Bamburgh knock holders out of Bilclough Cup

Match report
Match report



N Sunderland 13

Alnmouth 1

A weakened Alnmouth team proved no match for their first division hosts during this cup tie.

Six goals down at half time, a Callum Tudor goal scored at the start of the second half was the only bright spot of their day as North Sunderland netted seven more times before the final whistle .

Ryan Thompson and Richard Stanwix both bagged hat-tricks, Robert Scott two, a penalty scored by keeper Mathew Dawson with further goals from Dale Carr , Sam Aldred, Kevin Elliott and Steven Keers made up the final total .

Bamburgh 3

Lowick United 0

Following a good, even game, it was the home club who progressed after making the most of the chances they created during the game .

Lowick, the cup holders, had a chance to take an early lead when they were awarded a penalty after two minutes, play they missed from the spot kick.

Bamburgh went ahead through a Johnny Johnson goal after 30 minutes and they held the lead till half time.

John Mowbray was introduced as a substitute for the second half and made his presence felt by adding a second goal for the home side and they made sure of the win with a third goal from Danny Johnson after 80 minutes.

Anthony Parkin in the Bamburgh goal made some good saves during the game when Lowick did threaten the home defence.


Amble St Cuthbert 3

Alnwick Town Res 0

Amble gained a vital win to move away from the foot of Division One . Joe Henderson gave them the lead after 30 mins and just before half time they were awarded a penalty which Reece Ramsay converted to double the advantage at half time . The second half was fairly even until the 88th min when Joe Henderson netted his second of the game to wrap up the points

Red Row Welfare 8

Belford 2

Red Row took the lead but a Ryan Lillico goal saw Belford equalise. Red Row then netted three more times to lead at half time. In the second half the home club continued to press and added four more before Ryan Lillico got his second of the game just before the final whistle .

This win extends Red Row.s lead to six points at the top of Division One . Goalscorers for Red Row were Darren Smith three , Max Anderson and Paul Smith two apiece plus a single strike from Ben Lilburn.