite being reduced to 10 men.