Pier maintain peerless record

Morpeth Sunday League round-up

Division One

AMBLE Pier 81 maintained their 100 per cent record in Division One as they overcame their hosts Stakeford Half Moon 5-2.

Curtis Taylor and Adam Beacroft netted for the home side, but Pier 81 took the points with a strike from Ross Gair and a brace apiece from Shaun Taylor and Josh Hay.

Sean Palmer helped himself to a hat-trick to help Red Row Brick Club on the road to a 4-2 success at hosts Woodhorn Lane.

Darren Smith completed the Brick Club’s scoring, while Andy Spratt scored twice for Woodhorn Lane.

The other scheduled fixture in the division between Stobswood Welfare and Pegswood Ex-Services was postponed.

Division Two

ASHINGTON RAOB enjoyed a 5-1 win over current leaders Morpeth Chantry. Darren Reay (two), Gary Bailes, Stuart Douglas and Mark Miller were on target for the Buffs and Jack Palmer replied for Chantry.

Two sides, Blackthorn Rovers and East Chevington, managed double figures.

Blackthorn Rovers won 10-0 at home to a depleted Felton side, with goals from Dan Webb (three), Craig Appleby (two), Andrew Timson (two), John Sanderson, Mark Collins and Dan Poole.

East Chevington registered a 10-1 win at home to Morpeth Riverside Lodge.

Zack Blakey did the most damage with a fantastic seven-goal haul and further goals came from David Shepherd, Donny Shepherd and Peter Godfrey.

North End Trap took three points with a 4-2 win at Alnmouth Argyle.

It came courtesy of strikes from Jonny Spiers, Daniel Moyle, Rob Morton and Stuart Oman.

Liam Robinson and Regan Turnbull replied for Argyle.

Amble Dock Hotel won by the same score at River Coquet FC and Village Inn, Longframlington won 2-1 at Newbiggin Bank House to move level on points with Morpeth Chantry at the top.