Eight-goal humiliation in the cup for East Chev

Blyth and Wansbeck League round-up

JD Marnock Cup, Round One

High Street were at home against East Chevington on Saturday and eased into the second round with an 8-1 win. Leading the scoring with hat-tricks were Anthony Goldie and Chris Laidlaw. Adam Emmerson and Alan Goldie (with a penalty) completed the scoring. Kieron Atkinson scored for the Chevington side.

In round two of the same competition, Division One side Blyth Last Orders hosted local rivals Blyth South Beach CC from the Premier Division and went through to round three with a 4-2 win. Goals for Last Orders came from Martyn Hepple (two), John Williams and Mathew Crooks. Kevin Long and Michael Haley scored for the Beach.

Guide Post just eased past Blyth United Services 3-2 in a game that could have gone either way with both sides missing chances. Goals for Guide Post came from Mathew Wilkinson (two) and Scott McBryde. James More scored both goals for the Services.

Marden Residents really pulled off a shock beating the Red Lion 5-1 away. James Todd scored for the Lion. Goals for the Residents came from Ross Seaman (two), Chris Ridgeway, Marc Hunter and Sean Nolan.

George Davison Cup

In the quarter-final, Burradon and New Fordley were at home against Ashington Grand.

Burradon had little trouble, beating the Grand 6-0 thanks to a Michael Chilton hat-trick, with Lee Waugh (two) and Connor Andrews completing the scoring.

Premier Division

Blyth Comrades won a very tight game at home against Ashington Bubbles. It took a goal from Comrades’ Daniel Wilson to secure the three points.

Forest Hall went down 3-1 at home against Broomhill North End Trap. Ross Chambers scored for the home side. Goals for the Trap came from John Charlton, Daniel Palmer and Steven Hogg.